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Status Report: April 2006

A report by Rick Friedrich of the status of the Directory:Bedini SG. He seems convinced that there are many convincing replications (including his own) of the technology that show a harvesting of energy from outside of the system. Discusses the importance of understanding and distinguishing "two energies."

Includes a There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2] by project founder, Sterling D. Allan and a further response by Rick in a new page entitled: There was an error working with the wiki: Code[3].

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Report

Preface by Sterling D. Allan

April 29, 2006

I commenced Directory:Bedini SG a couple of years ago as a quasi open source project (commercial applications must be cleared through John), with the permission of John Bedini. I am glad to see the number of replications that ensued, the extensive dialogue that has taken place, and the learning that it has promoted.

I, myself, got burnt out on the project in early 2005, when I could not satisfy myself that excess energy was coming into the set-up from outside the set-up (radiant energy, or whatever it is properly called). Yes, I built the first replication in this project, but in all of my experimentation, I never saw results that for me concluded that energy was being harnessed from outside the system. There were many fascinating and unusual effects, which were enjoyable to observe and report.

My quest is for economical energy solutions, not just free energy of any kind. That is why I founded the There was an error working with the wiki: Code[4] listings. I did not see this Bedini SG project as being one that would result anytime soon in economical energy harvesting. If there is energy being harvested, the price of doing so would still be much more costly than solar. I'm in pursuit of something far more efficient.

I have been distanced enough from following the discussions and replications and research being reported on the various discussion lists regarding this Bedini SG topic that I am not in a position to give any kind of synopsis about its current status.

I was therefore grateful to read Rick Freidrich's post below.

While I think he would be better off to dispense of the attitude (politics of personality clashes, etc) and just report on the science, this report does bear merit of his perspective of where things are at presently. I have therefore edited out the politics, with a link to the original post for those interested.

He apparently believes that several people, including himself, have succeeded in harnessing energy through this set-up. However, his threshold of expectation for efficiency and usefulness seem to be quite different than mine. For that I applaud him. It takes this kind of optimism and patience to pioneer a new technology. While practical usefulness on a par with other energy technologies that are available may yet be years away, he obviously believes that this is an approach worth pursuing.

-- Congress:Member:Sterling D. Allan (SilverThunder 14:44, 29 Apr 2006 (EDT))

Rick Freidrich Reports on the State of the Bedini SG Project

The following was posted here at PESWiki on April 25, 2006. The unedited text of this post by Rick Friedrick is available here. The following excerpt [omit/include selection by Sterling] emphasizes the science, and omits the personal politics. The Bedini_SG list was on around message 4350 at the time this was announced.

Dear Bedini_SG list,

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[...]John, Peter and others [have made] claims at success.

[...]This technology works as claimed [...]

All your posts make the claim that no one has replicated anything of any significance. You ignore all the testimony I have given. And all the others have given. Several people have opened up their shops to show the public replications. {Sterling interjects: Let's create a listing of people who are willing to let people come see their replications.} John has been the first and has done so for over 20 years! I know several of you who have visited and he was willing to show them everything, and did do it. [...] Others have done the same. You are after OU and charging two batteries for the price of one. I showed you how to do this long ago [...]

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See the following website for the book: TruthInHeart.com Several people on the SG list have ordered and received this very book. [...] This was a service I provided for this research because the publisher no longer exists.

[...]

[...] Sterling long ago did the replication. You see the results he showed.

[...] The purpose of this list was to show the two energies.

[...] Go back to Sterling's data and setup. He has nothing hidden or secret about his setup. You all can build that easily as he did. Do the same tests. Then rest in the fact that something else is charging the secondary batteries than just regular electron flow. You don't have to see the secondary battery charge faster or at the same rate as the primary discharges to see this either. Just do the math. [...] {Sterling interjects: See my preface comments above, in which I say that I do not believe I was able to prove that energy was coming into the system.}

[...] What does it take to rotate such a wheel and power the circuit? Show me some other circuit that can drive a fan or produce that mechanical while another battery gets fully charged. I showed that I can take a computer fan apart and remove the efficient circuit, and hook up a Bedini SG to it and run it at the same speed or faster with less watts WHILE charging another battery 1 to 1! Who can do that? I showed you how to do it. And I could show you more if you had some respect. I told you how I could drive my furnace fan blower with SG circuits while charging 1 to 1 with junkyard batteries. Just imagine what I could do with low impedance new batteries! Yes, the older and more sulfated a battery gets the higher its resistance therefore the less it receives this technology and radiant charge. [...]

[...] If you are able to get electron flow to produce work at the same time that radiant energy is triggered, you can make the radiant do just as much or more work as the electron flow does. You must see the difference. John has showed us how to convert the radiant into electron flow. It is all over his website, Tom Bearden's website and books, and in John's numerous models he has shown the public. It is in big bold print what the converter or transducer is [...]

[...] Battery rotation [...] doesn't work very well with the SSG circuit. [...] THAT IS NOT THE ONLY CIRCUIT [...]!!! You were not meant to merely rotate batteries. Yes you can and still get some results, but that misses the point about the two energies. The Radiant needs to be converted first to be used again efficiently in the SSG. That is very easy to do and has been shown in different ways [...]. It is so obvious it is ridiculous that people do not understand. [...] Read the history [...] Read John's book! [...] Read the keelynet posts [...] in context. There you [will see] that you [can] swap around the dual battery setup. WHY??? This was the kind of setup John would swap around. [...] Just because John gave the SSG setup does not mean that it has to do everything you want it to. Nor does it mean it is useless unless it does that. [...] Read the context of the keelynet posts or the SSG posts. It is very easy to convert the negative or radiant energy into positive energy to be used on the front end with or without battery swapping. I have shown several ways to do that for NOTHING! NO LOSSES!!

The SSG project is COMPLETED. [...] It does what John said it would do. [...] Understand this other kind of energy and what OU means or 1 to 1 charging. What if I said to you that you could charge a big battery with a very small one at the front end? What if that charged 1 to 1? What if the battery was 100 times more capacity on the back end? [...] Even Clive, who claims now that bulbs lit up under load testing don't mean anything significant, refused for the longest time to build the inverted circuit because he said it was impossible to work. After much writing him he finally did build it and saw it did run contrary to his expert knowledge and experience (as claimed). [...] See [...] what John has been saying all along. The meters do not show you the ether flow or radiant energy WHILE the machine is running. You can use the meters to see what is flowing and see it isn't much. Then you can use your meters to see what goes into loads like bulbs run after the machine is turned off. You can see that more work is done than is supposed to happen according to standard theory. [... You would be able] to see more work done, so you would be able to improve upon that efficiency. [...] The truth is out and demonstrated. And people will run with it.

The conclusion of the matter is as follows:

There are two energies in this Simplified School Girl setup. Tom Bearden in Energy From the Vacuum tells us what they are in full (also on his website).

One is organized and the other is not. One is hot electricity and the other is cold which can boil a battery at room temperature. One is mass and is heavy and the other is just the opposite. There are some 25 different properties to learn about in this energy comparison. One, positive energy, is what you put in the front end, and negative energy is what comes out. You can't put negative energy back into the front and expect it to be working right as John said (this is not the circuit to do that). A battery will not properly convert the energy. BUT A CAPACITOR WILL! Thus you cannot just swap around batteries without transducing the energy first.

The negative energy does not show up on a meter. Thus when you charge a battery with this kind of energy (which has to be done the right way) you will see that you will get more work out of the battery under a load test then what you put into it (according to your meters and standard conventional theories). This shows you the two energies, and their differences. They are not compatible. Regular electron flow diminishes radiant energy flow when together.

Free radiant energy is about overpotential setups where two different potentials exist momentarily under the right switching circumstances where the vacuum rushes in the area of lower potential to fill it up (as opposed to electron flow charging/filling). The vacuum wishes for equilibrium, and when we sort of trick it with overpotentials we can get it to charge up batteries or run loads. This is what John has done in all his circuits. Each circuit does it in its own way. Each has a specific purpose. No circuit has all the options.

The SSG is a radiant mechanical oscillator and not technically a motor. There is a very narrow window in which to find optimum charging rates for the secondary battery while the draw on the front end is least. However, the SSG can also perform limited motor work such as a fan. While putting a small load on the setup you are able to actually get better efficiencies in most setups. I personally have been able to scale up with multitransistor and coil setups and run large mechanical loads while charging batteries still around 1 to 1. I have run fans that take 1 horsepower to run normally. The mechanical possibilities are not insignificant. However, the primary purpose is to be a mechanical oscillator.

There are many variations of this setup which I have replicated successfully. There are advantages to every setup. But you must appreciate the primary purpose of this project to appreciate them and successfully utilize them. Going back to the original School Girl will take you to the next step in this technology. As you follow the history over the last 22 years you will see more and more how it works and how to use it.

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Respectfully,

Rick Freidrich

Replies

(Please stick to facts, and refrain from perpetuating the human personality drama by making personal attacks.)

Further Comments by Rick

Sterling, I have some comments to make about your edit and your Preface. But first I will give you the basic history as I see it. If you're going to allow the Bedini_SG list to continue posting their views of history I hope that for all the work I have done you will allow this additional statement which I think you will find most interesting.

For the rest of this discussion see the following page There was an error working with the wiki: Code[5]

See also

- Directory:Bedini SG

- Directory

- Main Page

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