S.E.G and Ferrofluids

Wind energy, solar energy and free energy, the dawning  of a new epoch of energy. All of these technologies are amazing and usher in what should be a new energy manufacturing age. Did you also know of John Searl? The englishman whose experiment flew through the roof of his apartment?


Currently known as a S.E.G , the Searl Effect Generator creates a interesting effect as it creates electricity from magnetic fields!


Now, this effect is great until you reach higher velocities and the energy vortices becomes self perpetuating. Then the energy field becomes self sustaining and accelerates in the direction of the flow of the magnetic field.

Now we introduce ferrofluids. Ferrofluids were originally invented in 1963 by NASA’s Steve Papell as a liquid rocket fuel. in today’s world, they’re used in the industrial technologies.

This ferrofluid, being magnetic in nature is highly susceptible to electromagnetic fields. When the electromagnetic field strength is modulated an interesting effect occurs. Depending on the field modulation, modulates a change in viscosity. A paper written in 2008 Michael Murray entitled Emergent Viscous Phenomena in Ferrofluids  states that if the field is applied perpendicularly to the electromagnetic vortices, at greater strengths the value can go negative, becoming part of the rotational matter.

Think of the ramifications if ferrofluids were to be introduced to something like the Searl Effect Generator! The negation of friction in a highly electromagnetic, generating environment? You be the judge.



One thought on “S.E.G and Ferrofluids”

  1. I like the idea. However the only issue I can immediately see is the ever problematic mistress ‘Friction’. We have many ways to create massive amounts of raw energy but how to capture/contain it is rather difficult. I would love to see some form of ‘translation’ system tied in with this concept!

    ~Keep it magnetic, lads!



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