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12/21/97

If you have any information about the following subjects, could you please either provide pointers about it or send via email or snailmail (on the KeelyNet front page). This will be posted as files that many people can study. Thanks.
Current Index List - Last Updated 01/09/97


Magnetic Speed Learning - 01/09/97

DAEDALUS - In pre-technological societies, children finished their education, found work and married at a much earlier age than they do today.

Daedalus believes that we could see a return to these times by speeding up the rate at which children learn.

He plans to do this using magnetic gadgets that stir up the fluid axoplasm in the nerves. By wearing a 400-Hz magnetic hat, children wouldn't think any faster, but their brains would be updated twice as quickly.

David Jones
Speed learning
Nature 391, 130 (1998)


Shock Waves to tenderize Meat - 12/21/97

A recent report in News of the Weird says an Associated Press dispatch in May of 1997 reported that Department of Agriculture scientists Meat Science Research lab in Beltsville, Maryland, developed a new way to tenderize meat. It sends supersonic shock waves through the meat which literally rip muscle tissue apart on a microscopic scale. This technique in no way alters the taste of meat so treated. Estimations are the process could be commercially introduced within a year of its discovery.


Hewlett Packard O/U Circuit - 12/21/97

This will sound like just so much useless spook talk, but I am hoping someone else has information about it.

Recently, while speaking with a free energy researcher, he told me he had been contacted by a Hewlett Packard field engineer about an anomaly he and his team had been asked to help resolve.

It seems there is a circuit developed at HP and installed in some of their early machines which tended to spontaneously produce overunity. This would swamp the other electronics or burn them out when this circuit went nuts and started injecting unexpected power into the system.

I asked if the circuit type was known, power supply, control board, input/output, what class of circuit and he did not know. I also asked if he knew what class of machine since HP makes many different types, printers, copiers, computers, etc.. and he did not know that either.

This circuit would go into some kind of resonant state which would for the duration of the oscillations, produce excess power. Bill Ramsay has noted in his gravity wave experiments that there are periods when the earth is subjected to waves that will entrain the gravity wave detectors to clearly show something has captured the circuit. Bill's report is on the site below.

Mechanical Gravity Wave Detection - 11/20/97
Hodowanec Gravity Wave Detector - 11/03/97
Gravity Wave Detection - Bill Ramsay - 06/10/97

The point here, with people like Moray, Hendershott, Hubbard and others, there are references to 'stroking' a magnet across the circuit to establish a 'flow' (resonant coupling to allow power transfer), squeezing a capacitor to do the same, or in Moray's case, listening to the pink noise of the universe while tuning his detector, until he heard a distinct 'whooshing' signal that was the 'pulse' of the universe.

So it would appear that we could very well have circuits that were at a frequency that was close enough to be caught up, KINDLED to be ENTRAINED, by an overpowering wave from this mystery pulse.

If it takes this kind of tuning to make ZPE powered devices, so be it. In fact, the circuitry could be so designed as to hunt for a given set of characteristics or a 'wave signature', lock into it and track it using phase locked loops.

One of the other complaints regarding ZPE tapping is that the energy is not continuously stable, but comes in erratic waves which can produce intensifications or brownouts of energy. This is engineerable using a pilot circuit to monitor for ZPE fluctuations.

Such a pilot circuit would serve as a kind of UPS (uninterruptible power supply) that would maintain a constant source of power. It might even be necessary to use a battery backup system to smooth out such ZPE ripples when they occur, just as we currently do for grid power.


Westinghouse O/U Circuit - 12/24/97

From: Tom Bearden
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 1997 13:23:32 EST
To: Jerry Decker
Subject: Re: Purported Overunity Results by Hewlett Packard

Jerry,

Probably a circuit that was somewhat akin to a thing that Westinghouse placed in the Minuteman missile some years ago. In those days electronics were still more bulky, and space and weight were at a premium on board ICBMs etc. So the engineers set about to design a highly efficient frequency converter for the Minuteman. It had to be at least 90% efficient, preferrably 95%.

The engineers used germanium transistors and state-of-the-art feedforward and feedback loops, to squeeze every bit of efficiency out of there that was possible. Something like 64 transistors were involved in the forward and reverse multiplelooping.

(snip...) Our own team was blowing transistors off the board in one-foot flash diameter sudden violent explosions in 1990. We know what has to be done to control the excess buildup, but certainly did not have the type of team and laboratory facilities necessary to tame it. Perhaps Hewlett Packard has done so, and had the necessary team. If so, they almost certainly do not understand the mechanism, but have discovered how to do it.

In the Westinghouse Minuteman case, all the output side electronics started failing out there in the field. After much investigation, it was found that the average unit was putting out about 115%. The receiving electronics could not accept that much.

Corporate officials came down hard on the engineers, so they just put in limiting diodes, etc. and spoiled the ping pong. That brought the thing down to about 95% efficient, and the electronics on the output side quit blowing out. Everybody was happy, and everybody continued to use those "crippled overunity units" in the Minuteman missile.

Westinghouse quietly filed five or six patents around that, and that was the end of that. Everybody "knows" that you cannot produce an EM system that puts out more than you input! They have all been educated in the crippled Maxwellian equations that only deal with EM systems that have already been violently wrenched into local equilibrium with their vacuum exchange.

Both the Russians (Moscow University) and the U.S. (Gabriel Kron for a contractor in a Navy contract at Stanford University) made free energy devices in the 1930s. The Russian work is fully documented in the hard Russian physics literature and the French physics literature.

The KGB/Communists suppressed the Russian work at the beginning of WW II. I do not know what happened in France to cause its abandonment. In the U.S., Kron's work was never openly released on what he called his "negative resistor" which, when connected to the Network Analyzer at Stanford, allowed the NA to be disconnected from the generator because the negative resistor would power it.

Heck, Jerry, I was 68 this month. It's about time that I pass along some of this mess I uncovered after so many years of painful work. At least we can steer the young fellows in the right direction, instead of just waving our arms and shouting "It's resonance! It's resonance! " - Cheers - Tom


Hewlett Packard Battery Antenna - 12/24/97

Date: Wed, 24 Dec 1997 01:25:41 -0800
To: freenrg-l@eskimo.com
From: Michael T Huffman
Subject: Re: HP O/U Circuit?

Hi Jerry!

On 12/21/97 you wrote:

>Has anyone heard anything about a circuit developed at HP that was used
>in a piece of their equipment...this circuit would spontaneously produce
>more power than was being fed into it and had to be modified to quench
>this action.  Details as much as I have been told about it are at;
>
> http://www.keelynet.com/  click on Strange Info
>
>If you know anything about this, I'd be most interested in trying to
>track it down...thanks!  Happy Holidays!
>--

When I first moved to Seattle in the Spring of '88, I was downtown looking for a job amid the highrises when the entire six block area that I was in went black.

The story on the news was that someone, I'm pretty sure it was HP, had rented underground storage space in one of the tunnels that runs through the city. Seattle actually has an entire abandoned city underground, and I believe this may have been an unused part of this.

Anyhow, HP had stored a whole bunch of palettes of one of their calculators that were powered by a lithium hydride battery, and these calculators had some kind of accidental circuit design flaw that would allow the circuit board to behave as an attenna, which would cause the battery to charge while the calculator was turned off.

As you may know, the older lithium batteries would explode like a handgrenade if they were overcharged, and that is exactly what happened. There were some main power lines, trunk lines, in the tunnel as well, in close enough proximity to the room that the calculators were stored, and the explosion knocked them all out causing the blackout in that area of town.

When I first heard the explanation, I thought "Eureka! Why hasn't anyone thought of this before!" "You should be able to charge just about any battery with the ambient radiowaves!" "Somebody outta patent that circuit!" etc. etc. (I get excited about that sort of thing, you know) And, sure enough, I read a couple of weeks later about some guy that had been working on that very idea, and had just sold the rights of his invention to one of the big battery maker companys for a wad of dough. Of course, I spent the rest of the day kicking myself for not thinking about it earlier!

When I saw your post, it reminded me of this story, and I thought it might be related, but when I finally looked up the details on your webpage, I could see that it is probably not. But, it did give me the opportunity to check out your page (for the first time, I'm embarrassed to admit), and wanted to say that it is a fantastic bunch of weirdness.

I read the Clem files, and about the Centripete that looks remarkably like the Potapov device (except that it can be made with a plastic coke bottle for under ten bucks). Good Stuff. I can see that I need to spend a few hours more on your page. - Knuke


Antigravity Patent? - 12/16/97

A call was received from a man claiming an antigravity patent had been issued in 1956. The inventor went on to become head of the FHA (Federal Housing Administration).

The patented device is claimed to be a unidirectional force generator. The invention involved a heavy weight mounted on a rotating shaft.

Magnetic clutches were used to grip the shaft so that the weight was momentarily stopped at a certain point on the circumference.

The caller said the weight was stopped so that the force emitted from the weight, would be projected upwards. This he claimed, pushed against gravity so that there was a weight loss under the device.

An interesting story is associated with the 1956 patent claim, where the device was attached to an old military jeep. The drive motor of the device allowed for an adjustable speed (rpm).

When the inertial drive was turned on, nothing happened. As the speed was increased, the jeep slowly rose from the ground and hovered in the air. The rotational speed in conjunction with the weight being used, determined the amplitude of the lift effect.

The caller was to call back with the inventors name and the patent number. That call never came.

There are several other related stories that correlate with this claim.

Hal Puthoff cowrote a paper on ZPE as the cause of inertia.

Harold Aspden found that spinning a heavy weight somehow entrains zpe/aether. That you could bring it to a complete stop and each time it would take the same amount of energy to bring it to a certain speed. Then if you slow the spinning weight down ALMOST to a stop, then speed it back up, it took only a small percentage of the energy necessary to come from a complete stop, indicating some kind of ZPE seepage into static masses.

A fellow from Waco reported witnessing a Jeep (strange that it was another Jeep) that was difficult to push when in neutral. The owner of the Jeep flipped a toggle switch under the dash and the Jeep moved with the touch of a finger.

The owner of the Jeep pointed out homemade boxes mounted in each of the wheelwells above the tires, with cables running under the hood. He claimed he had developed a means to deflect gravity from mass. Contact information was lost by the Waco source, but the Jeep had Kansas license tags.

Thornsen and Cook claim that a cycloidal motion will produce an inertial thrust in a preferred direction. A webpage by Dave Cowlishaw has several reports and photos of successful inertial drives.

There is a 1950's report on a flying machine that was claimed to use a mechanically powered unidirectional drive. It was apparently flown in Maine. I will post this information in future.

*** 12/18/97 - Recent information indicates this could be the Dean Drive patent and details which was quenched within a few years after announcement despite having been published in several national magazines. More coming on this.


the Tesla Flying Sled - 12/16/97

For years, I've heard a story claiming Nikola Tesla had designed and flown a mysterious 'flying sled or platform'. I have looked and never found anything in the Tesla writings about this.

In a recent conversation, I was told a Dr. Patterson, who is now about 92 years old, claims he worked for Howard Hughes back in the late 30's, early 40's.

This Dr. Patterson was working at a facility located about 12 miles outside of Dallas, in what is now developed suburbs. Patterson was working on some electrical problems when a man walked up and introduced himself as Nikola Tesla.

Dr. Patterson was skeptical of this claim but the man looked like Tesla so he figured he would test him with these electrical problems. Within a matter of minutes, the man had the problems repaired.

Patterson discussed many things with the man and offered to walk him to his car, which should have been some distance from the isolated building. Tesla replied that he didn't arrive in an automobile.

After the two walked a short distance beyond a hill near the building, they came upon a strange contraption that looked like a sled or sleigh. The man calling himself Tesla said goodbye and stepped up on the sled.

He flipped a switch on the dashboard which caused the sled to rise up into the air. Manipulating controls on the dashboard, he turned the machine slightly and it flew off into the distance.

I've heard stories about some kind of flying sled or platform said to have been invented and flown by Tesla but was never able to track down any information about it.


Free Energy Test Circuit - 12/17/97

Another call reports on an inventor supposed to be in California who has a free energy circuit that is mostly coils of wire running off a 9 volt battery.

This circuit is said to be powering an estimated 3000 watts of electrical load and has been in continuous operation for two months, running from the same 9 volt battery.

CNN is supposed to be filming this to ensure the load remains lit and the 9 volt battery is the only power source. I have no idea of how long the device will be tested or when a report will be publicized.