|The Tom Bearden
Subject: RE: Flynn Research question
Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 23:02:26 -0500
The MEG uses the freely, self-evoked Aharonov-Bohm effect to first condition its local vacuum with excess EM energy (uncurled A-potential energy), then triggers that excited vacuum to cause it to freely generate E-field energy pulses back into the MEG core, from all directions, via the known equation E = - dA/dt. Thus the MEG is an asymmetric Maxwellian system of that class of Maxwellian systems arbitrarily discarded by Lorentz in 1892, and still arbitrarily discarded by all electrical engineering departments and textbooks.
Check my new paper on my website, which contains detailed but simple drawings of exactly how this "vacuum engineering" effect is produced freely by the MEG, using the well-known Aharonov-Bohm effect. There are more than 20,000 papers in the hard physics literature dealing with the Aharonov-Bohm effect, its extension to the Berry phase, its further extension to the geometric phase, etc. One does not have to prove the Aharonov-Bohm effect itself and what it does; instead, one just has to prove that the system does evoke the effect. It's just that no one before seems to have thought of applying the AB effect to an electrical power system.
Also note in my new paper that physicists have now independently proven that the Aharonov-Bohm effect can and often does occur in the nanocrystalline material used in the MEG's core. References are cited in the paper. Physicists also have proven that the Aharonov-Bohm effect can and does occur in layered crystalline structures, again such as the MEG uses in its core.
So the AB effect's occurrence in precisely such materials and layered construction has been resoundingly and independently proven, including experimentally.
That process of first conditioning the external vacuum to contain extra EM energy, then triggering that excited vacuum to furnish excess environmental EM energy back to the MEG, is quite different from the process used in the Flynn invention.
In thermodynamics, if one's system receives free, usable, excess energy from its active environment, then it is an asymmetric system permitted to obtain COP>1.0 performance, even though its efficiency is always less than 100%. That is, such a system can permissibly output more energy and useful work than the energy that the operator himself pays to input. The excess required energy input is freely received from the active environment.
A common example of an analogous conventional system is a home heat pump. It has an overall efficiency of only 50%, and thus wastes (as losses) half of all the energy input to it, from whatever source. But it receives so much excess "nearly free" heat energy extracted from its environment, that from the unwasted remainder it still outputs three to four times as much heat energy as the electrical energy that the operator inputs and pays the power company for. That's precisely why we use heat pumps in the winter to heat our homes, rather than using resistance heaters. The other advantage, of course, is that in hot summer the heat pump can extract heat from the house and exhaust it to the atmosphere, thus "heating" the outside while "cooling down" the inside.
It takes an asymmetrical Maxwellian system to do COP>1.0 electromagnetically. The MEG is just such an asymmetric Maxwellian system, using its activated vacuum environment for the required excess energy input.
Unless a Maxwellian system does something to violate the standard Lorentz symmetry condition, it cannot produce COP>1.0 since it would be a symmetrical system self-enforcing COP < 1.0.
I don't see anything on Flynn's website claiming the Flynn generator provides "free" energy, so why (according to Wikipedia) is there a conflict with him and the MEG patent?