Indian Engineer Creates a Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG)

It cannot be overstated how much modern science and technology really want to ignore the possibility of overunity, or zero point energy. The continued research by international scientists and physicists seem to point to the growing possibility based on experiments with quantum physics and quantum mechanics. In India, one researcher has created a device that claims to have achieved overunity.

The Man

Paramahamsa Tewari, a formally educated engineer who has a long history of experience in engineering created the Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) that claims to have achieved efficiencies of over 200 percent. What follows is a bit technical, and we will try to explain the basic technology at a layperson’s level.

The Technology

The key technology used to create the high efficiency is the placement of a magnetic circuit under the stiff conductor, which at the beginning was allowed to rotate normally as in many electromagnetic generators. What Mr. Tewari did was to rearrange the positioning of the magnetic circuit which resulted in no rotation of the conductor. The reason for the rotation was the torque that was created by the magnetic circuit. Think of torque the same way you think of the force of a push or pull – but with a twisting motion. No torque, no rotation.

Future Hope

The problem with scientists who are opposed to the concept of overunity is that they are holding on to physics theory that is 150 years old or more, which postulates that there is a “nothingness” about space. No matter, no energy. Yet 21st century science, particularly in the area of quantum mechanics, has demonstrated that there is definitely energy in that presumed nothingness that will allow for magnetic generators to achieve zero point energy results. Mr. Tewari has demonstrated it is possible, and continues to work on even higher efficiency RLGs. Some are calling his inventions and theories the most important since Faraday and will change the way magnetic generators are constructed. Time will tell.


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