Preliminary description of some physical phenomena

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Things are basically very simple. Just like a complex computer program consist of just two basic elements, 0 and 1, the whole universe is based on two key elements: particles and motion (= particles and particle flow - or matter and energy).

There are a few hundred of different types of basic particles. Each type of these particles behaves somewhat differently, for example are attracted to different things. All types of particles have three things in common: they are seek balance and they are "lazy and dumb". Particles are "lazy" in that they will take the easiest route of motion when attracted or repelled by something. Particles seek balance so that where there is a lack of this type of particles, particles from the surrounding space rush to fill the partial void. Particles are "dumb" in that when rushing to fill the partial void they cause overcrowding in this spot and this builds up a pressure in that spot which forces some of the particles to leave the spot in a burst which causes partial void and the loop is ready to start again. The motion of the particles has started in the Big Bang and because there is nothing to stop it in the subatomic level the motion goes on and on. These particles in motion are equivalent to energy and their non-stop motion is known as conservation of energy.

Some particles tend to clump together to form larger units that we are familiar with: protons, neutrons and electrons. These larger units form atoms which form larger units and in the end all the matter in the universe. The quarks are just a mathematical representation, not a real thing.

So matter and energy are built from the same basis. This relation is expressed for example in the well-known equation E=mc2.

Here are explanations to the cause and function of some well-known physical phenomena and the Searl Effect Generator.


Magnetism is caused by the controlled flow of particles that are continuously in motion. Normally these particles flow in every direction or are caught inside the atoms. The atomic structure of the ferromagnetic ores is such that the magnetism particles can escape from the atom in a certain direction so that their flow is controlled. In a single bar magnet (see the figure below) the flow goes inside the bar from one end to the other, let's assume from S to N, and then outside the magnet from the N-end back to the S-end.

If two bar magnets are placed so that their N-ends face each other (see the figure below) there is no room for all particles and the particle flows repel each other and thus the bar magnets also repel each other.

If two bar magnets are placed so that one's N-end faces the other's S-end (see the figure below) the output flow from the N-end of the second bar magnet flows to the S-end of the first bar magnet and from there through the first bar magnet to the N-end and then outside the both magnets back to the S-end of the second bar magnet. To reduce the length of the round trip the particle flow between the bar magnets causes a force that pulls them closer to each other - magnetic attraction.


This is a more tricky subject. The effects of gravity are caused by the flow of particles that are attracted by matter. In a case of a singular gravitational giant, for example a planet, mastering the scene (see the figure below) gravity particles are attracted by the giant body and finally its gravitational center (= the core). This attraction causes overcrowding in the core and builds up a pressure. Finally the pressure reliefs itself by bursting some of the particles out in an extremely intense burst (A). This burst is so intense that the particles essentially rip through any object located on the surface of the planet (area D, blue oval). As the particles in the burst move farther from the planet they slow down and find themselves once again attracted by the planet and finally its core. So the particles turn around and start to flow back towards the core (B). This flow back is far slower than the output burst (A) and it is spread on a larger area (areas C, red ovals). So the particles have time to affect mechanically the objects on the planet's surface that they encounter during their trip back. Because the particles are moving towards the core of the planet they press the objects (in areas C) against the surface of the planet. This is the effect of gravity for example here on the surface of the Earth that we all are familiar of. The burst (A) is so intense that once a pathway out is created it sucks out more particles than needed to form a balance in the core. So a partial void is created and returning particles can rush in to fill the void causing overcrowding and the cycle can start again.

A different set of actions is present when two gravitational giants are mastering the scene (see the figure below). When the two giants (G1 and G2) come so close to each other that the gravitational particles bursted out from the core of G1 (F) can reach the attraction of G2 the particles begin to take that route (flow F1, blue lines) and vice versa (flow E1, red lines). This happens in the area where the giants G1 and G2 face each other. On the other side of the giants the particles flow from G1 to G1 and from G2 to G2 (flow J). When the flows E1 and F1 are established they start to pull G1 and G2 closer to each other in order to make the flows E1 and F1 easier (= shorter) - gravitational attraction. The closer G1 and G2 come to each other the more crowded becomes the area where the output flows meet each other (area H).

When G1 and G2 come so close to each other that the area H is so crowded that the particles have no place to go (see the figure below), the flows E and F start to repel each other. In the same time the attractive flows F1 and E1 are also present. Thus a balance is created and G1 and G2 will stay at a distance from each other.

So gravity has both attractive and repulsive aspects but for the repulsion aspect to become evident there must be a situation where two objects sized equal enough are mastering the scene. This is not the case in any experiment on the surface of the Earth. This is, however, in action with Earth and Moon. This repulsion aspect of gravity prevents two large bodies from colliding with each other unless the circumstances are extremely exceptional, for example if the other is travelling with excessively high speed so that it can overcome the gravitational repulsion force. In any case gravity should be able to be controlled by controlling the flow of the gravitational particles.


Heat is in fact particles. This type of particles act as a lubricant between molecules and atoms. The more these particles are present the more the molecules and atoms can move with respect to one another. When we transfer heat we are in fact transferring heat particles.


Light is particles, photons as we call them, moving in a certain wave pattern. Thus the light can be considered as particles or waves.

Searl Effect Generator (SEG)

The SEG acts as a centrifuge for various types of subatomic and other particles. It throws out electrons and other particles that can be collected to form electric current. It throws out magnetism and heat particles in a pattern that makes them align as the "circles on water from the thrown stone" ( . It throws out gravity particles and by doing this reduces their effect that presses the SEG against the surface of the Earth thus reducing the weight of the installation.

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This writing is in large part my own interpretation from the information written in Any feedback is welcome and you can send it by clicking here.


Olli P Taina