Rotating Magnetic Field

Sometime during the year of 1882 Nikola Tesla had his epiphany about the rotating magnetic field in a park in Budapest while accompanied with his friend Anthony Szigeti. [Carlson, Tesla Inventor of the Electrical Age; see Chronology]

"When I made the discovery of the rotating magnetic field I was a very young man. The revelation came after years of concentrated thought and it was my first great thrill.
"It was not only a valuable discovery, capable of extensive practical applications. It was a revelation of new forces and new phenomena unknown to science before.
"No, I would not give my rotating field discovery for a thousand inventions, however valuable, designed merely as mechanical contraptions to deceive the eye and the ear. A thousand years hence, the telephone and the motion picture camera may be obsolete, but the principle of the rotating magnetic field will remain a vital, living thing for all time to come." [Nikola Tesla]

Late summer of 1887 Nikola Tesla demonstrates his Rotating Magnetic Field using Alternating Current, late summer. [Carlson, Tesla Inventor of the Electrical Age, pages 84-85]

It may be this rotating magnetic field is what Walter Russell attempted to harness in his Optic Dynamo Generator.

See Also

compass needle
Etheric Rotation
Optic Dynamo-Generator - Pages 1-5
Optic Dynamo-Generator - Pages 41-46
Optic Dynamo-Generator - Pages 47-50
Original Opti Dynamo-Generator Document
Part 13 - Rotation from Vibration and Oscillation
Polar Interchange - Bibliography
Polar Interchange - Device Design
Polar Interchange - Part I
Polar Interchange - Part I - See Also
Polar Interchange - Part II
Polar Interchange - Part III
Polar Interchange - Part IV
Polar Interchange - Table of Contents
Rotation and Revolution are Reciprocals
Russells Optic Dynamo-Generator
4.2 - Triple Vectors and Rotation
4.2.5 - Rotation of Compass Needle
19.04 - Rotation from Vibration

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