Prvo malo teorijskog uvoda
(uzeto sa http://www.rexresearch.com/tewari/tewari.htm
On space being filled with energy that created matter, Michelson in 1899 had remarked, "Suppose that an ether strain
corresponds to an electric charge, an ether displacement to the electric current, ether vortices to the atoms; if we
continue these suppositions, we arrive at what may be one of the grandest generalization of modern science, namely,
that all the phenomena of the physical universe are only different manifestations of the various modes of motion of
one all pervading substance, the ether". At the close of 19th century, the concept of ether filling all space as
introduced by Descartes was about to be recognized as the basic reality. Earlier to Descartes, Thales (624-546 B.C) a
Greek philosopher considered water as the primary substance in the universe. The Upanishadic Rishis of Bharat,
however, thousands of years ago, proclaimed that 'Akasha’ or space is the first element that gave birth to air. From
air was born fire or heat and their various combinations produced water and earth. Very rightly indeed, did the
Upanishads discriminate among the five elements pinpointing the akasha as the most fundamental entity potent with
energy. This experiment on generation of power from space will reestablish Vedantic philosophy of eternal existence of
Akasha as a substratum, the ‘one reality' out of which the cosmic worlds arose. The new science of space power
generation will scientifically vindicate the vedantic science on the evolution of the universe.
A sad ozbiljno:
"Electrical engineering took a wrong turn 160 years ago," according to Tewari, referring to English scientist Michael
Faraday's pioneering work of the world's first dynamo. In 1831, Faraday performed a series of experiments which led to
the modern electric induction generator, having two moving parts--a rotor and a stator. Faraday moved a wire near the
pole of a magnet, producing an electrical potential across the ends of the wire. This induction principle is used in
all the electrical generators we use today. And that's precisely what Tewari means by a "wrong turn."
In that same year, 1831, Faraday also performed a simple yet ingenious experiment with a rotating magnetized
conductor. The resulting phenomenon (free energy?) has yet to be explained in terms of conventional scientific theory.
By cementing a copper disc on top of a cylinder magnet, and rotating the magnet and disc together, Faraday created an
electrical potential. After pondering this phenomenon for many years, he concluded that when a magnet is rotated, its
magnetic field remains stationary. Thus, he reasoned, the metal of the magnet moves through its own field, and the
relative motion is translated into electrical potential.
Faraday's experiments led him to the revolutionary conclusion that a magnetic field is a property of space itself, not
something attached to the magnet, which merely serves to induce or evoke the field.
A sad eksperimentalno: http://jnaudin.free.fr/html/farhom.htm
Samo ovo "free energy" mi nije jasno-mora se nečim okretati ta osovina i to mislim
okretati (rotation speed = 2600 RPM )...ovo možda predstavlja nekakvu vrstu generalizacije
principa EM indukcije.
U svakom slučaju ostavlja otvoreno pitanje šta je to ustvari magnetno polje.
Ag + Na -> Xe