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900W generator displayed in ERR Co.'s brochure.
900W generator displayed in ERR Co.'s brochure.

The device consists of two ceramic rods positioned in parallel to each other. Originally claimed to have comprised of 73 elements in one rod and 74 elements in the other, it has later been clarified that the statement was a ruse and that the actual composition isn't so sophisticated. The rods are left-handed ceramic materials that have been compressed and baked into rod form. The elemental rod generator is a linked predecessor to the newer flux-plate ERR prototype machines, also developed by J.B. Schwartz.



This device has evolved since the release of the Elemental Rod Generator. It is now beryllium/copper alloy plates with exciter coils fed by pulsed DC. With other components it produces an electron avalanche...a continuous electrical current. A relatively small current exciter injected signal outputs a much larger continuous electrical current.

This device has been successfully demonstrated in Japan and now has developmental funding from Japanese backers. R&D laboratories in Japan have been repeatedly broken into and records stolen by industrial spies in the past year. Another secret developmental lab in the Philippines is continuing development, however, under the personal direction of J.B. Schwartz.

Official Website

Noah's Ark Research Foundation

How it Works

Electromagnetic theory


An electrical charge builds up in one of the rods and depletes on the other, creating enough potential to generate electricity continuously. This charge was originally stated to have been a function of neutrinos striking differentially, but has since been downplayed as the source for various reasons. The device is an absorber of electromagnetic radiation from the UV through infrared spectrum bands, including visible light. As with other ERR prototypes, left-hand materials play a key role in conversion of electromagnetic waves to electricity in the elemental rod generator. The solid state function of the generator is similar to a solar photovoltaic panel, except that no visible light exposure is required and may also generate power at night or dark cloudy days; it is speculated that power output may vary depending on environmental conditions and location.

Old neutrino theory

Most likely, it doesn't. This device makes claims for neutrinos that are directly invalidated by what is known about this class of sub-atomic particle. The claim is that a charge builds on one rod, relative to the other(s), because of "neutrinos striking differentially". This is, of course, nonsense. There are two fundamental reasons why this is the case.

It DOES work. It is NOT dependent on neutrino interaction. It DOES work dependent on an application of Tesla's resonance transformers and magnifying transmitter technology.

Neutrinos only interact with matter via the weak nuclear force or gravity (not relevant to this application).

The range of weak nuclear interactions is very small (around 1000 times smaller than an atomic nucleus) enabling neutrinos to pass through vast amounts of matter unhindered. In fact the earth is bathed in a flux of solar (electron) neutrinos. The overwhelming majority of these pass through the earth and all things on it (including us) without interacting with matter at all.

The claim, therefore, that these small rods could be subject to significant numbers of neutrino interactions is plainly false.

Because they are not electrically charged they are not subject to the electromagnetic force and so do not cause ionization of matter. So neutrino strikes cannot lead to a build up of charge, even if they were frequent enough; which they are not.


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  • free energy elemental rod generator video 1 - This machine consists of just two rods of each slightly different elements, and provides power day and night by completely unknown means. (Google Video; July 2, 2006)

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  • free energy elemental rod generator video 2 - This machine consists of just two rods of each slightly different elements, and provides power day and night by completely unknown means. (Google Video; July 2, 2006)

Independent Testing

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Company: ERR Co.

ERR is for sale company. Address was '2-11-18, Tomioka, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan' in 2002 which phone was 03-3630-1901. Investors are persons and Gabriel Market co. which address was '2-11-18, Tomioka, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan' in 2002, too.

Inventor: - According to the news, Inventor is Mr.Ben Schwartz who is the Chairman of Noah's Ark Research Foundation.

James B. Schwartz


In the News


*In Progress*

Vincent Howell is developing a similar looking power generator unit with secondary solar cooking capability.

Other Coverage

"Neutrino circuit consists of two rods about 3 inches long (see the first picture below). The device consists of the two posts, a wooden base, two terminals and a switch. One of the rods consists of 73 elements and the other rod contains 74. The earth is stuck by particles from space all the time called neutrinos. When neutrinos strike one of the rods it causes a negative charge to build up. The second picture to the shows three Christmas tree lights being illuminated by the rods. These rods put out about 18 watts of power. This device has been used to charge batteries in a cave hundreds of feet below the ground."


See Discussion page

Probable Toxicity

On Dec. 9, 2007, New Energy Congress member, Ken Rauen wrote:

If there are 74 elements present in one of the two rods as mentioned, there will likely be exotic and toxic components. Toxicity is not always elemental in nature; compounds of an element determine the toxicity in almost every case. Plutonium is an example of toxicity despite its chemical nature. Many elements that are known to be toxic might not be in this device, depending upon how it is formed.


On Dec. 9, 2007, John Aspray wrote:

I think maybe that one rod is Tantalum carbide, the other Tungsten carbide.

Update from Vincent: Boron and silicon are confirmed as part of the formula.

Related Technologies

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    ERR Fluxgenerator by Noah's Ark Research Foundation - Inventor, James B. Schwartz of the Philippines, has come up with a device that allegedly puts out six kilowatts of electricity from the surroundings, using a solid state arrangement in a panel made from "left-handed material" -- Aluminum and Bismuth interwoven with coils -- tying into the Earth's frequencies. (PESWiki; Aug. 15, 2009)



2-11-18, Tomioka, Kohtoh-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Phone: 03-3630-1901 (Japan)
Fax: 03-3630-1905 (Japan)

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