I didn’t know about that one.  It looks like a much more complex version of the 
‘magnetic battery’ of Bertil Werjefelt.

I tried making a copy of his patent but found it to be impractical since 
repulsion and attraction manifest differently and getting them to balance out 
is very difficult.  Attraction is narrow, repulsion is broad.  And magnets set 
in repulsion repeatedly may wear out.

I’d like to try to reproduce the Linevich device.

From: JonesBeene [mailto:jone...@pacbell.net]
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2017 12:57 PM
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From: Chris Zell<mailto:chrisz...@wetmtv.com>

  *   ….and what do we see? Things such as Bedini, Schauberger (liquid and 
air), Rotoverters,  flywheels with deliberately slipping belts, Linevich, 
claims by Kanarev and a large proportion of the ‘tin foil hat’ devices reported 
on Rex Research.  The Wallace inventions (‘kinemassic effect’) claimed a direct 
link with half integer spin materials.   Could something have been overlooked 

These devices will always be “tin hat” unless or until… against all odds, they 
become the “next big thing.” They never seem to die a natural death.

BTW - you did not mention my favorite for the tin hat category – the Miller 
Colson device.


The rumor mill has this one already in full mass production…

… meaning of course that they are probably sharing the same robotic assembly 
line which is cranking out Rossi’s vaporware.

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