Bloch Wall and the Electrostatic

"A Bloch wall is a narrow transition region at the boundary between magnetic domains, over which the magnetisation changes from its value in one domain to that in the next. The magnetisation rotates through the plane of the wall unlike the Néel wall where the magnetisation rotates in the plane of the wall." from

Neel wall: "(solid-state physics) The boundary between two magnetic domains in a thin film in which the magnetization vector remains parallel to the faces of the film in passing through the wall. " from

Bloch Wall:
"(solid-state physics) A transition layer, with a finite thickness of a few hundred lattice constants, between adjacent ferromagnetic domains. Also known as domain wall." from
Bloch Wall via NanoMagnetics

article written by Jeane Manning on John Bedini's device:
Today's instruments all measure electron flow, he said, but no meters are available to measure what is involved in his models. What, then, is Bedini dealing with? It's electrostatic in nature, he replies, and must be converted into standard electricity. The rhythmic pop, pop, pop sound of a Bedini device comes from a blue spark which he describes as an ultra-violet type of arc–-similar to radio-frequencies but not RF. It can be accumulated and discharged in pulses which then can be converted into electrons.

"I don't wanna mislead anybody, the circuits are nothing special - they're very simple, there's no closed loops, there's no closed motor loop, there's no magnetic gaps to adjust, there's nothing.
There's basically, there's one little circuit that fires itself through a magneto-action, and you capture that electrostatic moment, you transform that and you send it to the secondary battery. So, you've got two ways to do this, you can build it up in a capacitor - catch it, discharge it into the battery, you wanna repeat this process over and over and over, but what you really wanna do it is, you wanna go as fast as you can, without a capacitor, so the simple fact is, you wanna put a lot of this radiant energy to the source, and then you want that battery, which was the secondary source, to translate that for real usable energy which runs your lights, runs your motors, runs your inverter, you know, allows you to use the tools we have today."
(Bedini in EFTV2