Searl Effect Technology
The Searl Effect Generator (SEG) is a magnetic diode, and what one may consider one of the original “Free Energy” Devices. The inventor of the technology is Professor John Robert Roy S
earl of England. The SEG in essence is a composite ring made of an
electron reservoir (a rare earth like Neodymium), a magnetized accelerator stage (Iron or Nickel), an electron flow regulator stage (Nylon 66 or Teflon), and finally, a paramagnetic layer (Aluminium or Copper). The design of the SEG is both beautifully simple and infuriatingly complex at the same time.The craft pictured here are Inverse Gravity Vehicles (IGVs), of which 41 prototypes were built, and one large version was constructed, the DEMO-1, in 1968. The smaller craft were the P series IGVs, approximately 11 feet in diameter and weighing a few tonnes. DEMO-1 was 21 feet in diameter and weighed 11 tonnes. You can see it flying here to the right.
Inside each of these IGVs there is a powerful 3-ring SEG which provides levity to the craft through a combination of magnetic, electrostatic and flywheel effects, many of which I freely admit are beyond my comprehension.
The iron element in the SEG “plate” (the big ring) is magnetized with a combined DC and AC magnetizing sequence which causes many poles to form all over the surface of the iron, in a wave like pattern corresponding to the AC frequency used. The iron element is then combined with the others (which are NOT involved in the magnetizing process) in a process called sintering – pushing them together under pressure. The same is done for the smaller magnets, or “rollers”, except that each roller consists of eight stacked segments held together by the magnetic field. When you have twelve roller stacks and a c
orrectly magnetized plate, and place the rollers on the plate as below, something truly amazing happens.
There are only ten rollers in the picture for safety reasons, as in a full set, the rollers will accelerate to 250km/h around the pla
te! This incredible feat is due to the instability of having an AC sine imprint on the plate and a cosine print on the rollers – instability created as the fields conflict causes the rollers to orbit the plate. They are held down by the magnetic field and thrown out by the centrifugal forces, so the rollers do not actually touch the plate when in motion. Thus, friction is virtual
ly non-existent, and the high electrostatic charge accumulated by the SEG soon ionises all the nearby air and pushes it totally away from the SEG, enveloping it in an intense vacuum. High voltage flashover thus becomes impossible, and the potentials created by the generator can reach monstrous levels.Unlike any other form of electrical technology, the presence of electron flow throught the generator actually cools it, reducing the resistance. This is due to free electrons being pulled out of the air and the resulting energy deficit causing the air to cool. As one places a greater and greater load on the SEG’s induction coils (fitted so that the rollers pass through them to produce high-frequency AC), the rollers accelerate to accomodate the added energy drain, more power is pulled from the air, and the temperature lowers even further. A critical poi
nt is eventually reached. At 4 degrees Kelvin, the SEG superconducts and totally loses all electrical resistance. At this point, it levitates, completely enveloped in a perfect vacuum. Without control, it will accelerate up away from the Earth and disappear off into space, never to be seen again. To control it, a powerful radio frequency emitted nearby is required. If the same RF is transmitted as the AC frequency used to magnetise the rollers, they will completely stop. This acts as an ide
al control gate, preventing the loss of costly generators.
THIS SECTION ADDED 08/11/2000
This area will now house all the Searl-related pictures I can get my hands on. They say that a picture speaks a thousand words……
Above is a picture of a pressing apparatus used in the sintering process. The different ring-roller elements are heated and pushed together under several tonnes per square inch.
Above is a picture of a completed ring, with the iron ring-elements magnetically bonded to it. Note that the ring shells are not complete yet.
One picture of IGV construction
A number of overunity generators, which produce more energy than they take to run, have surfaced in the past century. Ironically, they have been more trouble than they were worth. In nearly all cases, a supposedly working prototype has been unable to make it to commercial production as a result of various corporate or government forces working against the technology. Recently, the Lutec 1000, an “electricity amplifier,” has been making steady progress toward a final commercial version. Will consumers soon be able to buy it, or will it too be suppressed?