Few people believed them, despite elegant explanations such as the Space Vortex Theory of Paramahamsa Tewari of India. (In my photo from 1987 at the left, Tewari points out a technical paper held by the late Stefan Marinov, while conference attendees in Hannover, Germany, listen attentively.)
Tewari’s super-high efficiency machine can start the clean-energy revolution. It tested at 238 per cent efficient last November. That means it produced more than twice the amount of electrical power than it needed to start running.
A major manufacturer of AC generators in India duplicated the machine and reported 250 per cent efficiency!
This month could mark the turning point in public awareness. Finally a real over-unity energy prototype from a reputable engineer/physicist has been announced in a mass media venue while established manufacturers are getting ready to produce it.
Before writing about the news, I’ve waited for the go-ahead from the inventor and his American colleague, electrical engineer Toby Grotz. Now I can happily point you to the recent revolutionary advances made by Tewari.
The economics section of the newspaper India Times broke the news big-time on April 7, but a Canadian group Collective-Evolution.com already had an article by Grotz. He’s grateful for their website assistance.
And I’m delighted at this development and grateful to Paramahamsa Tewari for his nearly 40 years of work on the invention and to Toby Grotz for making so many trips to India to test the machine and assist with the project over the past two decades.
A few years ago Tewari said, “I clearly see self running space engines to be the motors and generators in immediate future — ‘space’ engines , because it is ‘space’ that creates electrons. The electrons assemble atoms, and the atoms and the electrons with their mutual electric force produce electric current to give free power, eternally.”