Sujet : RE: A Soliton Pulse Generator with a Caduceus wound coil
Date : 30/01/2005 20:13:38 Paris, Madrid
De : Tom Bearden
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Dear Jean-Louis,

Thanks for the alert; it’s a very interesting experiment and interesting results!

Your web site continues to be an amazing demonstration and a great encouragement to all the researchers everywhere. My compliments and great admiration for the tremendous job you are doing.

Note also that the edges of a “square pulse” are very sharp rise times and very sharp decay times – in short, they constitute “strong gradients”. With the pulse width, they also constitute a “strong gradient in one sense, followed by a delay, then with another strong gradient applied in the opposite sense”.

Also note that strong gradients are an area already accepted by leading thermodynamicists to violate the second law of thermodynamics. E.g., see Dilip Kondepudi and Ilya Prigogine, Modern Thermodynamics: From Heat Engines to Dissipative Structures, Wiley, New York, 1998, reprinted with corrections 1999. Areas already known to violate thermodynamics are given on p. 459; one of them is strong gradients, another is memory of materials, etc. About such strong gradients, Kondepudi and Prigogine state that “not much is known, either theoretically or experimentally”.

Your work is the way to start from; do the sharp gradients under various conditions, and directly measure the results as best one can. Presently it appears that some of the phenomena are not measurable by conventional instruments, and so some special instrumentation may well be needed and have to be developed eventually.

As I can, I’m slowly working on the mechanisms for what may be happening in the vacuum (spacetime) itself when it suddenly experiences a very strong energy density gradient across a small gap. It appears that some rather astounding phenomenology does occur, very little of which is in the EM textbook at all. For your private information, Bedini has also done tremendous work in investigating such pulses and their effects on various circuits, components, etc. He has been able to reliably produce some of the new phenomenology, and control it and use it in actual working circuits. I believe he is presently filing at least one additional patent on some of his marvelous results and methods.

The fact that the second law (law of entropy production) of thermodynamics is already known to be violated by such strong gradients means that some negative entropy is often produced, in contradiction of the second law. In turn, this means a special way to extract (or get) extra energy violently from the local vacuum, since “negative entropy” means reduction of disorder, and in turn that means reordering of the vacuum (virtual state) disordered energy. In other words, there is definitely a negative entropy operation (or more than one) that can be involved.

The problem is, no one seems to have ever examined the vacuum dynamics, in the presence of severe and sudden disequilibrium, strong and sudden spacetime curvature, etc. as when it is hit by such a strong gradient. Immediately, the kind of phenomenology one can conceivably get depends on the type of model one is using to “describe” the vacuum itself and its dynamics. Here again, not much seems to be known, either theoretically or experimentally. In EM, most of the area is just considered “transients” and much of the effort has gone into “eliminating” most such “undesirable” transients.

The energy also need not be just “positive energy”; instead, it can also include “negative energy” (as did the Sweet device). Indeed, the Sweet VTA produced more negative energy in its output than positive energy. Hence because of the unaccounted negative energy Heaviside component, the VTA could be modified and used for antigravity, which is the experiment I designed that Sweet successfully performed, reducing the weight of the unit on the bench by 90%.

Anyway, I wish you the best of luck in your experiments, and again wish to express how delighted I am at the tremendous work you have done and are doing. And also how amazed I continue to be with your tremendous website.

I look at that and marvel. Some 35 years or so ago when I started into this business, just think what it would have meant if there had been a web and a website like that of Jean-Louis Naudin.

But now the site is there, and so the young fellows coming on are very fortunate to be able to see your experiments and their results. You are directly helping to pioneer the coming age of electrical power from the vacuum.

Best wishes,

Tom Bearden

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