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Author Topic: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.  (Read 89362 times)

Offline jamesneal6927

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #60 on: October 15, 2008, 11:57:38 PM »
To everyone who doesn't think this works.

I'm missing something here.  For about $50 you to can build one.
They work and produce large amounts of extra energy that can be captured.

If you want to doubt then do it after you have failed to get similar results.  Not before.
Also, please ask one of the people on the various videos.  They, to include myself, will be
more than happy to assist you in the construction.

These motors are real and real easy to construct; therefore the School Girl name. 

You don't need expensive equipment to see the results either.  A cheap analog volt meter can easily display the results.

The parts list is extremely simple as well.
1- CPU fan from Radio Shack
2- Diodes
1- 9 volt battery (supply)
1- 9 volt battery (drained)
1- roll of 16 guage wire
1- soldering gun or just use a bread-board
1- transistor (SA5503)
1- LED (florescent)
1- Potentiometer

solder 1 diode to the emitter -> base - meaning the gray circle points to the base end.  The base is on the left side when looking at the transistor with the base/emitter on the high side.
solder 1 diode on the collector - this is the housing of the transistor.  That will connect to the charging battery positive.
Solder the Potentiometer to the base - this is the middle lead on the POTS
Solder the LED to the emitter and collector.  Make sure that the poles are in the correct direction.
re-wire the PC fan just like the videos show.

If you can't do this then you don't have a brain powerful enough to figure out any of the other topics on this entire site and should probably think about going somewhere else.

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #60 on: October 15, 2008, 11:57:38 PM »

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #61 on: October 16, 2008, 12:26:51 AM »
Maybe it makes sense to you all, but not to me.

I would say most of the DVD is not much new information if one has followed JB's posts in the Yahoo groups and on his Web sites (the information is less scattered, though). The most interesting part is possibly in the last 10 minutes about how he sees how EM (electro-magnetic) fields restrict or enable RE (radiant energy) [according to my understanding, anyhow, but I might as well have missed that part earlier].

Offline tagor

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #62 on: October 16, 2008, 09:57:00 AM »

I'm missing something here.  For about $50 you to can build one.
They work and produce large amounts of extra energy that can be captured.

could you sell it for 50$ ?
if yes , I buy it

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #62 on: October 16, 2008, 09:57:00 AM »
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Offline tagor

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #63 on: October 16, 2008, 11:39:35 AM »
could you sell it for 50$ ?
if yes , I buy it

can you produce more than 1 watt ?
if yes , you win the overunity PRIZE
http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=5707.msg129890#msg129890

Offline alan

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #64 on: October 16, 2008, 04:24:04 PM »
I am not sure, but I think it (claims to) works similar to Meyer's Easer system:
Using a voltage only pulse to open 'energy aparture' in the hydrogen nucleus and releasing this energy.
Meyer also calls it EM radiant energy.

Could it be all the same? More important, does it produce the effects as claimed (is it real or BS)?
How do/did you evaluate this with the SSG? How is the skin effect correlated to RE?

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #64 on: October 16, 2008, 04:24:04 PM »
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Offline innovation_station

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #65 on: October 17, 2008, 12:00:37 AM »
@ Utilitarian

My Bedini SG is now my battery charger. I have quite a few
Build one or buy one and find out for yourself.

 :)

lol

enjoy

ist   

my charger

this bad boy recharges its self lol ;D

any how i will be selling do it yourself kits for this exact charger unit this unit puts out around 200vdc from a 12vdc supply it runs cold



i have also inproved the design.....    and on a single pluse i can read 1900 vac upon return  ;)

Offline Ren

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #66 on: October 17, 2008, 03:45:44 AM »
It works?  Do you mean that you can get the wheel to spin for a while, until batteries are depleted, or do you mean it runs forever, producing excess energy from apparently nothing?  If you mean the latter, well, maybe you should share your laws-of-physics-shattering discovery with the rest of the world rather than keeping it for yourself, because I am sure all the poor people of the world could use free energy.  If you mean the former, well, then Mythbusters is not so wrong.

The problem here guys is you are all reffering to different things. Utilitarian is asking if you have built the Bedini motor, as seen in the joke of a replication supposedly debunked by MythBusters. Anyone who replies saying that they have built it and it works are just fueling the fire. The SG and SSG is NOT the Bedini motor specified in this thread! I have only ever seen one replication of that device,  the CrapBusters one doesnt count. I challenge anyone here to show me a half decent replication of the 1984 machine, working or not, NOT the monopole motor!

@ Mike. I think it is a little unfair to say they might have got the right conclusion from a wrong replication. As far as Im concerned they proved nothing except they dont do their homework. Like I said above, outside of the Advanced forums I have yet to see ANYONE replicate it in its entirety.

To confuse the claims between the two is just plain silly.

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #66 on: October 17, 2008, 03:45:44 AM »
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Offline innovation_station

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #67 on: October 17, 2008, 04:45:16 AM »
hey there bro

listen when you discover the root of free engery  come back and tell me my stuff dont work  :D


here is a diffrent unit i have made my own....


oops something must be worng....  i dont see any moveing parts.....  IT CANT WORK LIKE THIS LOL!!

dont make me hook this up to my scope..... 8)


lol

IST
« Last Edit: October 17, 2008, 05:25:11 AM by innovation_station »

Offline Ren

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #68 on: October 17, 2008, 07:27:02 AM »
hey there bro

listen when you discover the root of free engery  come back and tell me my stuff dont work  :D


here is a diffrent unit i have made my own....


oops something must be worng....  i dont see any moveing parts.....  IT CANT WORK LIKE THIS LOL!!

dont make me hook this up to my scope..... 8)


lol

IST

Are those comments in reference to me? I directed none of mine towards you, innovation_station.  I never said your device didnt work. The second picture looks like you are pulsing an inductance with a simple transistor circuit. Perhaps there is a secondary involved and perhaps you have balanced inductance and capacitance with frequency. I dont see a load however. It isnt what the thread is entitled, and thats my point. The thread is about apples and everyone turns it into fruit salad. (And yes I know its not about apples, if people cant figure out what I am saying by that I give up)

I know the root of all energy, that part is obvious. None of its free, it all comes from somewhere. Your methods for extraction and utilisation via your device/knowledge may be astounding, even worthy of their own thread ;) that is all I have to say in regards to the hijacking. Im not sure why I bother sometimes, these threads always go off topic, and nothing seems to come of them.

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #68 on: October 17, 2008, 07:27:02 AM »
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Offline innovation_station

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #69 on: October 17, 2008, 07:48:57 AM »
well i posted it here because it is the same thing

and yes mine works well

myth busters is a joke...

but im sure they know it works....  lol

ist

i have many threds....

Offline Ren

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #70 on: October 17, 2008, 07:54:46 AM »
it may operate on a similar/same principle, but it is not the Bedini motor, nor a replication of it. Simply put, it deviates from the path of this thread, as most posts in this thread do, including mine now. I guess Ill just quit talkin then :-X


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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
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Offline nitinnun

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #71 on: October 29, 2008, 11:26:08 AM »
those mythbuster clowns didn't even add freaking magnets?????
or know the difference between that 10 year old girls motor, and the bedini motor?


why don't they flap their arms as hard as they can, and claim that commercial flight is a myth as well?

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #72 on: October 29, 2008, 03:32:11 PM »
Hy Sirs,

They are not "MythBuster" equivalent in France, but i see the vidéos and this 2 personns are laughty clown !
It's not a bedini at all, look up one more time.... And the replication quality ? it's a Joke ! The axis dont rotate inline....
It's juste Bulshit, but some people who see that don't haev the distance to do the choice !

Have nice day
(Scuse my bad english)

Molux

Offline alan

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #73 on: October 29, 2008, 04:09:12 PM »
listen when you discover the root of free engery  come back and tell me my stuff dont work  :D
Please enlighten us, what is the root of free energy?
Is it the replenishment of static fields by the zero-point field after tapping into them?  8)

Offline solinear

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Re: Bedini motor, debunked by MythBusters.
« Reply #74 on: June 25, 2009, 07:51:50 PM »
Yes, the mythbusters make many mistakes.  Part of it is probably due to a lack of cooperation from the persons who are making the claims and the lack of a provided working model.

This should be relatively simple to debunk (or prove that they are right) - provide them with a working model (someone said that it only takes $50 to build one) and directions on how to disassemble/reassemble it, along with where the parts were purchased.  As for the permanent magnets - they can get them from wherever and even if the magnets slowly degauss, all it takes to remagnetize them is around 36k joules (less than a single kilowatt hour, which is the equivalent of 3.6 million joules).  Even considering that you lose 40% when storing energy, it still only takes 60k joules to recharge a set of permanent magnets (not completely sure about the volume of magnets that can be remagnetized with that much energy).  If you can get a single kilowatt hour out of a set of magnets, you can easily recharge them with the energy obtained, so it's definitely *way* over unity by that point.

Many of the mythbusters' projects are half-assed, but that's half of the charm of the show.  Yes, it's entertainment, but as with much entertainment, it uses hyperbole to prove how ridiculous the claims are.  Sometimes they prove things right, sometimes they prove them wrong.  At least 75% of the time when they prove something wrong, it's because it's poorly designed, but they don't have three months to design something, they have a few weeks to research it, put it together and test (prove/disprove).  Most of the stuff that they test are not complex designs, they're simple things (like the phone book thing I saw last night).  The 'experts' that they hire are expected to actually do the appropriate research, not put something together that wouldn't have a prayer in hell of doing the job.  Sometimes those experts don't do their jobs right, sometimes they do.  If you want to put yourself forward as an expert, build a Bedini motor using a capacitor instead of a battery and use it for input/output.  Heck, let them choose the input/output, so long as they are identical and don't otherwise change the design.

 

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