The earth’s surface emits a negative electrical charge – a discharge, really. And the atmosphere contains a rich soup of positive charge, primarily driven by the Sun. The octahedron of M3’s housing exploits these two factors. The lower half of the octahedron – an inverted pyramid – is buried just beneath the earth’s surface. This harnesses the negative discharge of the earth to its lower southern apex. The upper half of the octahedron housing harnesses and focalizes the atmosphere’s positive charge to the northern apex.
The southern energy flows upward in the form of a single helix, while the northern energy flows downward, also in a single helix. The energy meets in the middle, where the 3 nested spheres of M3 reside.
The central iron/copper alloy becomes energized, and begins to levitate in its diamagnetic carbon container. Once floating in its frictionless environment, it begins to spin: electrical inductance. The middle carbon sphere soaks up this electricity, storing it, and eventually levitating and spinning in its silicon container: capacitance. Finally, the outer silicon sphere is saturated, supplying the surplus over-unity energy.
Inner sphere – Iron/copper alloy – Inductance
Middle sphere – Carbon – Capacitance
Outer sphere – Silicon – Semi-conductor