COMBO – Overunity Disclosure & Floyd Sweet’s Vacuum Triode Amplifier


This combo package includes two presentations by Graham Gunderson from the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference

1. Overunity Disclosure
2. Floyd Sweet’s Vacuum Triode Amplifier

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Overunity Disclosure

Overunity or “free energy” results have evaded countless people over many years and for good reason. The average hobbyist simply does not have the time, experience or equipment necessary to perform the proper measurements in order to even know what they are looking at; it is definitely not as simple as it seems.

In my case, I worked full-time for years to research this field full time, travel around and verify inventors’ claims as well as developing my own innovations for which two patents were granted.

Out of all of the technologies built by other people that I was tasked to verify, there was only one that was verifiably overunity, which was a system similar to the famous Floyd Sweet “VTA” but in this device, it charged up the battery bank of an electric car using ambient energy. It took a week to charge its batteries, but it worked.

Since there is so much complexity in this quest for overunity and it isn’t attainable by most people, I wanted to present something that the average tinkerer can actually build and verify and that is exactly what I presented at the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference.

It is a simple transformer with simple off-the-shelf parts configured in a specific way so that there is a “motional” or moving magnetic field and it is that moving field that allows this transformer to demonstrate overunity performance – and how it does this as if it is alive and breathing.

Now this overunity is barely overunity, so please don’t be disappointed that it won’t run your house because the purpose of this is to educate you on some basic principles of magnetics that you probably won’t see spelled out this simply anywhere else. If you want to get to overunity, you at least have to get to unity in order to reach MORE than unity. It is necessary to take these first steps because as evidenced by the profound lack of overunity results online, we need to learn the basic features of magnetic overunity if we’re going to succeed using the powerful stuff that comes up after these first steps.

This overunity transformer is also solid state so there are no moving parts, which make it simpler to build and it is fairly straightforward. That means there are no smoke and mirrors or hidden black boxes to it. It is exactly what it looks like – a transformer with a core and windings.

The equipment used to measure this shows you that the magnetic field is moving and I don’t mean it is simply turning off and on. “Moving” means it is a motional magnetic field that doesn’t stay in the same place and this slight motion is enough to elicit overunity results. And please understand that this particular transformer design that will be revealed to you is in its infancy so who knows where you might be able to take it.

(Description by Graham Gunderson)

Part of the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference series (94 mins downloadable video).

Floyd Sweet’s Vacuum Triode Amplifier

One of the presenters could not make it to the conference so John Bedini and I filled up that time with two presentations. This was the first of those two and there was no time to prepare, but I think you’ll agree that the information shared here is very rare and valuable.

For almost 20 years, I have spent countless hours studying Floyd Sweet’s VTA (Vacuum Triode Amplifier) claims, diagrams, etc. In all of that research, real experiments on my bench show me that there is some truth to Floyd Sweet’s claims. His overunity claims were unusually high but at the bare minimum, I have been able to figure out and prove that there are certain properties to the Barium Ferrite magnets that hardly anyone has ever discussed.

Barium Ferrite magnets can be programmed to resonate at specific frequencies. When they do this, their magnetic field is actually moving because of the intrinsic instability in the barium atom. There were claims that Floyd Sweet’s magnets were conditioned to have a moving “bubble” but that isn’t nearly the whole story. However, there definitely is a moving component to the magnetic field in these magnets and you’ll hear an in depth discussion about this very profound principle.

There is also quite a bit of discussion that I share with the audience on permanent magnets in general and other aspects of magnetism that is not generally known – not even by most engineers and this presentation will empower you with this knowledge.

Imagine having a magnet whose field can move, even though the magnet stays still. Of course, any time a magnetic field is moving, we have an electrical generator. Other generators force us to move the magnets, even using a gas engine to propel their motion, but this magnet doesn’t have to move one bit. Only its field is moving while the magnet holds still. Part of the force propelling its field to move is taken from the ambient energy that is all around us. If you adapt this to various coils, this ability to use ambient energy to fuel the motion of the magnetic field can and will produce electricity.

that can cock itself like a trigger on a gun so that it is “biased” in one direction and imagine that this “cocking” action happens all by itself from nothing more than ambient energy that is all around us. Then, it gets to a critical point where it “fires” and it does this over and over and over. If you adapt this to various coils, this automatic action can and will produce electricity.

Both of these presentations stand alone but definitely compliment each other as they both discuss the motional magnetic field, which is the common denominator to some legitimate technologies that actually do demonstrate overunity performance.

(Description by Graham Gunderson)

Part of the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference series (59 mins downloadable video).


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