I got the experiment kit from Meyl, was able to reproduce wireless energy transmission, but not overunity... thought I didn't manage to get to the resonant frequency.
Just one thing about his experiment kit, it is limited with distance and heavily (at least for the kit he sells) and it wouldn't work lets say for a ungrounded car, since it works as an open air capacitor, the ground is needed for the wireless transfer. Anyway it still an interesting experiment and compared to what exists on the market for wireless technologies that claim to transfer at about 70-80% efficiency. The meyl kit transfers at almost 100% efficiency which is still much better (I don't know about overunity, but even without it 100% efficiency is veerryyy good)
Btw. yeah get the book in german it's much better to read!
What I'd like to add about physics etc. Math is a perfect language that's why it will remain! But as far as concepts of energies used nowadays they are completely flawed! Maths are perfect but they are used in an unperfect way by humans..
For example the conservation of energy... it is a thermodynamic principle, e.g. derived from dynamics of gases!! And stupidly they apply it to everything
if the theory has been proven for gas in a box it doesn't mean it's true anywhere else. Actually I believe it is true, but the box we have to consider is a multidimensional box, in which our world is completely contained, then it doesn't mean there isn't more energy that can be tapped in from other dimensions into ours and then released back to the other dimensions later on (multidimensional conservation of energy, very simple)... But that is a concept completely outside of reach for most scientists.. As you said Gene (because this world is not 3d but instead 4d) well it can have an infinite number of dimensions, but that's not even important how many, we just have to acknowledge there are more than what we see
Then in quantum mechanics, many major flaws! (in fact not flaws, but ignored truths)
first the uncertainty principle, which can be compared to lets say, you have water in a jar, well from a quantum point of view the water can slip outside of the jar and come back inside it all the time... Apply that to an particle stuck into a specific potential, somehow the particle slips out of its bounds and comes back whenever it wants, and based on that you can't determine the energy/momentum of a particle and its position, because the more you limit it the more it slips out of its restricted bounds.. For me that's again a clue that particles (or energy waves, or whatever it is, I use particle just for simplicity) slip in an out of this dimension all the time! But that doesn't ring a bell for most physicists
Then the second part, in quantum theory it is widely accepted that all interactions that happen have to do with virtual photons (and virtual particles)!! e.g. light that pops up from nowhere to disappears back to nowhere??? It strikes me again as a fact that the energy in our dimension relies on energy that is beyond our dimension.
So for the quarks, neutrinos and all that stuff, I don't mind it can be true or not, but the problem lies in these accepted principles of uncertainty and virtual particles that are widely accepted, but not further researched, they are simply accepted as facts (or more precisely postulates! Someday a guy said this was true, it was verified and accepted end of the story) No one bothers to look deeper into this parts of the theory that in my opinion have enormous implications in understanding our reality.
Not even mentioning the other basis of quantum mechanics! The observer determines the outcome of any experiment, thus what we see happen depends on what we want to happen... >>> this is the most profound of all, because if applied all the time it means every single experience is subjective! It always depends on who is making an experiment and observing it, whatever it is..
The other stupid part, quantum entanglement, a pair of particles created somewhere can be then separated by millions of miles, they will both be bound forever and no one knows why.
Anyway even if this theory is not fully right or not, I understand it's hard to find answers to everything
But the point is that all the most interesting parts of the actual theory are widely accepted but never really looked at from a deeper point of view, people prefer to focus on the easy parts of the theory, the hardest parts of the theory can explain A LOT of things, but they are left lying in the dark by everyone, because they somehow don't notice the enormous implications of these subtle domains of the theory
And surely the ones who did notice got kicked out...
ANd yeah Maxwell theory then as meyl looks at it, the original theory depended on a pure scalar field of potential (A) which now is ignored, because it is just considered useful as a mathematical construct. The actual theory still relies on it, but it has been hidden now and the theory has been re-gauged to apply to closed loop circuits, which will prevent overunity from being derived theoretically.
Anyway and loads of other details in every single theory. There is already more than enough in actual theories to prove that our reality is dependent on something else to exist (a field of energy, orgone of whatever name it can be given) and that the observer determines the outcome! So we create our own reality all the time, and that everything in the universe is linked (quantum entanglement)... All of which are the basis of physics today and are completely ignored
Just for fun:
If you want free energy in small scale, get an aluminium plate, let it hang like 1/2m above the ground, connect it to the positive side of a capacitor and connected the negative side of the capacitor to the ground... There you have it, the capacitor will charge up forever day and night... just need to scale it up and make a circuit to discharge the capacitors when they are full (thats the annoying engineering part lol). Thanks tesla for the 'radiant receiver patent' one of the most easy solutions out there, while other more complicated (and that can produce much more energy) are hidden.
"Someday, after we have mastered the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we will harness for God the energies of love and then, for the second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire!" Pierre Teilhard de Chardin