Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Bedini Renaissance Conference marks turning point in overunity electromagnetic research

The enthusiastic chatter about the Bedini Conference describes a monumental event with amazing demonstrations of technologies and networking of people who previously have only known each other by usernames.  What came to be called the "Bedini Ferris Wheel" was unveiled, drawing milliamps while producing tremendous torque and electricity.
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems NewsCopyright © 2010

I have to admit that it is a bit overwhelming to cover the topic of the Renaissance CDA Workshop Conference (which I've been calling the "Bedini Conference" for brevity, though it might more properly be abbreviated the "Renaissance Conference") that took place a week ago in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, USA, organized primarily by Rick Friedrich.

From what I've heard and read, it was a deeply historic gathering, a stunning success, both in terms of the material presented as well as the networking that took place. It was described as a "turning point", instilling on most everyone present that there is indeed a new field of research here that is valid and that needs more consideration and drive; and the conference was highly motivating to propel the movement forward with even great momentum. People enjoyed meeting in person those they've known for so long only online.

This is significant, considering that expectations were high. The conference announcement page sported a video at the top showing an animated cartoon of a Bedini like motor spinning and powering a house.

I really wanted to go, but a number of things, from mundane to large, got in the way. I'm glad to hear that there were as many as 380 people that attended, including from several international locations. The conference-goers were described as "unbelievably talented people from a wide range of backgrounds – a group of people wanting to see things move forward."  I was told that there were even representatives from some automobile companies in attendance.

As can be expected, not everyone spoke in such glowing terms, as there were a few glitches; but overall it seems most everyone who attended was glad they went. A monopole kit was given to everyone as part of the conference package, but half of the people did not receive the three little magnets due to an ordering error. These were shipped out a week later to them. Only 40 kits were to be assembled at the Conference, one per table. Someone printed up and handed out the old schematic from the other three pole kit which used a different transistor, and it was not realized until half-way through the building that the transistors in the schematic had reversed legs. About 10 of the kits were running by the end of the building time, and more were finished the next day when more time was given. You could hear people cheer when it began to run at different times that first night. The up-side is that now everyone who attended has the same materials to build with so there is now available a more scientifically-repeatable set of common tools to compare with in the investigations that will ensue in coming days, weeks, months, and years. It won't be long before most everyone from that conference will be able to build for themselves an overunity electromagnetic motor. Peter Lindemann has been giving instructions in the Energetic Forum about how to run this kit in overunity mode. The suggestions on how to make the kits run indefinitely are in the "Renaissance November Workshop Convention" thread at Energetic Forum, posts #305, #311, and #326.
It was several days before I started getting links and reports on the conference. I get the impression that the delay was a function of the "processing" that was taking part by those who attended. "Maybe 5% in the room understood what Bedini was presenting" when he unveiled and described what came to be called the "Bedini Ferris Wheel" on Sunday afternoon – the "Big Surprise". It required very little energy – like a few milliwatts – to keep it spinning, while generating a considerable amount of torque and electricity. At one point, Rick Friedrich tried to stop it by grabbing onto it – something they let others in the audience try – but the wheel didn't slow at all.  Rick told me that this attempt actually burning some of the skin off his hand.

Enlarged versions of these photos can be found in the various forum threads.
Researchers will be chewing over just how it works for years to come. Bedini was already ahead of the pack in what he has been developing over the past couple of decades, and this was yet another leap forward. But there will be a few who will comprehend fairly soon what is going on, and will be able to help the technology move forward into wider adaptation.

A highlight for pretty much everyone was the lecture by Peter Lindemann, who explained very clearly how these systems work. Lindemann is a gifted instructor. "It was one of the best lectures I've seen in a long time," said one attendee. He explained why Bedini does what he does, the principles behind the operation of the devices, and the tools needed to do the research. "He clears the fog." The video of his presentation at this conference is a must-have for any serious researchers in this field. It will be made available from his site.  Peter said to me in an email today:
I will be working on the editing of the film tomorrow and hopefully, we will be able to finish it tomorrow. Then it is just a matter of getting copies made from the master and filling the pre-orders. As soon as we have inventory in stock, I'll put a listing for the new product on the products page and announce it at the forums and on my update newsletter list. Hopefully all of this will happen within the next 7 to 10 days.

The next thing I am planning to do is to take both Electric Motor Secrets and the Understanding the Lockridge Device DVDs and make them available as a package deal as a download through Clickbank. Price and time frame on this are not finalized yet, but I would like to get it all done before Christmas.
The conference-long demonstration by Jeff Wilson ('Bits') of the MachineOfTime1 prototype was apparently convincing. It is a Bedini 10 coiler running in a self-sustaining mode with additional power running two bulbs. It's the first 10-coil self-runner built by Friedrich.  The small size and capacity of batteries he had on the system, and the brightness of the bulbs being illuminated (around 60 Watt equivalent), with no diminishing during the entire two days of continuous running, indicated that he was indeed harnessing free energy from the environment via the Tesla switch. Run normally, those batteries might have lasted six to eight hours.

Perhaps the most overlooked thing at the convention was the lawn mower on display that supposedly could run continuously with some occasional battery switching, powered by the large window motor demonstrated at the last Bedini Conference. (Ref.) Friedrich started the Conference off by driving into the room with what is called "The Superman lawn mower." The second day was also begun with it being started and him throwing it into gear only to have his front tires come off the ground at least 6 inches. There was no hesitation in driving the load, whatever the demand, even though it was running on low amperage and 36V. Then he drove it around in circles while he opened the day with introductions.

He later explained the whole history of this lawn mower as run by gas, the monopole motor and finally the magnetic window motor. It was finished minutes before they put it on the truck to the convention, and they only had time to put a very small new Bedini controller product on it.  This will be sold on their Potentialtec.com  website shortly. He said this motor is capable of producing around 35HP if a suitable size controller and higher voltage batteries are used. And if two more coils were added it would be capable of at least 100HP. This might be one of the surprises shown at the next convention.

Friedrich announced after the conference that the battery swapper will be made available as a new Renaissance product in two months, and they are taking pre-order payments for $1200. (Ref.)

Also at the conference for a brief period was the 30-coil SSG with enough power to run a house via batteries, but it wasn't quite ready for demonstration. Several people, including Peter Lindemann, were able to watch it in operating, spinning at 15,000 rpm.

They also demonstrated an electric car whose batteries were recharged with Bedini's R-charge technology. The benefits were discussed.  The car was first prepped with the fastest conventional motor of its size available today. He said it would later have a Bedini motor in it, but first had to be used for testing the latest Renaissance 144V electric vehicle charger.

Friedrich worked diligently for months preparing for the conference, and while it wasn't flawless, his efforts paid off. He called it a "once-in-a-lifetime experience". The chorus of calls for an encore has been answered, with plans now being laid for another conference July 29, 30, 31. Unfortunately, the only weekend open for his venue happens to be the same weekend as the annual ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference in Albuquerque, which will create a conflict between speakers and attendees who will want to go to both.

I was also told that this November conference was a test to see if the world was ready for free energy, and they are looking to see if anything bad will come from these demos.  If not then they want to show more next time.

We've created a page at PESWiki to organize relevant links pertaining to the Bedini Renaissance conference, including various reports and forum threads.

Source: Peswiki

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