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Joseph Newman's Statement to the Colleges & Universities of the United States.
Subject: JOSEPH NEWMAN'S STATEMENT TO COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
JOSEPH NEWMAN'S STATEMENT TO COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
THE ENERGY MACHINE OF JOSEPH NEWMAN
NEWMAN ENERGY PRODUCTS
Route 1, Box 52, Lucedale, Mississippi 39452
TO THE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES OF THE UNITED STATES
The great 19th century innovator of electromagnetism, Michael Faraday, gave
personal praise to Professor Thompson of Glasgow as being almost the only
one who understood him, when Michael Faraday wrote:
"How few understand the PHYSICAL lines of force! They will not see them,
yet all the researches on the subject tend to confirm the views I put forth
many years since. Thompson of Glasgow seems almost the only one who
acknowledges them. He is perhaps the nearest to understanding what I
meant. I am content to wait convinced as I am of the truth of my views."
Michael Faraday recognized that the lines of force of a magnetic field are
real, kinetic, physical, and mechanical in nature. This has been ignored
in the past 150 years.
Now, ironically and appropriately, history repeats itself in this century.
The following is quoted from Professor Yun Li of E&EE of Glasgow following
information sent to him about my work:
"Thank you for sending me such an interesting article (SPECIAL REPORT). I
have forwarded the following information to some 100 colleagues. You may
get queries from them. If you send further details regarding the motor,
I'd be very interested in receiving them."
The following letter was sent to approximately 100 colleagues of Professor
Li in response to the article about my work:
"What an interesting article to read! The following mentioned two Glasgow
Alumni. One is "Thompson of Glasgow", i.e., William Thompson (Lord Kelvin,
1824-1907, who entered Glasgow University at age of 10). The other is
James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879).
"The article described that an electric motor provides an energy as high as
the nuclear energy. Do you believe it? You may not believe, probably
correctly, that Maxwell's conclusion that electricity, magnetism and light
were part of the same phenomenon is true for static (not steady-state)
magnetism. Have magnetic mono-poles been found? We know that permanent
magnet comes from the aligned gyroscopic self-spin of iron atoms. Owing to
the absence of monopoles, the PM can magnetize (almost without losing its
own energy) many steel iron pieces (since the flux can always close its
loop on its own without the help of further external energy). On contrast,
electricity cannot do static charges like this. So I believe in this
article, for the energy the motor generates perhaps comes from the coil or
PM losing a couple of their spinning atoms.
"The underlying engineering point that this article tries to make is that
atoms of a copper wire are aligned by the input voltage and thus the
voltage, not the current, should be the driving force of a motor. Thus
the motor needs zero current at steady-state. I remember in Wen Soong's
PhD thesis, he also mentioned that in an optimal operation the back e.m.f.
would be as high as the input voltage at steady-state, which means zero
current and power consumption.
Dr. Yun Li"
A return letter was sent to Professor Li, thanking him for his sincere
efforts on behalf of this important technology. Professor Li responded:
"You are welcome. That was at least what I as an academic engineer should
and could do, as I believe new inventions should not be dismissed before
people understand them.
Professor Yun Li, Glasgow"
To date, no college or university in the United States has had the
intellectual honesty to act as Professor Yun Li concerning my life's work
for humanity. Both Michael Faraday and James Clerk Maxwell would frown at
such intellectual dishonesty.
FACT: I now have constructed a prototype of my new energy Motor/Generator
such that with a load of a 42-inch fan blade, would cause the voltage
within a battery pack consisting of 6-volt dry cell batteries to increase.
This has been verified by oscilloscope readings measured properly across
the battery pack.
FACT: All conventional teachings state that the battery voltage should
decrease with such a load being placed on a conventional motor.
In light of the courage and scholarly honesty of Professor Li of Glasgow, I
thank Professor Yun Li for his overseas support.
Joseph Westley Newman
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