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Selfrunning 3 KW Free Energy Tesla ERR Fluxgenerator (2015) Warning: This free energy device may or may not be a hoax. The ERR Fluxgenerator harvests unseen energy from the environment in a manner not dissimilar from solar photovoltaic panels. In 2006, inventor, James B. Schwartz, came up with a version that allegedly puts out as much as six kilowatts of electricity, tying into the Earth's frequencies, using a solid state arrangement in a panel made from "left-handed material" -- Aluminum and Bismuth interwoven with coils. He has been in process of testing, refining, and scaling up the design. "The proof of concept video that Stefan posted up is relatively new, filmed just a few months ago, but the technology and principle of operation have been a matter of research for many years now. Others ahead of us have pioneered similar technology, like Moray and Tesla, but as of yet none have perfected it to the point that others can use it. ... My research has had quite a few setbacks over the years and even now there are safety concerns associated with this type of device. Progress is being made and arrangements are in place to move toward the realization of genuine usable power production, but there are still steps ahead that must not be rushed to ensure the success of this technology." (Aug 8, 2009) Dr. Schwartz explains in the video: "We have three plates here... [with] a solid piece of aluminum on one side, [followed by] a sheet of bismuth, [followed by] another aluminum plate with six cut-outs; you've got the coils in there; then you put another bismuth, another plate of coils on top of that, then another bismuth, then another solid plate, then you've got a panel. When we activate these with our activator, which causes the frequencies in these plates with alternating frequency, they produce electrons by agitating the bismuth and aluminum. We've got to ground it to the earth. That's what we're going to do here; and find the frequency of the earth that matches. It will seek out and find." "It's designed as a 6,000 Watt system, but today we're only putting out about [~2,400] Watts. We've got three 800-Watt lights. The weight is approximately 42 pounds, and that's mostly the case. The plates and circuits boards are about 8 pounds." In a modest building on the west side of Salt Lake City, a team of specialists in advanced materials and electrochemistry has produced what could be the single most important breakthrough for clean, alternative energy since Socrates first noted solar heating 2,400 years ago. The prize is the culmination of 10 years of research and testing -- a new generation of deep-storage battery that's small enough, and safe enough, to sit in your basement and power your home. It promises to nudge the world to a paradigm shift as big as the switch from centralized mainframe computers in the 1980s to personal laptops. But this time the mainframe is America's antiquated electrical grid; and the switch is to personal power stations in millions of individual homes. Former energy secretary Bill Richardson once disparaged the U.S. electrical grid as "third world," and he was painfully close to the mark. It's an inefficient, aging relic of a century-old approach to energy and a weak link in national security in an age of false-flag terrorism. Taking a load off the grid through electricity production and storage at home would extend the life of the system and avoid the expenditure of tens, or even hundreds, of billions to make it "smart." The battery breakthrough comes from a Salt Lake company called Ceramatec, the R&D arm of CoorsTek, a world leader in advanced materials and electrochemical devices. It promises to reduce dependence on the dinosaur by hooking up with the latest generation of personalized power plants that draw from the sun. Solar energy has been around, of course, but it's been prohibitively expensive. Now the cost is tumbling, driven by new thin-film chemistry and manufacturing techniques. Leaders in the field include companies like Arizona-based First Solar, which can paint solar cells onto glass; and Konarka, an upstart that purchased a defunct Polaroid film factory in New Bedford, Mass., and now plans to print cells onto rolls of flexible plastic. Files: err-flux.nfo pics ERR Power Station Schematics The Electromagnetic Radiation Receiver text brochure The Electromagnetic Radiation Receiver.pdf ERG Elemental Rod Generator.pdf ERR Fluxgenerator.pdf ERR Power Station Schematics.pdf Free energy elemental rod generator _ Overunity Forum.pdf New battery could change world, one house at a time.pdf patents Patent US685957 - Apparatus for the utilization of radiant energy.pdf Patent US4685047 - Apparatus for converting radio frequency energy to direct current.pdf US685957.pdf US4685047.pdf Update on Schwartz ERR Fluxgenerator.pdf videos Dr Schwartz Free Energy Electromagnetic Generator (360p).mp4 ERR Fluxgenerator selfrunning 3 KW Free Energy generator (360p).mp4 Free Energy Elemental Rod Generator 1 (360p).mp4 Free Energy Elemental Rod Generator 2 (360p).mp4 TWIFE -- May 13, 2014 -- Palladium magnet generators ERR.mp4 tags: Tesla, energy, ERR, ERG, fluxgenerator, current, survival, preppers, militias
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Thank you for shares like this. They are so eye opening and helpful. Almost seems that you could build this with a bit of experimentation.