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Author Topic: Has anyone built a motor like this and if so how much power did it make?  (Read 2707 times)

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Seems like a good plan and it wouldn't need any input.

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Re: Has anyone built a motor like this and if so how much power did it make?
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2008, 07:41:58 AM »

This is one of the numerous patents for perpetuum mobile US Patent Office has granted for devices that have never been demonstrated to work. I have tried to contact Frank Fecera, the owner of the patent in question (, many times with the intention to have him demonstrate a working prototype and have never been able to even get in touch with him. I have also spoken with the examiners of that patent and they told me he has only shown them some experiments ostensibly showing that it can work in principle but they have never been shown an actually working model. As many who have tried to build such motor know, simply showing that such a motor can work in principle means absolutely nothing. Until it is demonstrated in a full fledged working prototype one must never claim that it can work. Anyway, we have discussed this motor in this forum on several occasions but so far no one has shown a working Frank Fecera motor.