OK this post is a little off topic, but has enormous significance for the well being of remote and indigenous communities globally.
Back in the Forest of Dean a group called STAND have been campaigning against the building of a massive new Nuclear Plant on the River Severn. As part of this initiative I have been researching alternative low tech energy systems, to allow local people to reduce their power consumption, and for remote communities, to stay off the grid.
The Keppe Motor is a new technology for electric motors based on the principles in Keppe’s book The new physics derived from a disinverted metaphysics .
In summary with this technology 1 *20w solar panel can run 10 Keppe ceiling fans, whereas 1 conventional ceiling fan requires 100w to run. Watch this video (skip to 10m if you are busy right now) and do the maths yourself.
While I’m here in Bali I’m planning on working with a local electrician to see how easy it is to make one of these motors from their manual. I will keep you posted as the project progresses.
This group of beautiful people have been living in community for 40 years following the non-denominational, all-encompassing “Trilogy” philosophy, which is at the basis of their living, and even of their science, and all their work. It is what enables them to work through their “pathologies” in a constructive and meaningful way. Every community — be it business, religious, academic, club, or even a whole village — could benefit from the principles that Trilogy inculcates in their daily lives.
The Motor Technology
It was the Trilogy philosophy that spurred the invention of the Keppe motor, primarily by Cesar Soós and Roberto Frescalli, with directive influence of Dr. Keppe. The motor has some amazing attributes:
- Pulses, like a heart beat, so its electronic emissions are healthy and promote healing, rather than pollution.
- Emits ozone, for yet more health benefits.
- Runs just above room temperature, so its coils can be wound on wood or plastic, reducing the cost of construction. No ventilation of the motor is required for cooling.
- Is very easy to build, being something that a skilled high school student could accomplish.
- Is super-efficient, consuming on average 1/3 of the electricity of motors of equivalent output, and that is at the peak efficiency of those motors.
- Constant Efficiency: Its efficiency doesn’t follow a peak curve shape, but is linear, optimal at all outputs, from lowest to highest.
- Overunity: The advanced versions of the motor, being worked on in R&D, exhibit efficiencies above 100%, which has been verified by two independent labs of high credibility. One documented 137% efficient. That’s not enough to “self loop, with energy left over for practical use,” but it demonstrates that the mechanism is somehow harvesting free energy from the environment.
- This would make a great community project — something that a group of people who want to work together in a loving, group setting, could tackle and feel good about doing.
- May be able to self-loop: When told about the concept of the self-looping motor-generator systems, Cesar immediately started thinking about how he could do this with the advanced versions of the Keppe motor. He knows how to adjust the phase angle very easily. Perhaps by the end of the year he will accomplish the self-looped system. Then you wouldn’t need a power cord. The motor could power whatever you needed, without an input plug, as it would pull the energy from the surroundings somehow.
They’ve had several offers of large investment to take this into mass production, but they have turned these down, both because the proposing party wanted too much control, and because they want to keep this accessible to lay people to take on as a project.