The SEG is a revolutionary technology to generate clean electrical power directly from ambient energy that surrounds us at all times and it is under development by SEG Magnetics, Inc. (“SEGM”) based in California.
Powering the Future
This sustainable power generator is designed to operate without fuel, pollution, noise, or machine wear, and can do so regardless of weather conditions. The electromagnetic field created by the SEG moves its many components and keeps materials from causing friction, allowing parts to last indefinitely. It is scalable to provide for homes, transportation, off-the- grid-communities, and even industrial power plants as a world-class solution.
Comparison with Water Dam
The best comparison is to that of a water dam. A water dam is essentially a turbine placed in running water like a river. This natural water cycle is pushed by the planets torus and by extension pushes the the turbine in a water dam. The SEG works in almost the exact same way except that the SEG is a small turbine pushed directly by a small torus. Though these methods feature different materials and components, the process is very similar. We will compare the 4 main parts.
How it Works
Electrons spin around every atom in the entire universe, they are buzzing around and through you at every moment. The SEG harnesses power by moving an electromagnetic turbine, moved and powered by drawing this buzzing energy in and directing them back out. It creates a homing point for random energy, allowing it to become uniform and orderly. A toroidal electromagnetic field (or Torus) through this drawing in and throwing out cycle. This open cycle enables it to function as both a prime mover of mechanical rotors, but moreover as a generator that continually processes energy from the natural environment.
Negatively charged electrons (that desire a positive destination) enter the reservoir (neodymium) and are processed to move through the system before being thrown out and re-processed. The cycle continues as more electrons are drawn in and the generator speeds up, increasing output.
The Searl or Spatial Effect Generator
Electrons (or water molecules) flow into the reservoir where they are stored before flowing through the system
The regulator provides a barrier that channels the electrons along to the next step.
As the electrons flow freely and push the turbine (converter) they create electricity.
The emitter transfers this created energy into a usable form where it can be collected, stored, and used.
Our first GEM opportunity comes from SEG Magnetics, Inc. and is designed around rare earth element metals and a few new techniques in magnetic printing. The rare earth metal functions as the “reservoir” of electrons from which the generator draws electrons to form electron pairs (bosons) for unimpeded electrical current. The element Nd60 has an essential electron capture effect that brings in electrons from the outside atmosphere, which completes the electrical circuit, in effect creating an “open energy cycle” of flowing electrons or composite fermions to convert ambient energy into internal electrical power.
The SEG is a revolutionary technology under development for energy production. SEGM has performed research since 2010 and confirmed the feasibility of the SEG and its dynamic electromagnetic functions leading to the current preferred physical design.
The key to unlocking limitless power lies with a proprietary magnetization process developed by SEGM called magnetic imprinting. The process is used to impress magnetic waveforms onto the SEG components to activate the system’s power source. The magnetic imprinting is a propriety process and represents the most important discovery. Proof-of-Concept demonstrations have established the baseline and proof of magnetic imprinting effect.
The magnetic imprinting process, developed by SEGMI, imprints all permanent magnetic layers with a proprietary waveform. This enables the magnetized rotors, called “rollers” to rotate around the large stator ring as it tracks the imprinted patterns like as planetary gear.
Utilizing a rare-earth metal such as neodymium to capture outside electrons, the metal core has extra electrons in the outer atomic band, which are easily removed and replaced. Electrons from the neodymium core get drawn out of this core and change from net negative to positive which attract kinetically active electrons from the surrounding atmosphere to effectively harness energy for the SEG.
The SEG gains power as the electrons are drawn in and emitted creating a toroidal electromagnetic field surrounding the SEG. Electrons flowing through the SEG and outside form a surrounding energy field that harnesses ambient energy.
Years of research has led to the combination of rare earth, teflon, magnetic and copper layers in layered ring materials assembly that produces a sustainable reaction in the form of electromagnetic interactions that convert energy into electrical power output. Energy drawn from the open system design consists of the orbiting rollers that speed up as more power is tapped from the SEG to meet the demands of the electrical loads.
The SEG has a compact design, consisting of three Stator Rings, each made of four distinctively different materials concentrically layered to each other and fixed to a base. Surrounding each of the Stator Rings (called “plates”) are rollers designed with the same materials but are free to rotate around the Plates. The innermost plate has 12 rollers, 22 on the second stage and 32 on the final Plate. Surrounding the outermost set of rollers are conventional electromagnets. These are C shaped cores and by way of magnetic induction, tap energy production from the rapidly orbiting rollers. The inductive pickup coils can be configured to supply either AC or DC power at a variety of voltages and current levels for any application requirement.
The SEG as designed contains 2,124 parts that makeup three plates (12 parts) and 66 roller sets (2112). Each roller set consists of 8 segments constructed from 32 parts and weighs approximately 180 pounds. The three plates and rollers are designed to maximize electrical output per pound. Electron flow Cascades in series from the innermost side to the outer side and the electric output calculations are based primarily on its mass or weight.
Scaling up output energy; the SEG formula
Power requirements can be scaled using the following generalized formula: 90 watts per pound or 200 watts per kilograms of the generator’s weight.
The initial preferred design consists of a first stage innermost set designed to carry a load rated at 2.5kW, second stage at 4.5kW and the outermost set of 8kW for a total output electric generator of 15kW.
A scaled up Mega-watt category is possible after the development of the 15kW version.
The innermost layer is the rare earth element Neodymium. This functions as the “reservoir” of electrons from which the generator will draw electrons to form electron pairs (bosons). The element Nd60 has an essential electron capture effect that brings in electrons from the outside atmosphere, which completes the electrical circuit, in effect creating an “open energy cycle” of flowing electrons or composite fermions.
Next is an outward dialectic layer which serves to regulate the flow of paired charges. Without this layer, it is unregulated (like a reservoir without a dam). This layer is a Teflon material used for its negative charge properties and high density. It serves as a barrier to fermions or single electrons, but amiable for the composite electrons of the generator which are Bosons with the characteristics of a photon.
The most critical layer and the main focus of research and development, is the magnetic layer which is a permanent magnetic material. The magnetic imprinting process developed by SEGM imprints the magnetic layer with a waveform magnetic layer of all roller segments and plate rings. This allows the roller to rotate around the plate.
The outer most layer is the conductive band or “emitter” layer, consisting of (OFHC) copper. It makes it possible for the rollers to spin and orbit around the plate on eddy currents to form a magnetic bearing. As a result, the generator’s moving parts never touch giving a very long wear cycle. The electron density in the eddy currents surrounding all moving parts allows zero friction and no contact points. Studies suggest no wear for decades of continuous operation. The final layer, where high-velocity charges emitted from the surfaces of the copper, drives the rollers, resulting in a halo of electron charges and electromagnetic fields due to the electron flow through the air around the SEG.
Proof-Of-Concept – SEG electro-mechanical functions
This SEG mockup demonstrates the innermost Stator Ring and Rollers arranged by a general magnetic field. This motor design confirms electro mechanically how rollers can roll and orbit around the stator ring along the magnetic waveform tracking over the copper band or stator ring assembly.
This is the Proof of Concept that confirms and isolates the eddy currents of the magnetic bearing effect inherent in the SEG design. It demonstrates rollers are magnetically suspended by eddy currents of densely packed electrons acting as frictionless bearings; no noise or wear between relative motion of the stator and rotors.
The toroidal wired demo (see picture above) confirms that the SEG functions like a unipolar motor. It provides evidence that rollers are set into motion by the radial output, with electrical currents emitted from the stator through the roller, which set them into motion. It also shows the path of electrical charges as traced by the looping wires going back into the stator ring as a valid and workable electrical circuit. It provides physical lines that parallel the magnetic lines that will result from the full SEGM process. A Torus type electromagnetic field forms and surrounds a fully functioning SEG; electrical flow is demonstrated by the physical copper wires seen above.
Custom designed testing platform enables the magnetic waveform investigation. It consists of a gauss meter to scan magnetic patterns magnetized into the designated layer of both Segment Roller and Stator Rings. The results display on a digital oscilloscope, representing the most significant proof of concept.
The Key Magnetization
The value of SEGM’s work and discoveries lies in its trade secret magnetic imprinting process. SEGM has chosen to keep the magnetic imprinting as a trade secret instead of a patent in order to prevent the details from being published. SEGM’s opinion is the magnetic imprinting process cannot get reversed engineered since it is a process that took years of trial and error to perfect.
SEGM has developed a laboratory and design center and is ready to move to the next level. The only thing delaying the process is larger, more powerful (and more expensive) equipment needed to scale up the power requirements for the final phase of magnetic imprinting.
Today’s capacitive discharge industrial magnetizer is a hammer, suitable for only simple saturation of conventional magnets. SEG requires magnetic imprinting of exact dynamic levels and a clear magnetization process. SEGM’s magnetizing system is a customized system that produces fine and clear output specifically for the magnetization of the SEG magnetic layer.
Market Price of Electricity Comparison
Wholesale electric power is priced out in megawatt hour (MWh) increments. Today the average wholesale rate is US$30 – $60 per MWh. (see chart below)2 or converted to kWh 1÷1000 or 0.001 x (30 – 60) 3 cents to 6 cents per kWh. By way of example, the Palo Verde Generating Station supplies electricity at an operating cost (including fuel and maintenance) of 4.3 cents per kilowatt-hour in 2015, notwithstanding a desired return on plant investment of 5.9 billion dollars. These prices are based on huge commitments and cannot be delivered profitably in small quantities the way an SEG machine can. In addition, they come with volatile price spikes.
How much revenue is generated from the electric power of just one 15 kWh SEG?
- One day (24 hours) US$360.
- One month (30 days) US$10,800.
- One year (365 days) US$131,400.
- Ninety-nine years (36,135 days) US$13, 008,600
The 99-year exceptional life estimate is based on a proven frictionless magnetic bearing technology. The moving parts of the SEG are air-gapped separated and held by magnetic forces. SEG components are ideal for fast and easy replacement, minimising any downtime for any service requirement during the life of the SEG machine. SEGM will bear all expenses of operations including replacement after first deducting its pre-paid smart contract distribution described below.
The major difference between the SEG machine and electric power generation is the savings the SEG has over electric power produced from oil, gas, coal, or a nuclear reaction. Over 65% of power generation expense comes from consuming natural resources and losses incurred from the resistance to the flow of electricity in the form of waste heat.
The competitive advantage of the SEG’s
A major competitive advantage of the SEG is it eliminates the usual cost of consuming natural resources used for producing energy, and waste heat from electric line resistance is minimized as the machine is co-located with the user.
Note: U.S. electricity prices are referred to for comparison purposes only.
In addition to the raw profit margins of the SEG, there are other side benefits;
- better for the environment
- saves environmental resources
- saves the cost & maintenance of operating big electric grids
- saves billions on plant and equipment vs. nuclear power and others
- delivers power locally while able to withstand electromagnetic pulses (EM)
The gross revenue of big electric companies today is the difference between plant and equipment, capital, interest expense and depreciation, the natural resources they burn to generate electricity, plus the delivery cost over various power lines. Added to this is the cost of maintenance, while balancing the loads for many different locations (with varying demand all at once day/night), and the result is a risk to profit ratio of 80/20.
In contrast, the gross profit from an SEG is the cost of manufacturing (plant and equipment) capital (with no interest on investment) equipment depreciation and installation, (maintained locally with very little line work) and the risk to profit ratio is the opposite of big electric plants at 20/80.
One SEG unit with a service life of just 30-years represents a low risk to SEG success, and in fact the service life is estimated to be 99 years.
Since the SEG machines output is self-regulated by the demand or the consumer load, the SEG can run anywhere in between full output power and idle mode. This allows for at least two alternatives; (1) meeting peak demand with many SEGs arrayed for peak load demands; (2) where the peak load exceeds SEG machines maximum rating, batteries or other storage systems can be used to cover surge demands over any 24 hour period.
All in all, big electric systems have to contend with very tight profit margins and lots of contingent risk, making ordinary investments into them difficult. The SEG machine is a game changer when combined with blockchain technology and an automated payment/disbursement system without banks in the middle.
The cost to produce energy using the SEG machines is similar to solar, wind and hydroelectric systems without the shortcomings of location and time of day. The source of SEG energy is naturally endless and does not require massive infrastructure or a complex grid. Instead, it is mostly the cost of manufacturing the SEG Machines and field installations.
Total SEG unit cost $31,225
The Company, with SEGM, takes a unique approach to the actual cost of manufacturing and ongoing maintenance. It has built in the costs upfront using a smart prepaid contract that releases funds over time and when needed.
Below is the estimated cost to manufacture and maintain one 15 kWh SEG machine:
- Manufacturing starting at – $5,000.
- all hardware
- installation – $1,000
The service life of one 15 kWh SEG machine estimated at a 99-year lifespan.
- administrative – $9,900
- oversee operations
- coordinate all machine activity
- report to energy coin board
- maintenance – $9,900
- parts & machine replacement
- servicing equipment
- network cost – $2,950
- automatic billing and payment disbursements via its active smart contracts
- Insurance – $2,475
- machine replacement if and when necessary
- liability – accidental damage – theft
The total Cost of SEG, including maintenance, network, administration, and insurance for the 99-year life of the SEG machine is $272 per month.
Average household electric bill
If you are a perfectly average household in the industrialized world, living in a perfectly average household, your monthly electric bill will read 911 kWh, at approximately 13.8 cents per kWh which would cost $125.72.
Leasing an SEG over 99 years is comparable cost-wise and it reduces the overall cost of electricity to families, businesses and public utilities.
SEG machine assumptions
- An SEG machine is capable of producing 13 million kWh during its lifetime.
- The manufacturing cost of an SEG machine is US$31,225 (includes production, maintenance and replacement).
- When amortized over the life of the machine its cost is US$272 per month.
A single SEG machine that produces thirteen million kWh of energy per life cycle at a maximum continuous output produces the following returns;
- 2 cents or equivalent = $7.20 per day – total over 99 years US$260,000
- 5 cents or equivalent = $18 per day – total over 99 years US$660,000
- 10 cents or equivalent = $36 per day – total over 99 years US$1,300,860
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