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Directory:Bedini SG:Mission Accomplished

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'Statement of "Mission Accomplished" on this John Bedini's Directory:Bedini SG'

Synopsis : Peter Lindemann, John Bedini's professional associate, says that the objective for this project was achieved near its beginning when Sterling Allan posted his first data Directory:Bedini SG:Replications:PES:Sterling Allan:Data:Exp1 Switching in out:Photos that (1) the system works as a battery charger, (2) the amount of charging taking place in the output batteries exceeds what conventional science would predict based on the amount of electricity being measured going into the batteries -- amps and volts, and that (3) the "excess" energy nearly makes up for the disparity between the measured input amps and output amps versus the actual charging taking place.

: According to John and Peter, the Directory:Bedini SG design was set forth in the first place as a learning tool and is not adequate to produce any amount of useable energy -- perhaps self running at best (tapping radiant energy to maintain its motion).

Other Bedini Circuits : Even the more advanced iterations of John Bedini's circuits that operate on the same principle as this one, are yet in their early development stages with many years of discovery yet to come.

Future Ramifications : Like Cold Fusion, this Bedini radiant energy technology has been proven to work by a number of independent researchers, including those being reported Directory:Bedini SG:Replications, but the process of refining it to the point of efficiency to be able to solve the world's energy problems is yet many years out. Meanwhile, the survivalist who is looking for off-grid capability for providing the most rudimentary energy maintenance, might possibly be able to expand on the design here, and with enough perseverance and inventiveness be able to produce something for his/her own practical use. The entrepreneur looking for the next best technology to support may wish to focus on something that is further developed and closer to being ready for market production, both technologically and politically.

First Experiment Showed What this Device is Capable of Doing

Emphasis added, along with some minor editing.

Nov. 12, 2004


Your conclusions in this post are on the right track. The purpose of Directory:Bedini SG is to demonstrate a motor with an energy recovery system. You have succeeded in building the system correctly.

The only relevant questions are:

1) Does the second battery charge as the first battery goes down?

2) Does the second battery charge faster than the metered current

suggests it should?

3) Does the unmeterable portion of what is charging the second

battery ALMOST make up for the losses in the system?

If your test data suggests that the answer to these questions

is "yes", then you have succeeded with the project.

That is all this "school girl motor" was ever meant to do, and all we

ever said it would do.

As far as we can tell, your Directory:Bedini SG:Replications:PES:Sterling Allan:Data:Exp1 Switching in out:Photos showed all the necessary truths.

Do you know of any other system that does this well or better? If someone out there is reading this, and knows of a better system, then please bring it forward.

A number of people who have been working with this system quietly, are beginning to see the performance enhancements that appear in the battery. That is where we said it would show up. 'There is NO meterable OU coming out of the machine.'

I hope this helps people stay focused on what is real and possible with this project.

Peter Lindemann

--- In, "Sterling D. Allan"


> Ken,


> Please bear in mind that having one battery on the front end and

one on the

> back end was my idea, and was based on a false understanding of

what Peter

> had told me. I thought he had said he had one battery on the front

and four

> on the back, and that he then took one of the four to the front, to


> charge FOUR MORE on the back. You can see why I was so enthused at


> outset of this project.


> However, that is not the case. The four on the back take turns

moving to

> the front. That is still interesting, significant, and worth


> (Note, while that has been performed on a different iteration of

the Bedini

> circuit, for six months continuous, it has not been done by Peter

or John on

> this particular set-up.)


> Before being set straight, I was thinking, "Sheesh, if they can do

it with

> four, then it should be a breeze to prove radiant energy coming

in." That

> is why I designed my first experiment the way I did (one input and


> output taking turns). Obviously that did not work -- the net


> voltage drained over time. First, the batteries were not


> second, even if they had been conditioned, there is [probably] not that much


> energy coming into this system to be able to do that.


> From what I gather, by the time you have system losses (friction,

> resistance), it will be very difficult to prove that exterior

energy is

> coming into this system.


> The purpose of this system is to teach us the fundamentals of how

all this

> stuff works.


> Once we do that, John and Peter have indicated that they will walk

us to the

> next step, where we will see some better effects.


> Ironically, this set-up is so difficult to find the effect that I

will be

> surprised (and pleased) if we ever do. It certainly is not

cranking out

> excess energy, which is what we are looking for eventually in some


> somewhere.


> If there is a system that does that, that is far more effective in


> free energy, that someone is willing to open up to a project such

as this, I

> [we would be glad to promote it here as we have with this one.]


> No disrespect intended for Peter and John.


> I'm trying to help save the planet, and the fastest path to that


> energywise is the one I hope to promote.


> We've invested a lot of time in this project, and I'm close to

being able to

> run the tell tale test for this particular device. If this becomes

a seed

> for much larger discoveries and funding for many such projects,

then great.

> I sure hope we are successful in proving something here.


> Sterling

See also

Directory:Bedini SG:Replications - general index

- Directory:Bedini SG

- Directory

- Main Page

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