Last year, Peter Lindemann demonstrated a self-recharging system invented by Carlos Benitez, which is the apparent origin of self-recharging battery systems.
This year, Peter demonstrated a method John Bedini used to keep a battery bank charged up while running his monopole motors. The method had been mentioned in the past in online forums, but nobody seemed interested enough to actually explore the reality to it.
I personally witnessed this method nearly 20 years ago at one of John’s shops affectionately nicknamed the “Palace” because of its interesting interior layout. Below is a picture of the EXACT machine that John Bedini accomplished this with. I also include a 12 minute video where I show you the machine in a video and give a basic explanation of the self-recharging process.
It was done most often with a plexiglass rotor where the coils were on both sides of the face of the rotor rather than at the circumference. It charged a large cap bank, which was then discharged to output bank. A battery was then shuttled back and forth between the front and back indefinitely without ever having to place them on a regular charger to charge them up since the machine and its setup accomplished this.
This demonstration unit that Peter showed kept its battery bank charged up all throughout the conference one one single charge. During the presentation, the monopole is running and he describes how the battery bank is arranged.
Attendees from 9 countries and from 48 out of 50 states helped make this year’s 8th Annual Energy Science & Technology Conference another magical experience. There were about 20 presentations from an amazing group of speakers including Dr. James DeMeo, Prof. Robert Haralick, Dr. Jack Hanlon, Eric Dollard and many others.
The presentations will be produced in digital downloads available through Clickbank like usual and this begins next week with the editing. We may start releasing them by the end of next week. The goal is to make 2-3 available per week until they’re all available.
Here are just a few pictures to give you a glimpse of what happened this weekend. There are a lot more to come including some slideshows.
Here are a few comments from some of the attendees:
“For all of what you have done. It was our first time and we will walk away with networking opportunities and a large amount of knowledge. Thanks to you and the great presenters.” – Terry & Jake
“I just wanted say how much I enjoyed this years conference. Thank you to you and all your team for all your efforts in putting it on and making it possible. Your work and events like the ESTC are part of what it’s going take to bring about the changes the world so badly needs. So keep up the good work. I learned a lot and enjoyed meeting like minded people from all over North America and different parts of the world. I found the staff at the Eagles very accommodating and friendly. You have a perfect venue…… Also thanks to you, Paul, Jeff and Peter I have information on how to get my MWO working properly and have already started making changes.” – Jim C.
“Just want to mention that my first experience at the 2019 ESTC was very positive. Thanks to you and the hardworking team behind the scenes, I can say that the 2019 ESTC was a success. The presentations were insightful and the networking opportunities made it worthwhile. I believe it was time well spent. Looking forward to the 2020 ESTC.” – Roul M.
“That was my second year at ESTC and it was #AWESOME. Thanks so much for all the hard work from your and the community. I appreciate it. I mentioned to you that I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to purchase that Kit that you and Adam are putting together. Consider me committed and on a list, if there is one. I’ll just follow the instructions once I see them. Thanks again. I’m looking forward to next year.” – Michael E.
“The conference exceeded all expectations!” – Adam B.
There are a lot more updates to come as time permits.
NOTE: This machine was demonstrated at the 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference (ESTC) but there was no formal presentation. It was only explained to attendees who were interested enough to ask Peter Lindemann questions about it back in the vendor/demo room. This machine is a very small powered demonstration, but proves the point and kept itself charged up all weekend while running a motor/generator. This EXACT circuit from 100 years ago is the foundation for several well-known circuits that have been taught by John Bedini and others over the years – you are being handed the origin of where much of it came from.
Between 1915 and 1918, Carlos F. Benitez was issued 4 British Patents on a “System for the Generation of Electric Currents.” It was the early days of the “electrical era” and many experimenters were claiming new ways to produce useful electrical effects. But this was different. Benitez was claiming to be able to run light bulbs and motors from batteries that never needed to be re-charged from a conventional, external source.
By this time, the Laws of Thermodynamics had become widely taught, and so most electrical engineers did not take these claims seriously. Even today, 99% of scientists and engineers believe this is impossible, under any circumstances.
Here’s why: Classic electrical theory assumes that when a load is operated in the manner shown here, the load RL receives ½ of the power provided by the 12 volt supply, and the 6 volt battery wired in reverse receives the other half as a charging effect. Since the battery being charged only receives ½ of the energy supplied by the source, rotating the batteries back and forth runs them all down in a conventional manner.
So, it is curious to find this quote in one of Benitez’s Patents:
“Obviously the current furnished by the discharge of battery 1-2 alone, would produce a smaller charge in batteries 3-4, if some extra energy were not added to the normal output of said battery 1-2. With this object in view any of the known methods for the generation of high frequency currents, as well as those described in the aforementioned English Patents, can be employed in conjunction with said batteries, in order to provide that complementary energy, and in this manner it is always possible to charge and discharge alternately each battery from one to the other, maintaining constant a storage of electricity and producing furthermore an excess of electrical energy.”
On the Patents, Benitez is referred to as a civil engineer, living in Guadalajara, Mexico. So, while he may not have been earning his living in the electrical sciences, he certainly was familiar with both classic electrical theory and the benefits of his discoveries!
For any honest student, the questions become: Was Benitez mistaken, or did he discover something important? And if so, HOW is this possible??
Benitez was issued 4 Patents, and each one describes a different circuitry and method to accomplish the objects of the invention, which included running external loads AND returning the electrical source to its initial state of charge simultaneously. Since there was no dispute about how much energy was being dissipated by running the loads, the following conclusion may be drawn:
Benitez discovered that it was possible to return a battery to a higher energy state with fewer watt-hours delivered to it than classic electrical theory would predict, as long as that energy was applied to the battery under the correct conditions and in the proper manner.
Today, we would describe this as the ability to charge a battery at a COP > 1.
As John Bedini always said, the “gain” showed up in the battery. The circuits themselves always operated at an efficiency below 100%.
If we assume that in the circuits that had two banks of batteries in them, the charging batteries were receiving about ½ of the energy provided by the run batteries, then the circuitry had to overcome the loss of running the loads and the loss of running the circuitry itself. In this instance, the system would have to be able to produce a charging effect in the receiving batteries equal to 2.2 times the watt-hours provided, or a charging COP > 2.2 for the system to self-sustain indefinitely.
So, the GOAL for an operating system is to attain a battery charging efficiency with a COP > 2.2!
That said, there are other ways to accomplish the goals of the invention, but “super-efficient” battery charging is definitely one of the ways. For students familiar with the work of John Bedini, this method is the best documented and published on, as well.
NOTE: This presentation gives you the EXACT schematic to replicate Peter Lindemann’s circuit that he demonstrated at the 2018 ESTC, operating theory, supporting diagrams and complete explanations of how to operate it. Also, there are multiple URL shortcuts inside the zip file that are highly relevant to this technology. Some are to other presentations and some are to specific discussions at Energetic Forum.
At the 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference, more revelations are disclosed about the last one year of experiments with the Zero Force Motor.
Within this follow up presentation, you will find all the specs, which should be considered a standard built for more experiments to get start with. It works and has already been proven out by Yaro Stanchak and James McDonald.
Yaro also shares the differences in more detail on attractive vs repulsive mode and how this looks diagrammatically so the viewer can benefit from these findings. A thorough walk-through on the Zero Force Motor’s timing characteristics of the magnet’s geometry in relation to the coil geometry is covered. This is very important and cannot be stated enough – timing is crucial and can make or break your results.
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Keep in mind this is a developmental process and there are no free energy claims. It is a novel motor with unique aspects that have not been used or exploited in conventional motors and bit by bit, the potential of what this machine is capable of is slowly revealing itself.
Pay close attention to the date in the table presented by Yaro. You may find there is more than meets the eye. And you will definitely see that at certain RPMs, which may indicate some resonant points that you will see the Hidden Dance happening within the machine as Yaro shows on the scope.
There is also a difference in the characteristics of how the motor operates in relation to its waveforms that are measurable if the ZFM is running on a battery compared to a linear current power supply. In other words, there appears to be advantages to running it on a battery compared to a power supply. Professor Robert Haralick during questions points out a very plausible reason for this and that is that when running, the ZFM is producing longitudinal waves that are accepted by the battery(s) but the linear amp power supply cannot.
This would be completely consistent with John Bedini’s experience over the years with experiments on the Bedini SG when running on and charging batteries, which have shown unusual input vs output ratios and most of this disappears when running these machines on conventional power supplies. It has been stated over the years that the battery is very important as part of the open system and once again, these ZFM experiments shown by Yaro seem to indicate the same results.
Here are a few of the subjects that Yaro will show in this presentation:
Introduction and Brief Review Of Zero Force Motor Design and Operation
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.
Matthew Jones and Dave (Turion) at Energetic Forum have been working on this concept for years starting with the “Tesla Switch” and related circuits and have put countless messages into the forum freely sharing their work with diagrams, videos, pictures and data. Others like Bob French, Wantomake and others have studied this work and have made incredible progress.
This has been going on for years but is coming to the point where it is simply a relatively easy way to build a system that keeps its batteries charged up. And, this is at the point where it is simply undeniable any longer.
And then study Matthew Jones’ videos on how to modify a scooter motor for the project: https://www.youtube.com/user/mjones7947/videos There are 8 relevant videos there so subscribe to his channel and give his videos a thumbs up to show your appreciation for his sharing!
If you don’t know where to start, grab a drink, put on your seatbelt and read both threads start to finish. It will take you hours, but how much is a self running system worth to you? It works, I know several people who have built this exact system (them) and someone that has even verified their work.
There is more to come, but that should keep you busy for a while. I hope you see the value in this and the implications of what it means.
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.
There may be more of these coming! Seattle has a huge population so many people will have an opportunity to learn more about what our community has been up to. If you know anyone in the Seattle area, send them these links. Of course, you can watch these online from anywhere.
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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