posted on Jun, 25 2005 @ 07:25 PM
I'm a 47 yr. old male, disabled with a heart condition. I've spent 25 years researching Tesla's work and other technologies I combined or modified,
or both. My favorite achievement in this area is an extremely powerful hydrostatic drive kept away from the public, as I am certian Tesla did design
something similar and WAS denied a patent for the transmission. Why? I believe it is because it actually goes over-unity, using gravity, the boundry
layer effect, and centrifical force of one or more pumps dumping into a bladeless turbine, which I modified, and learned I had modified in two ways, a
classified hydrostatic drive/turbine developed by the D.O.E. Since I have never worked for, or swore any oaths of secrecy, this puppy is fair game.
I live in the midwest. If you build a British Patent version of Tesla's improved turbine, say 6 inch dia. and use one or two 11-24 inch pumps dumped
into the turbine, and vegetable oil for the working fluid to handle the 300 degree F temp, you have a lot of other potentials at your disposal, such
as boiling a refrigerant for free heating and cooling from the drive unit. I use a traction gear like the railroads use in electromotive's in my
design. Thus, increasing torque and Horsepower radically beyond the modified turbine I designed. Something to say hmmm about when it comes to
automotive use, or home power generation.