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Author Topic: I am a bit confused...  (Read 3369 times)

Offline stonrman401

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I am a bit confused...
« on: June 25, 2006, 12:13:31 AM »
I have a "faraday flashlight" sitting on my shelf. A bunch of magnets, ceramic and some neodymium sitting there as well.

I ordered a CD titled "Rex Research" which had more free energy research than I could handle.

BUT

I'm quite confused here.

Either it turns out an inventor gets shot, magnets run out of power, or experiments are just left "unfinished" but I find it surprising to pursue all these ways of trying to create electricity (there's no doubt in my mind it can be RIGHT here since I do have a faraday light, Im convinced) that there isn't a 100% effective, easy to replicate device which will generate electric power for an indefinite amount of time.

Maybe I'm a bit ignorant and you NEED another force such as wind, water, but shit, can't my faraday light power something that makes the magnet move back and forth without me shaking it... and still have enough power to light the bulb? I mean it can't be entirely impossible...

And trust me, I've seen a lot of things in life that put "skeptical" far far away from me, just as far as gullible.

But I need to know, is it that we're all chasing a dream here? There are so many topics here yet when I browse around it just seems like another unfinished project that won't work.

So PLEASE can someone tell me if I just havent looked hard enough (then hopefully provide me a hint) or if having the power of electricity available at will... to go dig a ditch and create a LIVING anywhere in the world is beyond our power forever? Are we ever going to stop relying on this twisted, crumbling government so much? I'm getting sick of looking, I've been researching for months yet it always seems there is always one simple flaw...

Anyone?

By the way Im not sure if this is in the right forum but please move it, do not delete it, I feel there are some people here who can provide real answers. Are we all just moping in the dark or what? I'm getting tired of working 43 hours a week knowing this might be possible, if it were in my hands I would quit my job today and live a completely alternate lifestyle, something I could fall back on in case things here got hectic.

I feel that without this free energy fully working, without requiring constant input, would really solve most if not all of our main problems here....

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I am a bit confused...
« on: June 25, 2006, 12:13:31 AM »

jake

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Re: I am a bit confused...
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2006, 02:04:48 AM »
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can't my faraday light power something that makes the magnet move back and forth without me shaking it... and still have enough power to light the bulb?

The short answer would be no at this point in time.

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I mean it can't be entirely impossible...

Why couldn't it be impossible?

Offline nightwynd

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Re: I am a bit confused...
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2006, 05:08:50 PM »
I think we're all chasing the dream here...it could very well turn out that it's not possible...but so many people are VERY VERY close to somethign that works....some even claim to have working models, but won't tell much more than that, who knows why? Personally speaking, I dont think that we'll find anything that will work forever, but a few years before having to replace magnets would be good enough for me :) we just need that first big breakthrough to get the ball rolling. Right now we're looking into the world of science fiction, trying to make it into science fact.... we just have to work fast...read the link in my sig for why.
Don't lose faith...50 years ago nobody thought it would be possible to make computers as small as they are today, and Liquid Crystal was just a dream that nobody had put much thought to, but here i am with a thin pc and an lcd monitor....

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Re: I am a bit confused...
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2006, 05:08:50 PM »
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Offline Landor

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Re: I am a bit confused...
« Reply #3 on: July 12, 2006, 06:09:16 AM »
Dont give up the dream pursue them at all costs.

Yes some of us do have working models or prototype machines that are working to some extent or another. Most would be very simple devices I tend to build working prototypes suitable to run a reasonable sized unit as the perameters change significantly from a model to the real thing.

I have managed to achieve a level of effeciently from my machine and am now developing it further to optimise the output.

Rome was not built in a day as the saying goes and so it is with new types of development. One day soon though one of us will crack the egg.

Then we all can have a piece of the omlette.

 

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