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2018-05-24 Geoffrey Miller on Missing John Bedini Video

Geoffrey Miller recently shared a few tidbits about the Missing 1984 presentation by John Bedini. Here is the interview with a few pics from the presentation that will give you a glimpse into what is coming out soon!

This is a * MUST HAVE * video that is not only historical and RARE as hen’s teeth, it is highly valuable and the material that John covers is absolutely priceless. You will see John Bedini in a completely unrestrained form unlike anything you have ever seen from him. He holds back on nothing and is completely forward and blunt about each and every claim he makes.


Over 700 Volts from the Kromrey Generator

There have already been a few posts/videos on shorting coils and they’re relationship to the Kromrey Generator. To show the potential, no pun intended, of shorting the Kromrey Generator coils, another video is available.

You can see that over 700 volts AC is available by shorting it’s small generator coils or almost 600 volts DC from the same coils.

Get Peter Lindemann’s presentation on the Kromrey Generator here: http://bedinisg.com

Matt Motor Mod

Matthew Jones Motor Modification
Matthew Jones Motor Modification

In a recent post here, a three battery system was described that produces work while keeping the batteries charged up.

It uses the three battery system that John Bedini has taught for years and it uses a small inexpensive scooter motor that is rewound in a simple way.

Matthew Jones has videos to show this at this link – read that whole page! http://emediapress.com/2017/12/30/another-self-running-system/

Recently, I purchased two of the motors myself and will rewind one so I can have a pulsed motor to run the Kromrey Generator. It has a regular steady DC motor and I was going to put a Zero Force Motor on it, but because of the lack of time, the Matt Motor Modification is the most practical way to quick results.

After you watch Matt’s videos, the above picture will make sense. Make sure to read this entire thread, but to get a jump start on results, read the thread from early December of last year until now. You’ll see some images I posted and I’ll be reporting my results and will post videos to show that what Matt has taught everyone it can be replicated, it’s inexpensive and relatively simple.

Here’s a shortcut to the forum posts: http://www.energeticforum.com/renewable-energy/10610-3-battery-generating-system.html but make sure to read that link above!

You can buy the motor right here with free shipping!  Make sure it is the MY1016: https://www.ebay.com/itm/MY1016-Electric-Motor-36VDC-2750RPM-350W-12-5A-Bicycle-Skooter-12-Teeth-NEW/192406184087?siteId=0&pguid=11e4d7111600a884f533f223fff8ec27&AdChoicePreference=true&rmvSB=true

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Shorted Coils Part 2

First we posted about the Kromrey Generator speeding up when the generator coils are shorting out: http://emediapress.com/2017/12/20/kromrey-generator-speeds-up-when-shorted-out/

Second we posted Shorted Coils Part 1 to get into some of the concepts about this here: http://emediapress.com/2017/12/29/shorted-coils-part-1/

Here is Shorted Coils Part 2, which shows a couple benefits of why you would even want to do it, possibly, in some of your own builds. You wind up with more output from your coils while simultaneously unloading the prime mover. We’ll show a bit more on the Kromrey with a few more experiments in another video soon:

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Kromrey Generator Speeds Up When Shorted Out

Kromrey Generator
Kromrey Generator

The Kromrey Generator is one of the most interesting generators that has made it to the public. Although it has never been mass produced, enough researchers and developers have built them to demonstrate that it definitely has some anomalous properties. John Bedini is one of those geniuses that has been involved with the Kromrey Generator before most have ever heard of it as well as having built many variations that hold up to the claims of the inventor.

At the 2016 Energy Science & Technology Conference, Peter Lindemann presented a large-scale Bedini SG that ran itself and kept its batteries charged up as well as demonstrating John’s 2 Pole larger Kromrey Generator. In the demonstration, it showed that the input motor drew about 32 watts while charging a battery with 72 watts. That is about twice as much output as what was being supplied to the input. Peter’s presentation that goes into the operation of this machine is available here titled Bedini SG – Beyond the Advanced Handbookhttp://bedinisg.com

On that same website is the third SG book called Bedini SG – The Complete Advanced Handbook and that goes into a lot of the details on the Kromrey Generator as well.

Below is a video where I show a simple video of the machine actually speeding up as the output is shorted – normally, this would create so much counter-torque that it will make it very difficult for the input motor to turn. Instead, it actually climbs 50-60 rpm while the input power actually drops! There is a simple reason for this but there are other anomalous aspects that conventional science cannot explain such as the demonstration results that Peter showed at the conference. The below video also gives a few closeups of the Kromrey Generator that John Bedini built (one of them) as well as an error that I discovered in the Kromrey Generator patent that nobody has ever pointed out until now.

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Share this video with your friends with the share buttons below – not everyone has seen a generator that actually unloads the prime mover when it is shorted out! Please understand the significance of this machine is profound. Imagine a gas generator set running and you turn on some lights powered by the generator but the gas engine stays the same RPM. That means that it doesn’t take more electricity to power a load. I still consider this technology in its infancy and there is a lot of room for improvements, which may be coming out in the near future.

Poor Man’s Split the Positive Battery Swapper by RS Stafford

Poor Man's Split the Positive Battery Swapper by RS Stafford
Poor Man’s Split the Positive Battery Swapper by RS Stafford

At last year’s conference, Peter Lindemann demonstrated a Bedini SSG energizer that produced a lot of mechanical work all weekend and the batteries stayed charged up!

It worked beautifully and was done with an automated circuit that rotates the batteries in a certain way but most people do not have the know-how to be able to build that circuit.

At this year’s conference, RS Stafford replicated this battery swapping method with circuit breaks and other common parts from his local hardware store. It’s inexpensive and very, very simple to build. This is the machine that ANYONE can make work if they just follow some simple wiring diagrams and RS’s instructions.

Let me explain the Split the Positive concept… lf I were to ask someone – even someone with a background in electronics or electricity if a light bulb would light up if it were placed between the positives of the batteries as shown to the left, they would say no.

Let’s say they are 1.5 volt AA batteries. The two in series makes 3 volts and the other single battery is 1.5 volts by itself. Well, 3 volts – 1.5 volts in opposition means there is still a voltage potential difference of 1.5 volts between the positives. A LED bulb for example will indeed light up because potential differences are what are important in electricity and NOT polarity.

Here’s an important thing to understand – while the bulb is lit up, the current from the two batteries in series is charging up battery #3. Therefore, if battery #3 is dead, it will charge up as the bulb is lit. When it is charged, it can move to the position of #1 or #1 batteries and one of the batteries #1 or #2 can be placed into the #3 position and it will get charged up while the bulb is lit. So you can see that by constantly rotating these batteries, you actually wind up with way more load powering capability than you would get if you just ran the bulb on a single battery until it’s dead and do that for the other two batteries.

John Bedini came up with this method years ago after studying the concepts in the famous Ed Gray motor, which had a similar process, but with much higher voltages. The above example has been known as Bedini’s 3 Battery system and very few people have ever understood the profound implications of it.

Now when you combine this concept with a highly efficient Bedini Energizer where you can recover a high percentage of what goes into the system in addition to getting some extra electricity from some generator coils that have very low drag, you have the keys to be able to produce mechanical or electrical work while making up for virtually all its own losses. That means you have a simple system that keeps itself charged up and you can create the battery swapping part of the system with parts from your local hardware store!

Our power grid is doomed to crash and you will be at a very strong advantage with what RS is teaching you here in this presentation.

Split the Positive
Split the Positive

Learn more here: http://emediapress.com/rsstafford/battery/

Zero Force Motor by Yaro Stanchak

Zero Force Motor by Yaro Stanchak
Zero Force Motor by Yaro Stanchak

Yaro Stanchak made history at the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference by presenting the background history, John Bedini’s lab notes, and all other details necessary to replicate the Zero Force Motor.

The Zero Force Motor was one of John Bedini’s most coveted technologies and was instrumental in his early development of a magnetic model that influenced his work all the way to recent times.

This is a highly efficient motor that can go high speeds while drawing very little current. It also operates on some interesting principles that have most people scratching their heads.

This presentation is now available so you can have the most comprehensive collection of information on the Zero Force Motor that has ever been assembled.

Zero Force Motor by Yaro Stanchak
Zero Force Motor by Yaro Stanchak

Learn more at: Zero Force Motor

John Bedini Surplus Electronics for Sale

Here is a video showing some of the things that are available for sale in a storage locker. Most is of course in boxes, but we’re showing what is out in the open first. We’ll get to the boxed up stuff later.

If you’re interested in anything that you can see, make an offer and email it to the email listed in the video.

Al Francoeur – Owner of Ed Gray Motors Interview 2017-05-14

Aaron Murakami, Al Francoeur, Paul Babcock
Aaron Murakami, Al Francoeur, Paul Babcock

Al Francoeur has been involved with energy technologies since the 1980’s and is the inventor of several interference generators that operate with reduced back emf.

He is the owner of several E.V. Gray Motors that were later converted to run conventionally. There are some clues in these motors and an original power supply, which appears to have never been tampered with. Al has found a few clues as to the original operating method and will be sharing his perspective on these aspects of the Ed Gray Motor technology at the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference.

Mark McKay is a researcher that has traveled the country visiting Ed Gray’s family, friends, engineers, etc. and has revealed his historical findings in these presentations: http://evgrayrevealed.com/

Al’s presentation will be a perfect companion to Mark’s presentations and will be released after the upcoming conference.

Come meet Al Francoeur at the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference – there are only 8 seats remaining: http://energyscienceconference.com

John Bedini Kron Tribute by Davy Oneness

Thanks to Davy Oneness for creating this tribute video to John Bedini.

For John Bedini’s website, visit http://johnbedini.net