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Ecklin Generator Variant by Geoffrey S. Miller
In the Ecklin Generator (II), the outer, horizontal slates rotate by
the coil (with Geoffrey's nearly resistance-less GSM Tube Core), creating a
break in the flux path from the stationary magnet in the middle portion of the
generator, with each pass of the horizontal slat, generating electrical
current in the coil.
Shortcut url: https://tinyurl.com/Ecklin-by-Miller
Geoffery S. Miller's variation of the Ecklund
Generator. The primary difference is that his coil beneath uses his GSM
Tube Core, making it very easy for the rotor slats to slide by it.
Pure Energy Systems News
Here's another feature on the work being done by
Geoffrey Miller of Energybat Labs.
This time we're focusing in on the Ecklin Generators that he has replicated,
with his variations.
In the image to the right, the outer, horizontal slats rotate by the coil (with
Tube Core), creating a break in the flux path from the stationary magnet in
the middle portion of the generator, with each pass of the horizontal slats.
Such a break in the flux path is going to generate electrical current in the
coil. You can visualize how multiple coils could be positioned around the
perimeter, each with nominal resistance to the turning rotor slats, each
creating electrical current.
One of the private demonstrations Geoff did for me while I was there was to show
me the difference between passing a magnet by a solid iron shaft versus passing
a magnet by a steel tube. With the solid iron rod, you can feel the cogging
resistance -- if you can do it without the magnet hooking up to the rod. But
with the hollow iron (steel) tube, it passes right by, without hardly even
noticing the tube. The faster the magnet passes by the tube, the less
resistance there is. But if you bring the magnet up to the tube slowly, its will
fasten to the tube, magnetically, as you would expect. As I said in our feature
page the other day about his GSM
Tube Core, "Think of the ramifications of nearly resistance-less
Here's a brief video showing a
couple of short segments I shot on June 18 of Geoffrey talking about his two
Ecklin Generator variants. The last half of the video shows a photographic
sampling of the myriad of other things I saw that day, which I've included with
the previous videos I've posted from that day.
For those of you who haven't yet read the previous recent stories that we've
regarding EnergyBat Labs...
On June 18, on the way to the Rosch
demo in Germany, I had a 14+ hour layover in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
USA, so I visited Geoffrey S. Miller and his EnergyBat Labs
not far from the airport. A year and a half after we reported on his existence,
he still is one of the best kept secrets in the world of exotic free energy.
The guy is a genius, very productive and resourceful to get so much done on a
shoestring budget, in cramped quarters. I've encountered many inventors in my
travels, but never have I seen so many inventions (mostly variations of other's
inventions) by one person in one place.
He so deserves a much more spacious facility than what he has at present. His
lab isn't as cramped or packed as Hutchison's apartment from bygone years, but
The first place Geoff took me, on the way to his lab, was to a facility on the
way, which he hopes to secure and move into. It would be more than adequate.
Here's a video collage of that location.
I hope you can see why I would repeat bringing attention to this wish
list of where Geoff and his crew would like to go. As you review the material
I'll be providing over the next few days about what he is doing and what he has
done, I think you'll agree that if anyone deserves better digs than they
presently have, he does. He has a donate
button on his site, so maybe you'll feel the
urge to chip in in a small, medium, or large way.
To show you his level of sacrifice and dedication, for the past 1.5 years, since
I put up that story about him, he has been putting in 18 hour days. Once a day,
he pauses for a brief meal -- a hamburger. That's it, pretty much. All the rest
of his money goes toward shop expenses and supplies for building stuff. But most
of what he does comes from his accumulation of materials over the years --
making due with what he has.
He's not seeking to become a billionaire, or even a millionaire. He would be
happy just to have his needs met and have the supplies and resources he needs to
invent, sell kits, and spread this knowledge he has.
He's very much in favor of open sourcing. He pretty much concurs with my
concept of an open license, where you put your plans out there and
request that any commercial sales that result from them (plans, kits,
components, translations, completed systems, franchises, etc.) remit a 5%
royalty. That way the technology can spread virally -- and I would think that
any invested funds would be more than amply rewarded in this model, played out
over and over.
So if you're someone with money to invest in clean energy, keep that in mind
Geoff is a golden goose, with a plethora of productive ideas to share, along
with the ability to problem-solve.
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While nothing official is yet in place, we at PES Network are likely to benefit
directly from Geoffrey's success.
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