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Offline tylerdurden

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help newbie
« on: March 19, 2011, 08:56:35 PM »
hello all.i`m new to electronics and free time is very limited.i would like to know what works as far as powergeneration capable of supporting elect. needs of an avg. 1800 sq ft home.would a charles flynn motor work?would a step-up transformer take grid power and multiply it, effectively lowering my bill?any real help would be awesome,and please forgive my ignorance

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Re: help newbie
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2011, 02:53:41 PM »
hello all.i`m new to electronics and free time is very limited.i would like to know what works as far as powergeneration capable of supporting elect. needs of an avg. 1800 sq ft home.would a charles flynn motor work?would a step-up transformer take grid power and multiply it, effectively lowering my bill?any real help would be awesome,and please forgive my ignorance
The power consumption depends on insolation, environment etc. A typical houshold in Norway I would say are about 200 W/h pr square meter.

However, if you are gonna reduce your bills you must expect that the goverment will tax you for what energy you produce yourself. Because you will probably need licensing to have your own small powerplant. The energy to save by insolating further, spend less hot water, turn off lights in rooms you're not in, use wood for heating etc, will reduce your bills quite much.

I know that a farmer in Norway had a 40kW generator, because he spent lots of energy on all his tools, and equipment. This was a diesel generator, and the power bills did drop. However, the Norwegian goverment get to know about this generator, and the generator was seized. The goverment owns you and me - even if Norway are suppose to be a free country. Well, it is not.

So if you find free energy somewhere, DO NOT TELL ANYONE!!

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Re: help newbie
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2011, 04:12:48 PM »
hello all.i`m new to electronics and free time is very limited.i would like to know what works as far as powergeneration capable of supporting elect. needs of an avg. 1800 sq ft home.would a charles flynn motor work?would a step-up transformer take grid power and multiply it, effectively lowering my bill?any real help would be awesome,and please forgive my ignorance

I'm not about the flynn motor and if it worked and has been replicated successfully. As far as a step up transformer, it won't help you out.  All it does is increase the voltage. Your Watt usage will still be the same.

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« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2011, 12:20:12 PM »
thank you for the prompt reply.while the mechanical aspect of the charles flynn(free-energy-info.co.uk/)(chapter1-23) holds my attention,a solid state seems more maintenance-free.i would just really like some proven results before i take my very limited income and time and invest into over-unity home powergeneration.has anyone tried this magnets4power?seems like anything viable would be a patent violation

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Re: help newbie
« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2011, 03:03:04 PM »
Howdy TheSunRoseInTheWest,

There are feasible, and simple to do alternatives.  A lot of the devices here are exotic, and you want simple, non-technical.  This is already being done all over the place.  Also it is clean, and free energy.  Were going to start with some solar cells...
http://www.harborfreight.com/45-watt-solar-panel-kit-90599.html

Then we need a battery to store the energy...
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/parts/Gold-Duralast-Battery/2001-Lexus-RX300-AWD/_/N-jfmnhZ8gcxb?counter=0&filterByKeyWord=battery&fromString=search&itemIdentifier=115788_7704_0_

Were going to use a 2 KiloWatt inverter to get the voltage up to a usable level...
http://www.harborfreight.com/2000-watt-continuous-4000-watt-peak-power-inverter-95596.html

And, for survivals sake will run a cheap little hot plate, and cook a pot of Frejoles Del Fuego...
http://www.harborfreight.com/electric-hot-plate-single-burner-67137.html

See, that wasn't so difficult, was it.  I work across the way from a company that installs solar systems on residential properties.  I see truckloads of solar cells go through that place.  It is a relatively easy and commonplace solution for what you want to do.  Wind Mills and Water Mills are also feasible, real world alternatives for free energy...

Of course, once you catch overunity fever you'll be building your own exotic devices before long...
Yeah, its a repost...

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Re: help newbie
« Reply #5 on: March 23, 2011, 02:15:38 PM »
hello all.i`m new to electronics and free time is very limited.i would like to know what works as far as powergeneration capable of supporting elect. needs of an avg. 1800 sq ft home.
Try this link:
http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/Chapter16.pdf
and, of course, the rest of his phenomenal free ebook.

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Re: help newbie
« Reply #6 on: March 25, 2011, 01:31:53 AM »
awesome.thank you all!anybody here build a charles flynn style device?it just seems like avery sound concept and was wondering if anythings missing

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« Reply #7 on: March 25, 2011, 05:13:46 PM »
awesome.thank you all!anybody here build a charles flynn style device?it just seems like avery sound concept and was wondering if anythings missing
I am pretty sure the Charles Flynn device was discussed by Patrick himself at the
2008 UK Free Energy Conference. He majored on Robert Adams and spoke well
of the Watson variant of the Bedini pulsed motor.

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Re: help newbie
« Reply #8 on: March 27, 2011, 04:02:47 PM »
ugh.i tried a search of 2008 uk free energy conference.not a lot of detail there.i would pay to get my hands on a copy of the cd rom given out there.or a pdf of conference.ive been into HHO for a while and very successfully installed on my last vehicle.from26 to 40mpg.  :D..not an hho forum...can anyone please point me in the right direction with this conference.maybe a website with some detail?
                                                                  thank yall

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