Terms and definitions


  A PERMANENT MAGNET - is a body – alloy with a lattice, in which cells have skipping ropes containing “hedgehogs” with rotating free needles, serving as destroyers of neutrinos’ energy carriers in the shape of needles, threads, and ropes of the pumping magnetic flux on free neutrinos with energy giving off, sustaining that process in their closed circular flows.

  Let’s look at Fig. 16, where the main element of the magnet lattice is depicted.

  It is seen from Fig. 16, that a magnet – body establishes conditions for existing the stable circular magnetic field. Artificial forming the circular magnetic flux occurs by the following:

1. A body of the future magnet is placed in the artificial magnetic field, in which neutrinos ropes move from the North pole to the South.

2. Having come under collisions of the needles of the first, and then of the subsequent “hedgehogs” – isotopes “liquid”, the ropes are chopped into small pieces. After the chopping, the small piece of the rope comes against small magnets of the lattice needles, and two processes take place there: a small piece of the rope either breaks down after colliding, or turns into an electrostatic charge (magnet without body) with closed circular threads from the longitudinally decayed small piece of the rope (small magnets of the subsequent rotating needles made the threads turn).

3. The electrostatic charges are small pumps, which, because of the neutrinos’ interaction, suck free neutrinos on the South pole, compact them till forming the needles, threads, and ropes, and they move with a jerk to the next rotating needles, where they transform into electrostatic charges. External lateral sliding material of the electrostatic charges twists and drives free neutrinos in a helix from the North pole to the South, i.e., because of the charges, in the magnet body there are two opposite fluxes: from the South to the North – a flux of energy carriers in the shape of ropes, and from the North to the South – an helical flux in the shape of the free neutrinos’ pipes.

4. The above-described picture is not constant. The ropes of the artificial magnetic field, or then the circular ropes of the permanent magnet continuously push electrostatic charges on the South pole to the North. At that, rotating needles either splinter electrostatic charges, or chop their North pole away, and they, in the shape of ropes, move forward with jerks, where they again become electrostatic charges.

  Those processes, with realignments in the magnet, take place continuously. Where does that get?

  Dividing the above-mentioned two opposite flows, rarefaction is formed on the South pole in the helical pipes, the ropes comes out of the North pole, and as a result we have an “engine”, which, at breakdowns, gives energy off, and then does work on its conservation, and it can do work with efficiency exceeding 1 by hundreds, thousands folds (we fix that in the shape of magnetic permeability).

5. Because of the pressure between the ropes of the free neutrinos from the last decayed electrostatic charges, circular magnetic lines of force turn around to the South on exit from the body on the North pole

6. After full filling body lattice of the maximal neutrinos’ density, artificial magnet is taken away (the permanent magnet saturation has occurred).

  As we have already seen electrostatic charge are produced by chopping neutrinos’ ropes, which are carriers of magnetism and electric current. Charge sizes are defined by cell size. Charges can be chopped by any lattice of any substance, if those lattices are moved across the magnetic flux of the permanent magnet or any other magnetic field.