This, the first DVD in the series, covers Tom Bearden's early years and background, and leads into an illustrated lecture by Tom about the vacuum and the secrets of engineering and extracting its boundless energy. After this, Tom discusses virtually everything you ever wanted to know about his Patented Motionless Electromagnetic Generator (the MEG), which he co-invented with several other colleagues.
Tom, John Bedini, Walt Rosenthal, and Peter Lindemann then conduct a brief historical overview of the history (and suppression) of free energy devices, going back to the late 1800s.
And finally, in Washington, DC, on the eve of a briefing for Congressional staffers, Tom wraps things up with a penetrating summation that gets right to the heart of what has to be done to assist in the birth of this new science, and the promise that it brings.
It is fair to say that the information on this DVD is not available anywhere else in the media catalogs of the world—and much of this information is placed in the public arena for the first time.
Shooting the opening sequence at Niagara Falls
America's Space Capital
“Like the Old South”—Tom Bearden
Tom explains the history of Broken Symmetry
How the Virtual becomes the Observable
The Motionless Electromagnetic Generator
Peter Lindemann tells the story of the Ed Gray motor
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