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Author Topic: Tom Bearden 1930-2022  (Read 2632 times)


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Tom Bearden 1930-2022
« on: March 11, 2022, 10:20:45 PM »
RET Lt. Col Thomas Eugene Bearden 1930 - 2022

Energy from the Vacuum

There is enough energy inside the space in this empty cup to boil all the oceans of the world.
This is a fact well known to the scientific community, and was, for example,
a favorite quote of Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman.

Bearden will be missed and he was an integral part of my learning curve towards understanding FE technology. The most valuable lesson I learned was that 99% of people have literally no idea what there talking about with respect to energy. As Bearden explained, there is no ambiguity in science and everyone with any credibility agrees there is an unimaginable amount of energy everywhere in everything. In my opinion this message was Bearden's greatest gift to the FE community.

This is classic Bearden...

The Unnecessary Energy Crisis" in order to understand that all the hydrocarbons ever burned, dams ever built to power hydroturbines to turn the shafts of the generators, and nuclear fuel rods ever expended, have not added and will never add a single watt to the power line.  All that ferocious destruction of the biosphere has done nothing but force the internal charges of the generators apart, to make the source dipoles.  It is the source dipole that powers every electrical circuit and every power system, not the shaft horsepower input to the generator shaft. Isn't it strange that we have all been taught to design and build only closed current loop circuits-which a priori destroy their source dipoles (and thus the inflow of free electrical energy from the vacuum) faster than they can catch some of the free energy from the vacuum and use it to power their loads!  Until it is understood that all EM energy comes from the vacuum anyway, and specifically from the time domain as reactive power (electrical engineering term), then the operation of systems such as the MEG will make no sense to one at all, and in fact the mechanism actually powering every EM circuit and electrical power system will not be understood.

Indeed, the reason our generators require so much energy to be input is because the design is fundamentally flawed. People keep repeating the same mistakes because they don't understand what's actually happening or cannot think of a better way of doing things. As Bearden implies, the only real problem with our generators is that there specifically designed to produce an output proportional to the input.

Think about that, the moment we add a load to our generator the output current increases. The secondary magnetic field of the output current then interacts with the moving magnetic field which induced it creating an opposition to it's motion. We call this generator drag which is identical to another effect we call eddy current drag. In fact many FE inventors called all our conventional generators "eddy current generators" because the output current always moves in circles and opposes the input. All our generators use the same effect as moving a magnet across a conductive plate producing opposition. It's the most counterproductive and ridiculous thing one could do and yet everyone keeps doing it.

Which begs the question... why is everyone building generators based solely on the eddy current effect?.

This questioning of what many consider normal was where Bearden really shined in my opinion. For example, Bearden would always say "do not destroy the source dipoles". What does this mean?, how can the dipole source be destroyed?. Let's look at the process and reasoning behind it. We create a source dipole as an E field which is destroyed when we produce an input current and magnetic field. Thus...

Source dipole/E field >>> source current >>> source magnetic field >>> 0 <<< induced E field <<<induced current <<< opposing induced magnetic field

Ah were right back to square one producing an input/output current and magnetic fields in opposition or an eddy current generator. So in effect Bearden is saying stop doing this, it's stupid and we know it cannot work. Do not destroy the source dipole because we already know the result and it's not what we want...try something else.



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Re: Tom Bearden 1930-2022
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2022, 02:25:11 AM »
Going back to T.Bearden some roots,beside MEG :