Free Energy Generator: The Gravity Wave Detector

It has been reported that Nikola Tesla made a device which allowed him to hear sounds at great distances.   I have never seen any details of the circuitry used by Tesla.   However, Dave Lawton has produced such a device, and he reports that he could hear conversations taking place four and a half miles away from him.   Interestingly, the sounds from that distance were also travelling through a solid stone wall some three feet thick.   The circuit for this device is described in this document.

In my opinion, the device is not picking up audio signals in the manner of a conventional microphone where air pressure waves vibrate a transducer, creating an electrical signal which is then amplified.   The interesting thing is that it is distinctly possible that some other mechanism is coming into play here.   This opinion is supported by the fact that Dave’s circuit is an upgraded version of a monopole gravity-wave detector.   Dave used this device to record the “sound” of the Shumaker-Levy comet colliding with Jupiter.

The circuit shown here is quite conventional electronically speaking, comprising of two 741 operational amplifiers connected as a two-stage amplifier.   The unusual feature is where a small amount of white noise is being fed into the microphone input:

Free Energy Generator: The Gravity Wave Detector

The white noise is generated by the 5-volt zener diode.   The level of this white noise component is controlled by the 1.5 megohm variable resistor plus the 10K fixed limiting resistor.   While the range of these two components is 10K to 1.501 Meg. the working setting is normally very high and so only a very small amount of white noise is fed into the input of the first 741 op. amp. to modify the microphone input.

The adjustment of this injection of white noise is the main control of this most unusual circuit, and it has been found that when the setting is just right, the circuit has the feel of a public address system just about to go unstable from positive feedback.   The unit build looks like this:

Free Energy Generator: The Gravity Wave Detector

The theory of operation was put forward by Gregory Hodowanec in the April 1986 issue of the Radio-Electronics Magazine, where he puts forward the theory that the source of noise in electronic devices is caused by gravitational waves and he suggests that there are monopole gravity waves.   This does not oppose the gravity waves predicted by Einstein.   Gregory views these monopole gravity waves as being much stronger than those suggested by Einstein, and consequently, much easier to detect.

He also suggests that monopole gravity waves have been seen for many years and have been described as “low frequency noise” signals or “flicker noise”.   These signals have also been called Microwave Background Radiation, supposedly caused by the “Big-Bang” though this cause is disputed by some.

Gregory views our universe as a finite, spherical, closed system, i.e. a black body.   Monopole gravity waves propagate in Planck time so their effects appear everywhere almost simultaneously.   Gravity wave energy can be imparted to ordinary objects.   So it is suggested that the fact that a fully discharged electrolytic capacitor can develop a charge when disconnected from all circuitry, is down to the interaction of the capacitor with monopole gravity waves.

Gregory suggests the following circuit for examining monopole gravity waves:

Free Energy Generator: The Gravity Wave Detector
Details of this and the theory can be found here.   Dave has taken that circuit and extended it substantially to give added gain plus a controlled feed of white noise, without relying on the characteristics of a capacitor, capacitors being notoriously variable in precise characteristics.

The unit is operated by turning the gain up until the circuit just reaches self-oscillation, and then backing the gain off very slightly.   The white noise source is then adjusted until the unit is producing a somewhat echoing quality to the sound.   The result is a device which has unusual characteristics.  The circuitry is so simple and cheap, that you can easily try it out for yourself.

The Butch Lafonte Motor / Generator.   Butch has designed an intriguing Motor / Generator system based on the balancing of magnetic and electrical forces.   This clever design operates according to the following statements made by Butch:

1. If a magnet is moved away from an iron-cored coil, it generates a voltage:

Free Energy Generator: The Gravity Wave Detector

The voltage generated for any given magnet and speed of movement, is directly proportional to the number of turns of wire which make up the coil. 

2. If a magnet is moved away from an air-cored coil, it also generates a voltage.   However, the big difference is that the voltage is of the opposite polarity.   In other words, the plus and minus connections are swapped over: 

Free Energy Generator: The Gravity Wave Detector

Again, the voltage generated for any given magnet and speed of movement, is directly proportional to the number of turns of wire which make up the coil.

So, if these two arrangements are joined together, they produce a system where the voltages cancel each other exactly, provided that the number of turns in each coil are adjusted to produce exactly the same voltages.  The mechanical attraction and repulsion forces also balance, so the circuit can be arranged to have no net effect when the rotor is rotated:

Free Energy Generator: The Gravity Wave Detector

It follows then, that this motor arrangement could be introduced into an existing circuit without affecting the operation of that circuit.  The arrangement would look like this:

Here, there is no net electrical or magnetic drag on the rotor as the magnets move away from the coils.   The battery supplies current to the load in the normal way and rotor arrangement has no effect on the operation of the circuit.

However, when the rotor reaches 100o or so, past the coils, the On/Off switch can be opened.   This leaves the rotor in an unbalanced condition, with there being an attraction between one magnet and the iron core of one coil.   There is no matching repulsion between the other magnet and the air core of the other coil.   This produces a rotational force on the rotor shaft, keeping it spinning and providing useful mechanical power which can be used to generate additional power.   This extra mechanical power is effectively free, as the original circuit is not affected by the inclusion of the rotor system.

From a practical point of view, to give high rotational speed and long reliable life, the On/Off switch would need to be an FET transistor with electronic timing related to the rotor position.

There is no need for the rotor to have only two magnets.   It would be more efficient if it had four:

Or better still, eight:

And if you are going to have eight, there is no need to have the V-shaped cut-outs which just create turbulence when spinning, so make the rotor circular:

And the stator supporting the coils matches the rotor:

Ferrite is a better material for the cores of the coils.  The stators go each side of the rotors and the hole in the middle of the stators is to give clearance for the shaft on which the rotors are mounted:

A system of this type needs accurate timing which is solely related to the rate of rotation.   This is best arranged by the use of a bistable multivibrator as described in the Electronics Tutorial.   You will notice the two Timing Coils shown at the right hand side of the diagram above.   These are used to toggle the bistable On and Off and they are adjustable in position so that both the On and the Off can be set very precisely.   The output of the bistable is set to switch an FET transistor On and Off to give circuit switching which is not affected by either the switching rate or the number of times the switch is operated.

The Rotor / Stator combination can be wired to act as either a driving Motor or an electrical Generator.  The difference is the addition of one diode:

With this arrangement, for each rotor, all four pairs of Cored coils are wired in parallel across each other, and all four Air-cored coils are wired in parallel across each other.   To improve the clarity, the above diagram shows only one of the four pairs, but in reality, there will be four wires coming into the left hand side of each of the screw terminals.

Further details of this Motor / Generator can be seen here.

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