QEG ‘Free Energy’ Project Update: Whooptastic progress and some hard facts & figures

I probably could write about a lot of things, but I decided to take this blog in the direction of where I was feeling at any given moment. So, rather than apologise for being a slacker, which many of us bloggers are prone to do, I’ll just be up front and say, I’ve been busy on other things and I haven’t felt compelled to write anything lately. Today I wanted to go back to the Free Energy Project, however, because I don’t want to drop the issue as I feel it’s incredibly important that we build some momentum on the subject across the internet.

Fix The World’s QEG Project – To Recap:

There’s a bunch of people across the globe working simultaneously on a common goal and simply, that’s to bring Free Energy to We The People. These are small groups of engineers, physicists and really smart leaders in their field; all new paradigm thinkers that want to free us from petroleum based slavery – certainly in our own homes – by piggybacking on the efforts of early 20th century inventor/genius dude Nikola Tesla, using his original patents to create portable Quantum Energy Generator systems that will (hopefully) provide enough energy to power a home (and to be self powered in the process).

The project is being spearheaded by an Organisation called Fix The World Project, founded by Naima Feagin or ‘Hope Girl’ as she is otherwise known. Among other projects associated with the New Paradigm, this organisation has raised funds via Crowdfunding in order to bring this technology to the fore.

The groups are based in Pennsylvania, Orlando, Morocco, Taiwan and Germany. Each has built its own QEG using sourced parts based on modified designs based on Tesla’s original patents. If you’re an engineer with the type of brain that understands this kind of stuff, you should be able to see the designs and understand, in theory at least, how it all works. A conventional generator, for instance, requires about 15KW power to produce 10KW using something like fossil fuels to power it. Your home requires about 10KW to power it. The QEG takes a small amount of power to start it initially (around 1KW) which spins a rotor in the generator which, to cut a very long story short, will produce around 10KW, and of course, once it’s up and running will be self powered too and can run indefinitely. Bye Bye fossil fuels and, in theory, being a slave to ‘The Grid’.

So what’s new?

The first, incredibly tricky part was achieving actual Resonance (so generating power), then the next big goal was to achieve ‘Over-Unity’ (or generating more power than the unit took to power itself) in order that the Unit could be self powered. Broadly, there are three phases to a QEG build. These are:

1) Resonance
2) Over Unity
3) Self Looping/RMS power output

A little more on the Science behind the QEG:

Now I get hazy when I read the science parts, and I’d probably misrepresent that side of it, so I’m lifting this quote from the Fix The World blog:

In the QEG, resonance is created by modulating the inductance in the core’s primary (or secondary) windings with the spinning rotor. This induces a voltage in the coils which then starts a massive electromechanical resonance, which then builds up even more high voltage through the piezoelectric effect of the mechanical resonance (vibration). This voltage can be as high as 25,000 volts (25kV), with the frequency determined by the tank capacitor value. The generator performance is then optimized to a first tuning level, where the basic power output is maximized. This is the raw power available, and we have seen as much as 20,000 VARs. This is known as Volt-Amperes Reactive, analogous to Watts but used when rating reactive AC power. The raw, reactive power must now be converted to RMS power, at 50 or 60 Hz, for the generator to run itself (self-looping) and provide power in the form useable to power your home.

Here  is a nice video showing Jamie – lead engineer in Morocco – explaining  the QEG Unit achieving Over Unity output in VARs (in fairly technically gory detail so Luddites can just look at the pictures and the shiny bits to get the message):

Resonance? Check! Over Unity? Check! Is that it?

Well, clearly, not quite. While the groups have all now achieved these first phase goals ‘with big shiny knobs on’  - the Moroccan group’s tests have produced almost 20,000 VARs energy out with 600 Watts energy in (erm, apparently that’s a lot) – all that is left in these first groundbreaking stages is to reach the third and final phase in the process which converts the VAR energy to Watts to allow the unit to functionally power your gadgets and home. According to the Fix The World blog this stage is “a relatively simple phase” and we await the news of these latest tinkerings. One thing I will say, it’s bloody noisy, so I’m guessing there will be a whole other need to invent something to wrap this thing in some kind of noise reducing cover to minimise the racket – inventors that’s your cue to get busy.

In the meantime, in the interests of transparency, Hopegirl has released an expenditure report detailing where Fix The World has spent the money that’s been raised so far. You can read it here.

If you’re into the science part and can tear yourself away from coverage of Kim and Kanye’s wedding, the team has just released a Test and Measurement Report June 2014. Nope, I don’t understand understand it either, but if you’re that way inclined, you will.

I prefer to share in the whooptastic energies of all those experiencing resonance in all its bulb blasting glory here on these videos (except Germany, no whooping there folks, just pure techno porn):

Taiwanese QEG Team reaching resonance:

Moroccan QEG Team reaching resonance:

German QEG Team reaching ‘non-whoopy’ resonance:


So if you feel compelled to do so, why not visit the Fix The World ‘Go Fund Me’ page and donate a few dollars, pounds, Euros, Yen or whatever to the Fix The World Project. You never know, it might just change the world…

UPDATE to the UPDATE!: Hopegirl is now posting small Youtube mini tutorial updates showing Engineer Jamie detailing how they are approaching aspects of the build from a techy perspective  - so if you’re an engineer or just curious, you can see how they are approaching the design/build and hopefully jump on board in your own part of the world and get building too. In the spirit of transparency and the Open Sourcing of these efforts, perhaps you will all be so good as to share your own approaches publicly to enhance the knowledge base.

To watch and subscribe to Hopegirl’s Youtube Channel. Please go here.


Featured image courtesy of Fix The World Project Blog


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