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Some Important Notes from alot of study 

 After Studying Searl Magnetic SEG 2 things seam very apparent and possible with Stand machines 

I call these Introvert (Stans Way)  and extrovert.( electrons from our side tube) 

The Stan Meyer Invert Method his stated method  of having a magnetic gas move through tube, 
could in fact be improved by have sensitive fer rite pickup inside the tube to make the voltage spikes, further enhancing stand magnetic stimulation of coils on outside of tube.  Some of this was thought of as Searl Using the Gathering and Damming of electron using ferit in his system.

 it could also extract elections from gas inside tube which is not necessary;y same as Stan methods
similar to a Magnetic Flow Meter which would increase sensitivity of a could pickup or magnetic movement of a pick up coil, ( as there seam to be some debate about the copper preventing the magnetic gas making flux in pick up coils coil.

It seams pulsing gas with LED Laser will cause lithium oxygen and h2 to cool and become magnetic. 

Also  of Large Turbine use pure h2 to cool the machines ,gas flows through and cool the steel 
some run the gas through the stators. 
it is total possible that h2 or Magnetic gas compose could impart more electrons into the stator by attracting electron from air.

And Such the Epg Stans Unit will get vert cold when gas flowing as a rate of speed through it 
it will in fact attract electron from air these could be harvested just like searl did. As the Ionising and air will flow to centre of egp.  

Further pulsing with laser  will increase the effect 

Scientists Create First Ever Magnetic Gas
By Stuart Fox September 18, 2009

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For decades, scientists have debated whether or not gasses could display the same magnetic properties
as solids.  Now, thanks to some MIT scientists, they know the answer is a freezing cold yes.

MIT researchers have observed magnetism in an atomic gas of lithium cooled down to 150 millionths 
of a degree above absolute zero. This experiment represents a point of unification between condensed 
matter research and the field of atomic science and lasers, and could influence areas such as data storage 
and medical diagnostics.
To get the lithium gas so cold, the researchers trained an infrared laser beam on the gaseous cloud. 
Laser cooling is the primary method physicists use to lower gas temperatures to near absolute zero. 
The laser essentially stun the atoms, slowing them down, and thus lowering the temperature.
After initially growing, the cloud began to shrink. That shrinkage, combined with the speed of 
expansion after the laser turned off, indicated that the lithium atoms had become magnetic.
"It's very important from an overall theoretical point of view because it gives us an understanding 
of magnetism at its smallest possible scale," Scott Pritchard, an MIT professor, and one of 
the experiment leaders, told us.
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    It may Be Possible to have this type of arrangement making arc with ferrite and at same time have ferite pickups be fluxed by gas at other points  Electro  is doing some thing very close to this

I Share this as we seam to be sitting on our hands in regards to EPG in USA LOL ..............https://youtu.be/FaqQhMzBLFU
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Put this one together it is interesting , that magnetic gas may may ring like plasmoids 
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stan had spiral inserts in egp tube

tesla had a very similar fueless generator

More importantly, these modifications on the Faraday design eliminated one of the biggest problems in any physical system - the reaction to every action. It is this reaction that works to cancel out whatever effort goes into causing the original action. In an electrical system if there are two turns of wire wound next to each other and a current is sent through the wire, the current passing through the first loop will set up a magnetic field that will work against the current passing through the second loop.

The spiral divisions in the disk cause the current to travel the full radius of the disk or, as in his alternative version of the generator, to make a full trip around the outside edge of the disk. Because the current is flowing in a large circle at the rim of the disk, the magnetic field created by the current not only does not work against the field magnet above the circular plate, as in conventional generators, but it actually reinforces the magnet. So as the disk cuts the magnetic lines to produce a current, the current coming off of the disk strengthens the magnet, allowing it to produce even more current.

Like conventional direct current generators, the unipolar dynamo also functions as a motor if current is put into the disk while under the magnet, and this seems to be the last element that could make the device self-sustaining, that is, capable of generating a current after being disconnected from an outside source of movement like falling water or steam.

Rotation is started by, say, a motor powered by line current. Both a generator and a motor disk are mounted in the magnetic enclosure. As the disks gain speed, current is produced which, in turn, reinforces the magnets, which cause more current to be generated. That current is, likely, first directed to the motor disk which increases the speed of the system. At a certain point the speed of the two disks is great enough that the magnetic field created by the current has the strength to keep the dynamo/motor going by itself.
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