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  1. D.M.Paul

    D.M.Paul Junior Member

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    Hello my name is Donnie,

    I'm academic lecturer at a UK university, teach advance physics specialising in Superconductivity and Magnetism. At the moment I'm involved in my spare time, setting up a proof of concept experiment regarding temporal manipulation.
     
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  3. Einstein

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    Would you care to share the details of the experiment?
     


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    Sounds great, welcome to the forum! :)
     


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    It's no big secret that we've been working at producing the meissner effect with substances that don't require extreme cooling. One such substance although still requires cooling. Produces no detectable magnetic field when a electric current is passed through it. The reason for this is the field is converted into another field that processes temporal distortion properties that we've been able to exploit. The proof of concept experiment will consist sending a small item backwards in time by 20 minutes.
     
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    TimeFlipper Senior Member Premium

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    Perhaps you could tell us all what the "substance" is that you pass an electric current through??..
    After all, physics tell us that that a flowing electric current will always create a magnetic field around it...Could you be using a newly discovered type of Bismuth for the "substance", as that is a diamagnetic metal, albeit a very poor conductor of electricity.??..

    Your discovery on its own of the non magnetic field around the electric current would be breaking news around the world of physics, so maybe you can give us some idea of why you assume the magnetic field is transformed into a temporal distortion?? :)..
     
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    @D.M.Paul - Welcome to Paranormalis! And good luck with transporting your item back in time! Just keep in mind, though, that given what we have now, you will likely create another timeline if you do that.
     
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    Welcome. We will definitely be asking you a lot of questions!
     
  9. Einstein

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    He mentioned the Meissner effect.

    Meissner effect - Wikipedia

    I've had similar thoughts myself that the superconducting state of matter could just be a time reversed magnetic field. So an electron moving through a superconductor would no longer obey the left hand rule. The right hand rule would apply.
     
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    All superconductors are diamagnets, stand one in a magnetic field and you'll make electric currents flow through it surface. These current create a magnetic field that exactly cancels out the magnetic field that's trying to penetrate the superconductor. What we've got is a superconductor that's very good at it, unlike other semiconductors it cannot be over powered by a magnetic field and any electric current passing through it doesn't produce any noticeable magnetic field. That doesn't mean that there isn't a magnetic field present, it simply means that it's not detectable. We believe that something unique, is happening and it distorting time.
     
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    D.M.Paul

    You might like this video I made where I demonstrate a copper coil behaving like a diamagnet or a paramagnet depending on the direction of motion of a strong magnetic field.