LA2.2. N-Machine
@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

LA2.2. N-Machine

The first prototype which provided the scientific confirmation for the feasibility of telekinetic free energy devices, is a generator called the "N-Machine". A photograph of this generator is shown in Figure LA2. The N-Machine is the best known and the most thoroughly investigated telekinetic free energy device. The results of its operation, and also all of its technical details, are available to interested people without any secrets. Actually, the N-Machine so far is the only telekinetic device known to me, whose vital technical details are not kept confidential. The constructor of the N-Machine is the late Bruce DePalma, an investigator of free energy devices, presently recognized as the leader in the scientific approach to the extraction of energy from the environment. It is almost sure, that it was for the creation of N-Machine that the late DePalma paid with his own life, falling a victim of assassination organised for him by UFOnauts – as this is described in subsection W4. But the principles of operation of the DePalma generator is based on the spinning magnetic disk invented in 1831 by Faraday – as this is described two paragraphs below. His first prototype of the N-Machine, the late DePalma conducted in the DePalma Energy Corporation. (Address in 1989: he DePalma Energy Corporation, 1187 Coast Village Road #1-163, Santa Barbara, CA 93108, USA). This prototype was later replicated and thoroughly researched in cooperation with the Indian Nuclear Power Board, Karwar, India. But difficulties and persecution that the late DePalma experienced in the USA during the construction and research of his first prototypes, caused that in 1990s he shifted initially to Australia, and then to New Zealand, in search of conditions in which he would not be persecuted. Unfortunately he did not escape from vindictive UFOnauts, who got him finally in New Zealand. In New Zealand DePalma died rapidly and prematurely on Thursday, 2 October 1997, in the middle of his creative potential and in very mysterious circumstances which suggest his possible assassination by UFOnauts – as this is described in subsection W4. The last before his death developmental works on N- Machine he carried out in the DePalma Institute, 211 Howard Rd, Private Bag 11, Oerere Point (i.e. suburb of Auckland), New Zealand.
Soon after the completion of one of the first prototypes of the N-Machine, a group of experts several times measured precisely the overall efficiency of the DePalma generator. This first crude prototype, in the most unfavourable conditions, had an efficiency amounting to 104.5% of the total energy input to the electric motor that supplies rotational speed "n" to the generator - see [1LA2.2] "Report on the Initial Testing Phase of N-1 Electrical Power Generator", DePalma Energy Corporation Report #1, 6 January 1988, page 6. The results obtained by DePalma encouraged other investigators to repeat his findings. All three investigators who made their results available (Trombly, Tewari, Kincheloe) confirmed the achievement of a similar level of the generator's overall efficiency [1LA2.2].
Detailed descriptions of this generator are contained in several reports. In past these reports were prepared and disseminated by the DePalma Corporation (e.g. [1LA2.2]). Video tapes that demonstrate its operation could also be purchased on request in past. Furthermore, when DePalma was alive, his prototypes could be examined and measured in the laboratory of the DePalma Corporation. (Note that the mysterious circumstances of the DePalma’s death are described in subsection W4.) The prototype of the N-Machine, which has been investigated in most details, has about 1 meter in length and 0.4 metres in diameter. Its weight is around 400 kilograms. Its output reaches 2480 Watts (i.e. 800 A x 3.1 V) of a direct current (DC), for the input rotations of about 2600 rev/min.
A diagram of the N-Machine is shown in Figure LA3. The most important part of this generator is a solid, bronze rotor (2) assembled on a rotary shaft (1), and consisting of permanent magnet segments (3). In the prototype shown in Figure LA2, a NdFeB permanent magnet is used, which has the shape of a ring 212 mm long and 330 mm in diameter. It produces a field of about 6750 gauss. The electrical energy produced in the rotor (2) is collected by brushes (4) and (5), which transfer it to an output collector (9). At the end of the shaft (1) a belt transmission (6) is located. The rotor (2) is supplied with the required rotational speed "n" via this transmission (6) and the shaft (1). The speed "n" is produced by the propelling motor (7). The electric current is passed to the motor (7) from an input collector (8).
The operation of the N-Machine is based on an old empirical discovery in 1831 by Michael Faraday. Faraday discovered that the spin of a conductive magnetic disc creates a difference of electric potentials between the peripheral and the centre of this disc. To utilise this difference of potentials in 1831 Faraday build the first electricity generator, the design and operation of which were almost identical to the design and operation of N-Machine. But the origin of this difference of potentials was satisfactorily explained only after the Telekinetic Effect was discovered, and after it was established that the centrifugal acceleration acting on magnetic field of the spinning Faraday disk, releases the Telekinetic Effect technically, while this effect moves telekinetically electrons contained in the spinning disk – for details see subsection H6.1. The late DePalma was satisfied with the very existence of this electromotive force, and he did not try to theoretically establish where this force comes from. Although I was in contact with DePalma and shared with him my theory of the Telekinetic Effect and explained to him how this effect releases the electromotive force in his machine, he himself for some strange reasons never accepted this theory, never recognised the existence of the Telekinetic Effect, and never approved that this effect performs a major role in his machine. In spite of this non-recognising of the Telekinetic Effect by DePalma himself, I am presenting below the operation of the N-Machine in the light of the action of this effect.
In the DePalma generator, a motor (7) produces the rotary motion "n", and supplies this through a belt transmission (6) and a shaft (1) to the rotor (2). The fast spinning of the bronze rotor (2) produces the centripetal acceleration that acts at the force lines of a magnetic field yielded by the magnet (3). This acceleration releases the Telekinetic Effect whose drive P begins to act upon the free electrons contained in the bronze rotor (2). Subsequently, this P drive causes the dislocation of these electrons and the formation of a difference of electric potentials between the brushes (4) and (5). This difference amounts to about 1.216 V for each n=1000 rev/min. The brushes (4) and (5) are connected to the output collector (9) which passes on the current produced for use. After the short-circuiting of the outer connections, the present prototype of this generator produces power of about Wo=800Ax3.1V. 
DePalma's experiments determined that there is a critical density of the magnetic field which saturates the bronze rotor. Below this critical density, the increase of a magnetic flux supplied to the rotor increases proportionally the electrical output of the generator. But above this critical density, the increase of the field does not cause an increase in the output. It seems that such a saturation results from the number of free electrons which exist in a given volume of bronze, and which can be shifted by the Telekinetic Effect. This critical density can be easily achieved through the application of permanent magnets.
At the final level of development of the N-Machine, accomplished before the death of DePalma in New Zealand, some technical obstacles still exist which hold back its commercial use. These obstacles are caused mainly by problems with the effective utilization of the generator's output for a self-supply of its own energy consumption, i.e. the consumption of energy by the electric motor that provides the rotations necessary for its operation. The successful solving of these problems requires further experiments and research. The most difficult aspect of these problems is that the Telekinetic Effect is able to create only about 1.216 V for each n=1000 rev/min of the rotor. Thus the entire power of the N-Machine is contained in its Amperes, not in its Volts. On the other hand, designs of highly efficient electric motors require the input voltage of about 24 V. Therefore a commercially viable N-Machine needs to be able to produce at least this high voltage.
The DePalma team tried to resolve this problem through the use of two rotors on a common shaft, and their subsequent connection in a series. But after the building of such a prototype, it turned out that the magnetic field from one rotor interferes with the operation of the other, and vice versa. Moreover, the additional electric current which is forced to flow through a given rotor, but which originates from the other rotor, releases a number of electromagnetic effects of the first generation. These first generation effects (e.g. a right-hand rule, Lorentz force, Hall effect, etc.) increase the drag (friction) of the generator and neutralize the action of the Telekinetic Effect. It appears that the only way to resolve the low voltage problem in the N-Machine is to complete a pilot research on the Telekinetic Effect first, and only after this, to implement the findings obtained. The difficult part of this problem is how to release the Telekinetic Effect so that it is not accompanied by any other electromagnetic effects of the first generation. There is the possibility of such segmentation and serial connection of the rotor, so that the shape of subsequent segments exactly corresponds to the direction of telekinetic drive, whereas their capacity corresponds to the output of this Effect.
There are various rumours, that shortly before his death, DePalma actually found empirical solution to his voltage problem. However he died (was assassinated by UFOnauts) before he managed to implement this solution. The secret of his solution died with him.

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