It is easy enough for anyone to play around with such things, especially with what you are playing with in Ed's work, but the problem with potential and results comes down to what is used in the set-up of experiments until the exact outcome is achieved. There will always be that 'last stage' where enough has been learned in order for the 'final stage' to be approached. Oh, but the 'final stage' is perhaps the hardest thing to try, not because it might just work but because it might not work exactly as we had hoped. I am hesitant these past several months in trying this last 4.15 version because if success or failure, it changes my ability to keep doing different things that I enjoy doing. If success, and a dozen revolutions occur, I know how to arrange the wiring about the device in its simple form so it produces electricity, and add a small motor to the set-up so it kicks in every 11 rotations and over-rides bearing-limitation, and keeps the spindle going...and over-unity of output is achieved compared to what the little motor uses up. My model is only about 16" high. What could be achieved with one being 10' high? A dozen of them in one location? Lots of locations?
You observe the larger device Ed used, the round one with magnets, but how about lots of smaller versions spread throughout his compound, fed via wires feeding them from the larger version, or quite possibly that larger version is just a smaller version of the one he had elsewhere. We will never know, will we. But you may end up knowing what a smaller version you are playing with actually amounts to, and then determine what a larger version can do...or just end up having several smaller versions linked together to do what a larger version can do. One radio telescope can see quite a lot, but add a hundred of them together...
Well, I'm going back to some other things now, and I do wish you all the best in your great game. I'll keep an eye out for your youtube channel, and see what the link to your site has to offer. If you ever feel like keeping in touch, please feel free to email me at the link attached to my name.