Foundations of Physics Letters

, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp 387–393

Explanation of the Motionless Electromagnetic Generator by Sachs's Theory of Electrodynamics

Authors

  • P. K. Anastasovski
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • T. E. Bearden
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • C. Ciubotariu
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • W. T. Coffey
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • L. B. Crowell
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • G. J. Evans
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • M. W. Evans
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • R. Flower
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • A. Labounsky
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • B. Lehnert
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • M. Mészáros
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • P. R. Molnár
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • J. K. Moscicki
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • S. Roy
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
  • J. P. Vigier
    • Institute of PhysicsInstitute for Advanced Study, Alpha Foundation
Article

DOI: 10.1023/A:1012369318404

Cite this article as:
Anastasovski, P.K., Bearden, T.E., Ciubotariu, C. et al. Found Phys Lett (2001) 14: 387. doi:10.1023/A:1012369318404

Abstract

It is shown that the principles of general relativity as developed by Sachs [1] can be used to explain the principles of the motionless electromagnetic generator (MEG), which takes electromagnetic energy from Riemannian curved space-time and in consequence outputs about twenty times more energy than inputted [2]. Therefore, it is shown in the most general manner that electromagnetic energy can be extracted from vacuum and used to power working devices such as the MEG, devices which are reproducible and repeatable [2].

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