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India permits free energy technology


India permits free energy technologyThe free energy that is found in India has given it its pride. It is also much willing to risk challenging Petrodollar countries with its move to support the Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG). It was invented by its engineer who was the former Executive Director of the Nuclear Power in India.

All these developments could not have gone through without considering the possible consequences that could have erupted from the petrodollar nations. India has decided to align its military program with Russia against the Nazionist cabal that is imposing all sorts of sanctions to destroy.

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The RLG generator was invented by Paramahamsa Tewari, who was an electrical engineer. The efficiency of the models he has built is as high as 250%. I made one visit in November 2014 to see the basis of the RLG that began in 2010. After I had arrived there, small experiments were done to prove how the RLG works. I found out that the work was ingenious, and the breakthrough was imminent.

The experiment has been done severally to prove the efficiency of generators far above the previous design. The design uses the same materials that were used before in the previous generators, but the magnetic circuit is the only device that was changed and configured to cancel back the torque while inducing current and producing power.

In my November visit, I saw two tests that were carried out to test for efficiency on the new model. The second test turned out to produce better results than the first one by a 238% efficiency. This might shift to 300% if the stator coils are connected to the circuit. This is a three phase generator that operates at 50 Hz.

We later visited a 130-acre factory, and when the chief electrical engineer saw our drawings of the RLG, they knew immediately that the generator was meant for efficiency. They were confidence in the design that we had, and because of that, they assembled a self-excited machine that was to emanate 20 KVA.

Since the invention of the electric motor by Faraday in 1832, this has been a breakthrough for engineers in India. The technology of elimination of the back torque allows for all the energy to pass through the engine. Current models can produce a higher output that is each machine can generate up to 2.38 times the input.

No suppression of new energy technology is expected

Technology has surpassed time. From the use of horse carriages to the use of trains, trains were later abandoned for airliners and much more. Natural gas is replacing coal energy. This means that more efficiency energy wins over energy that is expensive. That is why dollars are chasing efficiency that is suppressed by market forces. The result of this tussle is that efficiency turns out to be the winner in the market.

Well known electrical engineers have agreed on the fact that Tewari’s machine will never be suppressed. The nuclear power corporation allowed having two technicians to work on this machine as he was building the plant for the nuclear power. The work of Tewari has been approved and accepted by the government, and it has even become a national pride for India. The bottom line of all this machines and the emergence of technology is that “efficiency always thrives/wins.”

The Indians have joined the bandwagon of Engineers by saying that the work of Tewari will never be suppressed. This is their national pride and they are ready to take on the world with a boom.

How to eliminate the emission of carbon

  1. Elimination of carbon fuels.
  2. Use renewable energy system because they have no fuel costs.
  3. Coal production has already peaked in terms of BTUs per pound.
  4. Have a reservoir of an energy system that does not rely on non-renewable energy.
  5. Building a new energy system that is based on an energy system based on the worldwide fossil depletion rate.
John Turner
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