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Subject: Re: Magnetic protection of the inner grid
Date: Apr 13, 3:01 pm
Poster: Bill Robinson
On Apr 13, 3:01 pm, Bill Robinson wrote:
Indeed there is an article in the current issue of "Infinite Energy" about R.W. Bussard's patented efforts using EXL geometry (electrons moving to an anodic central grid) to do just this. However I am just now searching for details on the existing work/theory. Looks promising but need to see quantitative estimates to see if it's feasable.
>So, how hard is it to magneticly protect the
>I would think that if we pass a high current through the grid and insulate each loop from one another we could cause a magentic field to form and protect the inner grid.