According to the links below, it is possible to extract energy from a spinning cylinder using a “twisted wave” (longitudinally spinning) beams of oscillating energy, e.g. laser, sound, provided you can satisfy the “challenging condition” the frequency of the twisted wave beam be lower than the rotation rate of the cylinder. It appears that what happens is the angular momentum of the cylinder is transferred to impinging outgoing twisted wave
According to Nassim, protons spin at lightspeed. I propose a device that will transfer some of the lightspeed spin of protons in a proton beam to a twisted wave infra-red laser.
Apparatus to Extract energy from Proton spin using negative energy
- Proton beam, spinning around its axis, 0.5mm in diameter.
- “Twisted Wave” Laser Beam, infrared,1mm wavelength, intersecting the proton beam at an angle.
( Both beams collimated and tuned to couple resonantly)
- A solar cell positioned to receive the laser beam reflected off the proton beam, connected to an electric load of some sort.
According to the experiment, the twisted wave laser beam should come off the proton beam with increased amplitude (power) that the photo cell can collect and convert to electric current for storage/use.
Without tuning the beams, the apparatus would only drain the energy that went into generating the twist in the twisted wave laser beam, I would think (and so perhaps the width of the beams is irrelevant). However if that beam were tuned to couple resonantly with the protons in the proton beam and/or vice versa, say by
(a) tuning the twisted wave beam to a lower harmonic (integer divisor) of the proton spin, one might be able to couple the twisted wave to the spin of the protons, allowing the energy of the protons to be bled off by the twisted wave; and/or
(b) tuning the proton beam like a laser so the protons are marching in lockstep AND have their axis of spin aligned longitudinally with the axis of the proton beam;
then the increased amplitude of the twisted wave infra-red laser beam could then be captured by a photoelectric cell and stored/used as desired.
At this point my brain begins to wobble dangerously. Alas I can’t let the idea alone. I’m hoping that someone with a better grasp might lend a steadying hand.
I welcome your feedback.