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Author Topic: Some advice for a newbie please  (Read 3295 times)

Offline overunityisreal

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Some advice for a newbie please
« on: April 03, 2011, 04:47:02 PM »
Hi there,

I have been studying the devices on Patrick Kelly's website:

I also watched the ABC documentary "A Machine to Die for, The Quest for Free Energy."

I must say I am now a believer - although a little worried by the corporate world.

Anyways I would love to build a proof of concept device to begin with, maybe later on a bigger device that could be used for larger tasks requiring more power.

Some of the devices on Patrick's website look interesting but the level at I am at skills-wise would require more detailed schematics and tutorials for me to be able to replicate any of these devices.

Could somebody please advise/pm me with some tips on where to look or ideally some sort of tutorial to help me get started? I would like to build a smaller solid state device as proof of concept and maybe build a Charles Flynn or Adams motor as a larger device. Ideally I would like some diagrams/schematics with proper instructions as it seems a steep learning curve. Without these I think I would really struggle :(

I also wondered if anyone has successfully replicated the Chas Campbell flywheel device? (that one looks nice and easy to make and I already have the diagrams.

I would really appreciate the help, thanks peeps

P.s. I come from an industrial nation and have access to buy most of the stuff I would need (hopefully)

Offline overunityisreal

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Re: Some advice for a newbie please
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2011, 04:48:04 PM »
Apologies for the initial wrong placement of this post (I hadn't seen the rest of the forum sorry)

I have re-posted here due to my question regarding a solid state device