posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 09:51 PM
reply to post by GoldenAge
I am very sorry that I cannot maintain a neutral tone when responding to this.
This video bears all the typical signs of false energy device demonstrations that I have seen in other places. But those signs are subjective and I
cannot hope to convince anyone purely on my opinion and professional judgment.
Demonstrating a rising voltage on the third battery is something anybody can do, as long as you don't take into consideration the dropping voltage on
the other two, and the overall battery capacities and currents involved. Voltage alone does not represent energy or even power without also
Also, at one point in the video they say that "this motor only consumes three watts at 24 volts and about one amp????" 24 volts times one amp is 24
watts, not three. So there is some basic lack of technical competence that should raise some warning flags.
Here is the one argument that may be convincing: This motor has been supposedly demonstrated by recharging a third battery from the first two. If this
motor really returned energy it would not require three batteries. In fact, it would require no batteries at all. Come on, think about it! why would
batteries be required for a device that produces more energy that it consumes? a simple piece of wire or even a resistor could be replaced for the
battery and there should be a positive voltage measured over that resistor as the supposed motor spins freely from its own energy, while turning a
surplus to the resistor.
There is simply no reason why a battery would be needed even such contrived reasons as "to provide an initial something something" as is usually
quoted in these videos.
It would run and simply spin an electric current on a piece of wire while returning all surplus energy to the environment as heat by agitating the
I am not going to say that it is impossible merely because of the second law of thermodynamics, I remain open minded enough that some phenomenon could
in fact be discovered to circumvent that law, maybe something involving quantum effects... who knows....
But when it happens, it will be very obvious, it will not run on batteries. And yes, you and I won't hear about it.