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Old 10-24-2014, 07:15 PM
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Folks,
I thought I'd get the jump on Aaron, creating this page before he got around to it. I know he and Peter are extremely busy with the rollout of the new handbook.

First off, I wanted to thank Aaron and Peter for the time they have invested in putting this all together. The three handbooks as a package probably give us more information about how and why this stuff works than anything that has yet been released to the public.

But most of all, I wanted to thank John Bedini for the information he has released. I haven't always agreed with the idea of selling information on how to produce energy, because it is so important to get that information out to the public, but I DO understand that point of view.

Other researchers into life changing areas like medicine released their discoveries, sometimes for free, and sometimes not. (Usually the company they work for is the one making all the $$$) But they had the advantage of having their research (and their living expenses) funded by grants from major corporations or the government, or they were on salary somewhere and getting PAID to do that research. The research that John and others like him have done was all paid for out of their own pockets. Their commitment and passion has rarely been rewarded with money. I'm sure John would love to have a fully funded retirement program where he could afford to tinker with this stuff, or just go fishing if he wants to. The profits they make on the books and kits, and the conferences are a small payback to them for the time they have devoted to this field of study. And I don't see them buying private jets or see them on the news partying with the jet set, so I assume they worry about bills just like the rest of us.

More and more information is coming out all the time, and it won't be long before we reach the tipping point where people understand the basic principles necessary to create working devices….principles that can be applied in a variety of ways.

Regardless of WHAT comes in the future, it will probably always be remembered that it was John's simple machine that got this ball rolling, and I hope he will always be able to look back at that with pride. Pretty amazing accomplishment when you stop to think about it a bit. These three books will be collectors items some day. Count on it. So go buy the book. And if you haven't already bought the first two, shame on you. Break open that piggy bank.

I have to say though, that I think Peter, John and Aaron are missing the boat on one thing. There has GOTTA be some kinda T shirt you guys could be selling!

Anything would be better than "Have a Nice Day with that stupid smily face, and that guy made a fortune! Maybe you should have a contest for the best T Shirt slogan and the winner gets something special. Just a thought. Time to get back in my box. I can only think outside of it for so long before my brain hurts.

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Thanks Dave,



We can't tell you how excited we are to finally release this book!

Here is a little about the upcoming book - 9 more days! Bedini SG – The Complete Advanced Handbook – Release Date November 2, 2014 | A & P Electronic Media – Digital Publishing by Aaron Murakami & Peter Lindemann

And here is a bit about the Watson Machine - we're giving details that have been in the open for years but nobody has ever noticed or at least nobody has ever talked about them. And there are some details that really have never been shared. It will all be in this book because it is somewhat of a tribute to a lot of John's work that he has been involved with over the years - and not just the SG, but the "ENERGIZER" has always been the KEY and that is definitely a vital part of the 1984 machine: Watson Machine | A & P Electronic Media – Digital Publishing by Aaron Murakami & Peter Lindemann

Between all three of these books, I would have to agree that all three books disclose more than any other single compilation regarding these types of circuits.

And, I also know there are a few builders around here that are working on some of the exact principles that are being discussed in the advanced book.

More to come...
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David,

Thank you for starting this thread and for your kind remarks. This book has been in the works since early May, and has been my top priority for the last 10 weeks. John has already "signed off" on the manuscript and the final summary and conclusion is being written.

This book has presented a significant challenge to be worthy of the title "Bedini SG, The COMPLETE Advanced Handbook." To explain everything John has done, in detail, would require the writing of a 800 page book. So, I have focused on an in-depth explanation of the ESSENCE of the method and its historic development. It clearly explains how many decades John has been ahead of the rest of us, but it also explains exactly what he accomplished, and how! The primary gain mechanism of the Energizer is fully explained.

The book focuses on the revelation of the "self-running electromechanical machine" and the multitude of ways John accomplished the goal. Anyone who has done the work and learned the science will be able to replicate John's results and develop their own working hardware.

There are lots of surprises in this information package. Only one week away. OK. I gotta get back to work! LOL

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Yesterday, Peter and I did a video going through a lot of details on all three books including a basic demo. It's about 1 hour 15 minutes and will be on bedinisg.com after we launch the Advanced book on Thursday. I might post a link to it here before there so you can see it ahead of time.

The Advanced book package will include:
  • Peter Lindemann's presentation from the 2014 Energy Science & Technology Conference showing a full demo and giving a presentation explaining quite a bit about the machine - all completely relevant to the Advanced book.
  • Details on the Watson Machine that have never been released.
  • How we get the machine to switch into higher speeds than normal - so higher RPM, more output for less input - and that is different from the benefit in the next bullet point!!!
  • How we are able to increase the output of the machine by 100% by only increasing the input draw by 50%.
  • And of course quite a bit more than that!
5 Days to go until November 2nd, 2014 when we make it available.



The combo special for the Beginner's and Intermediate book will disappear and all three books will be available individually or as a complete 3 book package.
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The time has come - Bedini SG The Complete Advanced Handbook is available now! If you don't have the beginner's or intermediate book, make sure to get the entire Trilogy at a great discount!
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Legacy of a World-Class Inventor & Humanitarian


Spokane, Washington - November 2, 2014


Fifteen years ago, Shawnee Baughman of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho was competing for an elementary school science project and an electronics wizard happened to work in the same building as her father. She was provided with a simple schematic and a bit of coaching. With that, she went off on her own to build a little motor that spun a wheel, lit an LED light, and ran from the same 9 volt battery for the entire five days of the science fair.




Shawnee won a Blue Ribbon for the science, and a special award for Best of Show, and ever since that time, the machine has been called the "School Girl Motor" or the "Bedini SG" for short.


John Bedini is an internationally acclaimed audio engineer who has many claims to fame, which include developing the first solid state audio amplifiers that actually replicated the sound qualities of the old vacuum tube models. But his favorite hobby has always been the study of advanced energy conservation methods using unconventional electromagnetic principles that most engineers have never heard of.

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The Bedini SG has since taken the world by storm, spreading far and wide across the internet, and allowing countless thousands of people to build their own model and study the physics involved. Just about anybody can get one to spin, but only a handful have ever achieved a level of performance that demonstrates what some would consider "free energy."


Many experts claim this is impossible, but actually there are many systems that produce more work than we're required to supply, because the excess energy is provided by the environment. A good example of this is the refrigerator. This ordinary kitchen appliance typically operates with a "coefficient of performance" of 2.0, which means that twice as much heat is removed from inside than the equivalent electricity used to do it. Most scientist believe that this kind of performance is only possible with heat systems, but John Bedini and others have demonstrated these principles with electromagnetics as well.


In 1977, Ilya Prigogine received a Nobel Prize for what is basically an extension to conventional thermodynamics, which only describe how heat operates in "closed systems." Those are systems that are cut off from any external form of energy. Prigogine's work helped to extend our understanding of thermodynamics to include systems that are open to the environment, which slows the appearance of entropy down and allows more total work to be done than what we have to supply. That is exactly what the Bedini SG demonstrates in a simple and most elegant way.

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Several years ago, A & P Electronic Media, a digital publishing company founded by Aaron Murakami and Peter Lindemann published the first ever authoritative book on Bedini's technology. Murakami and Lindemann have collectively known John Bedini for over 45 years and both have been personally mentored by him.

Their first book outlining the basics of this technology is Bedini SG - The Complete Beginner's Handbook, which includes all of Bedini's own personal specifications for building his machines, as well as an in depth explanation of the science and theory behind its operation. With this book, just about anyone can build a working model.
The second book is Bedini SG - The Complete Intermediate Handbook. It digs deeper into the theory of the technology and shows how John's circuits act like miniaturizations of systems developed by Nikola Tesla over 120 years ago. What this process does is take the high voltage spikes from an electromagnetic oscillator and charge a capacitor with them. This capacitor is then discharged into a load, such as a lead acid battery.


Engineers are normally taught to ground these spikes out so they don't damage other electronics on an electrical line. In fact, that is what a "surge protector" is designed to do. Through experimentation, John discovered that these electrical transients have a number of unusual characteristics. One of these benefits includes the ability to charge batteries extremely efficiently, and even revive some batteries that are considered dead.
Although many engineers claim these spikes can't charge a battery because they are just high voltage with virtually no current, there are thousands upon thousands of global experiments being conducted with these circuits that prove otherwise. And if these spikes are used to charge a capacitor and then that capacitor is discharged into a battery, even more amazing results can be had. And this is one of the methods for using electricity that Nikola Tesla developed back in 1893. John's circuits are literally a miniaturized version of some of Tesla's greatest discoveries.




A & P Electronic Media has now released Bedini SG - The Complete Advanced Handbook. The finale to this paradigm-shattering trilogy teaches the reader how to convert the mechanical work produced on the wheel into even more electricity, in an extremely efficient way. As a matter of fact, it is so efficient that at the recent 2014 Energy Science & Technology Conference, Peter Lindemann was able to demonstrate how to light a large bank of LEDs to a very bright level without reflecting almost any mechanical load back to the machine.



This third book also reveals many details from John Bedini's other related technologies, some of which have never been released or explained to the public before. In that sense, it also doubles as a tribute to his tireless contribution to the field of advanced energy research over the last four decades.


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Great book and demo!

I've got the first questions: Why 10 wires instead of one on genny coil? To change things for experiment or will one wire do the same? Al
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I've got the first questions: Why 10 wires instead of one on genny coil? To change things for experiment or will one wire do the same? Al
Please look at the following thread: Tesla's Bifilar Pancake Coils

I'd encourage you to look at that Tesla Bifilar patent.

To experiment to see if you can see a difference make 2 generator coils to test.

1. Make one where you have a single winding of x length.

2. Make one where you have 2 windings, each is 1/2 the length of the first coil and then wire the top of one to the bottom of the other in series.

When we made that coil, we were doing quite a few different tests and just used it like that.
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I've got the first questions: Why 10 wires instead of one on genny coil? To change things for experiment or will one wire do the same? Al
Dear Alman,

Thanks for the question. When Aaron and I built the machine, the generator coil was a major unknown. The 10-filar winding was the only way to wind it where each separate winding had the same number of turns, the same length AND the same resistance. No other winding method would allow multiple windings that all had the same characteristics, built capacitance into the inductor, and gave us multiple options for voltage production after the fact.

In the end, it was about "options" and we wanted as many as possible. You can see from the test data in the book, the drag co-efficient of the coil was right where we wanted it.

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Hi Peter,

great work, well explained. I have a question about what you wrote on page 49.

Out of the two arrangements (from John's '84 book) on the right side you seem to address only the second one (Fig.11), while John on the book said that he had done experiments with the first one (fig.10) and "decided to stay with this one".
That arrangement also showed capacitors across the two coils.
I was just curious to know why you skipped that?

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great work, well explained. I have a question about what you wrote on page 49.

Out of the two arrangements (from John's '84 book) on the right side you seem to address only the second one (Fig.11), while John on the book said that he had done experiments with the first one (fig.10) and "decided to stay with this one".
That arrangement also showed capacitors across the two coils.
I was just curious to know why you skipped that?

thanks,

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Hey Mario,

Good question. The main reason I "skipped it" was that that first type of Energizer was built from an existing device that John modified. The part numbers and exact modifications have never been revealed, so it wasn't something experimenters could run right out and duplicate. The internal configuration was similar to the illustration on page 47, and the actual unit is pictured on page 48. I think he built it out of a "ceiling fan motor". The purpose of the capacitors across the coils was probably to produce a resonant effect at the target speed to further increase output and reduce drag.

This is all well within John's knowledge base and capability, but not a good place to get beginners started on making their first Low-Drag Generator.

As I said in my previous post "I have focused on an in-depth explanation of the ESSENCE of the method and its historic development."

I hope that helps.

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Hey Mario,

Good question. The main reason I "skipped it" was that that first type of Energizer was built from an existing device that John modified. The part numbers and exact modifications have never been revealed, so it wasn't something experimenters could run right out and duplicate. The internal configuration was similar to the illustration on page 47, and the actual unit is pictured on page 48. I think he built it out of a "ceiling fan motor". The purpose of the capacitors across the coils was probably to produce a resonant effect at the target speed to further increase output and reduce drag.

This is all well within John's knowledge base and capability, but not a good place to get beginners started on making their first Low-Drag Generator.

As I said in my previous post "I have focused on an in-depth explanation of the ESSENCE of the method and its historic development."

I hope that helps.

Peter
Hi Peter,

Ok, that clears it up, thanks. From experiments I know that by adding resonant caps to this kind of generator you get the biggest breaking effect or stall you can have, at resonant frequency, so who knows what John was up to.

Anyway, if you don't mind I just wanted to say something I've learned from personal experience (beginners insert your earplugs ). To get the best out of the "Kromrey" or "G-field" effect, minimize coil resistance, maximise coil impedance (big core, laminations or welding rods), maximise speed, minimize load resistance/impedance.
I have found the explanation of what happens to the phase angle very interesting on this site. This is not about the Adams motor, so just check page 10 and 11, also, on page 11 there's a neat animation of the parameters involved:

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Live Q & A call for the Bedini SG Trilogy

We're looking at doing a live Q & A conference call Monday the 10th at 6pm Pacific time zone.

The phone number and conference room code will be sent out to the member's list for any of the individual books or packages relating to the Bedini SG Trilogy.
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Bedini SG Live Call

This coming Monday the 10th at 6pm Pacific Time Zone, we're having a live Q & A call with Peter Lindemann and Aaron Murakami.

This is by invite only for those of you who have the Beginner's, Intermediate or Advanced Handbooks.

We'll be sending out the phone number and conference room ID on Sunday and Monday.

We'll be starting promptly and after the introduction and beginning announcements, we'll open up for questions.

Please review the books before the call - we only want to spend time answering questions about items that are not covered in the books.



This call could obviously go on for days but we will try to keep it to 1 to 1.5 hours at the most. We can also do other calls in the future.

Besides the books, here are some videos relating to the Bedini SG and even two on Battery Rejuvenation. After reviewing the books, these videos might answer a couple questions - in any case, they might get your own wheels spinning to stimulate some more questions!

Classic roller skate wheel SG https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiZ86Dqckm0

Sony Capstan motor SG https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFkjTeJ4fAg

Low tech mechanical switch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plv9bb-zhj8

Winding a SG coil https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUGh9v2AsuA

Building an SG kit (not currently available) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SiwHRrNISE

SG pushing the battery good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgRMnD7W278

Open gap for faster rpm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JM-PZiTUJZo

Battery rejuvenation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4__eH9-MXk

More battery rejuvenation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XA7iA0iXuB4

Discussion on SG Trilogy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDoz5vgkTOI



Enjoy and we'll be in touch with the phone number and conference call code.

Take care,
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Hey Peter

Good to know the time line. I really did not know all of the story.

A girl smokes all of the hard heads who think they know, when really they are all babbling idiots. Good to hear your voice. A special thanks to Aaron for being such a good side kick

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Good question. The main reason I "skipped it" was that that first type of Energizer was built from an existing device that John modified. The part numbers and exact modifications have never been revealed, so it wasn't something experimenters could run right out and duplicate. The internal configuration was similar to the illustration on page 47, and the actual unit is pictured on page 48. I think he built it out of a "ceiling fan motor". The purpose of the capacitors across the coils was probably to produce a resonant effect at the target speed to further increase output and reduce drag.

This is all well within John's knowledge base and capability, but not a good place to get beginners started on making their first Low-Drag Generator.

As I said in my previous post "I have focused on an in-depth explanation of the ESSENCE of the method and its historic development."

I hope that helps.

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What do I need to get; how do I start?

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What do I need to get; how do I start?

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Hi, the specs for the machine itself are in the Beginner's book at Bedini SG - The Complete Handbook Series for the Bedini SG & Bedini SSG

For the battery swapper, you'd have to design it yourself - not sure if there are any diagrams of one online. There were some battery swapping circuit discussed in the past, but not sure if they were for the SG or not. Sorry I couldn't be more help - would like a battery swapper myself.
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What do I need to get; how do I start?

Thanks much.
Hi, the specs for the machine itself are in the Beginner's book at Bedini SG - The Complete Handbook Series for the Bedini SG & Bedini SSG

For the battery swapper, you'd have to design it yourself - not sure if there are any diagrams of one online. There were some battery swapping circuit discussed in the past, but not sure if they were for the SG or not. Sorry I couldn't be more help - would like a battery swapper myself.
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While I demonstrated it on the 10 coiler at the show, this swapper can be used on almost any application. For example, I have a 48 volt Solar Panel that feeds the charging input of this device and the swapper maintains each battery while service my Grid Tie inverter.

The Battery Swapper and Charger is a compact, but very complex device to move batteries in and out of a load environment for the purpose of charging each battery individually. With its LCD read out , terminal monitoring, logging capabilities and complex programming, this device can be used as a “Auto” or “Manual” Charger by selecting functionality presented on the LCD or Terminal display. Each section presented in this manual will explain the operational features of this device.

The Components:

1. Housing
2. LCD
3. Reset Switch
4. Select Switch
5. Enter Switch
6. Auto / Manual Switch
7. Charging LED
8. Individual Battery LED’s
9. Terminal / Programming Input
10. Output Amp Meter

Connecting the Device: (See the load connection configurations at the end of this section).

1.Connect the Battery Cables to the Battery’s. *****CAUTION***** OBSERVE THE CORRECT POLAIRITY WHEN PLACING THE CABLES ON THE BATTERY’S.
2.Connect the AC Power Cable to the wall outlet.

Making a Selection:

When the Battery Cables have been placed Correctly on the battery and the AC wall adapter is plugged in, the LCD Panel will display “Select Auto or Manual Charge ” and “Press Enter”. At this point, using the “Auto / Manual” Charge switch” (6), place the switch in the desired mode, “Auto” or “Manual” then press the “Enter Switch” (5) to initiate the beginning of the mode selected.

The Auto Charge Mode:

With this mode selected, the device will initially test each battery to determine which battery has the least voltage. The battery with the lowest voltage in selected and placed onto the “charge rail”. The device then reads the voltage and displays that value on the LCD. After the device engages the charge relay it begins the charge cycle. The Battery’s voltage is consistently monitored at 15 sec. intervals. At the end of each charge cycle, the battery is allowed to “Rest”. At the end of the “Rest” period, the battery’s voltage is sampled. The complex programming of the device, determines if the battery is fully charged. If the battery is fully charged, the battery is placed back onto the load rail and the automatic selection of the next lowest battery is repeated. If the battery is still not fully charged, the charging cycle is repeated. This operation is continuous. If it is desired to terminate the Auto Charging process, pushing the RESET button (3) will terminate the process and return the device to the “Select Auto or Manual Charge ” and “Press Enter” screen.


The Manual Charge Mode:

If the “Auto / Manual Charge Switch” is place into the “Manual” position and the “Enter Switch” is pressed, the LCD will display “Batt 1” and by pressing and holding “Enter”, “Batt 1” charging would be started. Just as in the Auto Charge routine, the device engages the charge relay which begins the charge cycle. The Battery’s voltage is consistently monitored at 15 sec. intervals. At then end of each charge cycle, the battery is allowed to “Rest”. At the end of the “Rest” period, the battery’s voltage is sampled and the complex programming of the device, determines if the battery is fully charged. If the battery is fully charged, the battery is placed back onto the load rail. The program is then returned to the “Select Auto / Manual Charge” display. Should it be desired to select a different Battery, ensure the “Auto / Manual” Charge switch” (6) is in the “Manual” position, then press and hold the “Select Switch” without pressing the Enter Switch to scroll through the 4 different Battery Selection Options. “Batt 1”, “Batt 2”, “Batt 3”, and “Batt 4”. Continuing to press the “Selection Switch” at “Batt 4” will return to “Batt 1”. Once the appropriate Battery is selected for charging, pressing and holding the “Enter Switch” will begin the charging process as described earlier in the section.

Resetting the Battery Swapper:

At any time, the device can be reset using the “Reset Switch” (3). The device will cycle to the beginning of the program and prompt for “Auto” or “Manual” charging.


RS232 Mode:

Connecting a Serial Cable to the DB9 connector, and with a PC / Laptop running HyperTerminal, the information being displayed on the LCD can also be displayed to the terminal screen. Configure Hyper terminal for 9600, 8, N, 1 and make a connection. Start the MachineOfTime1 Battery Swapper as described earlier in this manual and observe the Terminal screen. Hyper terminal also has a logging feature that can be used to store information during the “Auto” or “Manual” charging process.

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Really enjoyed this video. Peter was fired up.


The talk about looping and trying to move batteries around with latching relays...

Forget about it. How about two machines--out of A to in of B; out of B to in of A.

Can you run this by Peter and see what he thinks?

If the output pulses are too strong to pass back into the next stage, how about buffering the input with a resistor and filter cap...?

A looper would not only stifle the critics with their agenda, but provide a means to start harnessing the energy while the system is active. A true power source driven by radiant energy.
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Forget about it. How about two machines--out of A to in of B; out of B to in of A.
That's already being done with two linear regulator circuits to convert the spikes into steady DC to feed to one machine and the 2nd machine has it's spikes converted to steady DC to the front of the 1st machine. That's required since it can't run on the spikes and simply putting the spikes to caps doesn't do the same thing.

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That's already being done with two linear regulator circuits to convert the spikes into steady DC to feed to one machine and the 2nd machine has it's spikes converted to steady DC to the front of the 1st machine. That's required since it can't run on the spikes and simply putting the spikes to caps doesn't do the same thing.

Good insight!

I thought so too until I looked at the basic circuit without the dump caps--trouble is the common bus; it goes from positive input to negative output. If you connect a second SG to loop back, you just shorted everything out.

Mother Nature refuses to make this easy doesn't she.
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I thought so too until I looked at the basic circuit without the dump caps--trouble is the common bus; it goes from positive input to negative output. If you connect a second SG to loop back, you just shorted everything out.

Mother Nature refuses to make this easy doesn't she.
It's easy to isolate them from each other.

For example, you can have a trifilar coil with a trigger, power and recovery winding. The recovery winding can charge a cap. You can put that cap right back to the front and reduce the input draw by 50% AND the front battery doesn't even see that cap! I posted a schematic that will do that before but only one person commented that they tried it. Keeping these things from seeing each other is not an issue.
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