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SLIDE 32.

IN A , A CHARGED PARTICLE MOVES ITSELF


>0 IMPLIES A MOVING RIVER, AND THE
CHARGED PARTICLE IS "HOOKED TO" THE RIVER

            We show clearly on this slide that a spinning charged particle, when it hooks to a spin-hole in a del-phi river, MOVES ITSELF. 
            Note that a del-phi implies a "pressure difference" in phi-flux between two points.  Therefore there is a moving river -- a gradient -- of phi-dot, moving from the higher pressure to the lower. 
            If a charged particle is attached to this moving river, it flows along with the river.  It is just like putting a boat into a moving stream of water.  If the boat "latches" to the moving water, it moves with the river. 
            Electron spin and spin vortexes in the del-phi mesh, to accomplish the "hooking" or "latching."
            Once hooked into a moving river, the electron moves itself.  One does not have to furnish work to move it. 
            If the river is accelerating, the electron will accelerate itself. 
            By cleverly gating such rivers into and onto sources of free electrons, one can directly produce free energy. 
            The extra energy comes from converting anenergy (massless charge, vacuum flux) to energy of a moving mass. 

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