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By James Clerk Maxwell

An unabridged, unaltered version in seven components, to incorporate: Introductory - On Electromagnetic Induction - basic Equations of the Electromagnetic box - Mechanical activities within the box - concept of Condensers - Electromagnetic concept of sunshine - Calculation of the Coefficients of Electromagnetic Induction

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For example, sparks produced by Tesla Coil seem to jump in uncontrollable directions and resist being put into any order. On the other hand, sparks from high voltage AC generators seem to keep open their ionic channels long after they diminish, so that the voltage can not build up on the electrodes. 2. Stages, goals, and ways of their achieving in the experimental building of the Oscillatory Chamber Because no research on this device has been done before, the major difficulty with the completion of the Oscillatory Chamber is that almost all of its details need to be discovered and worked out.

Dunedin - New Zealand, 1989, ISBN 0-9597698-6-2, a private edition by the author (500 pages). It contains an augmented and updated version of the descriptions from monograph [3F]. ". Dunedin, New Zealand, 1989, ISBN 0-9597698-7-0, a private edition by the author (52 pages). It presents the author's findings about a crater formed when Magnocraft-like vehicles exploded near Tapanui (see subsection M3). [6F] "The magnetic extraction of energy from the environment". Dunedin, New Zealand, 1990, ISBN 0-9597946-1-1, a private edition by the author.

A diagram of his generator can be supplied on request. The voltage of his impulses was about 300 kV. The current was fed in fast pulses whose frequency tries to match the resonance frequency of the chamber. It should be stressed at this point that the power supply to the chamber constitutes the most difficult and expensive part of the experimental station's set up. So far only Mr Zudzin has found enough dedication and persistence to continue his experimental work past this significant obstacle.

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