Between 1915 and 1918, Carlos F. Benitez was issued four British Patents on a “System for the Generation of Electric Currents.” It was the early days of the electrical era and many experimenters were claiming new ways to produce useful electrical effects. But this was different. Benitez was claiming the ability to run light bulbs and motors from batteries that never needed to be re-charged from a conventional, external source.
By this time, the Laws of Thermodynamics had become widely taught, and so most electrical engineers did not take these claims seriously. Even today, 99% of scientists and engineers believe this is impossible. Ironically, anyone with serious interest and access to modest resources would discover plenty of evidence to the contrary.
Benitez discovered that it was possible to return a battery to a higher energy state with fewer watt-hours delivered than classic electrical theory would predict, as long as that energy was applied to the battery under the correct conditions.
The key is understanding the battery to be a chemical machine, not a container for storing electric current. There is more than one way to operate the machine. And some methods of operation (i.e., recharging the battery) are significantly more efficient than others.
In this 48-minute video Peter Lindemann reviews the four Benetiz patents in detail, and explains every aspect of a demonstration system that he exhibited at the 2018 Energy Science & Technology Conference. Many of the legendary accomplishments by John Bedini and other free-energy researchers have their roots in the groundbreaking work of Carlos Benitez.