Tom Bearden made shockwaves when he published his MEG in October 2000. The result was so unbelievable, that it was difficult to take it serious. Then JL Naudin tried to duplicate the result, and in the beginning of November Naudin started to get results that could be over unity. That is more power getting out then what is put in to the system.
On 17. November, Naudin got results that showed 29 Watt out from less then 4 Watt in.
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With close contacts with people at SINTEF and The University of Trondheim we hope to be able to duplicate the results of Tom Bearden and JL Naudin, and we will share the result with you as the project develop.
One of the problem at the moment is to be sure there is no error in the measurements of power going in to the MEG and of that coming out. The input is DC between 10-30 Volt, so it should be possible to measure with high accuracy. The output is AC at high voltage of 500 till 1500 Volt (depending on input). At the moment there are still room for some error in this measurements, so it is inconclusive until some better test has been made.