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Author Topic: My free energy experiment.  (Read 61133 times)

Offline stevensrd1

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My free energy experiment.
« on: September 12, 2010, 05:07:25 PM »
Ive been doing a little experiment for years, every time I do it, it still amazes me. I took a small motor, then took it apart, and on the rotor shaft where there is three contacts, I bend one out and in till it drops  off, remember this is not the two main power contacts on the back of the motor, but it is one of the three contacts on the motors shaft, the part that has the coils on it,,then put the motor back together. Oh do this carefully if you try it least you break a coil wire and it wont work. Anyway so this turns the motor into what I call a pulser motor. As power is applied it will make and break electrical contact as it spins. You may have to start this motor by hand, once its started it keeps going. Now to the neat part. I take two batteries 1.5v rechargeable and wire these in series, as a separate circuit so to speak. Then I take three more of the same kind of batteries and wire these in parallel. Now what you do is take the negative of the parallel set and connect it to the negative of the series  set. Then you take the positive of the parallel set, connect it to the pulser motor then to the other positive of the series set. Now the motor should be spinning, if not give it a hand start. This thing will run for up to 24 hours but varies, and it will also recharge the three batteries in parallel. So we have two batteries draining, three recharging and a motor spinning. Be sure when starting this experiment your two batteries in series are fully charged and that your three batteries in parallel are fully drained. Here is another hint, you will know you got the pulser motor working right when you can stop it, and it stays stopped,  and restart it by hand,,when it is connected to the batteries. This should be simple enough to follow I hope. Enjoy. :)
« Last Edit: September 13, 2010, 01:47:14 AM by stevensrd1 »

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My free energy experiment.
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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2010, 09:33:35 PM »
Hi
Do you have a circuit or a video?
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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #2 on: September 13, 2010, 10:49:56 AM »

Not conclusive about OU if you don't loop your device.


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« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2010, 11:10:02 AM »
Hi folks, Hi stevensrd1, I like the idea and have made similar experiments myself, though not exactly as your showing. Meaning i used the tesla switch idea of running a higher voltage into a lower voltage, with a load in between, i just never used a standard motor with a commutator piece taken out. Though i have used coils from a pulse motor that i built as the inline load. Have you tried putting a load on the motor, like a small fan or something. Which would be a better experiment, since most people would have no use for a motor just freely spinning, unless one planned to extract the heat from the motor or something. Thanks.
peace love light
Tyson ;)


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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #4 on: September 13, 2010, 03:22:20 PM »
Thank you @stevensrd1!

I have been looking for that motor as a switch for a long time.

http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=6123.msg195643#msg195643

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« Reply #5 on: September 13, 2010, 03:48:27 PM »
Now my question was:

Could this configuration be a self runner?

Jesus

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« Reply #6 on: September 13, 2010, 06:33:31 PM »
Now my question was:

Could this configuration be a self runner?

Jesus

looks fairly simple to build

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« Reply #7 on: September 14, 2010, 12:16:13 AM »
Hi Steve..........you say this will run for up to 24hrs.,...at the end of the time are the three dead bats fully charged..........and the two full charged,dead........would a kids race car motor be good for a test........it be great if this works..........shylo

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« Reply #8 on: September 14, 2010, 12:51:21 AM »
Any motor would work, if its fixed like in the article, Use any old junk motor. A toy car motor is easier to get apart,, But Im using a little motor I got out of an old cd rom. This motor was harder to get apart and back together,,and has smaller parts,,but seems to work nicely. Really its not the motor thats charging the batteries. I understand you would think it is, but what is going on is the three batteries in parallel,,they act together as if they were just one battery recharging,,as in a single 1.5v battery, but they each take on a charge as if they were separate batteries being charged. Now on the side that is doing the charging, the two 1.5v batteries in series,,these are not acting like one battery as their power is added together, so its the same as two batteries being dumped into one battery. The motor just turns the charge on and off,,or allows it to flow then stops the flow for a moment so nothing overheats. As in if you wired it all together without the motor, dumping that charge from one battery into another to fast will cause overheat,,and that too is a loss of power. Hope that helps,,yes the three batteries take on a nice recharge, you can use your own meter to watch them recharge during the operation,,the recharge is slow,,but goes up a little every hour or so..Yes I have ran the recharged batteries in other things after a charge,,they work nicely.
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« Reply #9 on: September 14, 2010, 06:01:02 AM »
Hi folks, Hi steve, well what have your tests shown so far, are the parallel batteries collecting all of what the series batteries put through the circuit and are you swapping to check this. Your added full wave bridge back to the input batteries seems interesting, though not sure how that will react in the circuit. I have built circuits very close to this, though since yours is somewhat different and fairly easy to make, I'll have to give it a try.
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Offline stevensrd1

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« Reply #10 on: September 14, 2010, 09:29:35 AM »
Hmm,,what to say lol. Perhaps I should just say try it yourself and see, keep a check on your recharging batteries with your meter, as ir runs, and see what you see. If you are asking do I think its over unity, I would say most likely not since common sense would say some energy has to be expended by the motor, however on another note, I think very little energy at all is expended by the motor. And it seems to transfer the energy quite well this way from the series batteries to the parallel batteries. Perhaps its just an unused or undiscovered trick of manipulation of energy, that is very efficient as for energy transfer. If you follow the electron flow theory, which by the way I have some different ideas about, but sticking strictly to modern science, you can see how the path flows. Starting at the negative of the series batteries, out comes electrons, which are pushed or pulled or forced into the negative of the parallel batteries. Remember the parallel batteries act as if they were one single 1.5v battery. So all three recharge as if they were this. Now from here the positive of the parallel batteries must be giving up electrons, as they are pulled from there through the motor and into the positive of the series batteries. And that would logically seem to be the path of electron flow from my understanding, Im not saying I can not be mistaken, just saying. There is a greater push and pull from the series batteries then the parallel batteries. Since the series batteries act as if they are two energies added up,,and the parallel batteries only act as if they were a just one single battery, regardless of the fact that they are three batteries, call it the magic of parallel lol. Its just how batteries in series and parallel differ. So you can understand from that how two batteries can over power one battery and how two batteries can force at least enough as to one batteries charge into the three batteries with not much difficulty at all. So the three batteries in parallel take on a very nice recharge. They can go in as totally drained, and come out recharged as in they will run anything they normally would, and hours later still be working good. Now as to have I swapped the batteries that were recharged and put them back into the power side of my experiment to see if they will work again, yes I have did this, and alternated it a few times since there are three batteries recharging as compared to the two making the recharging happen. Have I kept it up till it just completely stopped working,,no that I have not done. After a few swap's I stopped, Mainly because it takes so long in the first place to recharge.. But I have taken the recharged batteries and used them in other things,,such as my little radio,,or I have ran another motor with it,,or used them in the flashlight..So maybe that says enough, just try it yourself,,and have fun,,If you can improve the experiment,,thats fine too, if not,, nothing is lost,,its just an experiment after all...   

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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #11 on: September 14, 2010, 11:39:50 AM »
Just remember to give the batteries some rest before you do any measurements on them. Also don't use open circuit measurements. It's quite important as already said in Steorn thread. Here you have some advices:
http://www.mpoweruk.com/testing.htm


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« Reply #12 on: September 14, 2010, 02:33:07 PM »
One member we called him General @electricme came with the idea that if you have batteries in series you can charge one of them while the circuit is using the added amount of voltage of the series battery without affecting the voltage flow. Or something like that.

That is why I depicted a rectifier taking ac produced by the motor switch and feeding just one battery from the two in series.

The other one will level with this one automatically.

Jesus

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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #13 on: September 15, 2010, 03:03:37 AM »
hi everyone Good day  ;D

how about connecting them without a motor or in spite motor, we just connect a light bulb , by just connect the two series battery into a three or four or many paralleled batteries, will a charging effect take place?

since we have 3v -> 1.5v. AND! we don't have close loop here either!, means no drain as if we are energizing caps  ;D

OR how about using 9V battery connected into  9 pcs of 1.5v connected in paralleled.

and so forth and so forth ;D

well, just a wild thinking.  ;D


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« Reply #14 on: September 15, 2010, 03:28:54 AM »
ooops misunderstood  ;D

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