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rexjames

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Hey all, the reason im writing is i have been turned on to some information about magnetic pulse technology and thought the brilliant minds using this forum would like to know about it. Any discussion about it is welcome. There have been individuals that have created what science would call a 'perpetual' energy device, though i don't think any physical law is actually broken, it is only knowledge we do not have (or have been repressed from knowing) as i believe this technology has been around for many years now, such that legends in the past have delved into including Tesla. Anyhow, one of the guys that has built one of these machines resides here in Coeur d' Alene Idaho, the legendary John Bedini. His claim is that his 10 node monopole magnetic motor has 'over - unity' and can output up to 400% of what it uses to power the machine. Anyone who is into energy conservation can imagine what kind of impact this claim could have today. please look at these pages as he is building another 6 pole machine:
http://www.icehouse.net/john34/bedinibearden.html
http://www.icehouse.net/john34/kron.html

Here are other videos of motors running off permanent magnets, created by Perendev, and one that GM corporation supposedly has a patent for of similar construction:


and some others that have been documented on the BBC:



Do not be misinformed by the skeptics, make up your own mind of what the real truth behind this technology is.

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     Gibson spelled backwards is nosbig. This does not mean Orville had a big nose. I thought you all would like to know this since according to Gregg, this site will out last us all like a Bedini perpetual motion motor and what we say here ABOUT HARP GUITARS will be on our permanent record for all eternity. Tone we need more pics of the harp build. Thank you...Michael 


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Hey Michael, thanx for humoring me, this is Dave writing BTW, and i probalby violated some part of the regulations i suppose by posting irrelevant content, I just thought the more people that know about this technology the better.  However in my defense i think John Bedini and his brother Gary are sons of a renowned jazz guitarist, Alex Bedini.  If his sons are still into music as i think they are from the amps they build and acoustic research they also do, I may be able to trade one of my older harp guitars for one of their motors thus powering my entire house and woodshop off of free energy.  I'll let you know when i find out more from them.  Cheers!

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(More pix of the new HG are coming as soon as we install the truss rod, it hasn't arrived yet)

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Michael

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     Sorry Dave. I thought Tone was taking a day off and I wasn't going to get my HG pic's fix. I apologize.
                                     Michael

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NP mike, no reason to apologize, we are taking another week off tho cuz the guys at allied lutherie didn't ship my truss rod because of their absence due to attending the NAMM festival. Guess it should be here thursday or friday.

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Which reminds me, I need to get some new pics of my very slow progress on the octave mando. Biggest lesson learned so far is: DO NOT get in a hurry bending Black Limba. I spent an hour on just the cut away piece, and it's not quite done.
And yes...I need a HG build pic fix as well.

Here's the back set before I glued it up.


I filled the worm holes with dark material so they still look like worm holes!


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rexjames

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Wow, that wood looks beautiful.  i know what you mean by take your time, we broke the first set of sides we tried to bend as a result of impatience.  luckily there was enough spare pieces to replace it with. 


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