viscosity

Steorn's Magnetic Viscosity, Rutherford, Barkhausen and taking advantage of the propagation of domain flipping.

06.may.2007 08.29pm
Terry Blanton on vortex-list wrote:
Rutherford, Berkhausen & Steorn.
No, not the latest law firm; nor, a new wave band. However it *is* helping me to understand what these Irish laddies are talking about.
Rutherford essentially defined magnetic viscosity in his second paper. Barkhausen fairly explained the cause and showed how domain flipping
causes magnetic noise. The propagation of domain flipping is the
cause of MV. Steorn has now found a way to take an advantage of the
propagation of domain flipping.

Water - compilation

gday. this is going to be a really barebones blogpost.

i've been reading Nikola Tesla (the boundary-layer bladeless turbine) and Viktor Schauberger, and would like to draw attention to a few forthcoming quotes (i have them at home - will add tomorrow - finally added ;)).

however, when going online and trying to find info, this is the kind of stuff im looking for
1) Water, is at its densest, and heaviest, at +4C. this can be verified from WikiPedia - both statements.

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