Posts Tagged ‘Analytical Trilogy’

Keppe Motor: the Energy of Life, featured on Good and Green Radio

January 28, 2011

The Keppe Motor is a highly efficient motor that uses the principle of electromagnetic resonance to optimize its efficiency. It was developed by two Brazilian researchers, Carlos Cesar Soós and Roberto Heitor Frascari, based on the discoveries of the Brazilian scientist Norberto R. Keppe, set forth in his book The New Physics Derived From A Disinverted Metaphysics, first published in France, 1996. In this landmark book, Dr. Norberto Keppe outlines the basis for a new physics that transcends the postulates of Newton and Einstein and even the proposals coming from the realm of quantum physics. Keppe’s book is a bold and prophetic re-thinking of the essential building blocks of science that promises to lead humanity to profoundly higher levels of technological and social development. Keppe’s findings were the inspiration needed for STOP engineers Cesar Soos and Roberto Frascari to discover the method by which to capture the scalar energy perceived by Tesla (also referred to as essential or divine energy by Keppe), thereby side-stepping the traditional means used by all motors to this point. Richard Lloyd Jones, host of Thinking With Somebody Else’s Head and Cesar Soos join Susan to share information about the revolutionary Keppe Motor.

Click here to listen to this program.


Special Live Streaming Event

July 16, 2010

From the Third Millennium – The New Civilization week in Cambuquira, Brazil, the Keppe Motor is pleased to present this special LIVE event. 

Saturday, July 7, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. (1:00 p.m. ET) – This event will feature co-inventors, Cesar Soós and Roberto Frascari, presenting the latest Keppe Motor developments and answering questions about this revolutionary technology. They will discuss the Keppe Motor water pump, electric bicycle, compressor, weed-eater, and other innovative developments.

 The event will be simultaneously translated into English, Russian, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Swedish and Finnish.

 You’re invited to send any questions you may have through the chat option available at

 Join us!

Keppe Motor explained at STOP Forum

June 6, 2010

Over 400 people attended our STOP Forum, where we had over 50 presentations applying Keppe’s Analytical Trilogy to fields as diverse as education, the arts, sports, medicine and media. One of the hot topics was the Keppe Motor. The whole Forum was in Portuguese, but here’s an exclusive presentation in English explaining one of the hottest topics at the event: the Keppe Motor.

Keppe Motor explained part 1
Keppe Motor explained part 2
Keppe Motor explained part 3
Keppe Motor explained part 4

Discussion between Free Energy News and Keppe Motor

February 19, 2009

A number of months ago, Cesar Soós, Eduardo Nascimento and I were interviewed by Sterling Allan of Free Energy Now about the Keppe Motor. He got pretty excited about it, and has been keeping close watch on developments as they happen. A recent article in his newsletter is worth re-printing here, as are the comments from Cesar Soós that follow.

The Keppe Motor is making quite an impact and we really appreciate the on-going dialogue that interested scientists, journalists and activists are engaging in about this revolutionary new technology. I’ll also be posting a Podcast on the Keppe Motor in the next day or so …

For now, here’s the conversation between Sterling and Cesar:

Keppe Motor Overunity Claimed
The Brazilian group that has been reporting super efficiencies in their motor now posts evidence that they have surpassed 100% efficient, which they say proves their claim that they are harnessing space energy.
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Copyright © 2009

A group of Brazilian scientists from the group STOP the Destruction of the World, have been developing a new motor dubbed the Keppe Motor that they think could be harnessing scalar energy from space. Up until now, they have been been reporting increasing efficiency, providing the same output while drawing less and less input energy.

Yesterday they posted a video in which they claim that they have now surpassed the “overunity” benchmark of producing more energy out than was consumed on the input end.

The design is based on Dr. Norberto Keppe’s book, The New Physics Derived from A Disinverted Metaphysics. According to the theory set forth in The New Physics, Keppe states that electricity comes from a primordial form of energy called Essential (or Scalar) Energy. This Energy contains two components, action and complementation. The conventional electric motor works with only one – fed by a DC or AC power supply – causing undesirable losses, consequently reducing the motor’s performance. The Keppe Motor works with both components of Essential Energy, thus increasing its efficiency. It is said to utilize bi-directional, resonant energy.

They have produced a manual and a kit available for purchase via an online affiliate program to enable people to replicate this design.

In the video posted at YouTube yesterday, the set-up entails an amp meter, a volt meter, a scale to measure torque output at one foot (to measure foot-lbs) and a tachometer to measure revolutions per minute. The video shows each measurement then shows the math and calculations resulting in a reported 115% more output than input.

In the video, Cesar Soos concludes that this proves Keppe’s thesis that “matter comes from energy and works as an antenna that captures energy from space to keep its form and generate movement”. (YouTube / SitaMillen; February 16, 2009)

I see a couple of problems with their report, one of which argues the actual output as being lower, while the other argues for the output being greater than reported. When they report the rpms, Cesar’s voice says “920 rpm” but the video at that point is actually more like 912 rmp, and jumping +/- 10 of that, not stable. The measurement accuracy of the various probes is not that great; and combined, the standard deviation is probably greater than 15%, thus not giving a definite conclusion of overunity. Maybe I’m missing something, but their math doesn’t seem to take into account the 60-Watt equivalent resistance generated by the fan, which would result in more output than what is reported.

Still, they are to be commended for their effort and progress and their willingness to provide the information.

And here’s the response from the STOP the Destruction of the World Association (holders of the Keppe Motor patent) to the above questions

On February 18, 2009 4:00 PM Mountain, Cesar Soós wrote: Below are the answers to the points you mentioned:

Sterling: 1) When they report the rpms, Cesar’s voice says “920 rpm” but the video at that point is actually more like 912 rmp, and jumping +/- 10 of that, not stable. The measurement accuracy of the various probes is not that great; and combined, the standard deviation is probably greater than 15%, thus not giving a definite conclusion of overunity. / 60W fan load not factored?

Response: If you consider the average per second it is not 912 RPM, it is 916.13 RPM (see attached file). So, from 920 to 916.13 the difference is 0.42%, almost irrelevant. In the video, you will see that Roberto is holding the switching element with his hands, this causes a RPM variation. With a well machined and engineered motor this variation would be eliminated. Again, a difference of 4 or 8 RPM does not represent a relevant factor in this size of blade. If we consider the lowest RPM in the video, 900, overunity still occurs, decreasing from 1.15 to 1.12. The standard deviation in this video is 5.86 RPM, much less than 1%, but again, we do not think that this variable is that relevant, not even close to the 15% you mentioned.

Sterling: 2) Maybe I’m missing something, but their math doesn’t seem to take into account the 60-Watt equivalent resistance generated by the fan, which would result in more output than what is reported.

Response: There is a misunderstanding in relation to the method utilized to measure the torque of the Keppe Motor on the video. We did not use the Pony Break method because this method is not accurate enough to test motors. We used a method similar to the Electric Dynamometric Brake, which is one of the most precise and utilized methods in the mechanical industry to measure torque. The electric dynamometric brake is conceived to carry out engine load tests where fast regulation and high precision are necessary. The only difference in our measurement is that we used a fan blade to generate load instead of the electrical resistors that are generally used in this method. In other words, we used a mechanical load instead of an electrical load. The result is the same. In this method, when the fan blade is spinning in one direction, it exerts an opposite force on the body of the motor with the same intensity (Newton’s third law of action-reaction) and the body of the motor will tend to rotate as well, thereby causing the 20cm-arm attached to it to press the plate of the weighing scale in the same proportion as the fan blade spinning at a specific speed (in the case, 920rpm). This method is one of the best because the internal frictions cancel out (even if they are significant) and do not influence the measurements and consequently the calculation.

Hope that clears things up a little.

Keppe Motor – Essential Energy Converter

February 16, 2009

It’s here! The developments just keep coming with the Keppe Motor.

And don’t forget to read the previous post about excerpts from Norberto Keppe’s New Physics. That’s the science behind this whole thing. And the essence of it is that energy DOES NOT come from material, but from the so-called vacuum of space. The Keppe Motor captures this essential energy from space. This means we can really address the voracious attitude in we human beings that thinks we need to consume material to get energy.

It ain’t so, and Keppe’s New Physics explores what is so. Very compelling reading, and a very beautiful invention coming out of these revolutionary scientific ideas.

The New Physics Excerpt now Online

February 16, 2009

The excerpt from the ABCs of the New Physics, which is a workbook to explain Keppe’s new physics concepts and make them understandable, has been very well received. A number of people have checked it out on our Scribd posting, and it’s been favorited a couple of times. I know that the more people become aware of the outstanding science behind the Keppe Motor, Keppe’s New Physics will also be in high demand.

Thought I’d post a short excerpt to get you started.  If you like it, check out the full book offer here. Remarkable stuff.

Next up, we’re working on the video in English for an over-unity Keppe Motor. How cool is that?! Should be up this week on YouTube. If you can understand Portuguese, check out the Portuguese version now.

By the way, the calculations Cesar Soos and Roberto Frascari accomplished in this video presentation have been confirmed independently by a very reliable source in the U.S. Can’t reveal this source yet, but we hope to have more about that as we progress in this process.

Keppe’s New Physics Sets Science on the Right Track

January 20, 2009

Norberto Keppe’s astounding book, The New Physics, contains all the theory behind the Keppe Motor. That makes it worth studying. And studying. And studying.

It’s not a simple read because it disinverts all our previous scientific thinking. No small feat. But this vital book comes along just at the right time science is at a crossroads. Too many theories, too much questionable thinking. And all of it led 1979 Nobel Prize winner in Physics, Steven Weinberg, to assert that unifying all the disparate theories “would require the emergence of radically new ideas.”

Keppe’s book provides those radical new ideas. And it’s available by download. As an introduction, I thought I would post an excerpt from the companion study guide, The ABCs of the New Physics. You can cut your teeth on that, and move up to the full books when you’re ready.

Enjoy, and comment. Always good to hear from you.

Keppe Motor at the World Social Forum

January 9, 2009

The 8th World Social Forum (WSF) is taking place in Belem, Brazil from Jan. 27 to Feb. 1, 2009. 120 thousand people from 150 countries are expected to attend.

The Forum will be an extraordinary example of planetary citizenship and will provide world leadership in resolving our problems of inequality, injustice, intolerance, environmental devastation and discrimination.
And the Keppe Motor will be there! The STOP the Destruction of the World Association is making two presentations this year focused on offering solutions for the primary problems in humanity today. Our journalists will also be there covering this important worldwide event.

STOP Presentations:
Jan. 31, 2009 at 08:00 a.m. at Universidade Federal of Pará
The Pathology of Power: Consciousness and Social Therapy
This lecture will focus on the socio-economic power that dominates all other power (including political power), and which is putting our culture and civilization in terrible danger. The nations of the world are dominated by speculators and bankers who have created social laws to protect their own interests. These interests are immoral because they destroy countries. We will focus on practical proposals for a new economic model featuring companies and residences where pathological power and corruption are controlled so that the individual and society aren’t destroyed. This lecture will present some practical results from over twenty years of experience with this new economy.
Jan. 31, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. at Universidade Federal of Pará
KEPPE MOTOR: an energetic revolution for the new millennium

The Keppe Motor is a motor that captures scalar or essential energy, and this has been long awaited by many. We will present a demonstration of this motor, which is a source of clean and efficient energy. The motor was developed by engineers from the Scientific Research Department at STOP, and is based on the ideas developed by scientist Norberto Keppe in his book, The New Physics Derived from a Disinverted Metaphysics
More information at:

The Keppe Motor Club – Join the Discussion

December 30, 2008

If you have questions, ideas to toss into the discussion, new suggestions for developing this innovative technology, this is the place to do it.

We’ve just opened the Keppe Motor Club discussion forum, and we’re interested in anything productive you have to contribute to the conversation.

We’re also looking to provide a place for those of you who are building your own Keppe Motors to have some place to come to trade ideas and experiences.

The Keppe Motor is a significant contributor to helping solve the pressing energetic and environmental crises looming on the horizon because it’s cheap, super efficient, easy on the environment, and is showing signs that it may even have many residual health benefits because of its process of capturing essential energy from space, which makes it more in tune with the human organism.

Want to talk about it? Share your ideas and suggestions? Join us online.


December 20, 2008

POZNAN, POLAND: Lots of interest in the Keppe Motor at the UN Climate Change Conference in Poznan, Poland. A number of companies and NGOs as well as various governmental bodies are embarking on the research now to study the possibilities of applying the Keppe Motor to reduce energy consumption without needing to find new sources of energy or create new energy matrixes. The interest was mostly from English companies working with efficient use of energy. Let’s see what develops from here on in.

By the way, here are Keppe Motor representatives, Alexander Frascari and Persio Burkinski in Poznan.

Alex Frascari and Persio Burkinski

Alex Frascari and Persio Burkinski

MONTPELLIER, FRANCE: Now this was interesting. The Keppe Motor made its presence felt at ENERGAIA in Montpelier last week, too. Sponsored by CERNTEA (European Research Center for New Alternative Energy Technologies) the conference classified the Keppe Motor as a Revolutionary New Ecological Motor.

If you don’t know much about the city of Montpellier, it’s worth talking a bit about it. The city is in the beautiful Provence area of France and is situated at a traditional cultural and intellectual crossroads. There is no real industry in the city (the 8th largest in France) but there is a formidable intellectual and cultural ambience that makes it a perfect place to discuss the science behind the Keppe Motor. And that’s why the Motor made such a significant splash at the Keppe Motor Press Conference Dec. 11 at the Montpellier Press Club.

The Press Conference was conducted by Keppe Motor representatives, Persio Burkinski and Alexander Frascari, who has been deeply involved on the development team of this Motor. The event was attended by a number of scientists who were extremely interested in the superior energy consumption of the Keppe Motor compared to a traditional motor, and yet its ability to produce the same amount of mechanical energy. A scheduled 30-minute press conference turned into a 2-hour discussion with Frascari about the principles of the Keppe Motor.

Some considerations about Efficiency > 100%
An electric motor converts electrical energy (voltage times amperage) into mechanical energy (torque times rotation), and broadly speaking both are measured in watts. In this process of energy conversion, the motor loses part of its energy due to a number of factors, and that’s why efficiency is always less than 100% (the efficiency of a motor is the division of mechanical output power by active electrical input power).

The most efficient electric motors can convert up to 95% of electrical energy into mechanical energy. These are usually high power motors. Low power motors, like those used to drive fans and many domestic appliances, are not this energy efficient, usually achieving less than 80% efficiency. For example, if a motor with a rated power of 100W delivers 77W of mechanical power for its work range, this represents 77% efficiency. Generally, electric motors found on the market range from 75% to 95% efficiency, i.e., they convert from 75% to 95% of electrical energy into mechanical power for practical use. The losses come from many things, including the Joule effect, attrition, hysteresis, magnetic drag, loads applied to the line, mechanical defects, etc.

In our lab testing, we studied two fans (28 cm diameter), one driven by a Keppe Motor and the other by a conventional motor. We set both fans to run at the same speed, in this case, 1045 rpm. This ensured that the torque applied to the shafts of each motor was exactly the same; that is, they produced the same Mechanical Energy (ME).

After that we measured the consumption of the two fans, and found 6W for the Keppe Motor fan and 30W for the conventional fan. This was an 80% savings in energy for the Keppe Motor over the other to deliver the same torque.

Let’s graph it:


So how can we see this? Well, if the Keppe Motor is consuming 20% of the electrical energy of a conventional motor, but still producing the same mechanical energy, the extra energy to produce this must be coming from the Essential Energy or Scalar Energy field. That’s one of the essential points behind the Motor. To find out more, check out our new discussion forum on our Keppe Motor site.