reply to post by Mary Rose
I'm a researcher.
Research has become an abused term. While I may, casually, say I am "researching" when I go on a web-surfing binge and read through a hundred
articles and several technical papers/published experiment data and analysis - that is not research. That's reading what others have done. That's
Research is a lot less convenient. Real research is collecting and analyzing public records, tracking down people for interviews or leads. In other
cases it applies to analyzing the data from hundreds or even thousands of related experiments.
In either case - we are propagandists when we see something we like and advocate it on a forum without having any real experience or knowledge of our
own relating to it. You've said yourself that it "feels right" - and that your basis for believing this man is telling the truth is your dislike
for the oil industry and energy market.
I find the SEG credible.
The device is the device. We have spent well over a century musing over the dynamics of an atom and have very few answers to show for the effort.
We've found new things we can do with atoms and new phenomena to exploit - but the question of why still stands.
Thus, a human prediction for the function of a device is meaningless to me and not credible at all. I have built all kinds of circuits that work on
paper (and/or in my mind) - but I have to tinker with for hours to get to work in reality. Nothing works exactly as we expect it to.
So, when I see a device producing free energy, I'll see it as fact. Until then - trying to predict what is and isn't credible is like trying to
sprint through a mine-field with your eyes closed and predict what path is the safest. You haven't a clue, and the lucky ones are considered correct
until they spontaneously explode.
I've done enough research to know that electromagnetics as taught to electrical engineers is outdated. Only a limited few know the full scale
of what can be done. Did you watch the 8 part Bearden interview I linked to?
So, your source for this is Bearden?
There is a lot we don't know about electromagnetic phenomena. Any electronics or physics course worth sitting down for (let alone paying for) will
include that little tid-bit.
However - too many people take a creative license and start treating electromagnetism like magic.
I've also done enough research to know that technology has been suppressed. You're familiar with Tesla, Rife?
Tesla was not suppressed. He was a horrible businessman. One hell of a tinkerer and innovator - but he was not gifted with a good sense of
Of course, since you bring up Tesla, one of the projects that finally got him de-funded was a massive tesla-coil the size of a sky-scraper he was
trying to build for the purpose of transmitting energy. You can call that suppression, I call that someone realizing that was about the biggest
lawsuit to ever be constructed.
After that, he started going a little bonkers in an attempt to renew interest in his designs. He often over-stated his findings in the hope he could
develop something that could achieve what he claimed should someone take interest and fund it. It was an end unbecoming of such a great innovator and
visionary - but that was, none the less, his final chapter in the world of electromagnetic phenomena.
If you would watch one of the episodes of Mythbusters regarding his work into frequency resonance, you can see what I mean. Tesla claimed his device
drove a whole building into chaos and made them think there was an earthquake. While the Mythbusters were able to find a "spooky" frequency at
which the entire bridge felt as though they were standing right next to the device - it was nothing close to an earthquake or a structure-jeopardizing
In my opinion, people should simply withhold judgment until after thoroughly researching something like this, rather than commenting on it at
I went through my naive years and researched this and other free energy devices quite thoroughly. Then I started looking up the concepts they were
talking about, and things started to dissolve quite rapidly.
Since you've done your research:
The SEG consists of 3 large ring type stators that are specially magnetized with patterns designed to generate continual motion of similarly
magnetized cylindrical rotors.
Tell me - what's a stator?
In the world of electronics, that is.
The rotors are free to rotate around the stator rings with mutually interactive eddy currents of induction that forms a frictionless magnetic
bearings between moving parts.
Would you mind explaining eddy-currents and/or the principle of induction?
In the process, electrons pair up as bosons,
I'm sure you can tell me all about fermion-boson transitions.
What I'm more interested in hearing, though, is how magnetic field strengths of 10^10th Gauss were achieved. The strongest magnet in the world is 45
Tesla - a whopping 4.5x10^5 Gauss - several orders of magnitude lower than the field densities necessary to trigger fermion-boson transition.
accelerate to form electrical currents and thus are harnessed for their kinetic energy before they emitted out to the air again.
Something like this -might- work were you near a white-dwarf or neutron star... I'll give him credit, there.
This makes for an open energy cycle that extracts energy out the environment and consequently cools down the ambient air only for its inherent
energy. It is a system that converts random energy at the quantum level into a coherent flow of electron currents. It is ideally suited for the
World’s demand for green energy that is as benign to the biosphere as a solar cell or a even hydroelectric dam.
This is where we cross back into the realm of the plausible.