There are many technical details, drawings and theories relating to John Bedini’s work that he never openly shared. Some drawings he posted for a short time in some private groups, others he gave to myself and others and many of his ideas he only spoke of to those who were closest to him.
Recently, I started a discussion thread at Energy Science Forum called John Bedini’s Magnetic Model. The forum is a website that John Bedini and I started several years back, which is the official John Bedini forum. It’s not as popular as Energetic Forum, but the focus is narrower and it is a treasure trove of information.
I started to share a bit about John’s magnetic model, which is heavily related to the 23.5 degree tilt of the Earth and this is what is represented by the diagonal line that he has drawn in many coil and magnet diagrams. Below is an example:
Many of you have probably seen this image, but there are many that have been posted in the new discussion thread, which very few people have seen – and depending on the interest, more might be posted, which even many of his closest friends have never seen.
For now, there are some rare details posted about how John saw magnetic interactions as well as a bit of history that nobody has heard before. There will be more to come…
The images are all copyrighted by John Bedini so they are property of his family and are not to be reposted outside of Energy Science Forum.
Since 1977, the entire field of thermodynamics was upgraded with Ilya Prigogine’s Nobel Prize winning work to include Open System Thermodynamics. In a nutshell, it means that any system that is open with the environment can output more work than the operator has to supply.
Take note that contrary to the conventionally trained academic who is always quick to point out that there can’t be more output than input is making a false argument because that is not what is actually claimed by the inventors of legitimate free energy technologies.
More output than what the operator has to supply is not the same thing as claiming more output than was is going into the system. Obviously, this means there is other input from elsewhere that is not provided by the operator of the system.
It is often said that Prigogine’s work extended thermodynamics to include open systems, but the reality is that it did not extend thermodynamics, it corrected it. The reason for this is very simple – there is no such thing as a closed system and every single system is open.
The deeper reality is that every system is open – some are designed to make use of external input that is separate from the operator’s input and some are designed to only use the operator’s input.
If you have a flashlight and the battery has 10 units of potential energy to light the bulb, when the flashlight is on, minus losses, there will only be 10 units of light or less depending on efficiency. Efficiency is the ratio if TOTAL input vs INTENDED output. This is what is meant by a closed system because it does not utilize free environmental input such as gravity, heat, light, wind, water, etc…
If you take this flashlight and stick it deep into a snow bank that is freezing, the battery will interact with this cold environmental temperature and it will not power the light as long. That is because it is not a closed system after all and easily interacts with the environment outside of itself. If it was a closed system, the battery would continue to power the light irrespective of the environmental temperature that the flashlight is operating in.
Let’s look at an example of a child flying a kite. If the child inputs 10 units of energy and the wind inputs 90 parts energy for a certain period of time, that is 100 parts of energy total input. If 70% of all that input is lost in bad kite design, wind friction on the kite, etc… that means that only 30 units of energy were actual kite flying work accomplished. 100 parts of energy were input and 30 units of INTENDED work were done – that equals 30% efficiency.
That means 30 units of intended work were accomplished but the child only had to input 10 units of work. That is a 300% net GAIN in energy compared to what the operator had to pay for. The ratio of OPERATOR input compared to INTENDED work done is COP or Coefficient of Performance. In this case, the COP is 3.0. COP does not include free environmental input and this is how every heat pump is rated for example.
The kite flying example is a perfectly legitimate free energy system where the operator of the system got way more out of the system than what he had to put in. Again, notice that this is NOT more output than input, but more output than the operator had to contribute – meaning there is indeed extra free environmental input from somewhere.
Watch this excerpt from Peter Lindemann’s Open System Thermodynamics presentation for deeper elaboration on this concept. The next time a skeptic tells you that there can’t be more output than input and that anything like that would violate the laws of thermodynamics, please point them to this post and video because the fact is that they are making an illegitimate argument about something that was never claimed by those who have real free energy technologies.
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“Aaron, thanks for sending this, it was great to learn more about what my Grandfather was doing. As I mentioned when we spoke many years ago, I remember mowing the lawn with a mower with his engine on it. It must have been in 1979-80 as he showed me his new patents (which you have shown here) and was trying to describe how it was better than his first engine. The ONE thing I remember from our talks was that he said his patents were almost complete, but not enough for anyone to ever replicate it and I believe he even said he put a couple of things in there to throw people off so they couldn’t make it. But it is sad he was so un-trusting and would actually help build on his project with others. I wish I had the money at the time after he passed away, to have someone get the engine and send it to me in California. I would have no problem of sharing that with you as I would just like to see something come of it. So I am VERY excited to see if you can make something similar happen. I wish you all the luck and please keep me updated as to how you progress.
A little more info for you, when he was in the Coast Guard, he was an electronics genius and would work on various projects for them. He mentioned to me at one time of developing a space missile based on magnetics, that would launch missiles from a satellite. He also mentioned working on an atomic bomb and was present for various tests. One thing I actually saw, was a “gun” that shot “liquid” electricity (the way he explained it to me). I remember his shooting this “gun” at his fence in the backyard of his home in St Cloud, and the fence sparked when the “liquid electricity” hit it. He also gave me a box he developed that I could plug a light into it and I could physically hold the light under water with bare wires exposed, and have the box plugged into the wall. I was supposed to use it for my science fair at school, but my teachers wouldn’t let me use it. Another thing he developed was the “Electreat” which was a box he made for several of his friends which had a pair of “tongs” with metal pieces at the end that you would clamp around your finger with arthritis and it would help reduce the inflammation and pain associated with arthritis. As you can see he was very busy working on various projects all of the time, and yes, one of his loves was science fiction writing. I may still have one of his stories in storage somewhere, along with a book of poems he wrote! Heh!
WIN A RPX SIDEBAND GENERATOR BY DESIGNING A BRAND NEW LABEL FOR IT!
Here is what it looks like right now:
We are going to have the label printed right onto the black PVC case instead of using a sticker. We are leaning towards a black background, but we want your ideas!
Here are the graphics guidelines:
Printing: Offers full-color printing on most surfaces. In the unlikely event a surface is not eligible for full-color printing, they can pad print. Vector based artwork is required for printing. This includes, but is not limited to, Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, and .pdf or .eps files.
Ink Colors: Colors will be printed per your electronic artwork file. Artwork should be designed for the CMYK color space. If a PMS color value is requested, the CMYK equivalent will be printed. There may be a color shift in the process depending on the specific spot color. Black, red, and white ink is available for keypad printing.
The dimensions for the image that you submit must be 3.875 inches wide and 2 inches tall. It must be 1200 DPI. Of course if it is vectorized, we can adjust the dimensions slightly if needed. EPS is our primary choice for the format.
The primary text we want on the label is: RPX
Secondarily, it can also have: 3.1 Mhz Sideband Generator
You can decide if the electrode and pumpwave, battery input and audio input text is necessary – or if there is a way for you to make it look good.
We are accepting submissions in 1, 2 or 3 colors or even full color. If you can submit your design idea in all 4 of those, that is the most helpful.
If you use some kind of “frequency” or other background image from i-stock photo for example and your submission wins, we will go purchase the license fee for the graphic – just keep the link of what background image you used.
You can look at this video to get an idea of what the waveform looks like with the sidebands in case you want to design your own waveform based on the real waveform:
If your submissions wins, the copyright will be owned by A & P Electronic Media as this is to be considered a “work for hire” and will be free of any royalties.
If the graphic is larger than 10mb, please upload it to Dropbox and send us the link – or email it directly if it is small enough to: info@ (put the domain name for this website).
The deadline for submissions is February 7th, this coming Tuesday. This is only a few days because we hope to have the new label on the next production run of units.