Independent Replication of the Bedini Negative Resistor Effect

Independent replication of the Bedini effect was accomplished early on by Nelson and by Cole, and also by Watson. Nelson has chosen not to further publicize his own work for some years, perhaps due to his employment as a microwave switching engineer in a large (and conservative) aerospace company. Cole is deceased, and Watson abruptly withdrew —forcibly, in our opinion — from public research and all further contact with his close colleagues after successfully demonstrating (in 1984) an 8-kilowatt power system utilizing a modification of the Bedini process. We are almost certain that Watson received the "offer he could not refuse", and that Watson-type COP>1.0 power systems are in fact already powering exotic underground facilities that "officially do not exist" but which we are aware of. We briefly discuss Watson's 8 kW generator at the end of this Chapter.

For non-battery powered systems, as we explain in Chapter 9, any unitary COP»1.0 EM system may experience a Dirac sea hole current decay mechanism which will produce an effective extra "load" in the system's input section, including on out into the external power system. As a general rule (sometimes violated), we estimate that the effect begins to be of importance at COP > 103 or so. Certainly it is of great importance in the range of COP > 105. To operate stably at COP »1.0, this decay mechanism must be dealt with and prevented. For close-looping into self-powering mode, this negative energy feedback must be converted to positive energy feedback, thus allowing self-powering mode where all the input energy is freely received from the vacuum.

For battery powered systems, the hole current and "extra load in the input section" becomes of significance near COP = 2.0 or even less, because of interaction with the complex battery chemistry and the tendency to charge the battery with negative energy as well. So battery powered systems present a special problem for close-looping to achieve sustained self-operation. Bedini has long solved and demonstrated solutions to that problem in a variety of successful experimental systems.

Nikola Tesla Negative Resistor

Figure 5-11 Bedini motor similar to the type which ran continuously off a battery for three years, simultaneously recharging the battery.

Figure 5-11 Bedini motor similar to the type which ran continuously off a battery for three years, simultaneously recharging the battery.

To utilize Bedini's battery-powered system at COP > 2.0, or to close-loop it for sustained operation, one must add another Bedini process that transforms negative energy current into positive energy current. That is Bedini's transducing negative resistor process {336}. We describe that process briefly in the next paragraph below.

Bedini has built many different motor-generator versions of systems self-powered by use of his negative resistor processes. Figure 5-11 shows a Bedini motor similar to one that once ran off a single battery for more than three years without stopping, using the forerunner of the Bedini back-popping process for creating a negative resistance in the battery. Bedini is still building and testing such power systems; one of his prototype motorgenerators today, capable of operating and self-powering off a single battery, is shown in Figure 5-12.

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  • matthias
    What the effect of bedini motor?
    7 years ago

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