By Jeane Manning. Atlantis Rising , November ? The search for new energy technology takes us to northern Idaho to meet a ten-year-old girl who won a science fair with a battery-charging motor. She describes it as an advanced design that extends the life of batteries for an amazing length of time.
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He grew up in southern California and joined the Army after High School. After finishing his tour of duty, he settled back in the Los Angeles area and worked for some of the big names in stereophonic equipment. Within a few years, he was designing equipment that was more advanced than his employers. Of course, he was rewarded by being fired! Shortly thereafter, he formed Bedini Electronics with his brother Gary, and never looked back. Ultimately, he became proficient in the use of the Lathe, Vertical Mill, shear, brake and various welding techniques.
Currently, his shop has all of these tools and is capable of fabricating nearly anything from one-of-a-kind circuit boards to experimental automobiles. The US Patents linked below show two such designs, as well as other methods for charging batteries.
An article, written by Jeane Manning, even appeared in Atlantis Rising magazine about this story. At first, other experimenters on the internet discussion groups thought it would never work. Recently, I have had the privilege of co-authoring a series of manuals that teach this science from the ground up, to people just learning about it. Besides that, it also includes a detailed description of the circuit functions and the theory behind its operation. This book picks up the instructions where the first book leaves off.
The larger device, which weighed pounds, was demonstrated only for 10 minutes due to practical reasons. During this time a constant load of 12kw could be withdrawn from the device. The device itself was powered by two 12v car batteries. Imagine starting with a fully charged battery and connecting it to the motor with no other power input. Obviously, the motor is going to run off the battery, but by conventional thinking it will stop when the battery runs down.
Impossible, you say. Not at all. It is pretty simple, once one gets the hang of the basic idea. It is running off the principles of electromagnetics that Nikola Tesla discovered shortly before in his Colorado Springs experiments. It is running off the fact that empty vacuum - pure "emptiness", so to speak - is filled with rivers and oceans of seething energy, just as Nikola Tesla pointed out.
It is running off the fact that vacuum space-time itself is nothing but pure massless charge. That is, vcuum has a very high electrostatic scalar potential - it is greatly stressed. To usefully tap the enormous locked-in energy of that stress, all one has to do is crack it sharply and tap the vacuum oscillations that result. The best way to do that is to hit something resonant that is imbedded in the vacuum, then tap the resonant stress of the ringing of the vacuum itself In other words, we can ring something at its resonant frequency and, if that something is imbedded in the vacuum, we can tap off the resonance in vacuum stress, without tapping energy directly from the embedded system we rang into oscillation, So what we really need is something that is deeply imbedded in the vacuum, that is, something that can translate "vacuum" movement to "mass" movement.
Well, all charged particles and ions are already imbedded in the vacuum by their charged fluxes, so stressed oscillations - that is, vacuum oscillations - can be converted into normal energy of mass movement by charged particles or ions, if the system of charged particles or ions is made to resonate in phase with our tapping "potential". First we will need a big accumulator to hold a lot of the charged ions in the system that we wish to shock into oscillation.
We need something that has a big capacitance and also contains a lot of ions. An ordinary battery filled with electrolyte fits the bill nicely. While it is not commonly known, ordinary lead-acid storage batteries have a resonant ionic frequency, usually in the range of from MHz.
All we have to do is shock-oscillate the ions in the electrolyte at their resonant frequency and time our "trigger"potential and "siphon" current correctly. Then if we keep adding potential to trigger the system we can get all that "potential" to translate into "free electrical energy". Look at it this way. Conventionally "electrostatic scalar potential" is composed of work or energy per column of charged particle mass.
So if we add potential alone, without the mass flow, to a system of oscillating charged particles, we add "physical energy" in the entire charged particle system. In other words, the "potential" we add is converted directly into "ordinary energy" by the imbedded ions in the system. Also see Y. Aharonov and V. Now this "free energy resonant coupling" can be done in a simple, cheap system.
It works. It is running now on my laboratory bench in prototype form. I am also a humanitarian. By openly releasing my work in this paper, I am providing enough information for all the tinkerers and independent inventors around the world to have at it. So here it is. I have deliberately written my paper for the tinkerer and experimenter, not for the scientist. You must be careful, for the device is a little tricky to adjust in and synchronize all the resonances.
Keep at it. Also, we warn you not to play with this unless you know what you are doing. The resonating battery electrolyte produces hydrogen, and if you hit it too hard with a "voltage spike" you can get an electrical spark inside the battery.
But it does work. Have at it. Build it. Tinker with it. Fiddle it into resonant operation. It consists of a lead-acid battery which powers a small DC motor, which turns a magneto-like dynamo, which provides output energy to an electronics package, which in turn feeds timed scalar?
As a demonstration, Bedini then removes the good battery and sequentially inserts fully discharged, dead batteries. Each of the dead batteries eventually receives a full charge. Stated differently, He starts with one good battery and four discharged batteries. At the end of the demonstration all five batteries are fully charged.
Each of my professorial friends, however, has requested that their names not be used for attribution, the inference being that their respective universities would not be understanding of heretical concepts. This BEMF is of a higher voltage, in the hundreds of volts but with a very weak current that makes it un-exploitable. The trick of John Bedini, the same Edwin Gray, Thomas Bearden and others were using, is to send this high voltage pulses in a capacitor, through a bridge rectifier, because it works only with polarized capacitors.
Then, the object of the patent of John Bedini, is to discharge regularly this accumulated high voltage potential in the capacitor in electrolytic batteries. It works! Many replications, like mine, are working very well. It is very interesting to improve the use of standard batteries, and it is a solution to the problem of discarded polluting batteries. We must send our thanks and congratulations to John and this team for bringing to the market one of the first Radiant Energy product.
We hope that it will be a large success and the first of a long series, bringing free electric power to the world. So why not just forget the eventual profit that could be made in the third world countries, and concentrating on the rich countries market.
Anyway we can imagine that it would be very difficult and costly for an US company to sue the hundreds of small enterprises that could produce small quantities of this patented charger, in their miserable city slums, where there is no law enforcement and danger at every corner.
I encourage all of you to become more generous, and to think about those who have less chance than you, and how you could help them … Love, Peace and Equity … What a wonderful world.
John Bedini Monopole Generators
John Bedini discharging the radiant energy from the storage capacitors. The batteries are discharged to 10 volts for the test purposes. Test 1 starts at AM utilizing primary battery fully charged at The destination batteries reach a charge capacity of 14 volts at AM.
Free Energy Generation by John Bedini
He grew up in southern California and joined the Army after High School. After finishing his tour of duty, he settled back in the Los Angeles area and worked for some of the big names in stereophonic equipment. Within a few years, he was designing equipment that was more advanced than his employers. Of course, he was rewarded by being fired!
Free Energy Generation: Circuits & Schematics
The larger device, which weighed pounds, was demonstrated only for 10 minutes due to practical reasons. During this time a constant load of 12kw could be withdrawn from the device. The device itself was powered by two 12v car batteries. Imagine starting with a fully charged battery and connecting it to the motor with no other power input.