CONSERVATION OF INDUCTION
Conservation of electromagnetic flux changes.
To all whom it may concern be it known that I, Gaby de Wilde, artist, subject of the Dutch Queen, of Dutch nationality, a citizen of the independent monarchy of the Netherlands governed by members of the House of Orange Nassau, residence of Enkhuizen, in the Province of North-Holland the Kingdom of the Netherlands, have invented a new and improved perspective on the self opposing inductive fields in the most general sense thereof I hereby declare ofwhich the following specification to be a full, clear, exact and accurate description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to use the same.
INDUCTION, FUXCHANGES, EDDY CURRENTS, BACK EMF
Moving one magnet towards another generates energy. We can do this as often as we want. The only drawback is that it looks like we also have to supply energy to remove said magnet therefrom in order to accomplish such. Let us take this assumption for fact for a moment.
Let us take a coil, spending current to attract the magnet. The current goes in the coil and the coil creates a magnetic field.
Much like we removed one permanent magnet from the other we shall remove the permanent magnet from the coil where after we observe an equal and opposed induction as a result there of. One may argue it takes work to remove this magnet. While in fact the coil generates electricity as~if a dynamo within proportion therewith by removing the magnet therefrom. It evidently is a conversion process, rather then focus on that what it costs to perform a task we are interested in getting back the most of that what was initially invested therein therefrom and thereby.
In a conventional motor the departure energy is already supplied by the attraction. The departure happens in a higher energy state so the back EMF may even be bigger as the source. It almost seems the mass of the rotor is irrelevant as that what is invested to make it move can be taken back as a whole leaving much of the displacement unexplained for.
When using a ferromagnetic rotor the induction therein collapses during departure resulting in loss of this normally spoiled opposing induction thus falsely appearing as~if major improvements but it's not to be confused with the work of Wesley Gary.
We may look at the Rotoverter where said technology is demonstrated in a most developed state of the art there of. And we should look at the Newman motor where the back emf field collapses in the very same direction as the current thusrather actuating the exchange then driving the motion.
 - http://magnetmotor.go-here.nl/wesley-gary
 - http://magnetmotor.go-here.nl/hector-d-perez-torres
 - http://magnetmotor.go-here.nl/joseph-newman