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Author Topic: magnet-motor overunity?  (Read 6354 times)

Offline pese

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Offline Automan

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Re: magnet-motor overunity?
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2006, 01:34:40 AM »
What a contraption. It Looks like another of these Tom Bearden kooky "energy from the vaccum" inspired things.  What gives it away is the capacitors in the pics.


Using Capacitors to "zap" electro magnets is not a bad idea in itself.  In fact for a really good attempt at this, and for some good  drawings/schematics, the best example is found in Edwin Grays work and patents. It is not an "over unity" motor however.
 
Why it hasn't ever at least been tested in a working car is anyones guess. It looked like it would have worked, an electric car with decent power and range on 2 regular 12 volt auto batteries.

If you want to build a   "meg" however,  just get some flour, water, a couple eggs, some yeast, and mix up some dough, add a little green food coloring, put it in a clear plastic box,  and imbed a potato in it.  Next stuck some wires into the potato, hook up a voltmeter, and show everyone how you get energy from the vaccum. ;D



« Last Edit: June 12, 2006, 01:47:40 AM by Automan »

gn0stik

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Re: magnet-motor overunity?
« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2006, 05:15:45 AM »
What a contraption. It Looks like another of these Tom Bearden kooky "energy from the vaccum" inspired things.  What gives it away is the capacitors in the pics.


Using Capacitors to "zap" electro magnets is not a bad idea in itself.  In fact for a really good attempt at this, and for some good  drawings/schematics, the best example is found in Edwin Grays work and patents. It is not an "over unity" motor however.
 
Why it hasn't ever at least been tested in a working car is anyones guess. It looked like it would have worked, an electric car with decent power and range on 2 regular 12 volt auto batteries.

If you want to build a   "meg" however,  just get some flour, water, a couple eggs, some yeast, and mix up some dough, add a little green food coloring, put it in a clear plastic box,  and imbed a potato in it.  Next stuck some wires into the potato, hook up a voltmeter, and show everyone how you get energy from the vaccum. ;D


Wow, nice first post automan. You really aim to please. You managed to alienate people and convey your contempt to the entire field of study very efficiently. Too bad we don't have more people like you around. We'd still think flies spontaneously erupted from rotten meat. Rest easy, we won't challenge your suppositions that the world is flat.

Offline konduct

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Re: magnet-motor overunity?
« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2006, 03:33:54 PM »
Damn Gnostic!  Who peed in your Wheates? :o

gn0stik

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Re: magnet-motor overunity?
« Reply #4 on: June 13, 2006, 12:55:12 AM »
Damn Gnostic!  Who peed in your Wheates? :o

Closed-mindedness is the antithesis of scientific reason.

Science is NOT a religion, contrary to what most scientists would have you believe.



....and it's spelled "wheaties". BTW..
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