Explanation of the Motionless Electromagnetic Generator by Sachs's Theory of Electrodynamics
It is shown that the principles of general relativity as developed by Sachs  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 . 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 .
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