The MEG Is Replicable

Any university laboratory can replicate this effect, and demonstrate more work in resistive loads than is input to the MEG primary from the external power supply. For replication, we suggest initially designing to COP = 1.5, since beginning at COP = 2.0 there can be other effects not in the U(1) EM literature, but which are dealt with in the actual MEG. Some of the methodology {671} used for COP >2.0 is still proprietary information not yet releasable due to patent law requirements, while some of it was included in Chapter 7.

Without elaboration we advance the supersystem concept, and strongly insist that, to properly analyze the performance of any similar EM circuit or system, one must analyze the dynamics of the entire supersystem consisting of (i) the physical system and its dynamics, (ii) the curved local spacetime and its dynamics, and (iii) the local vacuum and its dynamics {672}. All three components of the supersystem are mutually interacting.

For a C0P>1.0 system, the mutual interactions are utilized from disequilibrium processes evoked between all three supersystem components. U (l) electrodynamic analysis system in an inert vacuum and a flat spacetime is insufficient. Previous AIAS analysis {661} has addressed the supersystem by use of higher 0(3) symmetry electrodynamics to include vacuum dynamics (energy currents, both spacelike and time-like) and curved spacetime dynamics.

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