Re: My MEG replication
I wanted to give you some of the results of my MEG replication and the current state of
my ongoing investigation.
Some initial notes:
1. The MEG should not be viewed as a transformer. Doing so will just confuse what the
system is designed to accomplish.
2. The usual output of a transformer with a magnet placed as it is in the MEG is that
of a biased transformer. Most likely, your output waves were not symetrically sinusoidal
but skewed to either the leading edge or the trailing edge of the sine curve. This skewing
is due to the magnet's flux direction. This apparently happens at most frequencies except
for a few near the resonant frequency or harmonics thereof.
If you change the load, as you observed, the resonant frequency changes. Then the MEG
becomes inefficient with a common underunity output. Dr. Bearden describes the MEG as
"Highly non-linear" and one can surmise why with all the variables changing by the
3. I prefer to think of the MEG core as a dual flux pathway for the magnet with the
control coils acting as flux switches. The unfortunate result of the MEG as described in the
patent is that the flux from the input coils does not remain locally and change the
permeability of the core in that small area of the core near the input coils. Instead, the B
field traverses the entire circuit of the core and mixes with the magnet's flux. And, just to
recap, the resonant frequency depends on load variance, winding quality, circuit Q,
strength of the magnet, permeability of the core, slew rate of the core and God knows
We believe we have stumbled upon an answer to this problem and sometime in late June
or July we will be testing a MEG core with radically new input architecture.
As soon as this metalurgic process has a provisional patent status, I will publish the "how
to" to this group. We hope new MEG consturction will produce a linear device capable of
determining output based on the usual formulaic components: frequency, core area, core
permeability, amount of dynamic flux and number of windings.
Wish us luck!