This update on the performance of the Keshe Magravs Power Generator is provided in keeping with the principles advocated by Dr. Steven Greer for completely open discussion of repeatable practice with new technology.
- There are no claims of proprietary knowledge.
- The information is provided fre of obligations to anyone.
- The costs of the documentation have been borne by myself and my family with no financial assistance from any entity.
Te following links are provided to establish what has been accomplished and released to date:
Report about Keshe Technologies by Gordon Duff of Veterans Today
Video of Chinese Homemade Magravs Power Generator
Layout of Our Test Area as of April 6, 2016
Latest Documentation of the Recorded Loads and Inputs and Outputs:
Performance Table and Link to graphs from that table:
See the previous blog notes for history. Over the past several days several new tests have been done to see the effects of various loads at different points in the system. The pole meter is regarded as the final arbiter of actual usage, but for the loads depicted in the Link to the "Layout of our test area" (above) meters have always been connected in a manner similar to that shown in the Chinese documentation provided above.
There are several strange things happening s well as the "normal" or claimed reduction in grid power consumption over time. The new loads consist of 2 - 220 volt fan motors connected near the distribution box at the pole meter. Note: the Magravs Unit was only connected to one side of the distribution panel. When the new fans weree turned on the load actually dropped from 45KWH to 24KWH for one day and then went up and down a little but always less than the pre fan application.
The next test was to use an 1875 watt hair dryer motor at various settings connected to the output side of the Magravs unit. The usage only approximated 2/5s of the stated wattage and there was a massive voltage drop so there are unresolved issues to be studied?