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Hope Girl on the Quantum Energy Generator
Pateo Radio, Vol. 143
The special guest for this live broadcast on February 3, 2016 of Pateo Radio was officially named Naima Feagin (1977), but she renamed herself as Hope Elizabeth Moore.
Her internet name is Hope Girl, and her website is Hope Girl Blog.com. In 2013, she and her family decided to start developing the Quantum Energy Generator (QEG), based on a patented invention of Nikola Tesla (1856 1943). This USA patent is titled Dynamo-Electric Machine, and is was dated October 2, 1888, with number 390,414.
The QEG prototype is scaled to produce electrical power in the range of 10 to 15 kilowatts continuously, and can be wired to provide either 120 Volt or 230-240 Volt single phase output. By making this prototype and by next sharing the acquired know-how, she concluded that creating a free electricity generator is not so much a technical challenge, as its real obstacle is counter-productive inter-human behavior.
For learning how to build a QEG, visit Energy Efficient Generator.com.
For the human issue, visit the website of the humanitarian organization named Fix the World Project.net. Currently, the QEG prototype still being continuously co-developed in a global environment. At least 100 QEG's are being built by teams in over 40 countries in an ongoing project that teaches engineers suppressed engineering technology.
In this episode of the Pateo Radio talk show, Naima and host Johan Oldenkamp talked about how each of us can fix our world and how for instance the QEG enables this.
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