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Author Topic: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb  (Read 87954 times)

Offline hartiberlin

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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #15 on: June 02, 2011, 11:00:12 PM »
Here is a ruff translation someone posted below the video.
I translated it with Google translator and cleaned it up a bit:


Czech - detected to English translation
Original text: Colloquial Czech (Originaltext: Colloquial MB)

cameraman: Well, I do not know if my camera can capture it right..

Inventor: And watch out , don´t go too close to the Neodymns, the magnets are bastards, just like an eraser.

cameraman: Should I tighten now the bulb?

Inventor: Yeah, we can turn the bulb on, now the cap is a bit loaded, it will have that little bit more voltage

Inventor: This ?deposit? is a classic, this is normal as it is to ... bye ... (end video)

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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #16 on: June 06, 2011, 10:56:32 AM »
Why the bulb and wiring? For me it would be enough to see a magnet motor running as simple as that.
I also tried many of this type of designs, but indeed the sticky point is always the trouble. Free rotors give the best run down times. My conclusion was and remains: magnetism as a static force will by itself alone never result in overunity. Its probably a prank.


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This is just a sprial motor in a mirror.
Paul will call his lawyers just like he did when Butch LaFonte built one.
He got his idea from Butch in the first place. Paul asked him to sign a confidentaly agreement and when Butch did he showed him the drawings and it was Butch's design he had published a year before.
What ever happened to Sprian's spiral motor any way? He spent over one million dollars US on it he says.
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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #18 on: June 08, 2011, 09:31:37 PM »
I think this is the camelot type ring , but the hole is bigger all the magnets are the same face , the magnets cover 222 degree and the hole 137 phi ratio .


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This is just a sprial motor in a mirror.
Paul will call his lawyers just like he did when Butch LaFonte built one.
He got his idea from Butch in the first place.
If he throws his weight around, he will find, soon enough, that Yasunori Takahashi has prior art on this.
I heard that he, the father of VHS and other high level stuff, disclosed but did not bother to patent
because the concept was not significantly different to another disclosure, possibly Minato.
Its a joke.

Here is Tom Bearden's work on it
http://www.cheniere.org/misc/wankel.htm

The interesting thing will be if Romerouk actually gets it to work.


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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #20 on: June 15, 2011, 05:26:04 PM »
Could this possibly work?


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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #21 on: June 22, 2011, 05:55:06 AM »
Why doesn't the design use a second magnet 180 degrees opposite to counter the stick?  Even a second coil at the 180 degree counter balance could be made coupled with the first coil to allow in phase shifting perfectly and no timing circuit would be needed.

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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #22 on: June 23, 2011, 04:28:34 PM »
Motor Magnetico Argentino (Argentinean Magnetic Motor)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfg4ZLFWSG8&feature=feedlik

In this opportunity i would like to show you a completely magnetic motor. This kind of motor DOES NOT need to be supply by any kind of battery, or electrical net or solar energy, because it uses his own alimentation by spinning. And, at the same time, can generates extra electric current (as we can see, the led lights connected to the motor are on).

The principle is easy to understand. All the motors have one rotor and one stator, but in this motor, we have three neodymium discs (instead of a rotor) and two neodymium rings (instead of a stator) and one last neodymium ring that functions as a magnetic oscillator, self-excited by a stage of captors. This captors commutes the magnet's polarities.

This very same principle its now being use in our last prototype: 1 HP (600 W free). We will upload as soon as possible an explication video for the HP.

The prototype that you seeing in this video provides 50 W free (12V CC - 4 Amp).




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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #23 on: June 24, 2011, 11:19:45 AM »
Motor Magnetico Argentino (Argentinean Magnetic Motor)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfg4ZLFWSG8&feature=feedlik

In this opportunity i would like to show you a completely magnetic motor. This kind of motor DOES NOT need to be supply by any kind of battery, or electrical net or solar energy, because it uses his own alimentation by spinning. And, at the same time, can generates extra electric current (as we can see, the led lights connected to the motor are on).

The principle is easy to understand. All the motors have one rotor and one stator, but in this motor, we have three neodymium discs (instead of a rotor) and two neodymium rings (instead of a stator) and one last neodymium ring that functions as a magnetic oscillator, self-excited by a stage of captors. This captors commutes the magnet's polarities.

This very same principle its now being use in our last prototype: 1 HP (600 W free). We will upload as soon as possible an explication video for the HP.

The prototype that you seeing in this video provides 50 W free (12V CC - 4 Amp).




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Interesting. Reminds us of Brady's machine. That was a hoax. He got arrested in Germany later. But hoaxes can contain a clue you might have picked up. This seems more sophisticated. I Understand there is an electrical feedback with capacitors that regulate the pulsing. Did you file for a patent, if yes, what is the number? How long does it run, does it run in the video on preloaded caps? Or does it run indefinitely? Can you load a diagram of the circuit you use? Do you want to provide enough information for us people to replicate this? Only replication will prove it right out here. Actually you should open a new thread for this...

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What ever happened to Paul Sprain's spiral motor any way? He spent over one million dollars US on it he says.
Ray
It never worked. He got wrong data from his torque sensor fooling him into believing he got more output than input.
Later when they purchased a new and heavy duty torque sensor they had to learn the lesson the hard way.

See these links, they direct you to the statements from Terry Blanton regarding Pauls wankel.
His was one of Sprains engineers during development. Notably the last msg46786 on May 2011.
http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg37212.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg37213.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg37251.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg39527.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg36955.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg40636.html
http://www.mail-archive.com/vortex-l@eskimo.com/msg46786.html

Here's my own version of the Magnetic Wankel. And of course it was underunity.
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=3456.msg267139#msg267139
And it wouldn't matter what ever type of electromagnet shape or core material being used. Nothing works.
As long as there is a sticky spot, all you do is adding energy to the system to overcome this obstacle.
Magnetism is 100% conservative. Scientists have known this for 100 years & it's time we wake up and accept it.

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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #25 on: September 15, 2011, 08:05:09 PM »
Any proposed OU machine needs to have a drawing that shows flux lines with arrowheads the PM poles marked and a clear explaination of how it works. Though impressive, video of a running machine proves nothing. Im a vetran researcher in the quest for free energy from the free magnetic field of PM's whos source is electron spin or free energy from the atom...electron energy. I have talked with many EE professors over the years and all aggree that PM's are a free M field from nature. The question is how do you control and manipulate the field to tap into this energy source. I have done hundreds of experiments over many years and have seen it all. If you have something you think works...present a clear drawing and explaination, present it here and if you want send it to me for a free analsis.   lawrencesprung@yahoo.com

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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #26 on: November 06, 2011, 01:20:27 AM »
hola todos. el modelo wankel si  funciona, el electroiman de impulso  debe  ser de un tipo bifilar, así se consigue un buen campo magnético, con poco consumo de energía.


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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #27 on: September 03, 2013, 01:20:18 PM »
Any proposed OU machine needs to have a drawing that shows flux lines with arrowheads the PM poles marked and a clear explaination of how it works. Though impressive, video of a running machine proves nothing. Im a vetran researcher in the quest for free energy from the free magnetic field of PM's whos source is electron spin or free energy from the atom...electron energy. I have talked with many EE professors over the years and all aggree that PM's are a free M field from nature. The question is how do you control and manipulate the field to tap into this energy source. I have done hundreds of experiments over many years and have seen it all. If you have something you think works...present a clear drawing and explaination, present it here and if you want send it to me for a free analsis.   lawrencesprung@yahoo.com
The answer to that question is to continously change the angle of the spinning electrons - just like what is done in an AC electromagnet. It requires energy. PM's have a magnetic field, but the energy in it is only potential. If you want to take portions of this potential and convert it into work, the potential must decrease - weakening the PM. Then you are finally back at square one; a dead "PM" with no magnetism left.


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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #28 on: September 03, 2013, 09:57:18 PM »
The answer to that question is to continously change the angle of the spinning electrons - just like what is done in an AC electromagnet. It requires energy. PM's have a magnetic field, but the energy in it is only potential. If you want to take portions of this potential and convert it into work, the potential must decrease - weakening the PM. Then you are finally back at square one; a dead "PM" with no magnetism left.
Vidar

I liked your idea of the balance in a notch. I think it shows promise.
After many changes, it's more like a gap now. I have finally a working model in Maxwell that shows over a 200 to 1 gain in energy.
I plan to build it to find the error in my ways!
 
 
 


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Re: Free Energy Magnet Motor selfrunning powering lightbulb
« Reply #29 on: January 11, 2014, 02:29:15 PM »
Any proposed OU machine needs to have a drawing that shows flux lines with arrowheads the PM poles marked and a clear explaination of how it works. Though impressive, video of a running machine proves nothing. Im a vetran researcher in the quest for free energy from the free magnetic field of PM's whos source is electron spin or free energy from the atom...electron energy. I have talked with many EE professors over the years and all aggree that PM's are a free M field from nature. The question is how do you control and manipulate the field to tap into this energy source. I have done hundreds of experiments over many years and have seen it all. If you have something you think works...present a clear drawing and explaination, present it here and if you want send it to me for a free analsis.   lawrencesprung@yahoo.com



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I have recently published Asymmetric Magnetomotive Tuggers, what  answers "how do you control and manipulate the field to tap into this energy source." Now everybody can read about it at:
https://sites.google.com/site/ageofmagnetizm/home/magnetomechanics/magnetorefractive/geomagnetic/magnetomachanical/asymmetric-magnetomotive-tuggers
and discussing it here on the OVERUNITY at:
http://www.overunity.com/14145/asymmetric-magnetomotive-tugger-shortly-amt/
Plus... there are plenty of "drawings that shows flux lines".


Taras Leskiv - the inventor of Asymmetric Magnetomotive Tuggers.

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