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### Author Topic: Question: What is the best way to disclose?  (Read 23941 times)

#### Jimboot

• Hero Member
• Posts: 1406
##### Re: Question: What is the best way to disclose?
« Reply #45 on: January 08, 2015, 12:37:19 PM »
The best way is through Underground Manufacturing & The Free Energy Party my friend!

In the attachements i have explanations what I mean by that.

Introduction of the Free Energy Party and one our inventors where are helping, The Unity Generator showing more Overunity on each progressive day!

Our test WITH LOAD on 5th of jan 2015

Transcript of video
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IN : from mains to AC > DC PSU
2.6A @ 110V
2.3A @ 110V
Total 4.9 Amps @ 110V = 539W
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Used power PMDC Motor
1.3A @ 39.6V = 51.48 watts
OUT from Generator to Capacitors
7,4A @ 123.5v AC = 913.9W
7,5A @ 123.4v AC = 925.5W
Total = 1839.40W AC
3500% overunity on raw design!
51.48W DC IN to PMDC Motor > 1839.40W PMAC Generator
= 35 x more energy out than in!
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1.Tile-saw dryload 120v @ 4.6A = 550W
2.200w lamp
3.100w lamp
4.100W lamp
5.Saw using 115v @ 4A dryload = 460W
Total load from capacitors = 1310W
Anywhere else where those vids are being discussed?

#### Majestic81

• Newbie
• Posts: 15
##### Re: Question: What is the best way to disclose?
« Reply #46 on: January 08, 2015, 12:45:54 PM »

#### TinselKoala

• Hero Member
• Posts: 13958
##### Re: Question: What is the best way to disclose?
« Reply #47 on: January 08, 2015, 02:57:00 PM »
Imagine.... 35x overunity and these amazing inventors still can't figure out how to self-loop it.

Once again, friends.... I _absolutely guarantee_ that I can show you how to self-loop any device with electrical inputs and outputs that _actually_ makes at least 1.3 times output over input energy.  That's right, all _I_ need is a "COP" of 1.3, or 130 percent OU, 1.3 x OU, in an electrical device to make it run itself.

And any competent electrical engineer or hobbyist could do the same thing.

If you cannot do it .... the conclusions to be drawn are painfully obvious.

#### Majestic81

• Newbie
• Posts: 15
##### Re: Question: What is the best way to disclose?
« Reply #48 on: January 08, 2015, 03:28:20 PM »
TinselKoala,

In some country's/city's it is safer to start with a power amplification setup for an already installed or to be installed solar or wind setup.

You draw conclusions without knowing this inventor's technological roadmap, while giving guarantees on your own.
We can help you secure those guarantees with our unique platform for bringing technology's like this out to the world.