posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 11:51 AM
From someone that doesn't know anything about physics and very little of electronics, this sounds very much like a perpetual motion machine, which is
From what little I know of Searl, he seems like the usual fraud soliciting money from gullible/naive/overly enthusiastic people to cover his expenses
in his hopeless venture. He's not the first, and definitely not the last. One of the more notable frauds in recent years would probably Steven Greer,
whom also needs just a little bit more money to finish his 'free energy device'. They always need that tiny bit of cash to fill their wallets.
Actually, the only perpetual motion machine these people are after, is people handing them cash, again and again and again and again ad infinitum...