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  • Graham Young
    Hi Russel, Thank you for the information. regards, Graham ... ____________________________________________________________________________________ Never miss a
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      Hi Russel,
      Thank you for the information.

      regards,
      Graham


      --- Russel Prier <russelp@...> wrote:

      > Hi,
      > Below is a link to Roberts web site. It is a bit
      > jumbled up there is
      > some useful info there and some here. Tim does not
      > fully understand
      > what Robert was doing and Robert did not show
      > everything in his patent
      > which he put in the public domain in 1993 or
      > thereabouts. Read that
      > info and his later designs use higher resistances
      > and store a charge in
      > the fields around the coils and function properly at
      > a specific
      > resonance which is both common to the coil and the
      > magnet. EE training
      > doesn't teach you much of the true characteristics
      > of permanent magnets
      > and some of the University teaching is in error
      > about magnetism.
      > Testing and experimentation will teach you a lot
      > more that is important
      > to these types of motor generators. Also the output
      > you are looking for
      > is neither ac or dc but has voltage to it without
      > any current but will
      > perform work event though it is wattless as you will
      > see reading through
      > Roberts website. This energy can be transformed or
      > used through and
      > inverter to run conventional electrical equipment.
      > I am only a student
      > of these technologies myself and there is a lot to
      > learn still. John
      > Bedini has not yet discovered the sort of energy
      > Robert Adams was
      > getting out of his motor generators although they
      > started from the same
      > place in the late 60s with Johns early motors being
      > Adams motors then he
      > changed to a different type of switching which
      > Robert was aware of and
      > told me several times would not give the results
      > unless the timing was
      > modified from the bifilar coils JB was using.
      > All the best RJP.
      >
      > http://www.aethmogen.com/
      >
      > skyhighgjy wrote:
      > >
      > > Hi All,
      > > I am interested in building, or at least trying to
      > build an AM. I
      > > have heard about Adams but don't know too much
      > about his design
      > > principles.. Can anyone point me in the right
      > direction for a better
      > > understanding of both the man and his design,
      > engineering and the
      > > current state of his technology.. I have a small
      > workshop from which
      > > I "tinkle" at historic engineering, mainly
      > mechanical by nature, even
      > > though my background is electrical engineering.
      > > Thank you.
      > >
      > >
      > >
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