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Terrawatt Research LLC Verified Overunity Generator Revealed

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posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 02:38 PM
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The source is this Examiner Article on Terrawatt Research LLC

This company is run and backed by former CIA and FBI officials. They have achieved an energy generating device that is producing well over unity energy COP.

These guys have tested their device at both UL and TUV labs. Both recorded the same free energy effect.




This is the unit pictured below.






posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 03:29 PM
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Maybe the GOM spill will force some players to invest in free energy devices.

I wouldn't mind paying a yearly fee to use these machines, as we are already spending a lot of money on petroleum... And it would be so much cleaner for the environment.

Let's hope more news of these kinds are released and a momentum gets created for a change on the matter of energy...



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 03:33 PM
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Explanation: NOPE! So Sorry So Sad!
Here is why...

The motor driven number 1 shaft is not the only source of energy powering the system as the graph clearly does not include the CONSTANT energy of the magnets employed in the design and the magnets are CLEARLY being used to amplify any mechanical rotation in the number 2 shaft and I'm not surprised at all that certain frequencies have a goldilocks zone where optimum performance can be achieved.

Personal Disclosure:



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 03:33 PM
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Is this a joke? Sure it is. Sounds totally too good to be true.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 03:56 PM
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It looks more legit than anything I have seen on the free energy or overunity magnetic motor sector of research. Did you read the credentials of the scientist and the management and advisory board? Not to mention they are obviously well funded since they are set up in a high tech industrial park in Irvine CA.

Johannes Schroetter
(Chief Scientist, CEO, CFO)

Johannes Schroetter is in charge of the company and directs his ideas to production level prototypes by mastering all design, simulation and machining processes.


Joe Young
(Strategy, Finance)

Joe Young is the strategic and financial advisor at
Terawatt Research LLC.

Background:
Georgia Institute of Technology

James G. Magee
(Internal Security, Strategic Advisor, Finance)

Background:

Former Commander of the largest anti-terrorist organization in the Department of Defense,
the Marine Corps Security Forces

Gary Caille Ph.D., P.E.
(Scientific Advisor)

Current:

Director, Systems Solutions Group, CSU Ventures

Background:
PRE/Professor of Mechanical Engineering at
Georgia Tech Research Institute


Professional Consultants and Strategic Advisors
Judge William H. Webster

Judge William H. Webster
(Milbank Tweed Hadley & Mc Cloy)
Strategic Advisor

Background:
Former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

Robert Koch
(Milbank Tweed Hadley & Mc Cloy)
Intellectual Property, Strategic Advisor

They are loaded up on heavy weight intellectual property as well. I have no connection to this firm. (disclosure) I will be watching this to see what happens.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 03:57 PM
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Hmm. The UL report on their site seems legit enough. Still trying to verify the information, though and UL file number SV17412 does not seem to exist in the UL database, but I may not be using the search engine correctly.

If this was indeed tested by UL and certified by them, then that's about as legitimate as it gets.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 04:41 PM
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Explanation: So how many magnets are in the total design MINUS the ones in the electromagnetic motor that is driving the system as the PRIMARY source of inputed energy?

How much energy was required to make those magnets, how much do they cost [retail] and what is their expected lifetime of operation?

Personal Disclosure: Why no feedback system for the energy source???
According to the graph at 18.9Hz there was a measured 3 TIMES what was being put in [i.e. 600watts output compared with 200watts input] and this is clearly enough to run itself [when boosted up to 18.9Hz from 0.0Hz by an outside power supply such as another one of itself!!!] and to also have 400 watts spare which is enuff to start 2 more of itself....EXPONENTIAL POWER for the mere cost of space and common cheap materials! So for cost of original 200watts and the added cost of every single machine and storage of all these machines... we would need to NEVER pay for energy EVER AGAIN! The implications are staggering!



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 04:53 PM
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I agree with what you are saying here. In the case of an independant verification test, however, a feedback system would automatically void the results.

Indeed the usefulness and impact of such a device would be staggering if it pans out. Let's just hope that there are not unforseen consequences -- there always seems to be a piper to pay.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 04:56 PM
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The link from the Terrawatt site seems to go through to the legit tuvdotcom.com site.

Although I cannot find the max response rate of the torque sensor I'm sure tuv wouldn't have been silly enough to make a mistake. Also the power of the magnetic oscillator thing isn't mentioned. The homepage states that neither lab measured the entire system.

So until the entire system is tested the is no free energy.

[edit on 15/7/2010 by LightFantastic]



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 05:33 PM
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With a COP of 3 I think they are onto something. The heavyweights on their staff are not the type to put their names out there on something that has no chance. Notice they have a serious heavyweight guy for internal security. They are thinking about success and what it will take to bring this one in.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 06:12 PM
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if true this would be splendid, however after reading the info a curious fact revisited my brain. if this company llc is issuing bonds/shares in this venture i personally would want to see the system working with my own eyes with calibrated equipment for testing. now i am not suggesting that there is any foul play going on but today on the keiser report, max offered the fact that thousands of law enforcement officials,cia,fbi etc etc were stung by ponzi schemes with regards to them all investing most if not all of their retirement assets into a fraudulent scheme. surely i am wrong in thinking that said respectable upright government servants would attempt to scam others to replenish their empty retirement pots or does the llc light up my head? limited liability company if i am not mistaken. again i hope this has merit but if shares are offered serious consideration is needed as well as chain of custody. i suppose an unfortunate scenario would be citizens around the world not receiving any interest on savings with their banks clamouring to invest in a green tech venture with the hope of making a healthy return only for this to turn into a ponzi type structure and collapse with all monies gone. who takes the blame especially a limied liability company? forgive me for ranting but how many financial experts do you need to run a llc?
btw if i am right, i enjoyed every minute even the #e ones!
sorry mod.
regards fakedirt



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 07:20 PM
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umm most of this looked like chinese to me not the most scientificly minded does the cop thing =cost of production and a ratio of 1-3= 1 ammount of energy put in and 3= the ammount of energy produced? if so this seems cool but i dont understand enough of it



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 07:57 PM
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Yes you are right on the 3 to 1 ratio. It has 3 times the output as input energy produced and used. They have not closed the system but if this scales up then it will make for 3 times the output of existing power stations that convert to this technology. The fuel used will crop to 30 cents on the current dollar. This would be good news in itself.



posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 08:21 PM
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thanks for the clarification! so it uses magnets as a power source this should be devloped and hopefully can break everyones dependence on oil foregn or domestic i look forward to the day when our current cars are all considered classics and gas/petrol gets passed out only for parades and sepcial events we need new energy like this or our planet will die and unless we can get off this rock before that happens or stop our selves from destroying our planet were doomed



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 12:51 AM
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The names and their background need checking out to see if they really are who the website claims.

Also the tests performed clearly state what is being measured, which is the torque and rpm on the two shafts. There is no mention of input energy and output energy to the system, which is what would be needed to be measured to give a cop ratio. The oscillator could be a 2kW motor for all we know.

The company seems to be a lot more professional than the usual FE croud. The fact remains however that they had a chance to have TUV measure the input vs output energy of the entire system and they didn't do it. And I have to wonder why.

PS These results don't yet verify overunity as your thread title suggests.


[edit on 16/7/2010 by LightFantastic]



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 06:22 AM
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I have now scanned through most of the reports on the TUV site.

It appears (but I cannot confirm) that the magnetic oscillator does't have a power supply.

The torque sensor used has a response time of 1ms which should be fast enough for these tests.

What isn't described anywhere is how the oscillation frequency is measured and set but it appears to be proportional to the input shaft speed.

This is the most impressive 'OU' device I have seen and hopefully it will be OU in continuous operation.


[edit on 16/7/2010 by LightFantastic]



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 06:44 AM
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Originally posted by OmegaLogos

Explanation: So how many magnets are in the total design MINUS the ones in the electromagnetic motor that is driving the system as the PRIMARY source of inputed energy?

How much energy was required to make those magnets, how much do they cost [retail] and what is their expected lifetime of operation?



Look all of you, this fake ok?...it is fraud,deception and self delusion at work.

all this is nonsense.

conservation of mass energy forbids any free energy.

it is a :-

FUNDAMENTAL UNBREAKABLE LAW GOVERNING THE WHOLE UNIVERSE.

i mean magnets and all that nonsense is done by people with no understanding of school yard physics...totally clueless and ignorant.


YOU CANNOT GET SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.

2000 years of recorded history teaches you nothing.

that is why i never took history.

it is the dead past.



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 07:23 AM
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Originally posted by nobodysavedme
Look all of you, this fake ok?...it is fraud,deception and self delusion at work.

all this is nonsense.


It is ok knowing the laws of the universe but you have to know how to apply them. A fusion reactor would be over unity. Do you think the people working on these think it is nonsense?

It is just possible it could still be a con but I cannot imagine UL and TUV making the same mistakes. You can view the test reports on the TUV website or do you think they are in on it as well?

TUVdotCom



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 08:24 AM
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Originally posted by LightFantastic

Originally posted by nobodysavedme
Look all of you, this fake ok?...it is fraud,deception and self delusion at work.

all this is nonsense.


It is ok knowing the laws of the universe but you have to know how to apply them. A fusion reactor would be over unity. Do you think the people working on these think it is nonsense?

It is just possible it could still be a con but I cannot imagine UL and TUV making the same mistakes. You can view the test reports on the TUV website or do you think they are in on it as well?

TUVdotCom



Of course it is a con...look at all those SMART wall street people conned out out of their $68 billion in that ponzi scheme by that old geezer.

"A fusion reactor would be over unity". WRONG AGAIN.

MATTER IS CONVERTED INTO ENERGY.

conservation of mass energy forbids any free energy.
conservation of mass energy forbids any free energy.

It is not over unity.

YOU CANNOT GET SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.

That is all.

A fool and his money is easly parted.



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 09:48 AM
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Originally posted by nobodysavedme
"A fusion reactor would be over unity". WRONG AGAIN.

MATTER IS CONVERTED INTO ENERGY.

conservation of mass energy forbids any free energy.
conservation of mass energy forbids any free energy.

It is not over unity.

YOU CANNOT GET SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.

That is all.


Lol, why don't you contact the National Ignition Facility and tell them that they won't ever go overunity so they might as well stop their very expensive experiment now. Same goes for all the rest of fusion research.

So if I have a black box that I put 1MJ into and out comes 2MJ, would you call that under-unity? It doesn't matter what goes on inside the box the 'system' is over unity.

See this link for a NewScientist video YouTube Pay attention to the line "Create more energy than the laser delivered"

Feel free to post a link showing that fusion wont ever go over unity.


[edit on 16/7/2010 by LightFantastic]



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