The following material is presented as a possible explanation.
John Searl and David Hamel
John Searl and David Hamel use permanent magnets that have been encased by
a metal jacket or similar metallic enclosure.
Through very different and unique techniques, both technologies
create time varying magnetic fields by either an arrangement of magnetic
attraction or repulsion. Eddy currents will form in metals that are
near or surround the magnets in such a setup and this can cause
electrostatic charges to form. Electrostatic
capacitive effects can occur between moving and non-moving parts (metallic
and non-metallic). Both technologies then move these static charges in unique ways:
The Levity Disc uses a nested arrangement of concentric rings (plates) and runners (encased magnets) to create very high electrostatic potentials with self-rotation being achieved at a certain threshold.
Hamel's UFO motor uses a flow of air that moves
between and around specially designed "turbine capacitor
plates" that will charge up in a similar manner as Searl's device.
This flow of air will eventually become a circulating plasma. During a
recent telephone conversation with Mr. Hamel, Mr. Hamel admitted that the
aluminum tubes used, with the permanent magnets inside, is what
creates different electrostatic potentials on the two oscillating UFO
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