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This group was inspired by a device called the MEG, invented by Dr. Thomas Bearden and his associates at Magnetic Energy Ltd.; and subsequent replication attempts by researcher Jean Louis Naudin. The MEG is purported by its inventors to extract energy from the "active vacuum" or "ZPE" (Zero Point Energy) and convert it into electricity. Although this group is primarily intended for discussion of Magnetic Energy Ltd.'s device; it is also open to discussion of all electromagnetic motionless generators and their theory, operation and construction.
This is a focused and moderated message group. It's intention is to be a place to exchange information about experimenters' observations and ideas. As such, posting submissions are evaluated against this concept. There are also some commonsense rules that need to be observed if you wish to post to the group. Submissions not along this line will not be posted. In all cases approval of posting submissions is entirely at the discretion of the moderators. This board is not "open" and makes no claim to being such. While we endeavor to be fair and equitable in the way messages are handled, it should be clearly understood that how this is done is entirely our prerogative. If have general questions please READ THE FAQ, this will save all involved a lot of time.
If you wish to engage in general discussion about the MEG, Bearden, et.al., please do so here.
We invite you now to look at the group's experiments or join and actively participate. Good luck and may the flux be with you!
Dave Narby & Stan Mayer,

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  • 1303
  • Energy
  • Jun 26, 2001
  • English

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