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Mechanical free energy devices => mechanic => Topic started by: Lunkster on October 08, 2020, 05:11:17 PM

Title: Resonant Sound Overunity Generator
Post by: Lunkster on October 08, 2020, 05:11:17 PM
The big question is can the combination of several high efficient technologies working together in a system be enough to produce overunity?
The drawing below are four high efficient methods combined into one system in order to produce overunity.
I am looking forward to your thoughts.

How would you combine high efficient methods into one system that produces overunity?

Title: Re: Resonant Sound Overunity Generator
Post by: NdaClouDzzz on October 08, 2020, 05:15:39 PM
If you're not already familiar with the following site, it's a good read and on point: (

This video by Rick Friedrich will also be very helpful: Sympathetic Resonance and Unlimited Energy (
Title: Re: Resonant Sound Overunity Generator
Post by: NdaClouDzzz on October 09, 2020, 09:22:30 PM
"I was pumping like crazy, all the stops were out, the diapasons and the large foot pedal operated bass pipes were in full bloom, the whole building and everything inside it vibrated and I reali[z]ed I alone was doing that. Not the organist, he was only pressing the keys, I was the motive power. My then still scrawny legs had caused a building to shake". (
Title: Re: Resonant Sound Overunity Generator
Post by: Lunkster on October 10, 2020, 06:40:40 PM
Thank you for the inputs!
I learned that I need to mechanically amplify the sound with either a wooden enclosure like a stringed instrument  or a mettle blow horn.
The other thing I learned is that continuous tapping a structure can increase the power in an object of its resonant point to have a powerful system.  I do not know how to do this mechanically inside of the speaker shere converted into a sound amplifier.  I am looking for your idea's in how to get this done inside of a 6 foot sphere. 
Another option from the video's would to have a efficient mechanical movement that would strum a musical instrument inside of the sphere. In this way I do not have to reinvent mechanical amplification which is already very efficient.

Thank you again for your inputs!

Title: Re: Resonant Sound Overunity Generator
Post by: NdaClouDzzz on October 11, 2020, 02:46:09 AM
Greetings, Lunkster
I'm glad that the links were of some use to you. Years ago I started to consider sound-waves as a source of free-energy generation as a result of camping in the mountains during thunderstorms. I remember being amazed by how a single thunderclap could echo through mountainous canyons seemingly for miles and time. I just new that there had to be free-energy in natural sound-wave amplification. Over the years I have occasionally thought about how to harness those sound-waves to the point of even coming up with a name to describe such a device: Sound-Wave Vibrational Free-Energy Generator. At that time I was envisioning something like a tube several feet long and something like 10 inches in diameter with tubular echo chambers running the length. I never really thought it through beyond that and I moved on to other (mental) designs. I have since moved on from sound-waves as a source of free-energy, not because I think it's not viable, but simply because I've come to believe that there are probably better ways to do the FE thing.
In the design that you're describing it sounds like you want to set up a standing wave in a single body device. The video by Rick Friedrich that I linked to gives a link to a video showing what happens when a standing wave occurs in a single body. In that case the bridge collapsed. Standing waves in physical structures seem to always result in the structure being destroyed. I'm sure that you've heard the story of Nikola Tesla shaking an entire building with a device that could fit in his pocket. True story or not, that's the power of a standing wave in a physical structure. The standing wave literally becomes uncontrollable. Take a look at these videos of Helicopters being destroyed from those standing waves ( ( ). There comes a point when the power just shoots up sky high and so fast that there's really no time to get control of it and destruction ensues. Yes, there is a lot of power there, but how to control it and extract energy in the process? I was considering this same approach until I finally concluded that it would be far too complicated to control and extract energy from such a process. That's not to say it's not possible, just not what I was interested in pursuing. Later down the line Rick put out the video that I linked you to on sympathetic resonance, and that seemed like a much better approach. Using many bodies rather than a single body and ringing them like a bell ( think one guitar ringing many guitars like Rick showed) and letting it ring-down (rather than a destructive standing wave in a single body) seems to me to be the better path. If mass = energy, then more mass = more energy. I considered many designs. For example, in Rick's video he shows a tuning fork on top of a piezoelectric buzzer, and from the resonating tuning fork touching the buzzer it will produce electricity. At one point I purchased a bulk pack (1000) of those buzzers for $40 intending to fill a large space with them and tuning forks. A periodic ring of something of the same frequency of the tuning forks would ring all 1000 of the tuning forks. Seems like it would definitely give out far more energy/power than that used to ring all of those tuning forks. I eventually abandoned that project for whatever reason. The buzzers are unused in a box somewhere. That's the great thing about building in your head, you can easily scrap a project. Other iterations involved suspending magnetized metal tubes from the ceiling of a special room much like the body of an acoustic guitar and wrapping copper coils around the tubes without actually touching the tubes. The theory being that the resonating magnetic tubes would induce a current in the coils that would then charge batteries, etc. I never tried it so I have no idea if it would work. I've had many other ideas on the many-body approach that I can't recall at the moment. Like I said, I've since abandoned the sound-wave approach to free-energy, but not because I think it's not a viable approach.
For your device, I would say just let your mind run wild. You can build as much as you want in your head until you come up with something that you are satisfied with building for real.
Good luck.
Title: Re: Resonant Sound Overunity Generator
Post by: NdaClouDzzz on October 11, 2020, 03:56:53 PM
An interesting device which seems to have standing wave written all over it: (
Title: Re: Resonant Sound Overunity Generator
Post by: ramset on October 11, 2020, 04:27:03 PM
We have a member with thoughts on
Sound and OU
He has lots of experience with Sound

And as you may or may not be aware
The TPU supposedly has its origins in
A unique sound system?

I will touch base with him!

Really skilled builder too ( sound and understanding it is one of his passions

I believe we also have a member who teaches at university level
Sound or similar?
He was working on Pierre device here ?
Will see if I can get in touch

I think we only spoke one time a few years back

On another topic
You wrote of many years research?
FE ?

And seem of similar mind set “Open Source “

Sending a pm

Title: Re: Resonant Sound Overunity Generator
Post by: NdaClouDzzz on October 11, 2020, 04:43:45 PM
On another topic
You wrote of many years research?
FE ?
And seem of similar mind set “Open Source “

Many years of dabbling. Yes, FE. Not what I would call research. I certainly have no qualifications.
Open source is why I'm here!