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Latest Developments on the John Bedini "School Girl Radiant Energy Circuit and Motor" Project


Check here to see the latest major developments. If you've added a section to this project, list it here so others can find it.

Also, check in on the discussion list to see the latest there:

Most recent first.
(Times are relative to Greenwich Mean Time.)
Current time: 16:38 GMT


Monday, November 3, 2013


Saturday, December 7, 2013

  • Bedini-SG Machine: DVD series (Part 34) available - Not only are a number of the details from the previous private session fleshed out in even greater detail, but a lively Q & A with the audience in the packed auditorium will give you answers to probably some of the questions that you personally might have wanted to ask. (Free Energy Blog; December 7, 2013)

Monday, August 12, 2013

  • Featured: Organizations / Inventors >
    Best Kept Secret: Geoffrey S. Miller's Energybat Labs - His projects include: cold electricity; crystal batteries; centrifugal energy amplification; Tesla experiments, including a Tesla turbine; magnetic rail; Bedini energizer; Enerybat alternator; Newman magnet motor; Searl motor; Hull's fusion; Joule ringer; Energybat household 10kW generator; and the Energybat rotating solenoid motor. (PESWiki; August 12, 2013)

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Tuesday, March 26, 2013


November 26, 2012

March 17, 2012


July 2011

Friday, February 11, 2011

belated listing

Monday, February 7, 2011


November 13, 14, 2010

July 13, 2010

March 28, 2010

  • Bedini SSG without rotor. Fast. Simple. Noiseless. (video) - alexkor345 says "I managed to gather a simple scheme for semiconductor. My experiments have fully confirmed the conclusions of John Bedini. John is absolutely correct. Do not talk about COP> 1. It is necessary to sell a unique lucrative commodity. This "". But the range should cover the entire market for batteries. From the simple to the powerful. A very powerful alliance will provide radiant charging and electrolyzer. The resulting gas can be easily converted to any desired electrical output." (June 15, 2010)

Feb. 11, 2010

Feb. 9, 2010

  • Featured: Electromagnetic > Bedini >
    Bedini 10-coil energizer kits now available - Tony Craddock has posted a new infomercial video about the 10-coil energizer kit being manufactured by Rick Friedrich. Their purpose is to educate about Tesla's radiant energy technology, especially pertaining to its desirable effect on batteries, to rejuvenate them and charge them with much less input electricity required. (PESN; Feb. 9, 2010) (Comments)

Jan. 15, 2010


Dec. 3, 2009

June 2, 2009

  • Featured: Electromagnetic > Bedini SG >
    Magniwork free energy plans = bogus claim; say they'll remedy that - Magniwork has been selling a set of plans for a free energy device they say could be scaled to power an entire house. However, it turns out that the device is nothing more than the Bedini SG circuit, which, though interesting, has never been embodied in a self-looped system with energy left over for practical use. They've apologized and removed the Bedini stuff. (PESWiki; June 2, 2009)


June 23, 2008


September 27, 2007

  • Related Project > Lindemann Rotary Attraction Motor - Peter Lindemann has been coaching a forum in replicating a modified off-the-shelf motor, adding a Bedini-like circuit for improved efficiency, smoother running, and possible over-unity performance.

Feb. 16 2007

  • Related Project > Modified Bedini Cole Window motor - Mike (HMM) has posted a demonstrated video of a device which quickly became buzzed as "overunity," but he does not claim it to be such. Complete instructions provided. Many researchers presently seeking to replicate the effect.


Dec 1. 2006

Sep 23. 2006

  • Pulse Motor Demo, User Truthbeeknown has added an replication to YouTube [1]. --

Apr. 29, 2006

  • Bedini SG Status Report - A report by Rick Freidrich, who appears convinced that there are many convincing replications (including his own) of the technology that show a harvesting of energy from outside of the motor-generator system. Discusses the importance of understanding and distinguishing "two energies." With a Preface by Sterling; and a further response by Rick in a new page titled: Missing Historical Context

Jan. 12, 2006

  • Video of Perendev Magnet Motor and Bedini Motor replication - "I don't like the term perpetual-motion", says Sterling D. Allan. Whatever you might call it, the Perendev & Bedini Motors that Sterling brought to TeslaTech 2005 certainly caused a stir. (American AntiGravity; Jan. 12, 2006) [video]


Nov - Dec

Lots of activity on the Bedini_SG Yahoo!Group discussion list

Aug. 3

July 31

  • Project founder, Sterling D. Allan, presents "Bedini SG Open Source Project" review at the Extrordinary Technology Conference in Salt Lake City. See for DVD.

June 8

May 21

  • Bedini Monopole Project Update - List moderator, Rick Friedrich, says several people are claiming to have achieved over unity in their replication of Bedini's designs; and says that he is in process of documenting the design specifics as well as the results. (PESN)

April 25

April 10

March 8

March 6

March 5

Creation of an organized exhaustive summary page to help promote proper and thorough understanding of Bedini's theory and how to make his SG monopole machines the way he recommends.

March 3

Bedini announces that he will build a new machine in 4 days and display many pictures of the process. Bedini gives more explanation of his theory and restates that radiant energy in these systems is mass-less current. Tom Bearden has written in his latest book that if a battery was fully charged with mass-less current then it would weigh slightly less than when fully charged with regular current.

Feb. 26

Creation of a new SG Bedini Monopole forum for organized study and the creation of a exhaustive summary page:

Monday, Feb. 21

One of the updates to the circuit is the following. Add some small screw-in 6v bulbs and a bulb base. Wire the bulb base in series between the transistor base and the coil feedback winding. The bulb will act as a variable resistor as it lights and dims, balancing things out. John says he already mentioned to this group adding a bulb. And says you should have a resistor in series with this also. On the SG list RS also made the following suggestions. [[3]] "Replace the 680 ohm resistor, with a low value resistor, 10 ohms or so, in series with a 1K pot to tune it and a 12V - 14V 5ma -100ma Radio Shack lite bulb in series with the pot, for the trigger circuit, use what ever size lite bulb glows good, but it's resistance is not high enough create the extra pulses put a current meter on the drive batt feeding the circuit, and if you dont have a o-scope use a cheap AM radio, and adjust the pot up so that you have the lowest current draw, and the motor noise on the am radio is steady, once this point is reached, then any more adjustment up on the pot value will make the extra pulses and start pulling more current and the buzz on the am radio will change, back off a little and it will stablize at that lowest current draw point, with out the extra pulses if the magnets are to strong, and causing the extra pulses, then back off the coil from the rotor till the extra pulses go away and then you can tune it normal, with a little playing with it you will find that lowest current, highest rpm sweet spot and is EASY to hear on the radio when you go past that spot while tuning up on the pot, also the trigger lite bulb will start flashing when the extra pulses show up. On the SG 1n4007 output diode, to the output battery make it out of 5 or more parallel diodes."

This group has been extremely active on the discussion list from Feb. 3 as of the time of this report on Feb. 21, and appears it will be so for at least quite some time longer. John Bedini has been actively participating in the discussion, answering questions, testing theories, providing feedback. Several additional replications have been built. None yet have reported unambiguous evidence of radiant energy.

Saturday, Feb. 19

[[4]] Rick Friedrich reports slight overall gain in new SG setup with only three deep cell marine batteries.

Thursday, Feb. 3

  • John Bedini and Peter Lindemann's Medium and Large Motor-Energizer Project - Bedini team explains what they have been up to, and discuss what the Bedini SG was/is designed to accomplish as a teaching tool on the way to more advanced energy tapping technologies. Discuss new medium and large motor-energizers. Using 12-V 1600 Ah batteries. Lighting 1000 Watt array of bulbs.

Thursday, Jan. 20

  • Vlusta's rendition of SEBCAR OU - Scope shot given from a device operating similar to M. Charley's SEBCAR over unity claim. Says that Bedini published a similar scope shot several months ago.

Monday, Jan. 17

Friday, Jan. 14

Wednesday, Jan. 12

Tuesday, Jan. 11

  • M Charley's SEBCAR over unity claim - "Super Efficient Battery Charger And Re-energizer" variant of the Bedini SG said to operate in a mode of extracting more energy than it uses. Not yet independently replicated or verified.

Sunday, Jan. 9

Saturday, Jan. 8

  • Self-Running Bedini SG Variant - Using a damaged resistor, Marcus Wagner was able to plug the output straight into the input battery. Observed increase in voltage, with output-to-input current apparent over unity short-term. Photos and video.

Wednesday, Jan. 5

  • (belated report) SDA Exp. 19: New Coil and Wheel - Changed wheel from 22" diam 16 magnets to 16.5" diam 24 magnets. Changed coil from ~425 turns to ~1290 turns. New wheel spins faster on old coil, stabilizes more rapidly on new coil. Data compared. (covering Dec. 24 - 27)

Tuesday, Jan. 4

  • Robert Claypool - reported on Jan. 4 that he repolicated the Bedini SG via a laptop (?)
  • SDA Exp. 21: Thought I had it, but not yet - Solid state charge works better than rotational charge at the same charging current. For the spinning rotor scenario, I implemented most of John Bedini's recent suggestions. Neither test reveals over unity, though the solid state test looked at first like it was going to. 17 pp of data posted.

Monday, Jan. 3

Sunday, Jan. 2

  • Emmet Claims OU in Bedini SG - Says he has achieved over unity with several configurations since the third week of November. In process of conveying details.

Saturday, Jan. 1

  • Exp. 20.1: Like Balancing an Egg on End - Sterling reports a phenomenon in which a quasi-steady balance point is attained between solid state resonance and the first rotation speed. At that point, the meter jumps all over the place.
  • Flux Coil Test - Marcus reports the results of his slight modification of the Bedini SG. Data shows 175% efficiency, but certain factors are not being taken into consideration.


Friday, Dec. 31

  • Bedini OU Conclusion for Exp. 18 Retracted - Sterling posts YoTango's results and concedes that his (Sterling's) assumptions about Watt usage were flawed, and that an OU conclusion is not supported by Exp. 18.

Thursday, Dec. 30

  • So, you think you have free energy? What now? - 'YoTango' sets forth a recommended procedure for (1) confirming the claim and (2) publishing, to avoid shut-down. Says maintaining wheel rotation only consumes a fraction of a Watt.

Tuesday, Dec. 28

Monday, Dec. 27

Friday, Dec. 24

Wednesday, Dec. 22

  • Tuning Tips - John gives several tips on how to optimize the Bedini SG, from how to tune in the base resistor, to wire gauge modifications. He would like to see us get to the point that we can run a 500 W inverter.

Monday, Dec. 21

Sunday, Dec. 19

Saturday, Dec. 18

Friday, Dec. 17

Thursday, Dec. 16

  • Marcus' Replication - Belated index of his work since Nov. 19. Novel approach to kick starting solid state; measuring radiant spike. Happy 23 birthday.
  • SION Power - Developing a new generation of rechargeable lithium-sulfur batteries for mobile electronics and electric vehicles. We might want to try out their batteries on the Bedini SG.

Tuesday, Dec. 14

Monday, Dec. 13

  • Exp. 14.2 by Sterling Allan - Compares Steady State Discharge with Average Voltage Drop During Continuous Rotation of Conditioned Batteries. Dec. 3-10.

Saturday, Dec. 11

Friday, Dec. 10

Thursday, Dec. 9

Wednesday, Dec. 8

  • Battery Compilation - Commencing an index page to report which kinds of batteries have been tested and what the results were. To track the claim that some non-rechargeable batteries will charge via the Bedini SG.

Tuesday, Dec. 7

Monday, Dec. 6

  • Rick Friedrich's Profile - PESWiki participant in Bedini SG replication and director of Bearden book study group project.

Sunday, Dec. 5

  • "Oneness" 's replication - using two parallel wheels, achieving solid state resonance right off. First reported Dec. 5, 2004

Saturday, Dec. 4

Friday, Dec. 3

Wednesday, Dec. 1

Tuesday, Nov. 30

  • Continuous Rotation of Conditioned Batteries - Four batteries being charged in Bedini SG circuit, taking turns on input, show voltage drop slight enough to encourage the notion that external (e.g. "radiant" / "aetheric") energy is being tapped.

Monday, Nov. 29

Sunday, Nov. 28

  • Rotating without shut-off - Sterling posts a method he devised for rotating a back-end battery set to the front end, and the front-end to the back-end, without disconnecting the circuit, to minimize equilibration that usually occurs during disconnect.

Wednesday, Nov. 24

  • Pakis' Replication - Using solid state resonant mode since accomodations don't have room for wheel. Toying with LI batteries (caution).
  • Same Charge Current with Three Different Input Scenarios Shows Uniform Charging Speed - Each schenario delivered 0.040 amps +/- .001 to the receiving battery. One scenario entailed the wheel rotating at nearly twice the speed as another scenario. A third scenario entailed a large variation in the gap between the wheel and the coil. Battery charged a nominally the same rate each time.

Tuesday, Nov. 23

  • It's Working - Sterling gives a teaser report of the first 36 hours of his five battery rotation experiment. Net charge is increasing over time, front and back. Follow-up clarification. Increase reading was due to meter malfunction.
  • John and Peter's Coaching - Index created to keep track of the various coaching comments John Bedini and his associate, Peter Lindemann, have provided.

Saturday, Nov. 20

Friday, Nov. 19

  • Experiment 10.4 Standing Discharge Rates - Batteries longest on the Bedini Circuit discharged significantly more slowly at first, but then after a day discharged to a lower voltage than those batteries that are more recent to the circuit and lower than one that was damaged early on, and dropped rapidly at first.

Thursday, Nov. 18

Wednesday, Nov. 17

Sunday, Nov. 14

Saturday, Nov. 13

  • Bedini SG Project Educational Mission Accomplished - Peter Lindemann remarks that the core purpose of the project was accomplished with the first replication report last month. As is, the system is not intended as an excess energy generation device.

Wednesday, Nov. 10

Tuesday, Nov. 9

  • Inductive Fractionation and Reactive Power - Peter Lindemann presents a portion of his theory as to how radiant energy works, and how this is illustrated in the Bedini SG motor-charger. John Bedini chimes in as well.

Monday, Nov. 8

Sunday, Nov. 7

  • Resistor Parameters - From 47 ohms to 20k ohms, the "volume/speed control" for this device, from changing rate of rotation to the frequency of resonance in solid state (no rotation) mode, including an audible frequency range.

Friday, Nov. 5

  • Jim Replicates Bedini SG Solid State - Achieved resonance from the circuit prior to obtaining rest of components to build rotating portion of device. Reports various outputs when modulating the resistance.

Thursday, Nov. 4

  • Zero Change Detected in "Zero Current" Bedini Charged Batteries - Extrapolating to a point where output current goes to zero, with high frequency pulsing of the circuit, the expected results were to see super robust batteries. Instead, the load test showed no change. Perhaps different load types respond differently?


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