Inventor Gerard Morin has come up with what appears to be a possible variant of the QMoGen that may shed light on how the QMoGens work.
He says he has been studying Tesla AC power for 15 years, with special focus in the past 10 months.
He says it is not the same thing as typical AC current. He calls it “radiant watts” and says Tesla claimed, “Radiant Watts will not kill you.”
His system includes two 18-volt AC batteries (for recharging tools; 1.1 A-h), hooked up in series to make 32 volts; turns small motor ~4,000 rpm, which turns a small “modulator” (not “generator”), with no brushes, no friction; typically capable of 30 watts.
- “I’m making the current manifest itself. It’s natural energy — pure electrons.”
His demonstrations include:
- Powering 1000 lumens LED bulb designed for 120-V, 60 Hz
- Powers pancake 60-V, DC motor, with brushes, experimental, from China…