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Offline Filewriter

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Advice needed
« on: December 13, 2005, 08:43:54 PM »
This is my first post here, although I came to this forum maybe one or two weeks ago.
I'm basically interested in overunity because solving the world's energy problems doens't just sound nice but it sounds incredible!
In the next spring and a year I'm having my A-Levels or in german Abitur. Therefor, we have to hand in a scientific work (more or less scientific). We have approximately one year to complete it. (from spring to spring)
As you might have expected when reading this I'm currently checking the possibility to do this work about "free energy" devices, especially everything in the field of electromagnetism.  (Those different devices realted to the works of Nikola Tesla)
I'm currently trying to translate and understand Tom Bearden's "on extracting electromagnetic energy from the vacuum" paper. I also ordered Tom Bearden's Book: "Energy from the Vacuum" and the DVD "Tom talks Tesla".
I think there I'll find a lot of basic information.
But when I came over here I found a lot of intelligent people discussing overunity, so can you guys give me some advice where to start or with what to start? What books to read? (German or English) Which motor(s) to experiment with? Which people to talk to?
Or because I live in Switzerland: Are there some eager inventors I coud visit in the countries surrounding Switzerland? (Germany, France, Austria, Italy...)
Just give me the advice you think is the best  ;) (Feel free to give more than one piece of advice)  ;D
Don't tell me it is too complicated for someone who isn't studying physics yet. It is complicated but there's one year and there's a lot to learn in one year.  :D

Regards, Roman

PS: Would be nice to see or have a free energy device before I have to decide to stick to this theme.

Offline Paul-R

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Re: Advice needed
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2005, 05:35:45 PM »
Bearden believes in the Takahashi motor. There is a picture on
his site of him with an experimental model. I think the Tewari/
Depalma type Faraday Disc machine is worth considering,
particularly since it is in a central position in the design of
the new US Navy DDX warship! although others disagree.
And the Linnard Griffin patent for using a catalyst to split