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    Poor Man's Splitting the Positive Battery Swapper by RS Stafford


    At last year’s conference, Peter Lindemann demonstrated a Bedini SSG energizer that produced a lot of mechanical work all weekend and the batteries stayed charged up!
    It worked beautifully and was done with an automated circuit that rotates the batteries in a certain way but most people do not have the know-how to be able to build that circuit.



    At this year’s conference, RS Stafford replicated this battery swapping method with circuit breaks and other common parts from his local hardware store. It’s inexpensive and very, very simple to build. This is the machine that ANYONE can make work if they just follow some simple wiring diagrams and RS’s instructions.



    Let me explain the Split the Positive concept… lf I were to ask someone – even someone with a background in electronics or electricity if a light bulb would light up if it were placed between the positives of the batteries as shown to the left, they would say no.



    Let’s say they are 1.5 volt AA batteries. The two in series makes 3 volts and the other single battery is 1.5 volts by itself. Well, 3 volts – 1.5 volts in opposition means there is still a voltage potential difference of 1.5 volts between the positives. A LED bulb for example will indeed light up because potential differences are what are important in electricity and NOT polarity.
    Here’s an important thing to understand – while the bulb is lit up, the current from the two batteries in series is charging up battery #3. Therefore, if battery #3 is dead, it will charge up as the bulb is lit. When it is charged, it can move to the position of #1 or #1 batteries and one of the batteries #1 or #2 can be placed into the #3 position and it will get charged up while the bulb is lit. So you can see that by constantly rotating these batteries, you actually wind up with way more load powering capability than you would get if you just ran the bulb on a single battery until it’s dead and do that for the other two batteries.



    John Bedini came up with this method years ago after studying the concepts in the famous Ed Gray motor, which had a similar process, but with much higher voltages. The above example has been known as Bedini’s 3 Battery system and very few people have ever understood the profound implications of it.


    Now when you combine this concept with a highly efficient Bedini Energizer where you can recover a high percentage of what goes into the system in addition to getting some extra electricity from some generator coils that have very low drag, you have the keys to be able to produce mechanical or electrical work while making up for virtually all its own losses. That means you have a simple system that keeps itself charged up and you can create the battery swapping part of the system with parts from your local hardware store!



    Our power grid is doomed to crash and you will be at a very strong advantage with what RS is teaching you here in this presentation.


    Get your copy here: Poor Man's Split the Positive Battery Swapper System by RS Stafford


    Photo gallery here: Poor Man's Split the Positive Battery Swapper by RS Stafford - A & P Electronic Media
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Murakami View Post
    Poor Man's Splitting the Positive Battery Swapper by RS Stafford


    At last year’s conference, Peter Lindemann demonstrated a Bedini SSG energizer that produced a lot of mechanical work all weekend and the batteries stayed charged up!
    It worked beautifully and was done with an automated circuit that rotates the batteries in a certain way but most people do not have the know-how to be able to build that circuit.



    At this year’s conference, RS Stafford replicated this battery swapping method with circuit breaks and other common parts from his local hardware store. It’s inexpensive and very, very simple to build. This is the machine that ANYONE can make work if they just follow some simple wiring diagrams and RS’s instructions.



    Let me explain the Split the Positive concept… lf I were to ask someone – even someone with a background in electronics or electricity if a light bulb would light up if it were placed between the positives of the batteries as shown to the left, they would say no.



    Let’s say they are 1.5 volt AA batteries. The two in series makes 3 volts and the other single battery is 1.5 volts by itself. Well, 3 volts – 1.5 volts in opposition means there is still a voltage potential difference of 1.5 volts between the positives. A LED bulb for example will indeed light up because potential differences are what are important in electricity and NOT polarity.
    Here’s an important thing to understand – while the bulb is lit up, the current from the two batteries in series is charging up battery #3. Therefore, if battery #3 is dead, it will charge up as the bulb is lit. When it is charged, it can move to the position of #1 or #1 batteries and one of the batteries #1 or #2 can be placed into the #3 position and it will get charged up while the bulb is lit. So you can see that by constantly rotating these batteries, you actually wind up with way more load powering capability than you would get if you just ran the bulb on a single battery until it’s dead and do that for the other two batteries.



    John Bedini came up with this method years ago after studying the concepts in the famous Ed Gray motor, which had a similar process, but with much higher voltages. The above example has been known as Bedini’s 3 Battery system and very few people have ever understood the profound implications of it.


    Now when you combine this concept with a highly efficient Bedini Energizer where you can recover a high percentage of what goes into the system in addition to getting some extra electricity from some generator coils that have very low drag, you have the keys to be able to produce mechanical or electrical work while making up for virtually all its own losses. That means you have a simple system that keeps itself charged up and you can create the battery swapping part of the system with parts from your local hardware store!



    Our power grid is doomed to crash and you will be at a very strong advantage with what RS is teaching you here in this presentation.


    Get your copy here: Poor Man's Split the Positive Battery Swapper System by RS Stafford


    Photo gallery here: Poor Man's Split the Positive Battery Swapper by RS Stafford - A & P Electronic Media
    Hi Aaron,
    Congrats! this book is nothing like it. with a little Engineering background one can easily have a practical system up and running in a stand alone mode for extended periods. next advantage.. coupled to a wind or Solar backed up will charge up in short period of time and be useful during the marginal periods of indiredt sunlight or low wind speeds. A must have book!!
    Rgds,
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    High Voltage N-Machine by Aaron Murakami


    The importance of the Homopolar Generator cannot be emphasized enough. It is a drag free generator that produces electricity by simply rotating a magnet in space!

    Common generators will get bogged down when you draw electricity from them – for example if you light up a bunch of bulbs on a gasoline generator set, the engine has to work harder to compensate for that load, thereby burning up more gasoline.

    But with a Homopolar Generator, you can draw electricity from it and it does not bog down what is turning the magnet. And this is just one of the many benefits of this kind of generator.

    If you literally take a disc magnet and put a shaft through it, you can spin it and you will produce a voltage potential between the circumference of the magnet and the shaft that the magnet is rotating around. Think about it – you’re producing electricity by doing nothing more than rotating a magnet in space. There are no generator coils or anything like what is necessary in a normal generator! Simple, simple, simple!

    This is all good, but the downfall is that you wind up with current, but almost no usable voltage and this has been the case since Michael Faraday first invented the Homopolar Generator, which was in fact the very first generator. This has been the case since 1831.

    For nearly 200 years, the Homopolar Generator has been more of a novelty to most although a few low voltage high current applications have been powered by large industrial homopolar generators.

    At the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference, I review the basic history and the most notable names who have been involved with this kind of generator and then I show a working model that I have used to charge some capacitors up to 150-160 volts! If you consider the fact that for the size of magnets I was rotating, I would be lucky to wind up with 0.5 volts! I have a neon bulb connected to the capacitor and the bulb blinks every time the capacitors are up to the trigger voltage of these neons, which is about 95-105 volts.

    What this shows is that I’m able to get 200 TIMES THE VOLTAGE than is expected from this kind of generator, which could very well take the entire experimental world of homopolar generators to a whole other level of practicality unlike anything has ever been demonstrated. It appears that at the conference, the small demonstration model achieved a worlds record by showing that I have wound up with more voltage from a Homopolar Generator that anyone has achieved in the last two centuries!

    This is VERY SIMPLE and I would encourage you to get a copy of this and experiment with it because even if you have very little technical knowledge, you can build this and make it work!

    Get your copy here: High Voltage N-Machine by Aaron Murakami
    Aaron Murakami





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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Murakami View Post
    High Voltage N-Machine by Aaron Murakami


    The importance of the Homopolar Generator cannot be emphasized enough. It is a drag free generator that produces electricity by simply rotating a magnet in space!

    Common generators will get bogged down when you draw electricity from them – for example if you light up a bunch of bulbs on a gasoline generator set, the engine has to work harder to compensate for that load, thereby burning up more gasoline.

    But with a Homopolar Generator, you can draw electricity from it and it does not bog down what is turning the magnet. And this is just one of the many benefits of this kind of generator.

    If you literally take a disc magnet and put a shaft through it, you can spin it and you will produce a voltage potential between the circumference of the magnet and the shaft that the magnet is rotating around. Think about it – you’re producing electricity by doing nothing more than rotating a magnet in space. There are no generator coils or anything like what is necessary in a normal generator! Simple, simple, simple!

    This is all good, but the downfall is that you wind up with current, but almost no usable voltage and this has been the case since Michael Faraday first invented the Homopolar Generator, which was in fact the very first generator. This has been the case since 1831.

    For nearly 200 years, the Homopolar Generator has been more of a novelty to most although a few low voltage high current applications have been powered by large industrial homopolar generators.

    At the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference, I review the basic history and the most notable names who have been involved with this kind of generator and then I show a working model that I have used to charge some capacitors up to 150-160 volts! If you consider the fact that for the size of magnets I was rotating, I would be lucky to wind up with 0.5 volts! I have a neon bulb connected to the capacitor and the bulb blinks every time the capacitors are up to the trigger voltage of these neons, which is about 95-105 volts.

    What this shows is that I’m able to get 200 TIMES THE VOLTAGE than is expected from this kind of generator, which could very well take the entire experimental world of homopolar generators to a whole other level of practicality unlike anything has ever been demonstrated. It appears that at the conference, the small demonstration model achieved a worlds record by showing that I have wound up with more voltage from a Homopolar Generator that anyone has achieved in the last two centuries!

    This is VERY SIMPLE and I would encourage you to get a copy of this and experiment with it because even if you have very little technical knowledge, you can build this and make it work!

    Get your copy here: High Voltage N-Machine by Aaron Murakami
    Hi Aaron,

    The Homopolar Generator is a Magneto-Galvanic device (NOT Galvano-Magnetic devcie like the Hall Effect), we are essentially dealing with the Bloch wall of the Magnet in the SPIN configuration of the MOTION and not ROTATION configuration like in the Conventional Electromagnetic Induction. Yes, The Homopolar is not a dB/dt device like its conventional counterpart, Hence it is the Magnetic counterpart of what Tesla discovered in the Electric Field on the Longitudinal nature of Induction.
    You rightly called it as the SPACE Generator (Like Tewari), since we deal with 'SPACE-BAISING OF MATTER IN TIME' (This is 'SPACE-RATE' counterpart to TIME -RATE as in Faraday's EM Induction).
    I speculate a combination of the G-Field coil and the Homopolar Disc to achieve what you show in your method of getting higher Voltage amplification in the Homopolar Generator. must be a real and ultimate method to Charge Batteries and power a load at the same time!!
    Best Regards,
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    I do not believe voltage is generated in the spinning disk of the homopolar/ N-machine generator. I believe the voltage is generated in the conductor from the brush, to the stationary load and from the load to the other brush. This conductor is in the relatively moving magnetic field. If you put a voltage measuring device or visible load (such as a light bulb of the proper voltage rating) fastened to the spinning disk with one lead connected to the disk center and the other to the disk perimeter, such that ALL components of the circuit are rotating together, I suggest you will get NO voltage. Another possible application for a brushless N-machine would be a heater by putting a heating coil of such design for the expected low voltage, fastened (solid, not brushes) to the spinning magnet/ disk with one end of the heater coil connected to the disk perimeter and the other connected to the disk center. I don't believe you would get the calculated voltage out to run the heater coil, actually no voltage at all. The required relative motion between the magnetic field and the conductor would not be met. E= BLVx10-8 I would do these experiments myself but I am convinced, with the lack of further evidence to the contrary, that my conclusions make overunity for this device unlikely and other machines such as the ZFM and split positive system look like a more promising place to put my efforts.
    The brushes are a considerable problem which problem can be somewhat reduced with liquid metals, but then other problems are introduced. The best work I have seen with improved homopolar generators was by the US military for the powering of railguns. Although those railgun efforts did not address spinning the magnet, they did get into other engineering aspects of the homopolar device.
    I would appreciate anyone directing me to work by Tewari or Parahamas (sic) which actually describes overunity. Bruce DePalma said his machine used considerable wattage but the wattage input did not go up when he put an electrical load on the machine, so he believed the extra output without extra input proved a factor of overunity, implying that if the brush losses and the magnet (he used an electromagnet, not a permanent magnet) power was subtracted it would be overunity. It never operated anywhere near overunity. He used an open magnetic circuit which threw a strong magnetic field many feet out from the machine. Carbon/solid metal brushes have frictional drag, heating problems at high speed and voltage drop at the interface which causes more heat and output loss. It would be a great advantage if someone could figure out how to get both sets of brushes on a smaller diameter to reduce friction losses and wear rate. After much thinking about it and machine shop time since the mid 1980's I haven't been able to come up with anything.

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    Hi All,
    What we all miss in understanding this effect, is that a Galvanic contact between the central Magnet and the associated /Disc conductor is a must and it is imperative that the Magnet itself be of electrical conduting nature (Like say the Neos) that translates the galvanic contact between itself and the Bloch wall of the magnet This is a DC Phenomenon, and essentially the SPIN axis vector pairs in opposite directions determine their evocation (of dipolarity) and that is SPACE-RATE and not TIME-RATE like in Faraday's transverse EM Induction.
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    I could be mistaken in which machine you are referring to, Faraday, but DePalma's N-Machine used a rotating copper disk as the conductor for the rotating part of the circuit. The magnet was a wirewound electromagnet so the output current would not be able to pass through the magnet. I've done experiments with both permanent magnets and wirewound electromagnets and voltage outputs were always in compliance with the standard formula that DePalma and everyone else uses.
    What do you mean by a "galvanic contact" and which effect are you referring to? I never saw this term used by DePalma in his work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    I could be mistaken in which machine you are referring to, Faraday, but DePalma's N-Machine used a rotating copper disk as the conductor for the rotating part of the circuit. The magnet was a wirewound electromagnet so the output current would not be able to pass through the magnet. I've done experiments with both permanent magnets and wirewound electromagnets and voltage outputs were always in compliance with the standard formula that DePalma and everyone else uses.
    What do you mean by a "galvanic contact" and which effect are you referring to? I never saw this term used by DePalma in his work.
    Hi Richard,
    First of all thanks for your attention on the subject! By Galvanic contact i mean that the central Magnet has to be of Electrical conducting type like the Neodymium/Alnico/samarium cobalt ect.. since you are going to take the power out put from the Magnet and the Copper- Disc perimeter it just means Electrical conductivity nothing more... If you use a ceramic Magnet which has very high Electrical resistance will be useless for taking power out put. There is difference in the Faraday set-up and what De-palma/ Tewari improvised on it.
    Faraday's set-up depicted a Uniform Magnetic Field, whereas the 'Paradoxical' Induction happens in a non uniform or HOMOPOLAR Field.
    hope it clarifies your question.
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