The latest prototype generator is designed by Engineer-Fernando Morris of Searl Magnetics. Inc. is now under construction and it is based on John Searl’s Searl Effect Generator (SEG).
It’s slated to be 1 meter in diameter and about 10cm in height, at this scale it would produce enough power for an average home with about 15kW.
In addition to this are various other effects that occur in its proximity, the most advantageous one in our modern age is its ability to absorb/neutralize radioactivity. Although further testing will not be possible until this new prototype is built. This effect is very important right now and not just in Japan but any place we store and create radioactive waste materials.
The next two effects would be very desirable for hospitals and laboratories; it effectively kills bacteria and knocks down airborne particles to the ground. That is a great one-two punch benefiting both burned victims and asthma patients.
The closer one looks into this idea the more superior it compares to any other form of energy generation. Only one side effect that is good and bad, depending on the climate, is that the temperature drops about 5 degrees around its air environment.
One possible problem has to do with the availability and cost of neodymium, but the increasing market demand has encouraged exploration and mining of element in the USA and abroad beside just China’s dominance of it. This puts a cost crimp in any plan to use this concept in roads that create power much the same way mag-lev trains were originally conceived. However Fernando has not ruled out the possibility that it could be used in such a way.
This latest prototype is expected to be up and running by the end of 2012. The icing on the cake, so to speak, is that no fuel is needed and it is a solid state device that process electrons for it kinetic energy with an energy cycle that is open system. Furthermore, it never wears out as the moving parts float on magnetic bearings, so no friction, no noise, no fuel costs and no air pollution. also pesn and natural news have great articles about this .