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Over-Unity Power Generation/Amplifier is REAL and currently being shopped around in Ontario CANADA

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posted on Dec, 7 2009 @ 11:52 PM
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Originally posted by dereks


A step up transformer may step up the voltage, but it steps down the current, so the input power is always slightly more than the output power, due to various losses. This does not make it a perpetual motion machine, like this device claims to be


Each and every one of your comments here stating that this company has claimed to make a perpetual motion machine proves that you haven't even visited the main website of the device, nor read ANY of the content of the thread.

They state clearly that they haven't made a perpetual motion machine, nor have they broken any laws of thermodynamics.




posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 09:00 PM
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Originally posted by jephers0n

They state clearly that they haven't made a perpetual motion machine, nor have they broken any laws of thermodynamics.


Wrong, any so called "overunity" machine is a perpetual motion device



posted on Dec, 8 2009 @ 11:16 PM
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Originally posted by downisreallyup
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Energy companies will not be in favor of anything that removes their ability to sell the electricity itself. Home units will only serve to eliminate their business, so they will be greatly resisting such a thing. That is the "fly in the ointment."

Yes, they will greatly love the aspect of producing their energy for next to nothing, but it has to be done in a way that the general public will not A) become aware of the free energy generation, and B) have access to small units for the home, thereby eliminating their ongoing revenue that comes from selling electricity.

Remember, that in business, especially when their is fierce competition, survival depends on REPEAT BUSINESS, and until we invent a new kind of economy, we will never get anything that lasts a long time, or anything that provides ongoing results without ongoing expense.



'Small' units using new technology would spawn a whole new industry covering all facets of it from design & manufacture to sales, delivery, installation and maintenance. There'd need to be an army of licensed installers because it's potentially lethal if not done right and the majority of people simply are not up to building and maintaining their own 'machines' safely, if at all. A hobbyist constructed version would likely void home and public liability insurance at the very least so to preserve those benefits the industry would need to be heavily regulated.

The repeat business is taken care of by designing in a degree of planned obsolescence which is a technique that's been perfected in terms of things like appliances and vehicles.

Basically, a development like 'free' energy is unlikely to be anything like 'free' and would add even more layers of regulation to an already heavily regulated field. Like it or not, there are good reasons for all that control of the existing industry.

Reducing the cost of energy is really not all that hard, just reduce your consumption



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 08:39 AM
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The blogosphere seems to be coming alive with this recently?

here's one with some nice references:
blog worth a read



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 08:59 AM
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Another thread that promises the world yet does not deliver. Even worse, it's been bumped from 2009, ample time to see the proof in the pudding. When will people learn?



posted on May, 10 2011 @ 09:03 AM
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I bumped because I see it coming back up and wondered why. There is hope in solar I don't doubt that one bit.



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