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Author Topic: Overunity experienced already?  (Read 3634 times)

Butch LaFonte

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Overunity experienced already?
« on: June 30, 2005, 02:44:38 AM »
I got to thinking about the WER (Working Equilibrium Rotor) design that group member Mark Olson is near completing fabrication of at this very moment. There are two aspects to the rotor. It has a leading edge that is pulled to the stator magnet just as in the LPSR. The difference with this design is that there is no second rotor that takes it's place as it is removed from the locked position. Instead, a set of magnets on the rotor itself, attraction on one end to the stator magnets and repulsion to the stator magnets on the other end allow it to go into a state of equilibrium. Now if the rotor moves free from the stator magnets with no work what so ever to speak of as in my balance fixture video, then the ratio of work done by the rotor to the work done by an external source would be 100 to 0 if the rotor did 100 units of work being pulled in by the stator magnets.
What I got to thinking about was this, what if it took 50 units of work to remove the rotor from the near equilibrium position? That would mean that the ratio of work out to work in would still be 2 to 1.
Now I can't imagine the equilibrium sequence being more than 5 or 10 units worst case after having done my hands on testing five years ago as shown on the video on our group web page. I was thinking all along that the equilibrium phase had to be 100% free of locking, but if it is any amount less than the pull of the rotor to the stator magnets then that difference is overunity! Mark may not have realized it yet, but he may have experienced overunity while setting the device up.
We should have video today for all to see the results.
Stay tuned and remember that when we get overunity and/or self running we will show it on video and offer unlimited in person viewing by the public. Not any of this hide and seek crap you get from so many people that say they have overunity self runners but never show them to the public running on an unlimited public access basis. We are the real deal, no scams, self delusions, nuts or literary hoax here.
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Overunity experienced already?
« on: June 30, 2005, 02:44:38 AM »

 

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