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  • #16
    Mike's self runner

    Hi Jetijs,

    I remember all the soap opera going on about that motor.

    When I go to a page that might have info I want to keep, I click on "FILE" then "SAVE AS" and I give it a mikesmotor1, etc...

    Anyway, I'd encourage anyone to save entire websites to their computer as interesting info arises.

    But yes, I remember that and am not sure what to make of it. I don't know if the idea of the battery in the relay is "proof" that there was deception, but the idea certainly brings up other possibilities.
    Aaron Murakami

    Books & Videos
    RPX & MWO


    • #17
      Aaron I do the same, but also, remember to back them up to a hard copy! I lost a fair bit of info due to computer malfunction, I wont make that mistake again
      "Once you've come to the conclusion that what what you know already is all you need to know, then you have a degree in disinterest." - John Dobson


      • #18
        Whooly crap. okay , ill get onto a COMPLETE Bedini write up and TEST validation based on this infoz. Aaron., you and your community here seem to be a very important spanner in the works, thanks for this.



        • #19
          Already being done
          "Once you've come to the conclusion that what what you know already is all you need to know, then you have a degree in disinterest." - John Dobson


          • #20
            self runners

            Has anyone seen any other Bedini circuits "self run" without draining the input? Something can still drain the input and have way over 1.0 COP if what drains is slower and less than what the circuit is producing.

            Mike's window motor might have done it if real.

            Rick's self runner appears to have self run and boosted input battery voltge. Not sure how long it could keep up doing that and what it would do to the battery.

            I've done similar variations to what Rick was doing and had the input battery climb but my experience was that it gave fluffy phantom charge to the front battery. I'm not implying this is what Rick's will do...just that was my personal experience.

            I think it is possible to send output to front battery if the conditions are right, but I haven't seen that happen yet SOLIDLY and am not super sure of what the right conditions would be.
            Aaron Murakami

            Books & Videos
            RPX & MWO


            • #21
              Aaron the best battery swapping so called self running device I have built is the one with a bridge over the SSG with cap and SCR. The negative of the bridge goes back into the SSG circuits negative and the cap is hooked up to the battery being charged.

              I can swap power between the banks VERY efficiently, but one battery responds better than the other to this, they were both second hand to start with. I have had the best results so far this way.
              "Once you've come to the conclusion that what what you know already is all you need to know, then you have a degree in disinterest." - John Dobson


              • #22
                Hi All, I'm new here and this is my first post. I really admire all of the research that is going on in this forum and think it is the best on the Web. Thanks Aaron for your book, I enjoyed it very much. I wished that you had signed it, anyway I took two of my five SSG's and hooked it up to one 12volt garden tractor battery that has a bad cell so consequently I do not care what happens to this battery. I set one of my SSG's to dumping its charge into this battery and another of my SSG's to running off of the same battery. The darn thing ran for three days with the voltage setting at 7.52 volt all of this time! I really didn't care if I killed the battery but it didn't seem to hurt it at all. It just sat there and ran. The only reason I terminated the test was because my primary battery on the first SSG was running down and approching 12.05 volt and I didn't want to take it below that. BTW, I still have that old garden tractor battery and it still is holding its voltage at around 8 volts and I still use it time to time to dump charging voltage into it when I'm studying other processes on a running SSG. I'm now working on plans for a 16 coil energizer with a magnetically levitated rotor. We need to get away from the friction of using bearings. Jetijs and Ren, I really admire the work you guys have done! Amazing stuff and the same goes to you ThereMart. Keep up the great work! I look forward to reading your posts.


                • #23
                  Hi everyone!!!!!!

                  I have come to something (maybe)..
                  I hook my small bedini sg with a small step motor and got decent results..
                  I hook the step motor with 6x in and out 1n4005 diodes and have it hook
                  to the bedini running at 1260 rpm and i got 14.70 volts..
                  I hook the output of the step motor to the imput battery and after 11 days
                  it's still at 12.46 volts at the imput battery...
                  I gotta do more testing to look how many mm amps i can get at full rpm
                  from the step motor???
                  Or,how many volts i put in the front side???
                  Can i get it running on the step motor with caps hook to it????
                  I gotta mesure the volt and amps at rest too...

                  Come back with more results!!!

                  Alain D
                  Hope die last!!!


                  • #24
                    Welcome Stephen

                    Hi Stephen,

                    I'm happy you liked the book! Welcome to the forum!
                    Aaron Murakami

                    Books & Videos
                    RPX & MWO


                    • #25
                      Guys!? Nobody has tried to replicate the self running window motor lately?

                      How come on it says the window motor will run its self?

                      Well I built a window motor. I tried the "Mike's" modification of putting the charging winding in series with the primary winding. It doesn't do anything, I mean, absolutely nothing. Unless I did something wrong, which is possible, I did not notice ANY change on the scope... Not even the slightest change in the waveform. I tried every conceivable timing by adjusting it as the motor was running. As far as I can tell, Mike's modification is drawn incorrectly, or really just doesn't do anything.

                      (Note I used a reed switch to do this modification (not a solid state relay). It should do the same thing.

                      But wait... I still have hope, that's why I am writing. Can anyone help me? Does anyone have any knowledge of a "self running" Window motor. I am just trying to make my motor run on a capacitor.

                      As it is, I can run the motor for about 1 minute on a capacitor before it drains down and dies at 2.75 volts. Then I have to charge the capacitor back up. I am drawing only about 0.030 amps (3 miliamps). I just need to figure out a way to gain 0.030 amps worth of free current, and then I'll have a self runner. There just has to be a way to do this.


                      • #26
                        Hi Huckmubb,

                        As far as I know the "Mike Modification" is bogus. I believe that John Bedini and Rick Friedrich spent a lot of time trying to get it to work (and showed videos of this) and in the end concluded that "Mike" had a small hidden battery that charged up the cap.

                        As far as getting it to self-run goes, on fight4truth Erwin shows a commutator arrangement similar to the machine shown in the first part of the "Free Energy Generation" book by Cheniere Press. That may be a good place for you to focus your investigations.

                        Good luck!


                        • #27
                          I watched a video where John and some other guys are running a window motor that these guys built. John says:

                          "Mike was right.... Now we have a generator that is 2 over what the motor is...... The motor is now running in a zero field...."

                          Then I also read something where John says:

                          "I have been telling you guys how this is done.... I have figured out Mike's motor.... Nobody seems to listen...."

                          I don't see how it went from being proven one moment, to a fraud the next?

                          Here is the video:

                          Free energy window motor
                          Last edited by Huckmubb; 08-07-2009, 03:24 PM.


                          • #28
                            Holy cra* .... Now this person has done some amazing work. The best I've seen.

                            He says his window motor will run for HOURS on a capacitor.... Dang!

                            I suppose this has to be just "slightly" over-unity because tiny capacitors cannot run a motor for hours.... This video is proof positive that these motors do defy some conventional limits.

                            YouTube - Mini Window Motors Capacitor Demonstration.
                            Last edited by Huckmubb; 08-07-2009, 03:26 PM.


                            • #29
                              I've seen the second half of that first video but not the first half. Very interesting...

                              The reason why I said what I said is that I saw a video with John Bedini and Rick Friedrich showing the replication with a hidden battery. My search-fu is a bit weak lately, so apologies for not supplying the link.

                              At any rate, is there anything else other than the video (the 1st one)? Like a circuit diagram?


                              • #30
                                Al fin veo a alguien que empieza a hacer las cosas como corresponden