The goal is to duplicate the Manelas or Sweet magnet in order to run tests
on the replicant. Replication is marked by the creation of a liquid like
mobile magnetic bubble with a boundary that is easily movable located at
the center of the magnet. The assumption is that the preparation process is
common between these two types of magnets: barium or strontium. The
difference between these two systems is most likely in the nature of the
activation signal.  Fabricating this special magnetic configuration seems
to take a accumulation of experience so either barium or strontium magnets
will serve well for practicing proper techniques.

Replication process

Buy at least 1 ceramic magnet of the appropriate size and material

This magnet in all probability will be strontium.

Test to determine what type of magnet was delivered. If the surface of the
magnet does not conduct electricity (continuity tester) then the magnet is
barium, if the surface does conduct electricity then the magnet is

Prepare the magnet by pre-treating it with high voltage electrostatic

Place two conductive plates(copper) on each side of the billet. This will
form a capacitor out of the billet with the magnet as the dielectric.
Apply high voltage (20,000 volts or more) of electrostatic potential to the
billet. Capacitive breakdown of the dielectric billet should occur.
Increase the voltage until capacitive breakdown does occur.

Using a capacitor bank able to store voltages up over 1000 volts and 1000
joules of energy and a coil of wire wrapped around a plastic cylinder 8
inches in diameter

This video shows how to build the magnetic conditioner.

I would add a shelf upon which the magnet can sit that is located in the
middle of the coil where the magnetic field produced by the DC pulse is
The key idea is to partially demagnetize the billet. To do this,  the
magnetic field lines from the magnet must oppose magnetic field lines
produced by the sides of the billet.

The demagnetization process must be done in small steps where feedback
about the behavior of the magnetic bubble can be applied to arrive at a
goldilocks level of magnetization: not too much and not too little.  The
capacitor bank should start out energized with only 100 volts worth of

Then the magnetic bubble should be checked out after each demagnetization
operation to determine if a liquid and highly mobile magnetic bubble has
emerged in the center of the billet's sides.

This validation process could be automated through a mecanized scan of the
total surface area of the magnet aginst a bebchmark.

or it could entail rapid eyeballing of the magnetic field lines
using magnetic field viewing film

Through trial and error, a voltage step up delta increment value should be
determined to gradually demagnetize the billet.

After establishing this test bed,  then we can move on to imposing the
activation signel into the billet.


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