John Bedini ran a pulsed motor/energizer type of machine that charged a capacitor and then dumped the capacitor to a very specially arranged battery bank on the back end and he could swap a battery from the back to the front and repeat that indefinitely.
The AquaCure machine generates this high energy bio-available gas called HydrOxy that our bodies need to heal from disease and wounds, and prevent and reverse the symptoms of aging.
He has been called the Godfather of free energy. A man who in the 1960s and 70s built fuel free power generators which could power the home, and flying discs Continue Reading
Here are the latest pictures for Eric Dollard’s Colorado Springs scale model built by Bruce Gavin. This will be for a demonstration at the 2019 Energy Science & Technology Conference Continue Reading
Eric Dollard’s presentation Theory, Calculation & Operation of Colorado Springs Tesla Transformer, which will be given at the 2019 Energy Science & Technology Conference in July, will be the most comprehensive Continue Reading
ANNOUNCEMENT – DR. JACK HANLON’S UPCOMING PRESENTATION This is a quick 3 minute heads up on what Dr. Jack Hanlon’s presentation at the 2019 Energy Science & Technology Conference will Continue Reading
As we know from medical ultrasound, sound waves can penetrate our bodies without causing harm, and they are much more energy efficient than lasers. This means that this technology could be safely used inside the body to move things around.
Continued from 2 weeks ago (HERE), the rotor is placed in the bottom bearing to set height, then shims are installed. End plate is assembled, bearings tightened, shims are then removed. Completed core assembly is mounted on the generator base plate. The shop crane makes it much easier to maneuver the 130 lb. core.
SURGE is a documentary featurette film that highlights the story of an American family of inventors building a Tesla inspired clean energy device while living in Morocco. In this Continue Reading
Go along for an adventure that is highly entertaining, educational and fun, with breathtaking as well as heartbreaking scenes of Morocco, and what it’s like doing business in Morocco (paperwork, paperwork, paperwork) in part 1. In Part 2, as in all the QEG Real World episodes, is the technical stuff for the engineers showing the equipment, the device and the process of building from scratch.