From John Bedini <[email protected]> 4-27-00
Here is the reason why Thomas Bearden has written the following paper; It's because I helped a little 10 year old girl to win every science award in Coeur d' Alene...all First Places plus a Special Award in science with one of my motors.
The motor ran for 4 days...without stopping at 4000RPM. It also ran a generator producing power the entire time.
April 25, 1994
Thanks to information supplied by Gerald O'Doucharty, as compared with waveform analyses as determined by the late Mr. Les Brown, we can begin to make some progress in the understanding of resonance. I believe that these conclusions are in accordance with the discoveries of both Walter Russell, in his resonance based chart of the elements, as well as those of John Keely.
KeelyNet: Joel McClain's description of Russell's description of gravity as based upon vortical energy flowsSubmitted by esaruoho on July 22, 2008 - 21:56
RUSGRAV.ASC Contributed by Joel McClain - 05/22/94
In studying the work of Walter Russell, it becomes apparent that the
classic distinctions between energy and matter are in perception, as
opposed to construction. In his experiments at Westinghouse, Russell was
able to change the atomic content of matter through the application of
magnetic energy at the angle which was complementary to his chart of the
In other words, distilled water could become predominately hydrogen or
KeelyNET BBS Historical .ASC Files - Mirrored for the sake of posterity and out of respect
KeelyNet BBS: The Life and Work of John Keely
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There are four basic types of cavitation. Fundamentally cavitation results
from a drop in pressure on a liquid creates pockets or bubbles in the liquid -
an increase in pressure causes these bubbles to collapse resulting in a
tremendous "local" force which can cause damage to metals, emulsification, de-
gasification, sonoluminescence and many other strange and wonderous phenomena.
THE EFFECTS OF CALCIUM QUANTUM DECAY AND THE ONSET OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AS A FUNCTION OF 60Hz SCALAR RESONANCE.
Alzheimer's Disease, as we all know, is a progressive, incurable, debilitating illness, characterized by confusion and memory loss.
"There are worlds within worlds Christa. Everything in our world is connected by the delicate strands of the web of life, which is balanced between forces of destruction and the magic forces of creation". The Magi to Christa in the movie 'Ferngully'.
THE FORCES OF NATURE
Schappeller, Searl and Gravity
This file originally posted on KeelyNet BBS
on 08/06/94 as SEARLE3.ASC, courtesy of John Thomas.
The following file is from the superb book
'AntiGravity : The Dream Made Reality',
the Story of John R.R. Searl,
Article on the Theories of Keely
by Jerry W. Decker
Who was John W. Keely?
John Keely was an independent researcher specializing in the properties of sound during the mid to late 1800's.
What did Keely discover?
He was purported to have discovered techniques based on incredibly sensitive vibratory mechanisms which would allow the use of the Aether for practical purposes.
What devices did he build?
1) a machine to split the water molecule for the instantaneous release of tremendous pressures
Excerpts from: Electronics World & Wireless World
( January 1991) ~ KeelyNet File MEYER1.ASC
Eye-witness accounts suggest that US inventor Stanley Meyer has developed an electric cell which will split ordinary tap water into hydrogen and oxygen with far less energy than that required by a normal electrolytic cell.
this file originates from rexresearch.com
Richard Clem: Engine
KeelyNet Post (December 26, 1992): The Richard Clem Engine
KeelyNet Post: The Clem Over-Unity Motor
KeelyNet Post (May 1996)
KeelyNet Post: New Info on the Richard Clem Engine
KeelyNet Email (David Hall)
Tyler Courier-Times (Sunday July 9, 1972)
Clem Engine Photo
Robert Koontz: The Clem Motor and the Conical Pump -- An Investigation of the Clem Motor (KeelyNet ~ 03/21/02)
Walter Haentjens: US Patent # 3,697,190 ~ Truncated Conical Drag Pump
KeelyNet (12-26-1992 / 7-5-1996) ~
The Richard Clem Engine