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Author Topic: Tom Bearden and possible free energy source  (Read 2873 times)

Offline horaciocs

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Tom Bearden and possible free energy source
« on: January 22, 2015, 06:33:32 PM »
Hi, everyone. Physics is not my main area, but I have deep interest in it. I have found this video series from an interview with Tom Bearden, regarding the breakage of the energy conservation law. I couldn't find the link here, so I'm posting it. It's a series of 8 videos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wypYFe3JXdE

I hope more scientifically inclined folks can take something useful from it.

I'm looking forward to hearing your opinions on it.

Horácio.

Free Energy | searching for free energy and discussing free energy


Offline horaciocs

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Re: Tom Bearden and possible free energy source
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2015, 06:55:28 PM »
I'm sorry, it had already been posted on this thread:

http://overunity.com/10487/scalar-waves-the-source-of-free-electrical-energy/msg277616/#msg277616

I actually used that link, but got lost among millions of tabs on my browser. The videos are gold, anyway.


Offline that_prophet

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    • free energy generators EXIST as electricity multipliers
Re: Tom Bearden and possible free energy source
« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2015, 12:42:57 AM »
Free Energy http://free-energy.yolasite.com/   
is so ridiculously simple, that I hope it will shame you into doing something about the evil influence in our society that is deceiving our children, (http://decimationofthisevolutionfairytale.yolasite.com/ ). You only have to put a spark of DC electricity into this system, while it can return 1000’s of units of AC electricity. You do this by connecting a 1000cm circumference pulley to a DC motor, attach a belt to this pulley, and then run this belt through ten one centimetre circumference pulleys. Then you rotate this large pulley by hand, only one time. This would only take a spark of DC electricity, as you are only rotating it the once. This spark of DC electricity, one rotation of the motor, will give you a return of 10,000 units of AC electricity. Now, try and tell me that this 10,000 units of AC electricity does not have the voltage,(electrical pressure) to have the torque to rotate your DC motor one single time.

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Re: Tom Bearden and possible free energy source
« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2015, 12:45:04 AM »
Free Energy is so ridiculously simple, that I hope it will shame you into doing something about the evil influence in our society that is deceiving our children, (http://decimationofthisevolutionfairytale.yolasite.com/ ). You only have to put a spark of DC electricity into this system, while it can return 1000’s of units of AC electricity. You do this by connecting a 1000cm pulley to a DC motor, attach a belt to this pulley, and then run this belt through ten one centimetre pulleys. Then you rotate this large pulley by hand, only one time. This would only take a spark of DC electricity, as you are only rotating it the once. This spark of DC electricity, one rotation of the motor, will give you a return of 10,000 units of AC electricity. Now, try and tell me that this 10,000 units of AC electricity does not have the voltage,(electrical pressure) to have the torque to rotate your DC motor one single time.

Now you are spamming 8 topics with this BS.

This will be reported to the administrator.

Bill


 

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