Toyota Patents a Quantum Motor

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posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 03:52 PM
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Toyota Patents a Quantum Motor


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Abstract of WO2008084559

To provide a quantum motor capable of reliably carrying out rotation. A quantum motor (10) includes a rotor (60) containing a functional material of which quantum characteristic is externally controllable, an N pole permanent magnet (20) and an S pole permanent magnet (30) applying magnetic field to the rotor (60), and a light source (90) varying the quantum characteristic of the rotor (60). The light source (90) varies the quantum characteristic of the rotor (60), so that rotation force is generated in the rotor (60) and the rotor (60) rotates.
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posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 03:52 PM
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This patent was just filed and as yet I can not get access to a full copy. This probably means that it has not completely been processed or is restricted...

I will be watching this one closely to see what comes up in the news.

It is noteworthy that Toyota has a car named Quantum, but that has nothing to do with this engine...

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posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 03:53 PM
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To date this is all I could find on this

QUANTUM MOTOR

Publication date: 2008-07-17
Publication number: WO2008084559



Inventor: KUSUMI HIDETOSHI (BE); BLACHOWICZ TOMASZ (PL); YANAGIHARA HIROMICHI (BE); DE WESER MARLEEN (BE); AMBECK-MADESEN JONAS (BE); OTHMEZOURI GABRIEL (BE); STANKOVIC IGOR (BE); FUNAYAMA RYUJI (BE); SAKAI KATSUHIKO (BE)
Applicant: TOYOTA MOTOR CO LTD (JP); KUSUMI HIDETOSHI (BE); BLACHOWICZ TOMASZ (PL); YANAGIHARA HIROMICHI (BE); DE WESER MARLEEN (BE); AMBECK-MADESEN JONAS (BE); OTHMEZOURI GABRIEL (BE); STANKOVIC IGOR (BE); FUNAYAMA RYUJI (BE); SAKAI KATSUHIKO (BE)
Classification:
- international: H02K31/00; H02K11/00; H02N11/00; H02K31/00; H02K11/00; H02N11/00;
- European: H02K31/00; H02K11/00K; H02N11/00C
Application number: WO2007JP50640 20070111
Priority number(s): WO2007JP50640 20070111

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Abstract of WO2008084559

To provide a quantum motor capable of reliably carrying out rotation. A quantum motor (10) includes a rotor (60) containing a functional material of which quantum characteristic is externally controllable, an N pole permanent magnet (20) and an S pole permanent magnet (30) applying magnetic field to the rotor (60), and a light source (90) varying the quantum characteristic of the rotor (60). The light source (90) varies the quantum characteristic of the rotor (60), so that rotation force is generated in the rotor (60) and the rotor (60) rotates.

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posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 10:13 PM
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Strangely enough, the site dosent list the story you posted, and i cant find it searching either....Weird.



posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 10:20 PM
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sweet...I would definitely get one...sounds like and electromagnetic engine...which does not require fuel..gotta get my hands on one of these, somehow



posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 10:37 PM
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With the malhandling of patenting these days I wonder if they're just patenting the idea of one rather than a workable machine.



posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 11:00 PM
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It's available at WIPO:

WIPO Link

I just downloaded the complete 38-page patent PDF.


Edit: fixing badly-parsed link


[edit on 25-7-2008 by Ian McLean]



posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 11:13 PM
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From the above link:


The present invention is summarized as follows

(1) According to the present invention, a ferromagnetic such as Ni, Co, Fe and the like and phthalocyanine are combined to synthesize an electronically or magnetically metastable ferromagnetic material. For synthesizing a base material,hydrogen phthalocyanine serving as a base and metallophthalocyanine of which hydrogen has been substituted with Ni, Co, Fe, and the like are combined to manufacture a synthesized material. As a retsult of substitution with metal atom, a hole is generated within a molecule. Magnetization of the material can be carried by electron migration in the space or by change in the electron spin in the space.

As to supply of functional electrons, as an electron supply source, hydrogen phthalocyanine/metallophthalocyanine and an alkali metal such as Na, K, Al, Mg, an the like are combined. Electrons supplied from the alkaline metal causes transmission of quantum magnetic force in the material through the molecule, and magnetization of the material can be controlled at room temperatures and above.

(2) Using the material above, external energy such as light is used to control electron density distribution or the electron spin of the material, thus varying the physical property thereof.

(3) In addition, a drive device in accordance with the basic principle that such an operation is performed in external magnetic field set in advance and resultant force acting on the material is extracted as mechanical energy is provided.



posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 11:16 PM
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Quantum? Like quantum physics? It is based on that branch of mathematics? My brother took that class in college. He did okay.



posted on Jul, 25 2008 @ 11:51 PM
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The sad things are these companies patent these good ideas and never do anything with them to make the oil and energy companies happy. Its patented so if you or I come up with it we cant use the idea. Thats how I feel maybe Im wrong though.



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 12:17 AM
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Originally posted by Ian McLean
It's available at WIPO:


Thanks!! That was quick... have to put WIPO in my search box



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 12:22 AM
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Zorgon, you have found a gold mine here. This is more important than many people will give it credit for. If this is restricted then it will probably be used by next generation wheeled military equipment, as well as make it easier(By reducing weight) to use thicker armor, or house an "intelligent battlefield computer" for drone tanks.

These are my thoughts based on various papers I've read in their respective fields. I never thought I'd see this though. This is science fiction becoming science fact to me. Just like star treks handhelds became sci-fact with toys like the Ipod Touch. I'd say if you wanna see the future of technology within 10 to 15 years start watching the more plausible bits of sci-fi programming these days. All of the stuff I grew up watching and reading is becoming reality, and at a pace I once thought impossible.

Interesting times...It is good to be alive today, as much as it is rather depressing, but that's for another thread.

Starred and Flagged sir.



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 01:14 AM
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awesome motor and proof oil is outmoded and has not been needed for a long time. for personal transportation
cars can run on water even

but without foreign oil America would collapse

the dollar's value is based on oil sales in us Dollars take that away and
America is doomed to financial ruin and the under pinnings of the US military is the financial system.
Americans can even wonder at their own demise.



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 02:13 AM
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Creating an nation wide industry in alternative energy and everything that goes on with that would certainly spring the economy to life. This won't come without some sacrifice, but I believe it has to be done. Oil is a fuel that cannot sustain us and the world. We need diversification, if we have that then we need R & D and implementation, then we create jobs, stimulate the economy and make ourselves independent from foreign Energy monopolies that are largely just subsidiaries to their respective governments, some of which are looking to exploit weakness. There are many things at play, and people's feelings might get hurt in the process, but I think it's well worth it.



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 02:28 PM
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It's called patent fluffing, they work a theory enought to get by on a patent. Either they continue work on it or sit on it til someone else gets the same idea. Then they sue claiming patent infringment and get a settlement. Companies do this all the time where they get as many ideas as they can patented. Don't mean they will build it, but they will sue to keep it. Something that would make energy with hardly any moving parts? Sounds like the car companies are positioning with patents. They'll claim they have the idea first, make a prototype, patent it, then kill it. Then they can continue with their current technology that is built to last a few years. Then parts will start failing which is where they start making more money from you. Not to mention they plan on dumping trucks but plan on hiking the price on compacts. They cost less to produce and have more parts that fail, sounds like the car companies are going to make a killing.

-Aza



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 05:25 PM
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Just registered Pegasus with Toyota Press accounts.. it will take a few days to process.. but that will give me direct access to their R&D department...

I will see what I can get out of them

Keep you posted

Oh and to the naysayers... just because they make a patent doesn't mean they WON'T produce it...

Honda already has 200 Hydrogen vehicle on test in California




HOND A FCX CLARITY

So lets give them a chance before we start with the "NWO won't let em stuff", huh?



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 06:19 PM
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Toyota, of all companies to breakthrough with this.

I know at my place of employment they do frequent training seminars on "The Toyota Way" as innovative and cost effective business machines.

I think this is very important news, Zorgon.

Please keep us informed if as you get more information.

Ian McLean, good find on the patent info, as well.

I wonder if similar technology isn't already being used in other facets of technology like military and/or black ops? Generally by the time "we" get it, "they" have maxed it out!



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 06:44 PM
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Am i right to feel optimistic that its a Japanese company rather than a Western company applying for this patent ?

Oh and does anyone understand the principles and workings stated in the patent and what implications could it have for us ordinary people.


Many thanks

Ken



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 07:04 PM
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Does this one patent have any connection with that one car video released a few weeks ago? That was some device that supposedly created energy from water. If this process was contained, would that be similar to a perpetual type of device by reusing the same water in a closed loop system?

I was looking up a pulse motor a few weeks ago and had found a few examples on youtube.

www.youtube.com...


One Japanese car company had a demonstration for an electric bike a couple of years ago, but, now there website doesn't even mention it. They had also said a scooter was also in the works. My guess is Opec is responsible for keeping these off the (world) market. They would most likely cut Japan off from oil. The hydrogen car still keeps us slaves to the corporates and reminds me of GM's token electric car.

www.youtube.com...

Although it's an electric bike that still depends on it's power from a battery, it supposedly delivers more range for that type of battery.

Too bad there isn't a video to show how the quantum motor works. I'm guessing it uses the water as part of the power source?

I'm wondering if water was a source than maybe these could be used in jet engines that collect moisture in clouds or the atmosphere while they're flying?

With the possibility of these ever increasing technologies that could be available, I have to wonder at what point they would actually start mass production. Even the hydrogen car from honda is just for lease.

Japan is in a way at war with the oil companies. That in itself should be enough for them to reconsider having an actual military again.

I wouldn't put it past Japan to keep these in their own country for now.



posted on Jul, 26 2008 @ 07:31 PM
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Wait a second here..

isnt this precisely what George Green "invented", which has been independantly duplicated with success on youtube, that he debuted with on the Project Camelot interview he made?

I recall a circle shaped ring or disc, with magnets attached at certain sides, causing a spin of the center ring/disc. Toyota is essentially saying a ROTOR (fancy word for disc) with magnets on it causing it to spin on its own, creating rotational force, is theirs to OWN by LAW.


It goes without saying, according to the law, if you duplicated one of these "motors" at home with simple tools and magnets, you could theoretically be charged with crimes, and are factually committing a crime against Toyota Motor Co.


I just wanted to make you all aware of the IMO obvious ramifications of this patent being snuck in by Toyota. Amazing..





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