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Originally posted by supermuble
Guys I don't mean to ruin this thread. But I just want to say, over-unity in an electrical generator IS possible.
Faraday's law of induction requires a moving magnetic field to create power. It does not say that you need to waste energy moving the magnetic field. It does not say HOW you can move the magnetic field. If you can move a magnetic field without using physical energy, then you create induction - this creates electric current in a coil of wire. Pretty simple.
Lenz's law states that all coils inside generators will always consume power. Lenz's law causes magnets to push and pull against charging coils on alternators/generators. Lenz's law causes generators to slow down when you put a load on them. However, what they don't tell you is that when you overload the generator and then feed in about 5 times more RPM'S than is necessary, Lenz's law can be INVERTED.
Originally posted by Maslo
reply to post by Pilgrum
I agree. As I have said before, if there exist a field in society where there are for sure no long-lasting conspiracies, its exact sciences, where everything can be computed and tested repeatedly. Nature cannot be fooled. If someone really created an overunity device, do you think it can be supressed for long? Do you think that at least a few of hundreds of top-notch physicists and researchers doesnt at least once heard about every classic internet OU claim, or did similar experiment? If there was a grain of truth in there, it would spread like a fire, first in the scientific community, then to the others. And I doubt every single on of them would just keep it to himself, if there are thousands of ways how to release it safely to whole world. (I dont mean only internet...). If couple of world-class scientists agreed and released this info as a joint statement, there is NO way to stop it.
Do you think that at least a few of hundreds of top-notch physicists and researchers doesnt at least once heard about every classic internet OU claim, or did similar experiment?
Originally posted by jephers0n
Some might simply point out the fact that it is proven science that told the world that the earth was flat, or that Man would NEVER fly, or that X-Rays were a complete myth.
In a world where new things are being discovered daily, and our technologies are evolving at a high rate, I still believe that it is more than possible currently to generate Free Energy.
Originally posted by zTargeTz
this company seems to have a few things that i haven't found elsewhere.
a) actual products
b) possible contact with reputable established companies
c) investor financing ( 1 million at least)
d) government contract (so it seems?)
Originally posted by downisreallyup
Let's see how true scientific thinking would approach this:
1) This guy is claiming that he is getting more power out than what is going in,
2) Let's see... what new understandings have been made in physics lately... oh yeah... the vacuum of space is NOT empty at all,
3) So, what are some possible ways in which OUR UNDERSTANDING is incomplete? Let's get a working theory made and then we can TEST it, and prove it right or wrong.
Science will never progress if we ONLY HAVE SKEPTICISM. We must have a balance of "boldly going where no man has gone before" and "that just isn't possible... not from what we know so far."
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
However.. we do have Step Up Transformers that turn 12,000 volts into 25,000 volts.. How is this guys device different?