Originally posted by cupocoffee
reply to post by RogerT
RogerT, I have heard of Ralph Ring and Carr and all those people. I do have an interest in those things.
But, could we at ATS pool some money and talent and reproduce their technology right now? Probably not.
I keep going back to Bedini simply because he's the only one who has open-sourced anything. If some real effort were made, to organize a real test,
we could actually replicate the tech, and that would go a long way toward settling the debate.
Do you know of anyone else who offers an open-source product ready to be tested?
No I don't know of any open source tech right now that the layman can reproduce.
The problem with this stuff (IMO), is that the guys who actually understood how to make it work, were of a level of consciousness beyond your average
electical engineer or ATS poster. Carr is reputed to have been very insistent on the human consciousness being an integral part of the 'device'.
Apparently, he used resonance, light, crystals and well trained pilots who were able to 'get their minds out of the way' to make the X1 do its
I don't think anyone posting on ATS has the talent for this. There were one or two I admired greatly, like Freezer, who seemed capable and on the
right path, but they don't seem to be around anymore. Personally, if I had the capacity to understand nature, the way Schauberger, Tesla, Carr and
others have done, the last place you'd find me is skulking around ATS forums, arguing with people whose grasp of what's possible is summed up by
statements like "it breaks the second law of thermodynamics", "you can't get something for nothing" and now my personal favorite: "Mother Nature
enforces the laws of physics".
Schauberger's repulsine has been attempted countless times with little success that I'm aware of, although I heard a guy in Cal. had cracked it and
am still waiting for confirmation. Ralph has stated that they are not far away and expect to be giving demos by the end of the year. We'll see.
My opinion on Bedini, and it's just an opinion, is that he's genuine, a bit kooky (which of these public FE inventors isn't) and quite brilliant in
his chosen field, but he hasn't got any kind of FE device working yet. He's found a way to demonstrate a phenomenon he calls 'radiant energy'
which is his term and relates to what he thinks Tesla was talking about (I doubt he understands it well, if at all), and that has made him both
popular and open to ridicule.
The whole battery bank thing was a dead end as far as I'm concerned. I mean, who really wants that kind of hassle. I know he was working on using
caps. a few years back, but it doesn't look like that came through as yet.
If/When Bedini cracks it, you'll hear about it with a lot of fanfare from the yahoo groups and a lot of others who watch him closely, until then, the
$4000 machine is probably worth getting and building if you're into that sort of thing, but it's not going to cause much upset at GE or BP!
If Bedini had got a FE working model up, no doubt he'd have had the big black truck full of fbi dudes with semi-automatics show up to close his lab,
business, office and gang down, just like the few stories you here from credible sources can attest.
I've never cared for Bearden, but that doesn't mean anything either.
All just one man's opinion, but you did ask.