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Author Topic: My free energy experiment.  (Read 61145 times)

Offline stevensrd1

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Re: My free energy experiment.
« Reply #15 on: September 15, 2010, 04:49:12 AM »
Yes I have tried it with just a regular unmodified motor. But it did not run long, just a few hours if I recall correctly. And this let to much charge cross over,,so much was wasted in heat and so forth. I have even used a diode so no energy back flows least the two series and parallel equalize, this also was a failure since it only ran a few hours and alot of energy was radiated in heat from the diode. I even ran it with no motor and just the diode with the same effect. It seems as the modified motor allows contact or electrical flow then breaks it. That alone allows the parallel batteries to recharge more fully. However it does take quite a long time, and without a diode "which is best not to use" when equalization begins to  happens between the series and parallel the recharging batteries may start to reverse charge, so always a good idea to use the meter every few hours to see how much there recharging. For example on my meter, on DCV it has 2v 20v 200v and 500v. I find if you want to see the numbers actually rise during recharging use the 2v setting on the parallel batteries. Since it reads all three as a single 1.5v battery you can keep up with the 4 digit reading better then say if you have the meter set on 20v. And the numbers do rise,slowly, so its interesting to watch.  Im working on some other modifications and trials,,I may report those here in days or weeks to come, we shall see. Feel free to post your own trials here, discussion is welcome. 

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« Reply #16 on: September 18, 2010, 01:03:14 PM »
you know I did another run with the same setup but instead of the pulse motor,,I used a smaller size cd motor,not the pulse motor,,and seems good results in charging so far. Odd I recall trying that before with worse results. Anyway was just two running the motor in series and two charging in parallel on this test. Both positives from series and parallel bundles went to motor, both negatives from series and parallel bundles connected together, So many ways to try it all right, Of course the pulse motor is good for getting some back emf when using it with a transformer, good luck with the experimenting.

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« Reply #17 on: September 18, 2010, 08:47:24 PM »
You know this last experiment is quite a strange one, I spoke of it an article or two up, about two bats draining and two charging with just a regular motor. Anyway from my readings not only are the charging bats charging up nicely but my main draining bats are charging up. I will assume the reason for this is because since my charging bats, the more they charge the harder it is for the main bats to force electron flow, so the slowing of electron flow is showing an increase in power in the main bats, since they would be draining less because of this. Be this wrong or not, the motor which has a glue stick on the rotor, so I can see it spin, shows no signs of slowing from looks, of course I dont have a speed tester to tell. Either way the main bats which I test as they are in the running circuit, show no drain but an increase, as do the charging bats. So this experiment will go on for a while, or till I get tired of it and move on to a new one.

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« Reply #18 on: September 19, 2010, 01:20:06 PM »
Maybe I should make this a log lol . Anyway as with the last experiment, I let it run all day and night, and the next morning I wrote down my reading for my series and parallel bats. I did start this one, with just the motor with two fully charged and two fully drained batteries. Anyway I swithed the charging bats with the main bats and let it run another day and night, and I seem to have more of a reading in my main bats this time,,and still got the same reading in my charging bats at the end of the charge. So Im about to switch them for another time, this will be the third day I let them run, I think after this run I will move on to something more interesting. Maybe a bedini circuit since I wanted to make one of them.


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« Reply #19 on: September 19, 2010, 06:20:03 PM »
I haven't had the chance to follow everything you've posted on this but when I first saw it this reminded me of the mechanical Tesla Switch.  Simplified but it has similarities.  I think you are onto something here.  Are you using rechargeable batteries like NiMH or other chemistry?  Have you seen Patrick Kelly's book in chapter 5?  ( Here: http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/Chapter5.pdf ) He shows the mechanical Tesla switch that was built by Electrodyne and apparently kept 4 batteries charged while running a large motor for a very long time. 

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« Reply #20 on: September 19, 2010, 07:17:52 PM »
Yes im using rechargeable batteries. But oddly as I said earlier now Im not using the modified pulse motor, Im just using a regular cd motor, and it works better Im starting to think. Since I can swap them over and over between the recharging and main batteries, its what I have been doing lately, waiting for the recharging batteries to recharge, then I swap them with the main batteries, and it repeats but recharging them. The key must be in the series and parallel, the design is the same as on page 1, with the first schematic that I posted there. Im just using two in parallel to be recharged by the two in series with the motor connected to both positives.

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« Reply #21 on: September 19, 2010, 07:32:15 PM »
Can I try to apply your idea ?

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« Reply #22 on: September 19, 2010, 07:43:45 PM »
Yes im using rechargeable batteries. But oddly as I said earlier now Im not using the modified pulse motor, Im just using a regular cd motor, and it works better Im starting to think. Since I can swap them over and over between the recharging and main batteries, its what I have been doing lately, waiting for the recharging batteries to recharge, then I swap them with the main batteries, and it repeats but recharging them. The key must be in the series and parallel, the design is the same as on page 1, with the first schematic that I posted there. Im just using two in parallel to be recharged by the two in series with the motor connected to both positives.

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« Reply #23 on: September 19, 2010, 09:00:44 PM »
Can I try to apply your idea ?

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You can do whatever you want with it,,its just an experiment,,I would not approve of selling it,,or selling the info, I looked at your website,I put it out for everyone,,for free to play with,,or improve or perfect. It wont power your house,,but it is fun to play with as an experiment, and to chat about,,simple as that. If I thought I would get rich off of it I would have sold it only to use the money to make improvements or discover other interesting things,,then to just give those out for free for the betterment and advancement of all. However I know the get rich thing wont work,,and Im sure it wont for you. So do the world a favor and offer it for free to anyone,,it still benefits us all that way, even if you dont get rich on it lol And as I said its a fun experiment to play around with, even kids can do it..

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« Reply #24 on: September 19, 2010, 10:47:23 PM »
i will need to print this out to show a friend.

thanks  :)

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« Reply #25 on: September 19, 2010, 11:38:34 PM »
Hackersclub.net the last part of that printout you just made was a response to khairul6355 that was not a response to everyone. Since the website khairul6355 listed was a site selling the magniwork,,which I have nothing to do with,,nor am I selling anything. You dont need that on any printout since it dont relate to anything about my experiment..Besides my experiment just swaps the energy back and forth a few times, by recharging two batteries at a time, thats all its doing, all tho it is fairly efficient at doing it, and it may have been thought to be impossible to do by some, its not unity or over unity, some energy is lost in the process, so you cant keep it up forever, but it is still neat to swap the energy back and forth between batteries while running a motor...
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« Reply #26 on: September 20, 2010, 07:17:15 AM »
Ok here is where Im at now, Im going to switch these bats one more time then this will prob be the last run for this experiment. This is a continuing of the article I posted a few up about switching the main and recharging bats while using a regular cd motor not the modified motor. Its still been running since then, Im still using two 1.5v bats running it and 2 1.5v bats recharging in the circuit, these are rechargeable batteries. Thats the main bats in series and the bats recharging in parallel. I  just switched them this morning around 9 am I think it was or something like that,,no make that yesterday morn since its now 12:56 am lol. So this will be the third run. The way I do it is I switch the bats when my meter shows the recharging bats reading while running in the circuit as I call it,,1906 on the 2v setting. if I do a 20v setting check on the recharging bats I have 1.89 v reading. And the main bats read at the time of the switch, 3.35v. And I cant check the main bats on the 2v setting as I get an OV error. Now it says 1904 so Im about to switch them again,,one last run for fun. And the main bats read now,,before this switch 3.41v and I cant check them on the 2v setting least I get an OV error. No I dont think even because the meter shows the main bats a bit higher then they were before that it is over unity. All tho it may seem like it is, the reason being is using digital meters they only show voltage,,and its not showing the amperage which we know is the real power. But I have switched them once on this run and am about to do it again shortly soon as it hits 1906,, Ill keep an update here and let this be the last run on this experiment.


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« Reply #27 on: September 20, 2010, 09:18:11 PM »
Ok end of project, Ill half to think of something else kind of neat to mention perhaps lol

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« Reply #28 on: September 21, 2010, 01:10:01 AM »
I'll try and duplicate this exp.............when I have time ......this is very interesting ...........but I think the rechargables will eventually die out ........but how long they will last is unknown....thanx for sharing the experience...........shylo

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« Reply #29 on: September 21, 2010, 07:40:43 AM »
Have you tried running this using fully charged batteries, all 4 batteries? I wonder what would happen.

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