The idea of a 'magnetic vortex' has some merit. Do you recall the
'Philadelphia Experiment'? This is where the American Military, in 1942,
attempted to cause a battleship to 'dissappear', using several huge
electromagnets, and spinning radio (A. M. ) waves. While there were no
claims of free energy, there were some interesting anomolies reported.
(exact info is scarce). I suggest you look into this. I believe some good
'survivor' interviews are at the COAST TO COAST web site. Also, (I think)
you might put the vortex machine within a much bigger magnetic field, to
give it an 'atmosphere' in which to operate. A tornado does not exist on its
own, but exists in an 'atmosphere', that has much influence over it. Cool
site, too. Like that first pic. Mitch
----- Original Message -----
From: "rown" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Interact" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 11:50 PM
Subject: [Keelynet] rowncube
Gidday all. here is my site I just got up, go to the rowncube magnetic
transformer that's what I've been thinking on for some year's, not
finished yet but it as simple as, so might work, the site is not finished
but at last it's working and I can show some picture's
AL R Rowntree
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