Observe natural flow processes. You will often see a certain shape called a vortex.
It appears most dramatically in many galaxies. You also see it in hurricanes, tornados, and
whirlpools. Any vortex has two main characteristics: spiral flow and a neutral center. Any
other definition of a vortex is technically incorrect.
In the early 20th century, a German forester named Viktor Schauberger made many observations of fish swimming upstream. He noticed that the fish would sometimes move upstream with no effort at all in areas where there were old, smooth rocks in certain patterns. Eventually he realized that these patterns were creating some sort of anti-gravity effect. He applied these observations to engineering and built a log flume that would move logs uphill. From this he proposed the development of water treatment devices and motors using these principles of Vortexian Mechanics.
World War II both facilitated and prevented further engineering. He was forced to work for the Nazi government while his family was held hostage. He was unwilling to create anything that would further the interests of the Nazis. After the war, he was, like most Germans, too impoverished to make much progress. After his death which was associated with suppression by some Americans who were possibly CIA agents, his sons and others carried on research. They were understandably unwilliing to share any knowledge with anyone outside Germany. Therefore, a number of devices were developed which have only been seen in Europe.
Walter Baumgartner has been working hard for many years on demonstration projects and inventions in
this field. As of this writing, he has been building a new vortex motor. If he can obtain adequate
funding it will soon be possible for this motor to become available to the public.
One possible approach to creating "free energy" has involved forces apparently acting in some kind of vortexian fashion, but with no real terminology associated. Joe Cells and Moe-Joe Cells seem to be operating this way, when they operate.
Moe-Joe Cell Assembly by Moshe Daniel at 2008 ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference
Another fascinating new technique is to make electricity flow in small amounts in a vortex. This is the approach taken by mathematician Marko Rodin, who has developed an easy way to wind fine electric wire around a donut -- in this case, a child's toy. Remarkable energy phenomena have been seen in experiments so far.
Rodin Coil in test bed at 2009 ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference
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