|The Tom Bearden
|Date: Mon, 19 May 2003
At the time we negotiated with Kawai (at his wish!), he had already produced a "closed loop" motor in Japan where what you are getting at was accomplished.
E.g., say you have a Kawai system whose COP is double its efficiency, and its efficiency is 80%. That gives a COP of 1.6. This is one of the actual Hitachi motors he modified for Hitachi engineers to test, in evaluating his system and patent originally. And that is what it proved to do, under rigorous Hitachi testing (some of the best in the world).
Now if you take, say, 80% of that output EM energy, and feed it back into the electrical output in a closely governed positive feedback manner, you will be feeding back about 1.28 as much energy as you had to input. You will still have some separate output energy, also, to dissipate in an external load and power it.
However, you will have some losses in the feedback loop and related switching, so suppose you lose that 0.28 part of that COP along the feedback way. That means you will be inputting 1.0, or precisely as much energy as is needed to run the system under load. That system then becomes "self-powering", or more exactly, it draws sufficient EM energy from the local vacuum to power itself (losses and inefficiencies and switching) and its loads simultaneously. It draws from the local vacuum the extra energy for the input, as well as the energy being dissipated in the external load.
The key is that all EM field energy and potential energy in any EM circuit or device comes from the source charges in that circuit or device, not from what one inputs, not from a battery, and not from cranking the shaft of a generator. And the source charges (together with their clustering virtual charges of opposite sign) are dipolar ensembles of opposite charges. Hence the source charge ensemble must obey the known asymmetry of opposite charges. Rigorously (already proven in particle physics, with a Nobel Prize awarded to Lee and Yang for predicting broken symmetry) such "opposite charges asymmetry" freely absorbs virtual photons from the seething vacuum, coherently integrates the subquantal energy into quantal (observable) size, and re-emits the energy as real, observable photons in all directions --- thereby establishing and continuously replenishing its associated EM fields and potentials, spreading outward at light speed.
So the Kawai process is a process whereby Lorentz symmetrical regauging (of an otherwise closed current loop circuit) is broken. This rigorously changes the system into a nonequilibrium steady state (NESS) system that openly receives excess energy from its active environment. The established thermodynamics of open NESS dissipative systems (plenty of hard references and experiments) then permits the system to exhibit any of five novel functions: (1) self-order (increase its own energy by simple free regauging via the gauge freedom axiom), (2) self-oscillate or self-rotate, (3) output more energy as useful work than the operator inputs and pays for (the excess input energy is freely received from the active environment), (4) power itself and its load simultaneously with energy received freely from the active external environment, and (5) exhibit negative entropy.
You really can build electrical windmills operating in a free electrical wind, so to speak.
Kawai's process is perfectly legitimate, and with attention to very efficient switching it can be successfully replicated in accord with the patent itself. You have to start with a very efficient motor (say, an 80% efficient Hitachi standard motor) and you have to use very efficient switching (say, photon-coupled switching using very little power).
It was a sad and shocking day when the Yakuza appeared and put a stop to the Kawai system and a clamp on Kawai forever. Otherwise, you would already have seen self-powering Kawai systems on the market. We would have put them there, under agreement with Kawai, and being funded by Kawai himself! His backers were some of the wealthiest men in Japan. But the Yakuza suppressed it like snuffing out a candle. Simply do a Google search on the Yakuza, and you may be very surprised at what you discover.
Subject: Fwd: Kawai questions
Some quick questions: in your discussion of the Kawai overunity motor design, you mentioned using electric motors with .6 to .8 COPs to get net energy output of 1.2 and 1.6, respectively.
My question is this - does this happen under load or no load conditions? In other words, if one was using a motor with say a 1kw output into a load, and one was getting 1.6kw with the modified circuitry, could one power a high efficiency generator with the motor, and use the excess electric power from the modified motor as well as the output from the generator being turned by the motor? (Does that make sense?)
Or if the motor enters the overunity realm only under no load conditions, then one only gains the excess beyond that used to keep the motor turning, 600 watts in this case?
Or do I completely misunderstand the whole idea?
Do you happen to know right off the top of your head what size motors are available for this modification?
Hope all is well with you and yours, and that the work proceeds well.