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THOR - Magnetic anomalies?
A hypothesis for observed effects
LIVESTREAM, Friday 10 November 2023 at 23:00
Earlier this week, I went to take micro and macro videography of the original small and large Thunderstorm Generators (TSGs) of Malcolm Bendall. I was told of magnetic anomalies and capture materials for consideration as given below.
In addition, some unexpected features appeared during high illumination macro videography of the outer surface of the inner sphere which seems weirdly familiar, join the conversation as we explore how these anomalies may occur and what they might mean for the TSG.
Here is some of the material we will be referring to
On magnetic and coefficient of thermal expansion effects
SS304 is Ferritic with a stable BCC at room temperature, however, due to manganese, carbon and nitrogen content, it is ordinarily FCC and therefore not ferromagnetic. After physical deformation, it will shift to a stable, ferromagnetic BCC.
TSGs are annealed with Nitrogen, this will help return the metal to non-magnetic FCC. Mechanical stresses, such as thermal expansion variations of welds of different metal parts or even during welding, will revert this to BCC and stable ferromagnetic nature. This will allow magnetisation via vortical charge flow of the TSG during operation or afterwards by way of application of a strong permanent magnet. Convex and thin parts will present less field connection to permanent magnets and concave and thick parts will present a stronger attraction. They could be de-magnetised by raising the temperature over the alloys Curie point, between (650 °C – 750 °C).
An example of deformation assuming 316 and mild steels over 1m
316 stainless steel would grow over 8mm longer than mild steel over 1 meter when heated by approx. 427ºC / 800ºF. This may account for the deformation of the sphere and resultant conversion of FCC to BCC which presents as ferromagnetic.
NOTE on steels used in TSGs reviewed, Malcolm Bendall categorically says that all metals were supplied by reputable supplier as stainless steel and he tested them when received with a magnet to confirm that to be the case.
Signs of Electro-Nuclear Collapse?
Comparison of signatures of claimed ball-lightning (charge cluster) driven Electro-Nuclear Collapse published by Dr. Takaaki Matsumoto 30 years ago in Fusion Technology, with features on outside of inner sphere in large TSG.
Scientific American, October 2, 2006, “Why don't magnets work on some stainless steels?”
Matsumoto, T. (2000), “Steps to the Discovery of Electro-Nuclear Collapse” p.178
Klimov, A.I., (25 Nov 2021), “Experimental research on the physics of heterogeneous plasmoids - Dr. Anatoly Klimov (in Russian)”