The Times of India has reported on an engineer, 80-year-old Paramahamsa Tewari, who has received validation for a special generator – a super high-efficiency machine that produces power from a vacuum.
“A prototype of the machine tested by Kirloskar Electric exhibited 165% efficiency, said Murlidhar Rao, former director of Karnataka Power Corporation (KPCL), assisting Tewari. Through an agreement signed earlier, the Kirloskar group company can now enter into a contract with Tewari to commercialize the machine.
“The breakthrough for Tewari, a former director of the Kaiga Atomic Power Station, came last year when his machine achieved an efficiency of 238%, which means it produced 2.38 times the electrical power provided to it initially, making it the first to achieve this. This essentially defies the Law of Conservation of Energy – and in the case of electrical generators, Lenz’s Law, which forms the basis of mechanics and thermodynamics laws that suggests machines cannot attain over a 100% efficiency.
“The generator requires an initial infusion of power through a battery or AC supply, following which it produces power sustaining itself on electrons in a vacuum, without requiring external supply.
“Space is the only reality, and has the potential to produce massive amounts of power if put through right technology,” said Tewari, who has applied for an international patent for his device in the US. “Power can be provided to rural areas. The problem of rising power consumption, especially for industries, can be solved. The conventional generator cannot go more than 90%. This one can exceed 200%.”
“Previous theories identified space as a source of energy, but no one has acted on it till now,” said PR Magheshwaramurthy, a retired physics professor at Bengaluru-based Raman Research Institute of Technology.
Paramahamsa Tewari was born in 1937, and graduated in Electrical Engineering in 1958 from Banaras Engineering College, and held responsible positions in large engineering construction organizations, mostly in nuclear projects of the Department of Atomic Energy, India.
Over the last four decades his new ideas on the basic nature of space, energy, and matter have solidified into definite shape from which a new theory (Space Vortex Theory) has emerged. The theory reveals the most basic issue of relationship between space and matter precisely pinpointing that space is a more fundamental entity than matter.
He has lectured at international conferences in Germany, USA, and Italy on the newly discovered phenomenon of Space Power Generation.
For the practical demonstration of generation of electrical power from the medium of space, Tewari has built reactionless generators that operate at over-unity efficiency, thereby showing physicists have been wrong about the nature of space for 110 years and he has shown that space is the source of energy for the generation of basic forms of energy.
Starting with principles described in the Vedic texts, Tewari was able to delineate a mathematical model that explains the words of Nikola Tesla when he said:
“All perceptible matter comes from a primary substance, or tenuity beyond conception, filling all space, the akasha or luminiferous ether, which is acted upon by the life giving Prana or creative force, calling into existence, in never ending cycles all things and phenomena.” – Nikola Tesla,“Man’s Greatest Achievement,” 1907
Tewari says: “The universal matter is created out of prana since prana is aakaash in motion, and aakaash is the primordial superfluid substratum of the universe.”