5.7.1 FARADAY’S ONE- PIECE GENERATOR
(5 – Aether, Electromagnetism and Free Energy)
Now, whether we like it or not, there is new information that forces us to throw this entire model of «flux cutting» and relative motion between conductor and magnet out the window, or at least subject it to dramatic changes.
For MIT’s own Dr. Bruce DePalma has reminded us that electric current can be generated with the conductor and the magnet moving at exactly the same speed – thus eliminating any possibility that the flux lines could be «cut.
» For if the magnet is moving, the flux lines should automatically be moving along with it in conventional theory.
This bizarre and interesting means of generating electric current was actually discovered by famous pioneer physicist Michael Faraday on Dec. 26, 1831, but until DePalma came along, no one ever paid any attention to it.
DePalma’s prospect is actually quite easy to prove, and he did so many times.
To generate electricity without any «flux line cutting,» you don’t even need anything but one piece that rotates by itself – no «stator magnet» is necessary whatsoever. And that right there would stop most engineers in their tracks.
It is believed that you must always have at least two pieces in a generator – the stationary magnet or magnets and the spinning rotor wrapped with wire.
In Faraday’s design, seen in the image above, he took a cylindrical magnet, shaped like a candle with both edges cut perfectly flat, and attached a thin piece of paper over its top edge.
Over the paper he cemented on a flat, coin-shaped disc of copper that was several times wider than the cylinder. By its very nature, the copper could conduct electricity, if there was any electricity to conduct. Once cemented together, the two pieces thus had no choice but to spin at exactly the same rate, so no “flux cutting” could occur.
To Faraday’s amazement and bewilderment, when he rotated this object he could extract an electric current from it, even though it was only a rotor – there were no other moving parts! There was a cylinder-shaped magnet and a coin-shaped conductor, and they were both moving at exactly the same speed. All he had to do was to attach a copper «brush» to the outside edge of the conducting disc and another «brush» to the metal axle that touched the center of the disc.
These ‘brushes’ are just what they sound like; pieces of fine copper wire that can touch an object with enough force to conduct electricity, but also lightly enough to permit it to move. The two «brushes» were then wired into the opposite ends of a galvanometer to measure electric current; and indeed, a current could be detected! (A galvanometer uses a needle that moves when electricity is passed through it, as seen in the diagram.)
No one in the scientific mainstream will believe that this could work if you try to explain it to them, because it violates the “laws” of electromagnetic energy.
This obviously was a cause of great fascination to Faraday, but he had no means to explain it and thus nothing else was done with it.
Here, we will suggest that the magnetic energy itself is like a fluid, and by
«throwing» or “spraying” the fluid out to the far edge of the conducting disc through rotation, a current is generated.
Essentially, the aetheric energy is being drawn in through the center of the disc and is radiated out the sides.
If you could see the basic magnetic energy field as this was happening, it would look
like a donut-shaped sphere whose central axis was shared with the axis running through the disc.
The radiated aetheric energy could be visualized in a similar manner as the water that flies off of a wet dog’s body when it shakes itself dry, or the water that is pumped through a hose and released by a rotating sprinkler nozzle to water a person’s yard.
In DePalma’s case, he discovered that even having a separate conductor and magnet was not necessary to produce this effect. All he needed was a single strip of flat, magnetized material that could also conduct electricity.
This strip was then fashioned into a flat, disc shaped spiral like a giant lollipop, such that one end terminated at the spinning axle and the other end terminated at the outside rim of the disc. [See above image.]
One pole of the magnet would be wound up into the center, and the other pole of the magnet would be at the outside edge of the spiral.
By simply rotating this one-piece magnetic conductor, electric current could be
drawn from the disc.
So again, we are doing the impossible – rotating a one-piece magnetized conducting disc and drawing energy out of it. Now this is where the real problem for scientists comes up: time after time, DePalma was able to show that these «homopolar» or one-piece rotating generators were actually superior in performance to the typical two-piece stator and rotor design that we discussed above.
In fact, these generators were more than superior; they appeared to be impossible, as they created more electrical energy output than it took to spin them.
It is from this simple and yet incredible principle that DePalma created his own «free energy» device, known as the N-Machine.
5.7.2 THE SUCCESS OF THE N-MACHINE
Now the only way that DePalma’s one piece generator can be possible is if a field such as the aether really did exist for us to draw energy out of. Without aetheric energy, we would have a closed «perpetual motion» system that would be thought of as impossible, for it cannot sustain itself without drawing in new energy from somewhere; conventional theory indicates that it will continually lose energy from the friction in the air and the movement of the parts inside.
In DePalma’s case he referred to the aetheric energy as the «Primordial Energy Field.» And from these principles, DePalma built the large «Sunburst» single-pole generator
«N-Machine» in Santa Barbara, California in 1978, which was a further enhancement on the basic idea of using a rotating magnetized conducting disc.
DePalma had the «Sunburst» tested in 1985 by Dr. Robert Kincheloe, Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University.
In the abstract of his final report, Kincheloe says the following:
Known for over 150 years, the Faraday homopolar generator has been claimed to provide a basis for so-called «free energy» generation… During 1985 I was invited to test such a machine. While it did not perform as claimed, repeatable data showed anomalous results that did not seem to conform to traditional theory…
After the entire report rigorously critiques and examines all of the data, Kincheloe concludes:
DePalma may have been right in that there is indeed a situation here whereby energy is being obtained from a previously unknown and unexplained source.
This is a conclusion that most scientists and engineers would reject out of hand as being a violation of accepted laws of physics, and if true has incredible implications.
And so, with all of this in mind it is clear that DePalma was harnessing electricity from the zero-point energy source that we are calling the «aether.»
So what exactly is magnetism in the new aetheric theories, and why does it work like this?
We cannot be content with the old definitions when we can now be sure that something quite strange is going on. Two additional discoveries will help to prove the point even more – namely that the energy in the magnet is not being generated by the magnet itself, but from an outside force that is flowing through the magnet.