For the last several years, the Quantum Energy Generator or better known as the QEG was made internationally known by Hopegirl. James Robitaille is the one who headed up the engineering side of the project, which is based on a generator developed by Ronald Brandt. Ronald Brandt was a very advanced engineer who was thought to have known Tesla briefly - we can't verify that and that is not claimed by those involved with the QEG, but we do know that Ronald Brandt was in communication with the late John Bedini, a friend and mentor of mine for the last 18 years. Ronald Brandt is the one that gave John Bedini the designs for the famous "Tesla Switch", which ran a car without running down the batteries.
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The QEG was designed to produce energy in excess of what is thought to be possible. The principle involved is by synchronizing multiple harmonics, which is a very difficult and challenging process. For example there is electrical type resonance with the output of the coil's windings and there is also resonance of the steel core itself that the wire is wound on. When getting all of these resonances synchronized with each other, they amplify each other so that the sum result of the output is greater than the parts.
The common idea is that anything that can produce excess energy violates thermodynamics, but this is completely untrue. There is an entire branch of non-equilibrium or open system thermodynamics that explains how these systems can operate and the QEG is one of these systems and we have published the definitive presenations on this subject available in our catalog. This is simply mentioned for those of you that may be new to Energy Times and are not familiar with this concept.
For the last few years, I was not very familiar with what the QEG was or what the goal was behind it and this is why I never wrote about it in these newsletters. With the presentation Multiple Order Harmonics given by James Robitaille, it became very clear to me exactly what he was after and what the point to the machine was. James was very honest about the demonstration unit he brought with him and did not make overunity (free energy) claims for it. He showed how difficult it is to tune and made it very clear that it is a work in progress. If you have ever wondered about the QEG, Multiple Order Harmonics will set you straight.
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MUSICAL SEISMOGRAPH - DEMONSTRATION OF THE TESLA CONVERTER by Eric Dollard
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HACKING THE AETHER by Aaron Murakami
UNIVERSAL MEDIUM by Paul Babcock
MIND OVER MATTER by Prof. Robert Haralick
NEXT WEEK RELEASES
Walt Jenkins presentation on Water Fuel will be released this Friday 1-9-2017.
Next week, we will release Al Francoeur's presentation on Electricity, Magnetism, Gravity & Singularity, Jeane Manning & Susan Manewich's presentation on Think Strategically and Spread Your Message and my second presentation on the High Voltage N-Machine - that will conclude the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference releases!
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Bedini's Zero Force Motor Full Disclosure by Yaro Stanchak
The Gold Magnet by Jeff Moe
Newman Motor Disclosure by Geoffrey Miller
Two Overunity Technologies by Dr. Paul LaViolette
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