reply to post by downisreallyup
I am sorry... I did not read all your comments, so I can now see that you are technically competent. Please forgive me for assuming you were
Not a problem.
The name throws some people. In one respect, that is why I have used it as a lifelong nick. It's always nice to find out early on how open (or
closed) others minds are.
Now, I would highly suggest that you go and see ALL the videos by Bedini, where he discusses at length the reason for the battery.
One thing that was jarred in my memory when I saw the first picture of a SchoolGirl motor was that I had indeed come across this before, and I do
remember the same idea has been presented in many different forms.
As stated, however, I would prefer to hold my comments on that particular design until I have re-familiarized myself with it. Some things just have to
come first... ECW wrestling was on tonight.
Like he said, it is the high-energy Spikes that occur when the motor is pulsed which are being gathered and sent into the battery, and it is
the CHEMICAL (yes, and that precludes other things) action in the battery, between the lead and acid, that allows for the radiant energy in the vacuum
to be pulled into the battery, thereby charging it. He tried other types of configurations (besides lead-acid batteries) and found that nothing worked
like they did.
Well, far be it from me to state that such a thing is impossible; I am not prepared to prove such. However, I will say this: my forte is in power
production/control and I have more than a passing interest in alternative energy productions. Yet, in all those years of experimenting, building
prototypes, running tests, and studying alternate theories, never have I come across anything that indicates that a lead-acid battery delivers more
energy than it receives.
What could be at play is a 'zapping' of the battery. That term hasn't been (to my knowledge) used much in a couple decades, so let me explain it:
Back when NiCad batteries were becoming common, it was discovered that they contained a chemical 'memory' that shortened their useful life. There
was a device back then that used short (micro-second) pulses of high current to 'zap' the NiCads, restoring them to their original state (or a
reasonable facsimile thereof; nothing is 100%). The quick zap actually re-integrated the chemicals that had solidified out of solution and allowed the
Ni-Cads to accept a charge again.
Something similar could be happening to the lead-acid batteries, especially those which had outlived their useful life. I do know that some people
claimed back then to be able to 'zap' dead (bridged) cells back to life, although I never personally tried it on lead-acid cells. If that be the
case, then the results are a function of re-vitalization of the batteries and not of zero-point energy.
I state this not as a final answer to the phenomenon, but as a possibility only.
This is Bedini's design, and both him and Bearden explain how they believe it works. You will not find that your classical electronics
training will explain this to you, any more than Tesla could use classical electronics to explain his dielectric field energy experiments.
Early on in my journey into the fabulous worlds of physics, I realized that there were things which could not yet be explained. I have watched several
examples of unexplained phenomena become explained in my lifetime. My 'training' therefore exceeds classical electronic (and physical) theory,
although it is firmly based in such. I try to keep an open mind to all possibilities, with an eye tightly fixed on what is actually known.