posted on Mar, 13 2020 @ 09:43 PM
a reply to: Arbitrageur
Certainly there is room for skepticism. The fact is, it's being used currently for a firing range to test in a commercial capacity.
The definition of overunity is in a very contrived sense, more out than in. By virtue of this, the coefficient is greater output than what is put in,
but that is because it is measured electrically, yet, the real work in this is being done kinetically by the flywheels movement.
This is why as I mentioned in the OP, there is discussion of defining differences between the forces a magnet acts on in between two fields and how
much torque that can generate, versus the electrical movement induced in a wire or the current produced when the magnetic field passes by a wire. What
this guy is saying is that they are different, and the force that is applied by the magnets in between the two flywheels is far greater between the
two fields - ie - a magnetic pump. Put something in the middle and the rotating flywheels act like a pump on a slave motor which is what is actually
generating electricity from magneto-mechanical torque. He's suggesting that magnets created a particular way can exert a far greater power through
torque between the two fields and should be measured that way rather than the current or electrical power the magnets would induce in a wire. This is
also what allows the magnets not to deplete rapidly, but why he calls is magnetic fuel that has to be replenished. The magnets are expending their
energy, it is not perpetual, it will run down, but it's clean, gives off not heat and hardly and friction, is a rotating disc (which just so happens
to be used in almost all super-conductance experiments) and according to the figures, would provide electricity at $.40 KwH compared to the $1.00 KwH
I could care less what one paper written on Szilard says with dissenting views, it takes a little more than one person dissenting to dissuade me from
considering his paper and the obvious impact it had on the inventor of this. The CEO that started the company is not a con man and as far as I can
tell, has made many smart investments in his career. I take it all with a grain of salt, but that's why I bring it here too.
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