rcm.amazon.com or: rcm.amazon.com used magnets :Ball magnets. Magnet used in other experiments: rcm.amazon.com used Cylinder magnet with hole in the center with radial polarisation for the other experiment. other good magnets: Cylinder rod magnets rcm.amazon.com Strong magnets rcm.amazon.com rcm.amazon.com rcm.amazon.com Cube magnets rcm.amazon.com Video copied with permission from youtube user: www.youtube.com Circuit diagram at: s1143.photobucket.com He writes: This is a spinoff from my previous video SPLISH SPLASH . Now I am spinning a 1/2 inch sphere magnet inside a plastic test tube. The magnet is much smaller than the 1.5 inch magnet I used previously and my light is a lot brighter now. Just my inserting the spinning magnet inside the tube into the core of the coil the lamp will stay lit all the time. I just decided to run a input output DC power test using a clamp type DC amp meter so I would not make direct connections into the circuit. Here is what I found: WITH THE LAMP LIT AND POWERED BY THE CIRCUIT. iNPUT DC voltage 12 volts. Current measured with the clamp meter was.08 amps. OUTPUT DC voltage measured across the lit lamp was 27.52 volts Current measured with the clamp meter was.10 amps .96 watts INPUT and 2.752 watts OUTPUT measured across a 5 watt lit lamp ????????????? Thats the case but in time my battery supply voltage goes down as explained below. The above figures show overunity?? Who is sharp and has an answer for this?? So what we have here is a 5

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