Hi, I am new to list
- Hi all,
I am new to this list and wanted to include a brief corrsepondence that I
recently had with Tom Bearden regarding the construction of a MEG unit. I
thought that maybe his advice could help some of you aswell:
"We of course cannot give out a parts list on the MEG, because of the
patenting situation etc. But we've released sufficient information that a
MEG type unit can be built by researchers who do understand or will study to
understand the Aharonov-Bohm effect.
However, the MEG CANNOT be built by electrical engineering theory alone,
since normal EE theory and practice absolutely destroys any COP > 1.0
"energy from the vacuum" input! Unless one actually will read the literature
on the Aharonov-Bohm effect (well-known in physics, but not even a part of
EE), and understand how and why the local vacuum and spacetime
can and does furnish extra dA/dt energy back into the MEG device, then one
can never understand the MEG. Note that a NORMAL TRANSFORMER does
any excess energy input from the environment, period. Yet just such an extra
environmental energy input -- for free -- to an EM system is necessary if
that system is to exhibit COP > 1.0.
No system ever outputs more energy than is input; that would require
creating energy from nothing, and total violation of the conservation of
energy law. However, the system can still waste lots of its total input
energy, if it gets back lots and lots of free energy input from its
environment, and then it can output more energy than the OPERATOR input.
certainly does not output more energy than BOTH THE OPERATOR AND THE
ENVIRONMENT input together!
Let me encourage you to think in terms of the
Aharonov-Bohm effect, which is well-known in physics (some 20,000 papers
the literature). When the B-field is localized in a confined area -- such as
in the nanocrystalline core material in the MEG -- then in space beyond that
confined B-field --- and out there where the B-field would also exist if NOT
confined -- a curl-free (field-free) magnetic vector potential A will and
does appear. That is well-known in physics. Further, that "outside"
A-potential is globally connected to the B-field inside the confinement
Because of that global connection, then when one perturbs the localized
B-field in the MEG core, one automatically also perturbs (freely) the
outside A-potential outside that core where no B-field exists. And that
perturbed A-potential makes E-fields in the outside space, arising right out
of spacetime, and heading right back into the MEG device. The simple
equation is dA/dt = - E. So E-fields impinge back on all the coils in the
MEG (and anything else placed in there), and interact with them. Suddenly
every coil is also an extra "input coil" for this new E-field pulse energy.
And they are not necessarily in phase, etc. By controlling the rise time and
decay time of our own input perturbation pulses to the "input" coil, we
control the actual magnitude of those E-field pulses that arise and enter
the system freely from its external A-potential environment.
The result is a whole set of feedback, feedforward, reverberating signals in
the MEG unit itself. Everything feeds everything else, and so one has a
dense signal environment problem, a phasing problem, and a special kind of
But all that nonlinearity and phasing can be solved and controlled. Once one
has the situation under control, now one has a fairly simple situation: One
has a special kind of "transformer" that has in its core all the normal
magnetic flux a transformer would have to work with, and it also has a
completely free and "extra" strong E-field input from its external
environment, into the unit, for which the operator pays nothing at all.
Any system that has both those inputs -- the normal input by the operator
and an extra "free" input from the active environment -- is exactly
analogous to a common home heat pump. Even though its efficiency is
less than 100%, its coefficient of performance (COP) is permissibly COP >
1.0. A common home heat pump, e.g., has an efficiency of about 50% in
nominally good conditions, but has a COP = 3.0 to 4.0. That is, it wastes
half of all the energy that is input to it (from the operator and from the
environment). But so much excess energy is received from the environment,
that the unit can still output three to four times as much energy as the
OPERATOR ALONE inputs and pays for. That's exactly why we use heat
get a lot more energy output (as useful work) than the energy we ourselves
have to input and pay for. The excess energy is taken freely from the heat
energy reservoir of the local atmosphere environment.
So the first requirement of any COP>1.0 EM system is to violate the normal
Lorentz symmetrical regauging of the Maxwell equations, and get and use
extra free input from the external environment. Only when the extra
environmental energy input to the system is understood, in addition to the
"normal" operator's electrical input, can the operation of any legitimate
COP > 1.0 electrical power system be understood.
That should be, hopefully, of some help to you. If you do not CLEARLY
understand the difference between efficiency and COP, please bone up on
subject first (read some of my stuff; I go into it exactly).
The IMPORTANT part of a COP>1.0 electrical power system -- any such
at all -- is understanding (1) how the environment is active and in what
fashion, (2) exactly how the environment then furnishes the extra energy
freely to the device, and (3) in what FORM the energy is furnished so that
it is usable.
Very best wishes,
- --- In MEG_builders@yahoogroups.com, "justice8082003"
> Hi all,that I
> I am new to this list and wanted to include a brief corrsepondence
> recently had with Tom Bearden regarding the construction of a MEGunit. I
> thought that maybe his advice could help some of you aswell:the
> "We of course cannot give out a parts list on the MEG, because of
> patenting situation etc. But we've released sufficient informationthat a
> MEG type unit can be built by researchers who do understand or willstudy to
> understand the Aharonov-Bohm effect.<< SNIPPED >>
Hello justice8082003, AKA Westdrift...,
Welcome to our group and thanks for the info. Unfortunately ... in
my opinion ... there doesn't seem to be anything new in it and it is
pretty much a replay of the many replies that Bearden has given when
asked about the operation and construction of the MEG. As for the
Aharonov-Bohn effect, if you review past postings to this site, I
think you will find that many people at this site have endeavored to
understand and apply this to the MEG experiments on this site.
As you probably saw when you reviewed the charter for this site, this
site is focused on MEG experiments rather than theory but practical
theory ideas that are applicable to current experiments are also
appreciated. If you or any other readers find something new in this
information that can be PRACTICALLY applied to MEG experiments, I
think the group would be especially interested in this.
Just my two cents,
Stan ... co-moderator for MEG_Builders