Ok I have some time so continuing....
Ed mainly referred to the north and South magnets in his writings - they formed his 'magnetic current'. He said one by itself will not do much - you need to lots for them to be useful. I believe Ed used his flywheel and possibly metal pipes connected into the aquifer below coral castle and other means to collect and work with these magnets to help build his stuctures.
With vortex coils i believe they are another way to collect Ed's north and South magnets. The closer we can get the coil designs to how these magnets move in nature the more efficient the device will potentially become at collecting magnets (overunity).
Most torus designs ì have seen so far approximate the '12 circuit' design modified to be à single or double circuit to make winding easier. I have a couple of Daniel Nunez coils which i believe are 12 circuit appeoximations. The question in my mind is is there a torus design that we can make that is not an approximation and will this be better at collecting magnets and producing magnetic current?
I came across the following Phi Torus video which rings very true for me on potentially the best torus designs and proportionshttps://youtu.be/1KS5XvP_rGI
If this link doesn't work just search 'phi torus' on youtube
What surprised me was that the vortex math Rodin number grid was arrived at from the Fibonacci sequence!
If you watch the video you will see consecutive overlaid torus designs based on vortex math and sized to phi proportions. The 12 circuit design that most people are following is the second stage of this sequence but as I have said we are making approximations. I started looking at the third stage which has three circuits each looping through the center 4 times and i decided to try and make this torus as i belived the three circuits could be broken down to two windings (one for positive/ north and one for negative / south) with the third circuit being the gap space. I was able to 3D model the design however it became evident that the further out you go on the phi torus stages the smaller and more complicated the windings become so i thought this may not be the best approach. It was here where i asked myself what about the first stage of the phi torus??... this has three circuits each looping through 4 times on a very simple torus design and the windings would be quite thick and potentially give off more magnetic field when hooked up to the amplifier....so i decided to make it. I have modelled a torus and will upload an stl file soon (likely tomorrow - it is on my surface pro and I am writing this on my phone while family is asleep :P
I will attatch some photos now of where i am up to andleave this here for tonight and continue tomorrow
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Will post this text then see if i can attatch some photos
Cheers and good night