Yes to all your questions IMHO

Bob Cook

From: JonesBeene<>
Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 10:05 AM
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Subject: [Vo]:Magnetic Spin Vortex

Quantum spin (nanometer level and below) is always in motion, and the anomaly 
would be lack of motion - yet at the micro-level self-generated spin as angular 
momentum would imply “perpetual motion” if it were a reproducible and 
“harvestable” phenomenon. Is there a middle ground?

There are a number of YT videos that show experimental proof of the existence 
of a magnetic vortex, which is a kind of dynamic spin. The problem is that 
mainstream physics is unaware that there is such a phenomenon. It is not taught 
at University and often considered as being as “fringe” such as an “aether” is 
a fringe notion. In fact there are cross-connections. Part of the problem is 
semantics, in that everyone agrees that an electric field superimposed on a 
magnetic field will dynamically rotate, but usually an electric field requires 
its own input power so there is no free lunch.

The real issue becomes this: can a static magnetic field from a PM generate its 
own inherent electric field (no input) or another kind of field which has EM 
characteristics? Since that will imply that an aether of some kind is present 
it gets to be the fringe of the fringe. Of particular relevance is the 
epo-field defined aether of Hotson.

We can see spontaneous magnetic vortex rotation in many videos (not faked) and 
the direction of rotation changes when magnetic polarity is reversed. The 
rotation is either left handed or right handed. You can see the salient points 
in the debate about a magnetic spin vortex by watching this video or others 
similar - and then reading the comments. As with most arguments involving 
semantics – both sides are partially correct.

At about 2:10 and 3:10 in this video… which is probably the most important of 
the lot wrt the Magnetic Spin Vortex…

…wjich is indisputable proof (not that anyone doubts it) that plasma ions in a 
magnetic field will spontaneously rotate at extreme rpm.

The only question then becomes – does the aether exist in another way or 
definition that resembles a plasma in 3-Space? And if so, can any significant 
level of “free energy” be extracted, even if low?

IOW – and stated in reverse - when the magnetic field does not appear to 
self-rotate, is that because there is no aether or because another associated 
force overpower the weak magnetic spin vortex effect so as to inhibit rotation?

This evolves into an explanation which can explain the so-called Faraday 
paradox in a slightly different way, and it relies on an aether similar to 

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