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Author Topic: Is SMOT an example of overunity??  (Read 12230 times)

Offline onthecuttingedge2005

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Re: Is SMOT an example of overunity??
« Reply #15 on: January 31, 2014, 12:55:38 AM »
Try making a steel cored Gyro instead of a steel ball for the track, the outer equator of the gyro stores Kinetic energy more efficiently. make sure the outer part of the gyro is not magnetic but of decent weight.

Offline Turbo

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Re: Is SMOT an example of overunity??
« Reply #16 on: January 31, 2014, 07:58:57 AM »
Contrariwise, Turbot. It is thou who cannot realize that thy construction is in no way unusual or even interesting, much less OU in any way.

First of all, it is not mine construction.

Second, it is unusual.

Third, it is definitely interesting.

Fourth, it is OU.

That's four in a row...

Go ahead, try me. Wave some overunity demonstrations under my nose and let's see just what I do notice.

But i already did, multiple times.
I can not say what you notice, only what you did NOT notice.
Because you did not notice, which is what i said from the beginning.
All you say is go ahead do it and try me bla bla blah whilst in the meantime it has gone under your nose several times it is actually a bit funny it makes me laugh.

I notice that you are hanging out here, instead of being out becoming filthy rich from your ideas. 

This you CAN NOT notice, simply because you do not know anything about me or about the possibilities of becoming filthy rich.
So sorry, but you are definitely pulling your own and meaningless conclusions out of thin air here and you know it.

 I've demonstrated how to test a SMOT gate or ramp of any configuration to see if it produces gains or not. Refute that, if you can.

I won't, i know it's not in a SMOT and i fully agree with what you said it's just that you are always talking about non OU devices and principles which i think is a waste of time, whilst you could write about true and working system, like i do.

Offline truesearch

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Re: Is SMOT an example of overunity??
« Reply #17 on: January 31, 2014, 03:26:56 PM »

I hope that you really have a design that "self-loops". However, we have been strung along by quite a few people that never came through with anything and that makes us very skeptical. . .

It would seem that this argument could be easily won by you IF you can share a design that some of us (including TK) could duplicate.

Wishing you the best  :)


Offline mscoffman

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Re: Is SMOT an example of overunity??
« Reply #18 on: February 01, 2014, 06:46:37 PM »

Let me guess;  - Schumann Resonance?

It might be interesting, but then it would not be fair.   :D