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By Wingate A. Lambertson, Ph.D.

From: NEN, Vol. 6, No. 7, January 1999, pp. 11-13.
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Wingate A. Lambertson, Ph.D.


It has been 26 years since I started what I thought would be a one-year research project to convert aetheric energy into electric power. The existence of the aether was then considered to be impossible and the earth's magnetic field was claimed as the energy source. In 1998 the energy source is known to be the vacuum continuum and is accepted by most scientists as zero-point energy (ZPE). The energy collection method is known in the field as the WIN Method.

This method is a solid state method having no moving parts. A charge of electrons is oscillated in a tank circuit and energy is collected or added to that charge from the vacuum. The charge is then passed through a lamp where it does work. A cermet, located between metal plates, is used to build a voltage potential for acceleration and the assembly is called an "E-dam" because of the hydroelectric power analogy. Energy input is measured and any output energy in excess of the input has to be coming from the vacuum.

The vacuum continuum is freely available everywhere in the Universe. is almost infinite in quantity and has no chemical or radioactive pollutants.

1998 Problems

The stability of the E-dam cermet was the most serious problem which had to be dealt with this year. The cermet would change in use from a high to a low resistance. I was able to identify the problem as chemical and changed the cermet chemistry. My present generation of cermets will fail when subjected to an excessive charge of electrons - too much power per pulse will result in a short. This is a problem, because I am always pushing the envelope but it is easily handled by just keeping the charge level below the failure point.


Results in ZPE research are reported in terms of yield or energy output divided by energy input. The Swiss M-L machine has an infinite yield because it rotates under its own power. Energy input comes from the output. Feedback studies on my method will be a part of the product development phase and will be done by others. My goal has been to show that I am getting more energy out than I am putting into the tank circuit. Recent data showed a yield of 145 percent.

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March 8, 1999.