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Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?

 
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Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
I am looking for something down to Earth (pun not intended:-), with no too much vector algebra, and integral calculus...something based on experiments

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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
It is amazing...the Internet is sizzling with the different Free Energy gizmos, yet there is hardly any (publicly available) info on their basic principles

wtf
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
...and don't tell me to look on Youtube on Wikipedia, because I already did
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Liquid crystal displays fundamentals and technology
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Jason Verbelli's reading list is very good. Any of them. Walter Russel is good too.

[link to www.scribd.com]

[link to www.walter-russell.com]
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
It is amazing...the Internet is sizzling with the different Free Energy gizmos, yet there is hardly any (publicly available) info on their basic principles

wtf
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I'm guessing that nobody REALLY understand magnetism. Maybe you can figure it out.
I think that a magnet is like a lense that focuses energy and does not have power in itself.
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Also this is a good site to search on:

[link to issuu.com]
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
[link to www.leedskalnin.com]
[link to www.leedskalnin.com]

Ed Leedskalnin and his writings on magnetism and beyond.

He's the guy that built Coral Castle all by himself down in Florida:

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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
I'd also watch this and understand cavitation, the pistol shrimp and friction heater, its cold fusion.

Along with centrifugal centripetal forces. Earth spins on overunity. But if you spin something you get a reactionary spin.


Jason Verbelli - Alchemy Event Conference 4/29/12 - The Geometry of Implosion Part 1 of 4


Cavitation - Sonoluminescence - Implosion Technology - Sacred Sciences Part 1

I'd actually watch the second series first, its a really good look into overunity, cold fusion/cavitation.

Also, click on see more under the video for his long list of reads.


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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Well, this probably isn't the exact area you meant, but if you want to read a riveting overview of the Earth's magnetic field and its relationship to the magnetic field of the Sun, the book Not by Fire but by Ice by Robert Felix is very exciting and original.

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The documentary Thrive touches on free energy, the movie website has links to all the experts and their research in the film. Great movie.
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Jason Verbelli's reading list is very good. Any of them. Walter Russel is good too.

[link to www.scribd.com]

[link to www.walter-russell.com]
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Thank you Sungaze! hf I will check it out.
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
I'm guessing that nobody REALLY understand magnetism. Maybe you can figure it out.
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lmao

I think that a magnet is like a lense that focuses energy and does not have power in itself.
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Interesting way to look at it.
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Wow! Lots of cool stuff! I knew, I have to come to GLP to find treasures!
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Ed Leedskalnin's book Magnetic Current is a fascinating if not enigmatic read.
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I haven't read it yet but I have my signed copy of Roy Master's Gravity Driven Universe, might be good
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Great question Emerald Glow

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I think if you want book that is beyond basic and you interested in Tesla free energy, sacred vibration geometry and maybe healing resonance then a good book is Spin Fluctuation Theory of Itinerant Electron Magnetism by Yoshinori Takahashi. He really try to look beyond what conventional science say about magnetism, he's very interested in conservation of spin amplitude as an explanation for magnetisation phenomenon.

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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
The Magnetic Effect by Walter Rawls and Albert Davis. I havent read it yet but I've been looking into it. Funny that your bringing it up now. Expensive book. Supposed to be one of the best out there on magnetism.
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Nikola Tesla and Edward Leedskalnin are two good people to search for research on magnetism.
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How to get the upper hand on people through cold reading by Douche Wimpy Chicken
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Not sure what you mean by the basics, but in addition to Tesla, researching Maxwell, Faraday and Gauss will lead to some interesting seminal material in the field.
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if you dont know algebra and functions in depth then this is not something you will understand
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if you dont know algebra and functions in depth then this is not something you will understand
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Bullshit
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
if you dont know algebra and functions in depth then this is not something you will understand
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Exactly. The theory of magnetic materials is all about strongly correlated systems and the mathematics gets horrific even at an intermediate level. I've taught a 4th year university course in strongly correlated systems (magnetic and superconducting materials). I could spend an entire hour on going through a trivial demonstration calculation and the physics majors were really struggling with the topic.

The theory of electromagnetic fields with surface and volume integrals and serious partial differential equations are easy by comparison.

You need to have a strong background in statistical physics, quantum electronic structure and mathematical physics to get beyond the basics. To really get something out of the theory, you also require competence to crunch numbers on a computer. Only the most trivial cases in magnetic materials have closed form solutions and you need to solve them numerically.
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Hey sir, I'd try Aetherforce.net


I haven't seen an article about alternative science or a more in depth look, but if anywhere would be the place, ither to get what you need, or point you in the right direction, it would be here.
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Re: Can you recommend a good book on Magnetism? Alternative science, and something beyond the basics?
Not sure what you mean by the basics, but in addition to Tesla, researching Maxwell, Faraday and Gauss will lead to some interesting seminal material in the field.
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That is what I meant by the Basics. The stuff that we 've learnt in school.
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