The OTC-X1 is closer to reproduction now that the MEG (motionless electric generator) is better known. The MEG uses a central tuned magnet to resonate the energy of magnetostatic oscillating collapse. What this means is that the central accumulator is made with a magnetized material to resonate with longitudinal waves across the disk you see in the image.
We know a magnet can spin the disk. But a magnetic collapse can too, but using negative energy to do so - the basis and framework in physics for warp drive.
If meshed with Bedini technology, using double coil windings, and magnetized utrons, the negative energy can be harnessed longitudinally across the disk to resonate with the central accumulator (it's not difficult to see how Bedini technology can be meshed with this design). Utrons have to also be magnetic, however, not just the central accumulator.
Regarding a tuned magnet, that technology is somewhat proprietary currently. It's pretty easy to do, but I'm hanging on to that for now. Actually, easily enough you set a magnet on top of a single-layer wound coil, power up the coil and tune it to a frequency that gets the magnet to oscillate physically, vibrating back and forth without falling down. Then you put the magnet inside the coil, on top of another coil (coil 2). With coil 1 turned on, hit the second coil with a specific frequency: 42 megahertz, the natural frequency of the universe, confirmed also by Cal Richardson.
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In fact, using a nano-crystalline composite material (such as those used in transformer blocks) would be more ideal of a material for both utron and central accumulator construction. That would give the central accumulator and utrons that darker colored look, in fact, that we see in the historic photos, but only as long as they can be magnetized. I bring this up to note that due to the darker color in historic photos; aluminum was not the material used, historically.
Magnetizing the utron and central accumulator is easy -- just put it inside a coil and flip the switch. Tuning the magnet though, is an additional step, because of the need to tune the magnet within a resonating magnetic field (using two coils in resonance -- hint). That is a step that can be done later for those wishing to try this out.
I would suggest historically a ceramic (or alnico) magnetic material was used for the utron and central accumulator.
Neodymium is the choice for today's industrial standards, but if the clearance between the electromagnets and utrons is too little to allow for any accidental wobble of the accumulator disk, clipping an utron could shatter it. An internal steel sub-layer might be a good idea, that the neodymium can be layered, or fitted over, like a cone-shaped sleeve.
In reference to the similar geometry of the outer electromagnets in relation to a magnetic core:
Here is more information about the MEG:
"Tom Beardon used a novel new core material, which us heated until molten and then rapidly cooled. The finished material possesses physical properties somewhat similar to glass. It’s a far better material for a transformer core. To minimize eddy currents – just like standard transformers – it is used in thin laminations. The company that released this technology was snapped up quickly and its product line was "re-arranged"! Even Tom mentioned, if you buy the same part number after a particular date, you're wasting your time."
----- In regard to the MEG and the Outer Ring of the LAU-X4:
Some new info to be released will involve Tesla style pulsed rotating AC magneto-static electrogravity at a certain frequency that is the natural negative energy frequency of the universe, to be revealed upon publication of it. The Outer Ring "overunity" transformer will generate it.
I use the word "pulsed" to denote directing of current, in one direction, but will have more of a pure sinwave in form resembling Searl's rotating alternating magnetic sine wave (from his rotating magnets). That field shape is due to a magnetic resonance from the MEG-style Outer Ring generator heads positioned around the ring.
The conductive hull plating will generate the electric charges to move the ship (Townsend Brown style; see: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1611.02576.pdf). Searl's engine was in fact part of the bearing assembly for one of Viktor Schauberger (or Schumann .. I get those two mixed up a lot) crafts that was given to John after the end of WWII. Tesla used such a similar field-shape on an experimental design in South America, but without the rotating magnets, just using electrical frequency rotated around the ship, using the hull plating.
Searl's ships used a spiraling magneto-static field in a perimeter circle in interference with the downward vector of his rotating magnets.
Since the lower OTC-X1 engine handles lift and mass reduction, and the impeller is the main directional engine, all that is required is an active negative energy frequency field around the perimeter that resembles more of an X1 style (OTC-X1) outer perimeter field correlation, of negative energy however, to raise the frequency of the outer perimeter of the ship. The goal to be achieved with this is to make sure the ship isn't damaged by fast travel impact of objects on the hull.
What I'm trying to say here, is that the Outer Ring also simulates the same field effect as Searl's rotating magnets, in the spiraling form around the hull. The Outer Ring also is similar to how the OTC-X1 works. I want to denote this similar geometry, because many people overlook it, or can't see what I'm talking about, here. A picture will help, but that'll come later.
The OTC-X1 in conjunction with the outer ring should be perfectly acceptable to still gain the effect of the tendency for the ship to "disappear" or to "phase out of normal solidity," again to protect the craft from high speed impact with random objects or rocks or debris in space. The Outer Ring, based on the MEG also, will provide the power for the vertical core, hull electrogravity shielding, and other systems, while still maintaining the integrity of the negative energy "warp bubble" that accomplishes faster-than-light travel.
Let's take this idea a little further ...
I think the pods chose aluminum because they figured the electromagnets would lock up if the utrons were made of a ferrous material that attracts to a magnet. The thing is tho, not a single one of any OTC-X1 engineer or experimenter ever considered the collapse of the electromagnet ..
Take out the capacitor plates and magnetize the utrons and fit double coils to the electromagnets and it'll move like a Bedini wheel.
Put the capacitor plates back on and let the coils discharge or collapse over the plates .. the energy generated by the utrons .. hense why Carr said the novelty was that the utrons were like batteries that moved around in the rotor.
In this case, it's not the electromagnets over the plates which induces motion, but the magnetic attraction to between the utrons and electromagnets which generate the induced motion.
The horseshoe style electromagnets would be made of a magnetic conductive material, like a type of ceramic that can conduct the magnetic field, but not lock up at the intersection ... in fact .. copper horseshoe cores could work to achieve this.
This is a "reverse" idea, however.
The utrons magnetized north/south at the tips would create a north/south field at both ends of the C-shaped electromagnet core (the metal frame that the coil is wound around).
Also Carr noted that the shape of the utrons themselves prevented magnetic locking.
The goal here is to energize the electromagnets, instead of the electromagnets energizing the utrons through a magnetic collapse occurring at the intersection of utron and electromagnet.
Obviously the electromagnetic collapse is important, because that is how negative energy is initiated.
The coils will pick up a magnetic field induced through the core, just like in a transformer, and their collapse after the utrons pass will carry the static charge over the capacitor plates (di-electrostatic plates), if the utrons are the magnetic elements that induce the electromagnets, instead of the other way around.
There are two possible configurations involved here: the collapse of the electromagnets over the utrons, or the collapse of the electromagnets over the di-electrostatic capacitor plates.
In the case of the Bedini engine, the collapse of the coil induces the motion for the flywheel rotor, pushing the magnets away.
However, instead of the negative energy flyback being captured in a charging battery, they can be collected at the di-electrostatic plates.
As the assembly rotates, the utrons spin faster, eliminating drag between the utrons and the electromagnet cores. An aluminum utron spinning on a dremel, if you hold a magnet near it, the magnet will experience a drag effect that gets the magnet to spin, as seen in one of the videos listed here:
It does not mean that an aluminum utron can magically become a magnet, though. All it means is that the magnetic field can be conducted over the surface of the utron, electrically; through electromagnetic induction.
This is something I haven't yet had the chance to play with, though.
However one can't ignore the similarities with how all these geometries can work interchangeably.
In fact, if you really want to get down and dirty with it ... if you notice historically, the utrons had a coil wound around the outside, and held in place with a type of coating. This would make it MUCH easier to control the magnetic reaction, by energizing the utron coils in time (with electrical timing to set a frequency).
Now you have two sets of coils that can work in alternation with each other -- the utrons and the electromagnets.
Time it as "1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2," and watch it spin.
In that case, the electromagnetic collapse from the UTRONS can be harnessed in negative energy polarity.
This would be much better, because then the electromagnets can be used as electromagnets, and stirr up the electrostatic longitudinal wave field as they induce motion in the disk, as they spin the system in the conventional approach most are familiar with.
That would create a very powerful resonance. The utrons could be of an ordinary copper (better conductor) material with a coil wound around them. There's only 6 possible configurations that a magnet and a coil of wire can generate a polarity of electricity working together. Add in the magnetic collapse though, which is what we are looking for as our framework in physics for generating the warp drive bubble, and then that further narrows down the geometries to use to make this work.
One might think .. well how can the utrons pick up an inductive field, if the coils are spinning in parallel to the electromagnets, instead of in transverse?
That's the point of this framework. What are we looking at, here? What is the receiver in this case, the electromagnets or the utrons? The orientation of this geometry is highly specific. Inductively, a static field conducts through the air between the electromagnets and the utrons. A magnetic field conducts over the di-electric plates. Assuming the central accumulator to be magnetic is the easy part. But there MUST be that "spark" collapse involved, or at the very least the collapse of the electromagnetic field, as evident from EVERYTHING that we know to work, specifically involving Tesla technology, Bedini, and the MEG.
Let's take a look at the electromagnetic collapse, which collapses from the poles to the zero center of the magnetic polarity. The coiled utron has a nice "zero-pole" edge which can catch that collapse through the poles, collapsing in one direction on the upper arm of the electromagnet core, and collapsing in the opposite direction on the lower arm of the electromagnet core, creating an electromagnetic induction (electrical motion of the magnetic field) TO the electromagnet coils, energizing the coils.
If the electromagnetic coils are doubled with two sets of coils, then we can make use of an induction style coil, with a primary and secondary coil wound around the electromagnets. This is where a snap-reversal comes into play, running electromagnetic current through a charged coil, as the coil is beginning to collapse.
The thing to experiment here: how does a magnetized utron induce charge into the electromagnet coil, in Bedini fashion without locking up at the intersection? What material will induce the electromagnetic current to the coil without locking up the engine? This is why there should be two coils around the electromagnets, one wound on top of the other, like a Bedini coil.
Since the utrons are free-spinning, and conducts electricity through their tips through bearings mounted at the tips, then a magnetic lock would just roll on through, but this would have to be done through electromagnetism. An electromagnetic current run on a wire spins in the direction of its polarity. So on one side of the C-shaped electromagnet core, spin is in one direction, and on the other side, spin is in the other direction.
This is the overall framework that we really should consider, in order to reverse-engineer the OTC-X1.
If the c-shaped electromagnetic cores were of aluminum or copper, then would an electromagnetic current be conducted, and induced to the electromagnet coils? Or would it only be an electrostatic energy, without significant polarization?
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The MEG and outer ring system with an impeller and hull plating is the easiest part of all this. But we can't achieve a sufficient temporal and negative mass-energy warp field to make fast hyperspace jumps to another star system without getting the OTC-X1 to work.
We know it worked. They flew it in California. There were witnesses, and it is accepted as truth, that it DID happen.
The whole question of "oh I don't believe it," or "oh it's a bunch of crap" is irrelevant when we have actual designs of a ship that once flew, and was confiscated. John Searl's ship also. There are old videos and hundreds of photographs, and verified experiments of the working engine (The Russian SEG), and photos of the Searl saucers at the airport, next to the old DC-10 passenger airplanes; and they were building on an addition to the airport to handle passengers in the saucers, until the military and governments stepped in and stole it, at the time when Searl had dissassembled his crafts to make larger crafts, and so that equipment was easy to load onto trucks and ship on out in the middle of the night.
This is a pretty solid framework as far as the physics go; and the engineering is much better known now because we have other devices that have been witnessed to work and duplicated and verified to work, including the Townsend Brown technology.
This is our final piece to the puzzle. Quite a handy setup, isn't it?
DARPA wants warp drive in 100 years and is encouraging public participation. NASA EAGLEWORKS wants it too, and Dr. White, in charge of it has signed nondisclosures to the technology that he admits on record that he has been made aware of, and that we do have currently, which is "well beyond warp drive."
The reason why some particular NASA-sponsored articles on the NASA website say that warp drive is merely fantasy at this point, is because the public must be DREAMING if we the people think we're going to have access to this technology unless we make it happen -- which NASA apparently thinks we're just dreaming if we really think we can do it. That's pretty insulting, isn't it?
This is the OTC-X1 framework that we're looking at. There's gotta be an electromagnetic collapse going on across the plates to resonate with the central magnet. That's pretty much it. The shape of the utrons here is part of a simple machine, not something magically mysterious, but pretty much straightforward physics. It's just gonna take an experiment or two or two hundred, to sort this conundrum out.
The point at which the utron comes up to the electromagnet coil, intersects, and passes is to consider.
In a Bedini framework, the utron approaches the electromagnet coil, and the coil begins to pick up a magnetic field. When the utron passes, then the polarity changes, and a snap reversal occurs which rapidly collapses the electromagnetic field because the electromagnetic polarity suddenly changes.
Essentially the polarity reverses also, because the electromagnet collapses. As the magnet approaches the coil, in a Bedini configuration, the coil charges. A rapid collapse of the electromagnet could prevent the utron from attracting to the electromagnet, pushing it along on its way. If the utron's magnetic field is maintained by a coil winding, then the utron's field and the electromagnet field could collapse at the same time.
These are just a couple of different things to play with.
The utrons and electromagnets would be on different circuits, a timing circuit and a charging circuit. That's generally how a Bedini circuit operates. Considering that the Central Accumulator can also be made of a permanent battery construction, like an electret (and there are actually several different ways to do this), then the charging circuit flyback output can dump straight into the capacitor plates.
As long as you don't have to worry about recharging a battery, then the separate circuit can be used to do overunity work instead of having to regenerate its own power source.
Considering that the capacitor disk has to have a charge running to it, so it can move via the electromagnets, as the article below, "Latest OTC-X1 Pod Update; Wiring the OTC-X1" shows, then such a usefulness of perpetuating a current to the disk can be more appreciated applied to a Bedini framework.