SPACE ENERGY JOURNAL - MARCH 1996
Space Energy Journal, Vol. VII, Issue 1. The following are the contents and the NEN editor's comments:
"New Science for the 21st Century" by Shiuji Inomata. Dr. Inomata reminds us that while the Western science did not include any type of "spiritus" (the name that Newton used in his Principia) that the Eastern cultures still had (and still have) a concept of consciousness or ki and prana. Inomata includes his famous triangle of formulas relating Mass, Energy, and Consciousness.
"The Jensen Variable Air-Gap Transformer" by Don Kelly. Don Kelly describes experiments that show that the Jensen transformer can produce 125% more power out than input power.
"High Voltage Electromagnetic Motor" by Don Kelly. Don describes further experiments by the Creative Science and Research Group (Albany, Indiana) that are similar to the Wimshurst generators. This is similar to the approach used in the Swiss M-L Converter.
"The Edwin Gray Capacitive-Discharge H.V. Motor" by Don Kelly. Kelly describes work by "a west Florida coast engineering group" that has made a version of the Edwin Gray motor. No claims, as yet, for over-unity operation.
"High-Efficiency Generator" -- from the works of John Ecklin These ten pages of diagrams and suggestions are directed to the experimenter. No data is provided to indicate successful achievements. However, page 18 includes the sentence: "Free energy and perpetual motion is everywhere...tap into it and let it do your work for you." [Note: every atom with a theoretical circling electron is a perpetual motion machine.]
"The Energy Machine of Joseph Newman" by Evan Soule Jr. This is similar to reports seen previously, except that on the last page is the following: "On Thursday, August 10, 1995, Joseph Newmann demonstrated his newest production model of his motor/generator from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm -- and [it was] attached to a Grainger Reciprocating Pump." This paragraph states the use of a house watt meter, that did not turn when the Newman motor operated but did turn when a conventional motor was used. We would suggest that some watt-hour meters are not sensitive to voltage and current if the power factor is far from normal. The power for an a.c. circuit is defined as P = (EM IM/Ã2) cos ¯, where the subscript M indicates maximum or peak voltage and current, and ¯ is the angle that the current lags the voltage. The formula is derived for sinusoidal wave forms. The Newman motor is highly inductive and would strongly affect the power factor and possibly the action of the standard watt-hour meter. Commercial factories are often charged an additional premium on their electric bill depending on the prevailing or average power factor. Many supposedly over-unity devices have been found to fail when power is properly measured. This comment does not mean that the Newman motor does not work. The message is: be careful in how power is measured.
"The Beltrami Vector Field" by Don Reed This is heavy-going for the non-mathematician but an interesting concept of the nature of vortical currents.
"Method of Electrolysis of Water to Form Metal Hydride" This is a reprint of one of James Patterson's patents on the Patterson Power Cell [TM].
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