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Old 07-03-2012, 08:55 AM
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Default Floyd Sweet Replica

I was wondering if any one has been doing any research on the Floyd sweet device. Has anyone had any luck in causing a magnet to oscillate back and forth and Tom Bearden mentioned the device did. Also any ideas on how you would go about doing this.
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Old 07-03-2012, 05:46 PM
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Default Re: Floyd Sweet Replica

That I have been looking at for a very long time. There is no way I can find any such possibility; except for one.
Very funny you mentioned this now! I have been tobbing back on this specific subject for past few weeks.

Something in the line of Charles Flynn's Parallel Path Magnetic Technology (PPMT).

There might have been a coil around the magnets (i.e. Bi-filar additional wound wire embedded in the main coil wire) that actually pulsed in resonance with electrical pulses from the main coil. Such solenoid coil for a short time diverts the magnetic lines. I have been trying to work out a method of coil winding where once the coill is kick-started, part of the electrical pulse will be sort of delayed and used as magnetic solenoid pulse back.

How that could be done is theoretically only, I can still not figure how it was practically possible with magnet not in D formation. The Floyd system did not seem to have the Flynn kind of setup.
I am seeking new information, new ways, new experiments - in order to get new understanding and NEW RESULTS.
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