The total electric charge in the Universe is a constant quantity

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Violation of Law of Conservation of Charge in Space Power Generation Phenomenon

by Paramahamsa Tewari



Chief Project Engineer
Kaiga Project


It has been hitherto believed in physics that the total electric charge in the Universe is a constant quantity, and if additional charge appears in some region, it is only at the expense of the charge deficit in some other regions.

It is a basic law that electric charge is conserved and cannot be destroyed or created. Precise experiments on a Space Power Generator (SPG) which has been now further developed to demonstrate the commercial viability of the newly discovered phenomenon of space power generation however, totally violate the existing law of conservation of charge, by generating output electrical power much in excess of the input electrical power.

Since electric charge is a form of basic energy, the law of conservation of energy will need to be enlarged to incorporate in it the dynamics of absolute vacuum [1] which in a state of rotation generates fundamental field to produce electrical charge and energy.


The SPG shown in Fig. 1 is a further developed form of the machines described [2,3] in earlier issues of this magazine.

A non-magnetic shaft interconnects two mild steel rotors on which two electromagnets are mounted. Electric power at 1.5 volt d-c and high ampheres is drawn from each unit, with the help of copper- graphite brushes when the machine runs at 2860 rpm directly coupled and driven by an induction motor.

The power is drawn between the inner rotor’s cylindrical surface and the shaft through d-c shunts that enable measurements of high d-c current.

The SPG weighs about 150 Kg. and is fabricated out of 120 mm thick mild steel plate. The two units enable generation of power at more than 3 volt d-c by appropriate series connections between the two coils. The electromagnet’s coils are 16 swg super enamelled wire with 216 turns in each coil.

The feature that brings improvements [4] in this machine is the larger diameter of the rotors that produces higher d-c voltage at comparatively lower speed, not exceeding 3000 rpm. Also the twin units with single coil in each unit double the amount of power.


The drive motor (DM) takes no-load current of 2.6 amperes (1300 watts) to rotate itself and the SPG to overcome windage and friction at 2870 rpm. The no-load voltage internally generated in each unit of the SPG is adjusted to 1.5 volts d-c between the shaft and the inner rotor by the control of the d-c excitation current in the two electromagnet’s coils connected in series.

The excitation current is 31 amperes, the total d-c resistance of the two coils being 2.5 ohms. The power given to the electromagnets is 31 x 31 x 2.5, that is, 2400 watts. The two shunts with calibration of 2000 amperes for 75 mv are now connected across the two output circuits.

The d-c currents measured in each circuit are almost equal to 2613 amperes corresponding to 98 mv reading of the shunt.

The output electrical power of each unit is 2613 x 1.5 watts, that is, 3919 watts. Total electrical power from the two units is 7839 watts.

As the SPG is electrically loaded, the current of DM rises to 10 amperes, showing a rise of 7.4 amperes over the no-load current, and corresponding to a rise in input electrical power of 3700 watts.

The load current of the DM of 10 amperes amounts to the total electrical input to the DM of 5000 watts, out of which 1300 watts is utilised to overcome the no-load losses.

The remaining electrical input of 3700 watts generates 7839 watts of electrical output power, giving the efficiency of space power generation in this particular as 211.8%.

Assuming electromagnetic efficiency of the DM as 80%, the efficiency of the electrical energy generation of the SPG will rise to 264.75%.

If the excitation power of 2400 watts given to the SPG is deducted from the total electrical output from the SPG of 7839 watts, the balance electrical output of 5439 watts still exceeds the total electrical input of 5000 watts by 439 watts, giving the total system efficiency of 105.9% while, in addition the DM-SPG set runs as a perpetual system drawing 1300 watts of power from space.


The quantum of electrical charge produced due to the rotation of space in a rotating electromagnet and the electrical power produced when the power is withdrawn through an electric circuit, as discussed in earlier article [2], is given by,

P = (1.8) LN(r^2)(10^-5)kW (1)

where, P is power in kW, L is axial length of the SPG in centimeter, N is revolution per second, and ‘r’ is the radius in centimeter of the SPG on the inner rotor surface.

The derivation of the above relation was based on the assumption that the radius of the spherical void at the centre of electron as discussed in space vortex theory [1,2] is 1.5 x (10^-11) cm.

More precise measurements in space power generation experiments, however show that the coefficient 1.8 in equation (1) should be 2.5, and the void radius at electron’s centre should be taken as 10^-11 cm. With these corrections the space power equation (1) now becomes:

P = (2.5) LN(r^2)(10^-5)kW (2)

substituting the values, L=12, N=47.6, and r=11.43 in (2),

P = 5.85 kW

Since there are two units of the SPG on the shaft, total power from the two units will be 11.7 kW, which is 1.5 times the output power drawn from the machine in the above test.

With additional brushes and reduced contacts at about 3000 rpm, the above machine will have capacity to produce about 12 kW of power.

If the SPG is driven at 6000 rpm both the voltages and currents will be doubled, producing 4 times output of 48 kW. Since the excitation power remains constant, much higher total system efficiency is expected though the efficiency of the SPG as computed above will remain constant at 211.8%.


Mass-energy equation of Einstein brought forth an universal law that an electron like all matter contains in its structure energy. A further enlargement of this law is that electron is itself energy, where “energy” in physical terms is a state of vacuum in rotation.

Even at ordinary speed of rotation of an electromagnet, the inter- atomic space of the iron core develops velocity fields of vacuum that qualitatively act like additional charge within the rotating system and liberate orbital electrons of the iron atoms.

With the interaction of the magnetic field the free electrons form polarites [2,3].

It is possible to commercially develop a machine that can not only rotate itself perpetually but also generate additional electrical charge in kilowatts and higher range.

The law of conservation of charge and the law of conservation of energy are applicable within the systems confined to material interactions alone and not to the medium of space which is a dynamic entity that can rotate and create charge at ordinary speeds, and can rotate and create electrons at speed of light.


1. Paramahamsa Tewari – “Beyond Matter”, Printwell Publications, Aligarh, India (1984).

2. Paramahamsa Tewari – “Generation of Electrical Power from Absolute Vacuum by High Speed Rotation of conducting Magnetic Cylinder”, Magnets in Your Future, Vol. 1 No. 8, August 1986, P.O. Box 580, Temecula, CA 92390, USA.

3. Paramahamsa Tewari – “Interaction of Electron and Magnetic Field in Space Power Generation Phenomenon”, Magnets in Your Future, Vol. 2 No. 12, December 1987, P.O. Box 580, Temecula, Ca. 92390, USA.

4. Report on the Initial Testing Phase of DePalma Energy Corporation, N1 Electrical Power Generator, 6-1-1988 – Bruce DePalma, DePalma Energy Corporation, 1060 Channel Drive, Santa Barbara, California 93108, (805) 969-6442.