Conclusion

Hopefully we have set the stage for our next chapter, where we will be advancing mechanisms and approaches that have been tried by a variety of researchers. Several of these researchers have indeed produced COP>1.0 devices and processes. However, at this writing none of the devices produced by these inventors and researchers are in production and on the market. As we mentioned in Chapters 1 and 2, there are very powerful forces that have been applied to prevent such development.

Briefly, such suppression has resulted due to one or more of the following:

(a) Sheer greed by the group that gathers around the inventor/researcher, including multiple competing investors and/or "backers". Often a struggle for control develops, and the project is decimated in the process. In many cases a legal struggle also develops, with the result that the legal status of the invention may be fouled beyond repair.

(b) Naivete on the part of the inventor and his surrounding group. The inventor needs the frequent advice of a patent attorney, a regular corporate attorney, a person familiar with research and development projects and procedures, a person expert in testing (particularly with sophisticated multichannel digital oscilloscopes which gather multiple channels of data simultaneously and integrate under the curve, an accountant, and a person skilled in negotiation with potential investors and backers. Most inventors do not have access to all that, or only have access to it after much of the die has been cast and serious mistakes have been made.

(c) Animosity and fierce attack from the scientific community and self-appointed "defenders of the faith". Few inventors are prepared for the onslaught that awaits them if they succeed in producing a genuine COP>1.0 electrical system. Slander and libel are just part of it. An inventor or researcher caught up in always trying to defend himself against vicious ad hominem attack is an inventor successfully deviated from his work. The family also often suffers.

(d) Just now, after the Enron fiasco much of America is becoming aware that powerful organizations often pull out all the stops in a blind pursuit for money and power. Of course they have done so for a very long time; this is nothing new. The inexperienced inventor or researcher is ill prepared for the fact that portions of government organizations,120 national labs, universities, etc. may be precisely that way also! U.S. government laboratories also file patents; check it out! Check out Fullerton's defense of his patent rights for his ultrawideband communication system work.

The people in any large organization form a bell-shaped distribution curve. About 9% of that curve represents folks who have — to put it mildly — little ethics when it comes to position, power, and money. Some of these 9% fellows will go to quite some length to twist the patent or part of it or control of it away from an inventor. An inventor who has never heard of "march-in" rights (a neat little "theft" phrase favored by DARPA, for example) is often an easy mark. Government agencies will be on an interesting invention and its hapless naive inventor like vultures on a fat calf. They dangle some money and a contract to "assist the inventor to get his invention developed". There is a little clause in the fine print of the contract where the government reserves "march-in" rights. This is a hidden bombshell that really says the government — anytime it wishes — can just unilaterally declare that the funded inventor isn't getting the invention to market fast enough, so a single bureaucrat just seizes it — in the name of the government, of course. Anyone who has been in serious aerospace contracting very long is also aware of the deals between a few government fellows who control award of the funds, and their "favored contractor". If enough business is steered to the contractor by the government person, it is implicitly understood that when the government fellow retires, he goes to work for that company with a Vice President position, lucrative salary, and a fat stock option. It's easy to become an instant millionaire or multimillionaire that way. A small percentage of government contracts are actually contaminated in such a hidden fashion. The universities usually are much more open and blatant, and just put

120 Interestingly, the government is not allowed to copyright its own publications by federal servants. Neither should the government be allowed to patent its own inventions by federal servants and federal agencies. This has set up direct conflict in the federal funding channels for the taxpayers' funds intended for independent research, providing a wonderful opportunity for hanky panky by that lower 9% of the people comprising any large group. By the bell-shaped distribution curve, those comprising that 9% will rise to the opportunity. They are manipulative, greedy, and some are immoral and self-serving. Partially coupled with a similar low "bad apple percentage" in the contracting game, this enables many travesties in the name of federal research and development with respect to patents and misdirection of funds.

in a clause that says, "All patents revert to the university!" Also, the inventor must be aware of the difference between "nondisclosure" and "non-circumvention". Just try getting the latter clause from a university, or either clause from a government agency (yes there are rules for "proprietary information", and they are widely violated). Non-circumvention means the outfit agrees not to change a coil or something, and go and patent your invention. Nondisclosure means theyjust agree not to talk or write about it openly.

(e) And yes, in addition to these many "petty" little conspiracies, there really is a great conspiracy — in fact, there are many of them. Churchill just referred to the entire set of conspiring cartels as the "High Cabal". This is a loose-knit set of extraordinarily wealthy cartels that between them control much of the financial power of the world. You can only find the principals behind a couple of hundred interlocking corporations, if you penetrate deeply enough. Much of their great financial income comes from the control of energy at its various levels, through a net of interlocking corporations. Something like $2 trillion dollars per year is their "take" from energy worldwide. Oil plays a great role in that. These "high cabal" fellows make or break nations financially, as is almost being done to Argentina as this is being written. They also have been stopping COP>1.0 electrical power systems since shortly after the turn of the century, using whatever means are necessary — fair or foul. That is why we still are burning oil, coal, and natural gas, and why our automobiles and trucks run off gasoline and diesel, and not off free electrical energy from the vacuum. The high cabal intends to keep it that way. Some of the major primary means of "stopping" an invention have been as follows:

a. Manipulation and improper use of the law (Gray's production line was shut down by law officers before his engines could roll off there and onto the market).

b. Involving the unsuspecting inventor in drug charges by planting drugs on his property surreptitiously, then secretly notifying the drug enforcement officials who suddenly raid the premises and discover the narcotics, resulting in the inventor going to jail since he has been caught "red-handed".

c. Threatening the inventor's life and the lives of his family, to frighten him away from what he is doing.

d. Arranging a fatal accident for the inventor, such as a fatal auto accident, a fall from a high place, or drowning.

e. Assassination (hit men are fairly simple to hire; a good one is a bit more difficult to hire but is doable. A good hit man might assume a disguise and fake a robbery, shooting and killing the target in the "robbery". In an extreme case, he just fires at a distance with a professional sniper rifle that is silenced. A variation is the use of a "throwaway" assassin, a fellow who has been deeply conditioned by very harsh methods, to deeply involve his autonomic nervous system. He can be spotted by the "glaring eyes" effect of autonomic nervous system involvement. This fellow is only marginally functional in real life, and requires a handler. He also must "fixate" for some minutes (usually from 20 to 30) on the target, by staring at him for a period. Then — say, the next day — while the target is at lunch in a public restaurant, the throwaway walks in, walks straight to the target, and empties a pistol in him at point blank range. He remains there until the police arrive and arrest him. He is immune even to torture; nothing can be gotten out of him, even by electrical shocks on his genitals. There are two levels of throwaways; that is the older and less functional version produced by very harsh means. The more modern version is without the glaring eyes with white showing above the iris; this fellow is more functional, fixates very quickly (couple minutes to five minutes), and can operate without the close immediate presence of the handler.

f. Making the inventor an offer he "cannot refuse", in the old Mafia sense. In the latter, nicely dressed persons come to the inventor's house, meet with him, and offer him a large sum of money to quit what he is doing for the rest of his life. The going sum varies between $5 million and $10 million, usually. The offer is real and it cannot be refused; either the inventor accepts it, or he and all his family are dead when these gentlemen leave the premises. If the inventor refuses anyway, he and his family are killed.

Usually the bodies also just "disappear" and are never found or heard from again.

g. These days, variations are used such as a careful crash of another auto into the back of the inventor's car so he is really shaken up badly but not seriously hurt. He goes to the hospital for checkup, in case of concussion etc. Everything is seemingly okay, but he is kept overnight for observation. That night he is given a hypodermic of air in his veins. Next morning his family receives a call that the inventor has suffered seizures from an apparent concussion after all, and is fighting for his life. If he doesn't die, he becomes a human vegetable. Piece of cake.

h. Then there's the ice dart dipped in curare. The curare paralyzes the muscles of the heart and lungs; the inventor goes down in convulsive floundering, gasping and unable to breathe or to pump blood. He expires very quickly. The curare breaks down in the body, the ice melts, and you have a fellow the medics find died of convulsive heart seizure, etc. Works like a charm. This is an adapted "dirty spooks" trick, adapted from those branches of the intelligence communities of the world that specialize in assassinations.

i. Use of "gaming", which was originally developed to influence or change the behavior of foreign leaders. Imagine writing a scenario, as for a movie. Only you have the deep psychological profile of the targeted individual. You also have the deep psychological profiles of quite a few other individuals who have "knee-jerk" reactions in a certain direction useful to you in your games (in your scenarios). These are called "agents of influence" since, to get them into interacting with the target, only a phone call or other contact need be made and a stimulus given, and they are off and running, self-powered and going after that target with their knee-jerk response. So very sophisticated computers are used, the scenario (intended plot of events to happen) is prepared (the artificial intelligence programs will even give the probabilities of success of all the variants), and a recommended scenario variant is derived and accepted. Then the controller has one or more agents working for him that contact the players (the agents of influence). They get their phone calls or stimuli, react in predictable fashion, and come pell-mell at the inventor, interacting all over the board with him. The range of games is enormous, from stock schemes to lawsuits to infiltrating agents of influence into the internal organization of the inventor to money laundering, etc. The controller follows the progress, and only once in awhile makes slight adjustments (may need to trigger other agents of influence, send in one actual agent, etc.). Over the last 20 years, the gaming has become very expert. So many games can be launched against a single inventor that he usually is finished or nullified by one of them, eventually. Having been gamed over 200 times in the last two decades, I plan to write a book one day on the subject of the games and what to watch for.

j. Finally, here is a sad and disconcerting rule, usually true. If you gather six persons together that you have known for years or even all your life, and they are the nucleus of the organization around you, watch what happens when success occurs and you really do pull EM energy from the vacuum and power loads, lights, etc. One-sixth of the population, seeing that, will shortly contract a very strange malady known as "gold fever". It is not just an obsession; instead it becomes an all-consuming possession almost in the biblical sense. An individual possessed by gold fever would kill his own grandmother to try to gain control of that system. If one or more of these "gold fever" transformations occur, that sets the group into profound conflict and vicious infighting, on every front. You get sabotage of equipment, sabotage of demonstrations, stealing of equipment, legal shenanigans, just name it. This has destroyed many groups. It will destroy many more.

k. A variation is to send in a special agent who penetrates the group and becomes a member. Indeed, the high cabal has certain persons who specialize in just such penetration and are specialists at setting up disruption. They have had plenty of practice, and are very good at their trade. The identities of some of these "special agents" would surprise the casual observer. The so-called "overunity community"

is rather strongly penetrated and misdirected by a number of such special agents, in addition to a greater number of agents of influence.

1. Finally, the technical knowledge of most inventors and researchers in this field has been largely limited to ordinary electrical engineering and electronics. This means that the inventor often forms his own lexicon and way of thinking about how he does the "magic" C0P>1.0. It may be difficult or impossible to connect the way he thinks back to legitimate physics. Further, most of the C0P>1.0 community, the majority of electrical engineers, and nearly half the physicists do not understand the technical difference between the efficiency of a power system and its coefficient of performance. We have insured that the reader of this book will know the precise difference — it's even in our glossary! Further, the entire group around the inventor, and the inventor himself, may not have a clear understanding of the source of the extra energy, the mechanism by which it is obtained, or even the difference between a system in equilibrium with its active vacuum environment and one in disequilibrium with it. Most engineers and a great number of scientists also are still unaware of the dramatic difference between the thermodynamics of equilibrium systems and the thermodynamics of disequilibrium systems. Many have no notion of what the active vacuum is or does. So the inventor may actually be able to build the device himself, but may later err and actually build it away from C0P>1.0 with further development.

m. Another problem can be measurement. Sometimes very simple errors — such as "measuring" highly nonlinear, spiky signals with an RMS meter, or using an inferior oscilloscope, or using inferior probes with good oscilloscopes, tricks a relatively inexperienced inventor himself into believing his unit achieves C0P>1.0 when it doesn't. Also, some standard engineers will insist on calorimetry, which is inappropriate for C0P>1.0 EM systems since they output a mix of both positive and negative energy. The positive energy will heat the calorimeter fluid and the negative energy will cool it simultaneously, and the "expert measurer" will always measure the difference and thus C0P<1.0 with his calorimeter (unless the inventor is a rare one who has also transduced the negative energy fraction of his output into positive energy). Yet the conventional engineer or scientist — who has never seen negative EM energy or a C0P>1.0 EM system in his life — will be so confident from his "positive energy only" thinking that he will be completely convinced that a real C0P> 1.0 system, measured with a calorimeter to show net positive energy C0P<1.0, is actually a C0P<1.0 system instead of the error in measurement that it is. 0ne of the purposes of this book is to try to explain such things and get a better procedure and protocol made available for the testing.

n. Finally, there are a few actual charlatans who deliberately deceive both the group around them (if it's sufficiently naive) and naive investors and backers. E.g., if one builds a huge starter motor (very high current, very high torque, cannot run long without burning up!) and puts it in an automobile, then fills the back of the automobile full of batteries, that beast will draw 400 amps and leap across the pavement or warehouse floor with an agility one is shocked to see. Then if the inventor is always "having difficulty with his controller unit", and "everything will be fine once the controller problem is licked" or some such, many small and naive investors will leap to invest their life savings eagerly. There are many other scams also, and unfortunately every experimental field, with great financial promise if successful, does attract them. Here the old adage is best: If it is just too good to be true, it probably isn't. 0ne should insist on a technical explanation of the source of the excess energy, the mechanism by which it is taken from the environment, how asymmetrical self-regauging of the circuit occurs, etc. If these questions cannot be answered, the inventor himself does not know what he is doing. At best, he cannot explain it; or he may just be honestly mistaken. In the worst case, the inventor knows it is not genuine, but is deliberately deceiving the investors. So my advice would be to first assess the scientific level of the understanding of the inventor group. Then get an independent test of the device or see one done properly. Then decide whether what you have seen and heard is real or not.

o. Meanwhile, there are from time to time legitimate

COP>1.0 systems initially developed. The place where all of them have failed is where the inventor group seeks to obtain the appreciable financing (something like 30 million dollars is required these days) to complete the phenomenology experiments, modeling, scale-up factor determination, and prototyping before a production model can be built. To date, every one of the legitimate COP>1.0 systems has foundered and failed right at that sheer vertical cliff. Our own MEG system is at that cliff at the moment, so that cliff is very near and dear to the hearts of the five of us who have struggled so long and invented the MEG. Time will tell whether we succeed where all the others have failed, or whether we also just get defeated by the cliff. As of this writing, we have not yet obtained the necessary capitalization. But we are giving it our very best try, and we believe we will win it eventually.

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