Here’s a suggestion for “scalar” experiments from a conversation with John Bedini.� Mr. Bedini encourages everyone to try this experiment, but warns us that this device is patent applied for, so you should only build a single unit for your own use.� – Bill Beaty, 1/21/95 …………………….uuuu / oo uuuu………………………… William Beaty voice:206-781-3320 bbs:206-789-0775 cserv:71241,3623 EE/Programmer/Science exhibit designer http://www.eskimo.com/~billb – Seattle, WA 98117 -email- – SCIENCE HOBBYIST webpage ****************************************************************** EXPERIMENTING WITH SCALAR FIELDS ****************************************************************** ________ | | | | _______ S | | Obtain two Radio Shack ceramic magnets and |_______| N glue their north pole faces together. | | N |_______| S ________ Wind the magnets with about 50 turns | of #30 magnet wire. Wire gauge is not | critical. | | ___ | |||| | |__||||_| | |||| | |__||||_| | ________ | | [ small, ] | —–[ noisy ]———-o | [_motor__] 6v to 12v […] Read More

1975: Power Plant of the Future

(Unidentified reference/author: apparently EvGray Enterprises) Would you believe, a battery-powered motor that recycles energy, hence is better than 90% efficient? How? By generating electric pulses of 2,500 volts by means of an EvGray generator and storage in an oil-filled capacitor bank and introducing it into field and rotor winding at precisely the right moment by means of a patented programmer on the front of the rotor shaft. Performance: Tests conducted on the 32 HP test model by Crosby Research Institute (Beverly Hills, CA), exacted the following: The EMA motor was operated into a 10 HP dynamometer load at 1100 rpm. This power output is 7460 watts. The total battery power available from the four batteries was 5454 watts for one hour. The total battery power consumed by the motor during a 21-minute run was only 9.75 watts; this equals 26.8 watts per hour. The system operated continuously for 203 […] Read More