RED ELF
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RED ELF³
Radiant Energy Device

Extremely Low Frequency
Electrostatic Longitudinal Field
Electromotive Local Force

Radiant Energy Devices use power waves. The quantity of radiant energy may be calculated by integrating radiant flux (or power) with respect to time and, like all forms of energy, its SI unit is the joule.

Tethers

Tethers are long conducting wires, such as antenna, which can operate on electromagnetic principles as generators, by harnessing radiant energy. Electric potential is generated across a conductive structure by variety of phenomena. The choice of the metal conductor to be used in tethers are determined by a variety of factors.

Configuration
Primary factors
- electrical conductivity
- density
Secondary factors (application dependent)
- cost
- strength

Generators
- voltage
- current
- frequency
- alternating current / direct current

Earth Tether

Electrodynamic tether (planet)
Resonant generating circuit
Reception of electrical energy without transmitter

Technologies
- Plauson air node
- Tesla coil (three coupled resonant circuit)
- Stubblefield ground

Space Tether

Electrodynamic tether (space)
- long conducting wires (tether satellite)

Operate on electromagnetic principles
- generators, converting kinetic energy to electrical energy
- motors, converting electrical energy to kinetic energy.

Electric potential generation
- motion through the Earth's magnetic field

Crystal radio

Crystal radio receiver
- crystal set
- cat's whisker receiver
Power received from radio waves by an antenna

Simple radio receiver
- no battery
- no power source

Antenna
Ground
Tuned circuit
- Tuning
- Impedance
- Selectivity
- Inductively-coupled
Crystal detector
- Galena
- Diodes
Earphones

Swiss M-L converter

Testatika
Electrostatic machine

MEG

Motionless electromagnetic generator

Sustain operation in addition to powering load without application of external electrical power
Extraction of vacuum energy from environment
"Over-unity" operation
- first law of thermodynamics

U.S. Patent 6,362,718
Inventors: Thomas E. Bearden, Stephen L. Patrick, James C. Hayes, James L. Kenny, and Kenneth D. Moore

Configuration
- Transformer
- Permanent magnet
- Actuator coils

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