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Subject: RE: about MEG
Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2001 14:21:08 -0500


In our own work which has been self-funded, my colleagues and I used off-the-shelf cores already made, and had to adapt to them.  So most of our build-ups were of the same size cores, though we did use several different cores so that the sizes varied a little.  The size does not affect the operation; it is the special property of the core that is important. It must extract or accept  almost all the magnetic field of the permanent magnet, holding it inside the core material rather than spilling out into surrounding space.  When you do that, you have invoked the Aharonov-Bohm effect, which means that the surrounding space that WOULD have been filled by the B-field from the permanent magnet, is now filled by an uncurled magnetic vector potential A.  So at absolutely no input power from us, we have at least doubled the energy available in that same area, as is normally there from the permanent magnet alone.  We have tricked the vacuum into freely furnishing the excess uncurled field-free A-potential in surrounding space.   We then are free to collect the energy from both the A-potential and the confined B-field flux inside the core, by both usual and novel methods.  We really do not specify much more than that until the patenting process including foreign patents is completed.

 However, the Aharonov-Bohm effect is well-known and proven in physics.  A paper on it, giving hundreds of other papers for reference, is S. Olariu and I. Iovitzu Popescu, “The Quantum Effects of Electromagnetic Fluxes,” Reviews of Modern Physics, 57(2), Apr. 1985, p. 339-436.  Full discussion of the Aharonov-Bohm effect and hundreds of references are given.  According to Feynman, it required 25 years for quantum physicists to clearly face the Aharonov-Bohm issue of the primacy and separate action of the force-field-free potential.  It has then required another equal period before physicists would accept it, even though it was experimentally demonstrated as early as 1960.

 Hardly any of the free-energy researchers even yet will accept it, although it has long been proven.  It's just that apparently no one noticed its utility for a power system before we worked on it for the MEG.

 So we get the extra energy, and we can get normal "transformer" type energy by switching the flux in the core, and we can also get extra energy from non-transformer actions in the A-potential.  How one efficiently collects all that is one of the still-proprietary pieces of information until our patent process finishes.

 Best wishes and good luck in your research,

 Tom Bearden

Dear Tom,

I am a newcomer to the subject of  free energy, and spent some nights on
your website (and that of JNaudin Labs). It's the MEG which inspires me very much. I made myself many thoughts over it's mode of operation, and I believe to have understood these.
Now my questions:
1. which maximum output power did you reach with your experiments, and what was the aprox. size of that MEG?
2. if one runs 2 (or more) MEGs with maximum power, does COP (and/or output power) decrease while decreasing distance between them, due to limited flow of free energy ?  Can free energy be shielded by a kind of housing? It's only a theoretical thought about limited flow of free energy, maybe nonsense.

A lot of Thanks for Your Trouble