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Title: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: TriKri on March 18, 2021, 05:40:53 AM
Hi!

Has anyone here built an overunity system that actually works? What would be the easiest and/or cheapest build of a overunity system for a complete beginner in these types of constructions? I want to build one myself to have something to experiment with.
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: synchro1 on March 26, 2021, 02:19:55 PM
John  Bedini's SSG tuned to run in Adam's resonance where the magnet rotor is propelled by the back spike is cheap to build. It will run with the input battery voltage unchanged.
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: TriKri on March 29, 2021, 06:00:32 PM
John  Bedini's SSG tuned to run in Adam's resonance where the magnet rotor is propelled by the back spike is cheap to build. It will run with the input battery voltage unchanged.

Ok, thanks, have you build it yourself so you know from own experience that it produces over unity electricity? And if so, does there exist instructions for how to reproduce it the same way you did it?
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: lltfdaniel1 on March 29, 2021, 07:55:25 PM
Here you go study this > https://thingiverse-production-new.s3.amazonaws.com/assets/93/06/22/d6/ec/Instructions.pdf


Image link of the link above > https://i.ibb.co/PhLBdqh/Screenshot-2021-02-13-at-18-41-05.png


Dan.
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: TriKri on March 29, 2021, 10:52:42 PM
Thanks for the link; I will definitely check it out! Have you build it yourself? I'm still wondering whether anyone here has build an over-unity system him- or herself and knows by own experience that it works.
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: Floor on March 30, 2021, 04:55:07 AM
@ TriKri

Your question pops up every now and then.

It must seem to anyone not involved in the pursuit, that the
only answers you get are

1. People point else where
2. People mention fears of  and / or the past realities of dire consequences for "disclosures".
3. You will probably only ever receive answers which could easily be seen as self reinforcing /
self in denial,  loops.
4. Any one who came forward right now might find their self confronting a great deal of,
and many kinds of, difficulties (most people are unaware of what these would be). 
5.Not just you, but any one, might need to think long and hard, before you could begin to
get any idea at all, of what I am talking about.
6. Some who think they have found it, are mistaken for a time then realize it was some kind of
error. 
Been there myself (more than once).
Typically there is some error in measurement but sometimes the error is a lack of understanding of what would actually constitute "O.U" itself.
7. Refer to number 3.
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: kolbacict on March 30, 2021, 09:40:49 AM
will it work or what?
https://youtu.be/c3I2zeoUbzg (https://youtu.be/c3I2zeoUbzg)
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: Thaelin on March 30, 2021, 02:30:45 PM
Take notice, it seems to only work when on the same spot of the table. Coil and such underneath taped on the edge to hide. Just another joke.
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: antijon on March 30, 2021, 03:24:34 PM
Yeah it's a joke video.

Regarding overunity, that depends on one's own view of what energy is, and what it means to use it. So don't get me wrong, like everyone else, I'd like to have a black box that produced kilowatts of real energy.

With this video as a reference https://youtu.be/3O2ZhagqjEE if you run a motor straight from a battery, you expect that the current was consumed by the motor and converted into mechanical work. But like he shows, wiring a capacitor in series demonstrates that current wasn't "lost" when the motor was used to produce work. The same amount of current used to power the motor can be used again by discharging the capacitor, and the only loss of current is due to heat loss in the wire and leakage of the capacitor.

Obviously, disregarding the motor RPM, current can be used multiple times to produce more "work", so what does that mean for the motor's electrical efficiency? Like the guy in the video, I think we've been misunderstanding the concept of energy consumption and conversion.
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: lancaIV on March 30, 2021, 03:40:21 PM
Yeah it's a joke video.

Regarding overunity, that depends on one's own view of what energy is, and what it means to use it. So don't get me wrong, like everyone else, I'd like to have a black box that produced kilowatts of real energy.

With this video as a reference https://youtu.be/3O2ZhagqjEE (https://youtu.be/3O2ZhagqjEE) if you run a motor straight from a battery, you expect that the current was consumed by the motor and converted into mechanical work. But like he shows, wiring a capacitor in series demonstrates that current wasn't "lost" when the motor was used to produce work. The same amount of current used to power the motor can be used again by discharging the capacitor, and the only loss of current is due to heat loss in the wire and leakage of the capacitor.

Obviously, disregarding the motor RPM, current can be used multiple times to produce more "work", so what does that mean for the motor's electrical efficiency? Like the guy in the video, I think we've been misunderstanding the concept of energy consumption and conversion.


This is the "parametric generator"-principle studied and experimented by Mandelstam and Papalexi ,their Prof. :


Physics Nobel Award prized Karl Ferdinand Braun
https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=de&tl=en&u=https://www.sps.ch/artikel/physik-anekdoten/die-drahtlose-telegraphie-die-einfuehrung-des-schwingkreises-ferdinand-braun-8/ (https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=de&tl=en&u=https://www.sps.ch/artikel/physik-anekdoten/die-drahtlose-telegraphie-die-einfuehrung-des-schwingkreises-ferdinand-braun-8/)


Helmholtz took over the size 4 years later, but gave it his name: "free energy".  ;D


What is defined as : "free energy",classical and resultiv !?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPF2hn6DPNg (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPF2hn6DPNg)




parametric generator or parametric oscillator theory was the entrance to quantum-mechanics !


 page 6,


Quantum mechanics was born (1900) when Planck found himself forced to conjecture that the only oscillator motions achievable in Nature are those for which area = nh : n = 1, 2, 3,... where h is a new natural constant, with the physical dimensions [h]=[xp] = M1L2T −1 of “action.” Thus was Planck led from (9) to this formula En = nω :  ≡ h/2π for the “allowed energies“ of a quantum oscillator.
 
https://www.reed.edu/physics/faculty/wheeler/documents/Sophmore%20Class%20Notes%202007/Chapter%203.pdf
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: antijon on March 31, 2021, 12:34:54 AM
Thanks Lanca, I always appreciate your insight, even though it’s sometimes over my head
Title: Re: Cheapest / easiest overunity build?
Post by: vasik041 on March 31, 2021, 03:07:18 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOTt3vkg8vk