posted on Dec, 3 2007 @ 03:23 PM
It is possible to make a working magnet only motor device. I have
done experiments showing positive signs of probability. The main
problem is the one someone mentioned in this thread, in different
words, is, balance. It takes the same energy to move the magnet
both ways. The answer is "Imbalance", Some type of magnetic
screen, filter, disrupter, shield, whatever you want to call it, is needed.
I have seen that altering the face of the magnets can cause this effect.
A shield though, would cause an approaching opposing magnet to
see less magnetic field strength, then on its exit from the face-off.
Thus, the push away stronger than the approach. It may sound
unbelieveable to you, but I know of at least one working motor.
I live too far away from where it is located to go and see it.
And yes, it is one of those people who made it in their machine shop.
So I have not seen it myself, but have two other people who have
seen it working. I have found that my home workshop is not
equipped for the tolerances required to build such myself. Just as
my home shop is not equipped to make a gasoline engine. If such
shielding is done electrically, then it subtracts from the output power.
Although that could be used to prove the concept for shielding.
There are such shielding materials in your hard drive that don't
require electricity, but science does not seem to be looking toward
improving such materials, or at least we don't hear about them.
Some companies sell what they call Mu metal, but it saturates easily.
I keep seeing people write about magnets loosing their strength.
The place I bought my magnets from said that only heat or shocking
them will cause them to loose strength, not just magnets spinning
around each other. So I don't know where these people saw this happen.
I personally believe that the Perendev motor spins on its own, but
it has no useable power. Notice that there is no load on it, it could
probably be stopped 'somewhat' easily, with your hand. What the
current status of Perendev is I don't know, but perhaps the lack of
power is part of it.