Last year, Mike Clarke presented on his RPG machine that he co-developed with his partner Norm and with the assistance of Paul Babcock. It ran for many months after one charge of the batteries and it has kept itself charged up ever since and that is with it running at thousands of RPM while the generator produces steady work.
This year, he presented on the Renaissance Motor developed by Norm but also gave more details on his tests with the RPG, which is essentially an air core Bedini SG scaled up and running on 60 volts. He shows some data on it running and how the batteries simply stay charged up. The principles are right there with the air core and higher voltages than most Bedini SG machines are run but this is the window that is necessary to start exploiting these methods that John Bedini has taught for years.
Part of the 2020 Energy Science & Technology Conference series (77 mins downloadable video).
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