Abstract volume 10
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@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

ABSTRACT of this monograph no 10 from the series [1/5E] "Advanced magnetic devices", ISBN 978-1-877458-90-3.
This volume reviews the most significant theoretical research and experimental findings concerning magnetically propelled devices which utilise motion of counter-matter. The phenomenon utilized in the operation of these devices manifests itself through the action which is opposite to that of friction. As friction spontaneously consumes motion and produces heat, this new phenomenon spontaneously absorbs environmental heat and produces motion. Thus it seems to represent a reversal of friction. Because in its natural form this phenomenon is manifested during telekinetic motion, I have named it the "Telekinetic Effect". Research has shown that the Telekinetic Effect can be released in two different ways: (1) biologically through employing a natural capability of the human brain (such version of telekinesis induced by the human brain is frequently called "psychokinesis"), and (2) technologically, through an acceleration or deceleration of magnetic fields. When the Telekinetic Effect is released technologically, it allows for the building of magnetically propelled free energy devices (in this monograph called telekinetic power-stations) that spontaneously absorb environmental heat and produce useful motion. The use of these devices does not require any external energy supply. The monograph explains the design and principles of operation of all five basic categories of such telekinetic power-stations, i.e. motors, generators, aggregates, electrostatic machines, and batteries. Crude prototypes of all these devices are already operational.
In this volume the following main topics are addressed:
#1. An introduction of the Telekinetic Effect. This part refers to subsection H6.1 from volume 4 of this monograph, which explained that, except for friction, contemporary science has discovered a corresponding counter-phenomenon for almost every phenomenon. My discovery that there exists also an effect which represents a reversal of friction (i.e. the Telekinetic Effect) is discussed. Results of various experiments which confirm that the Telekinetic Effect in fact spontaneously absorbs environmental heat and produces motion are presented. The conclusion that the technological utilization of the Telekinetic Effect provides principles for the construction of free energy devices (telekinetic power-stations) is also stressed.
#2. Periodic Table postulating the future completion of telekinetic power-stations. My methodology that allows for the prediction of the future evolution of power producing devices is explained with two examples. This methodology utilizes the so-called "Periodic Tables" which are similar to the "Mendeléev's Periodic Table of the Elements" except that they are designed for technological devices instead of elements. Such a Table, which is prepared for power producing devices, shows that the power-stations utilizing the Telekinetic Effect will constitute the next generation of these devices built on Earth. The Table also points out the phenomena and principles of operation utilized in these power-stations of the future.
#3. The technological activation of the Telekinetic Effect. Principles of telekinetic motion are explained on the basis of a theory called the "Concept of Dipolar Gravity". Biological and technological methods of producing telekinetic motion are described. The action of the Telekinetic Effect produced technologically through the acceleration or deceleration of magnetic fields is described.
#4. Review of the main categories of telekinetic power-stations already in operation. The major features of operational prototypes that represent all main categories of these devices are reviewed. Literature sources and research contacts are provided.
#5. The utilization of the Telekinetic Effect for transportation purposes. The gradual evolution of a spaceship called the "Magnocraft" into a vehicle propelled by the Telekinetic Effect is discussed.
This volume (together with volume 4) is especially recommended to all researchers who experiment on free energy devices, and on advanced propelling devices.
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