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'Projects and Technologies Related to John Bedini's "Directory:Bedini SG"'


Similar claims, similar circuits. Sometimes rival interests.

Bedini-Cole Window Motor

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OS: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.

CD Motor

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OS:CD Motor - Experiment developed between Sept 2001-2004 under the direction of Tim Harwood, inspired by the claims of Directory:Robert Adams and his exotic pulsed motor technology, was widely replicated is now published again. Allegedly achieves over unity, but no self-runners were ever publically demonstrated.

Ossie Circuit - Solid State Back EMF Battery Power Charger.

JM Pulse Charger - "solid-state pulse battery charger, easy to replicate..." (Jean-Michel COUR)

Who ever wrote this must have been drunk:

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Beware : "This guy (Cour) started a website a couple of months ago. The original site stated that he started with John Bedini's circuits, and then improved them. His site no longer mentions John, as he is the originator of it all now. Mr. Cour is just another French "miner" who steals ideas from other inventors and then patents them in France. Mr. Cour and others are the reason John has pulled his site and password protected it."

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J.M Cour's national and international patent applications contain explicit reference to

J. Bedini's solid-state charger and clearly explain what's similar and what's different.

The invention lies in differences - what is the case for all patentable concepts.

Full patent application text and drawings available from the cited Yahoo discussion group.

Oh yes... NO overunity explicit or implicit claim :)


Actually JM's work emerged from the Adamsmotor Egroup. Reference to John's alleged work was only made later on after numerous tests had been undertaken, because people had asked JM about apparatus similarities. Bedini's work in turn appears also to be based up Robert Adams, certainly the motor seems more or less identical. To this extent, I guess everyone can be accused of copying Robert Adams, but since there is no fundamnetal Adams motor patent, there is nothing against this. JM pursued much original research, and I think the above commment is not only untrue in parts, its also totally unfair. JM has shared much good work, freely, with a wider community. - Tim Harwood.

Stefan Hartman Circuit

Directory:Stefan Hartmann Circuit

Bruce Perreault Circuit

Bert Blastoid's 'Improved Bedini Circuit'

Improved Bedini Motor circuit - Original post to free-energy group. [can't find where he posted it]

John Bedini Debunk's Bert Blastoid's

Jonnydavro's No Bearing Bedini Motor

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Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Bedini SG > Spinning Magnet Using Bedini Circuit (video) - I found this looking for a back-up copy of Bedini's video about Howard Johnson's linear track and magnet motor. A cow magnet is seen spinning vertically on top of a plate over a Bedini coil powered by a 9-V battery on the input side, powering a 9-V on the output. (YouTube by Pirate88179 May 03, 2009)

M. Charley's SEBCAR

Directory:SEBCAR - Bedini SG spin-off.

See also


- Directory:Bedini SG

- Directory

- Main Page

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