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Heins has invented a technology that he says will put out more energy than it consumes. His invention, he boldly claims, offers a way to make electric cars that can travel hundreds of kilometres from the energy in a small, inexpensive battery.
The Star first profiled Heins and his controversial invention a year ago. In a nutshell, he had figured out a way to eliminate the electromagnetic friction that typically limits the performance of an electrical generator – an effect known as “Back EMF.” Not only that, but he also learned how to redirect that magnetic energy so that, instead of causing resistance, it gave an electrical motor connected to the generator a significant boost.
The result, as far as Heins was concerned, violated Lenz’s law or what’s often called the law of diminishing returns. For many, that equates to a perpetual motion machine, an impossible claim in the conventional field of physics.
He’s also working with The Orion Project, a non-profit group founded by conspiracy theorist Steven Greer, who has founded several UFO groups and claims to have been in contact with extraterrestrials. Greer believes the government is aware that perpetual motion machines exist and that there has been a massive global cover-up.
Originally posted by johnsky
The creator of this motor is NOT repeat NOT heralding it as over-unity.
He himself is merely suggesting he can eliminate the back EMF which causes "friction" on a motor when the generator is under a load.
In turn, this back EMF is returned to the rotor to assist in accelerative force.
Originally posted by MajorDisaster
Well the back EMF normally wastes a lot of energy, does it not? So I would think that making use of that energy instead would definitely make the system overunity, even if the inventor is not heralding it as such