## The Control Circuit

For people who like to tinker and like electronics, these are the circuits I have used in my lab to examine this new concept. The circuit contains a very simple, free-running multivibrator circuit which is used to gate, the operation of a two-stage amplifier. A motor or other load is connected in series with the collector of the output transistor, and each time the transistor conducts voltage, it will be applied across the load. The input power may be any D. C. voltage from 6 to 24 volts. The rectangular wave developed at the collector of the second transistor is resistively coupled to the base of the 2N5875, gating it on and off. This stage in turn gates the operation of the 2N5885 used in the output stage. A motor is connected from the positive side of the battery to the collector of the output trans-si stor. The motor pulses at the frequency of the multivibrator. (See Fig. #3)

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Figure 3. Circuit for the free energy device.

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### Figure 3. Circuit for the free energy device.

In Fig. #3 it must be remembered that the tuning of the circuit is very important in that the pulser circuit must be out of phase with the controller circuit. Those persons who have instruments to check this must connect the probes of an oscilloscope on channel A to the collector of the 2N5885 and ground the scope to channel B which must be across the battery. The wave forms should look like those shown in Fig. #4.

In studying this new concept a little further, we see that something very unconventional is taking place here. The motor is very conventional as far as pulsed waveforms go, but the energizer is doing something very unusual. The waveforms from the energizer are telling a new story to us. If we take the scope and expand these waveforms out even further, around 50 MHz, the waveforms look completely different. (See Fig. #5)

Figure 4. Oscilloscope wave form.
Figure 5. Stimulated resonance provides self-charging.

As we look at Fig. # 5 the story becomes clear. The battery is really charging itself. The ions in the electrolyte are being stressed in a curved space and time relationship, the battery is actually forced into believing that no work ever occurred. The oscillatory action that has taken place by the energizer has just pulsed our "slingshot" back and immediately let go. Once this has happened, the electrolyte in the battery goes wild and the ions race backwards, giving off hydrogen and oxygen gas. I must make a stern warning herel The time of the stimulating pulse is very important. If the time is too long the battery will burn itself out. If the pulse time is too short or if the circuit fails to operate currectly, the battery will never recover its charge. Taking this into consideration, the only failures that could occur would be the controller failing to operate due to a points failure, or the multivibrator latched in the "on" position. Anyone studying this can see that we have used very little energy to get to this point, and gained a lot of resonant energy in return.

We must remember that,1 if the battery is applied to the energizer longer than normal, we must burn up the excess energy to keep the battery cool. The problem becomes one of embarrassing excess of energy, not a shortage.

Now I have one question for you, what will you do with the excess energy and where did you get it?

## Alternative Energy

It seems like the efforts to find the best alternative energy sources are seriously being looked into by lots of countries including most US cities. One proof is the signing of the Kyoto Treaty. The main aim of the concerned group and individuals is to lessen the greenhouse gases and pollutants.

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