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Floyd Sweet's VTA Unit

Walter L. Rosenthal
Year: 1993
Keywords: New Energy, Magnets, Floyd Sweet, Vacuum Triode Amplifier
The  Vacuum  Triode Amplifier (VTA) invented  by  Floyd Sweet  consists of two ferrite magnets and two to  four coreless  wire  coils. It is self powered in  the  preferred  configuration and produces in excess of one  KW of  120  VRMS 60 HZ power in the form  of  energy  that resembles  electricity.  This energy is referred to  as negative  energy.   The VTA  development  history,  its anti-gravity  characteristics, negative energy  properties,  and some of the personalities involved are  discussed.