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Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2001 17:54:39 -0500

Yes, I hope very much that the Australian fellows have succeeded.  I don't much care who does it, so long as it gets done.

Usually it is very difficult for two different inventive groups to get together.  It's a matter of all those signed agreements, backers, etc.  In our own case, we are about a year away from our first commercial-sized unit.  We have taken most of our research overseas, to be performed by the National Materials Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of a friendly foreign country.  It was a pleasure to find scientists who already use higher symmetry electrodynamics instead of electrical engineering and the standard U(1) stuff, which is very seriously flawed.  Indeed, in that country they started teaching the higher symmetry electrodynamics in their universities more than a dozen years ago.

 Anyway, nice hearing from you, and I really hope those fellows have succeeded.

 Best wishes,

Tom Bearden

Date: Sat, 1 Sep 2001 07:45:22 EDT
Subject: Re: Tom Bearden Website update

Thought you would like to know, if you didn't already, that John Christie and Lou Brits of Cairns, Australia have shown and demonstrated a new
motor/generator whose output exceeds input by more than 500%.  They call it the Lutec 1000.  Universities and conglomerates have already send envoys to see and evaluate and were duly impressed.  No hoax talk at all.  You might see if the M.E.G. and the Lutec 1000  could combine forces to make a major power plant?

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