Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
This Magnetic generator really does work. This idiot has no ideal how to make it properly. It's just a bit more complicated and can be found in
operation on youtube.com .... I'm an engineer and I can tell you if it is bs or not.
Oh boy, it's a battle of credentials is it?
Okay, I'm game.
Electro-Mechanical Engineer here. Roboticist for short.
Unlike your speculations... I DID work for government research.
NATO electronics, and counter infiltration via EM induction, to be more precise.
And these plans? Yes, they are BS.
I mean, even if the theory was sound, which it's not...
they tell you on the site they used two 1/8" aluminum plates to support a 20lb commutator spinning smoothly at 2000rpm with NO BEARINGS?
Any moron can tell you that a moron drew that design.
See? Even the physical side to it is flawed... and we haven't even started to get into their claims.
If you know how to use a hacksaw, a hammer, a screw driver, electric drill or a jig saw, then you can build our free energy motor.
Woops. Clearly they were trying to advertise to the layman here... but I'd like to see you try to build an electric motor with these tools.
If you have an old microwave oven at home you are not using, you can use the parts from it to build a small free energy motor! In fact, you can
find old microwave ovens for free! People throw them away all the time.
Ah, now they're playing on the knowledge that the layman knows nothing about microwave ovens.
So... what exactly are you going to use from it? The transformer? The emitter?... none of this appears in the design.
Or, I guess you were going to just use it as a cache of solder in case you ran low.
We have spent over eight years researching and developing this device. It has been built, tested and proven to work! This is information that
the oil and electric companies do not want you to know!
... okay, so you proved it works... care to quote the test group? Can't? Right, thats because THERE WAS NO TEST GROUP!
The free electrical energy produced by the motor is replaced back into the motor and is reused by the motor. This raises the efficiency
of the motor to super high levels.
lol. You're an engineer?
Okay A: Output to input... it's called inertia, and in no way can anything run itself by this method.
B: The efficiency is super high?...
"Johnsky, I need the efficiency rating of that (insert device here)"
"No need for a report sir... or a number, or even a practical range... it's SUPER HIGH!"
"You're fired Johnsky."
... again, you're an engineer?
... I like this one...
Popular Science has also known about free energy devices since the early 1920’s and 1930’s and have written a few articles on these
Yeah, and if memory serves me correctly, their articles tell you why it's not possible.
Okay, so I decided, lets look elsewhere from the site... perhaps theres videos.
In the video, it states household power has been connected to the motor to drive it, and the ammeter has been connected to the input to measure the
amperage used by the motor.
... if you watch closely, you will notice he hasn't connected the ammeter correctly. Essentially, he's measuring the power wasted by a 4" piece of
He then goes on in the video to claim that he can run it all day without using any power... okay, so unplug it. lol.
Then... (this is hilarious) he GRABS the commutator shaft in an attempt to stop it.
Firstly, intelligent people don't do this... but that's just my opinion.
Secondly, after he tried to stop it with a finger and his thumb, he claimed it is impossible to stop it from spinning. Thats right...
...apparently if you can't do it with your thumb and forefinger... it's impossible. Remember that one for your physics professor.
This whole thing just... ungh... it hurts my brain to think people actually buy into this.
Why? Why has the world forsaken their frontal lobes!
Oh, you don't pay for your electricity eh? Well guess what, neither do I...
(its called Photo voltaic cells and batteries if anyone is interested in how.)
Stick to that, and you'll be alright.
Tell you what though, got a video camera?
Go outside, and videotape your power meter.
Or, tape the device running anything, even an alarm clock, without being connected to external power sources.
[edit on 5-6-2008 by johnsky]