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Peter Lindemann's Coaching of Sterling D. Allan's Replication of John Bedini's "School Girl Radiant Energy Circuit and Motor"

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Just a few comments

In reference to Sterling Allan's replication of Bedini's "School Girl" (simplified) circuit and motor.

Oct. 10, 2004

[Moved from discussion page for Sterling's replication index.]

Sterling,

I took a look at your video. Everything looks pretty good. At this point, I highly recommend that you finish soldering everything and finalize the circuitry. It is obviously wired correctly.

Next, I also recommend that you stop disconnecting the output or input to take your current readings. As you have seen, they will not change significantly until the battery voltage drops. Even then, you have established that the measurable "efficiency" of the recovery circuit is about 28% (.05/.18). This is enough to establish that the unit does NOT produce more WATTS of electricity than it is running on.

What recharges the second battery is the accumulation of the "radiant spikes" that are way over 90 volts (enough to light the neon bulb). This is an accumulation process that works best when left uninterrupted. Please keep in mind that you have built a "flea power" device. The point is that everything that happens will happen slowly!

Your batteries seem to have sufficient capacity to run the unit for long intervals without any problems. I recommend that you simply switch the batteries from front to back every 12 hours (twice a day) at regular intervals such as 9am and 9pm. This will keep the batteries running below their C-20 rate and not super-deep discharge them. Then, just watch.

As I have said before, don't be surprised if the system runs down after a few days and the batteries need to be recharged with an external charger. The battery conditioning process that allows the continuous running can take up to 15 cycles to establish, so just keep going. Commit to running the experiment for 30 days and simply documenting what happens, without drawing any conclusions.

Lastly, I would remind everyone watching this process that THIS is NOT how science is done. This is JOURNALISM about science. These systems, when properly built and studied, work every time. Sterling is not a scientist, he is a journalist. He was offered all of our help to build and test this system and we recommended that this be done PRIVATELY and QUIETLY until he had it working. Then, publish the complete method and path to success. He has chosen to put all of these recommendations aside, and publish the PROCESS of discovery.

The conversion of radiant energy to usable electricity happens in the BATTERIES in this system. The motor and it's recovery circuit DOES NOT produce more ELECTRICITY than it uses! The process of conditioning the battery chemistry to respond to this alternate way of charging takes a little time. I hope everyone watching can be patient while this happens.

Peter Lindemann


About Peter

  • Peter Lindemann - one of the world's foremost experts on explaining how radiant energy works. He is a foremost spokesman for Tesla's radiant energy, as well as the follow-up work by EV Gray and Moray.

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