Searl Proof of Concept Video Posted
Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2007 @ 19:23:00 GMT
Topic: Devices

From Mock-up completion marks the first time since 1963 that a roller has rotated about a ring continuously. To be followed in a few months by a full 15 kW SEG generator capable of cheaply and safely producing electricity without fuel, pollution, friction, or noise.

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Copyright © 2007

The Legend

ENGLAND -- In the 1960's Professor John Searl was building free-energy electricity generators that doubled as flying saucers, but was thrown in jail on the charge that he was stealing electricity from the grid. He was running his home on his energy generator, not from the grid.

Along with being arrested, his plans and devices were all rounded up and sequestered. They still have not surfaced these many years later -- unless some of the UFO and other odd sightings incorporate the government-stolen technology.

The device is a magnet motor of sorts, except that the product of the rotation is not torque but electricity that is liberated as the rollers make their rotation. It is essentially a magnet motor and alternator in one. Furthermore, if current is drawn off the device above a certain level, the device takes on on superconductor attributes which distort the gravitational fields, causing the device to levitate.


Demo Video Posted

Last weekend, Searl's close friend and business associate Dr. Terry Moore posted two videos at YouTube that demonstrate two mock-up variations that will enable Searl to file for a British patent. (The British will not award a patent without proof.)

The test device is not the full-fledged Searl Effect Generator (SEG). That is still in process of being built, and at this point will be purposely shunted to prevent the anti-gravity effect.

In the first video, a single cylindrical, stationary roller is nudged to begin moving. It accelerates around the perimeter of a ring until its rotation around the ring stabilizes at a rate of around 100 rpm.

The second video shows the same set-up except with twelve rollers, already in motion.

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