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I want to build a free energy generator! Suggestions?

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posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:27 AM
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If you engineer it properly.. you can make it last nearly forever. (proper oiling if moving parts, water jackets for parts that get warm)




posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:32 AM
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Well I figured out how the magnets need to be aligned folks. It is one line with north facing up and the other line with south facing up. I did a little test to figure it out. And the V shape does create thrust, as my test shows:



Note that I turn the book around several ways to prove there isn't a slope causing the movement. I also had the rod/bar magnet around the wrong way a few times so bear with me there.

This is looking VERY promising I must say...
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posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:45 AM
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Its almost perpetual, but its still a machine. Magnets take a long long time to loose their luster, but the generator will eventually fail. Time depends on revolutions, size etc .... If you Google it, you can see working ones in action and how easy it is to produce.



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:46 AM
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This is looking VERY promising I must say...


So you have established that magnets excert force.

And this looks promising in relation to free energy, how?
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posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:50 AM
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I have established that the V shape causes the rod to keep moving in one direction. Thus when I apply the V shape to a cylinder it should spin... get it?



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:52 AM
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This, and the iron core causes rotation.

www.physics.sjsu.edu...

Some of the best designs are coils and magnetized circuits.



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:55 AM
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I have a plan for Thermolysis that i haven't tried yet. According to the numbers it should work.

main summery= It takes 3200c and over to break down a water molecule to HHO. Plasma reaches temp. over 15,000c. So make a plasma ball. Then run water vapor from an ultra sonic fogger, through quartz tubing, very close to the plasma. This should break down to fast produced on demand HHO.

Plasma ball= I was thinking a simple arc with HHO blown across (atomic hydrogen torch) using a plasma torch head.. Make a sustained arc and use an electrolysis cell for HHO production (for start up only)

So you get a small plasma ball going, then pipe the water vapor through the quartz tubing and the out put should be HHO. Then once running it should (by the numbers) produce enough HHO to switch from the electrolysis cell to using some of it's own output to sustain the plasma and take over for the electrolysis cell, and still produce extra HHO.

Then you are down to the power used by the fogger (small amount) and the power used to sustain the electric arc.

My theory is their will be enough extra HHO to run a combustion engine that is connected to a generator head.

Some of this idea comes from looking into plasma reactors used in the CVD diamond process. Which use microwave plasma reactor to make a plasma ball to make lab made diamond. Their plasma reactors only use 1500watts. But using a microwave seems to be overly complicated. But they do use quartz tubing with hydrogen piped in to contain and make the plasma.



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:56 AM
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generator is usually just a winding around a rotating magnet, the wire doesn't wear, the magnet doesn't really wear, so that leaves you with the bearings, providing you place the unit in a vacuum, and feed oil to some high quality bearings with an oil cooler.. you can really last some good time.



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:58 AM
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I have established that the V shape causes the rod to keep moving in one direction. Thus when I apply the V shape to a cylinder it should spin... get it?


Oh, I get it. Only if you put it in a clinder the loop is closed and it will not work like that. Besides, all the similar vids sofar have already established that it works but that one part needs to be moved every revolution in order to overcome the initial force.

So why is this different?



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 11:59 AM
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Since this thing is still going.... guess I should chime in.

I have been pursuing energy creation for 34 years. I have gotten close, but been stymied by a lack of available technology. I have stumbled onto many things during all those experiments... but those are for another thread.

Here is your problem:

I recently purchased a whole heap of electronics and magnets and stuff like that so I should have most of the things I need to build some sort of free energy machine. However, I'm not really sure where to start.

  • A "whole heap" of electronics tells me nothing. Did you get resistors? Capacitors? Diodes? Transistors? Integrated circuits? Inductors? What kind? What value? Resistors are rated in ohms, ranging from 0.01 ohm (current sensor) to 10 megaohm. They are also rated in wattage for heat dissipation. Capacitors can be polarized or non-polarized, can range in value from 1 picofarad to a few farads, and come in electrolytic, ceramic, polyester, tantalum, film, and polypropylene types... and each type has a particular use. Diodes can be specialized like Zener types used for voltage regulation (which are also valued in volts), or standard rectifier types which have a maximum reverse voltage rating and an amperage rating. Transistors can be bipolar (either NPN or PNP), E-MOSFET (N-channel or P-Channel), D-MOSFET (N-Channel or P-Channel), Unijunction, or several newer types that combine the characteristics of one or more of those categories. Integrated circuits are designed to do one thing, and there are millions, literally, of different types in thousands of different categories.

    So what do you have?

  • Magnets are about the same. Are they ceramic? SC? NIB? What grade? What size? What is the surface field density? The maximum pull force under various conditions?

  • Nothing in electronics is made simply by connecting some stuff together to see what happens. It just doesn't work like that. One has an idea for something to create, then one designs a solution to that problem. You seem to think that just plugging things up together will suddenly cause this miraculous world-changing event to happen. Yeah, there's a chance of that, but I would consider the lottery a safe bet compared to the chances of that happening... and I do not play the lottery.

Sorry to be disparaging, but you might as well said "I found some metal stuff; can someone tell me how to build a working Enterprise out of it?"

Here's a real tip: Put all that stuff in a drawer, go to the nearest good bookstore, and buy a good textbook on Introductory Electronic Theory. Read that book, make absolutely sure you understand it, then start looking on the Internet for more information. If necessary, take a college course or two. Then pull all that stuff back out and see if you can identify what it is. Get a soldering iron and practice soldering... it's a minor art form to get dependable results soldering. Get an idea of how you think you can create free energy, order the parts you do not have yet, and build it. Then test it, consider the results until you understand what went wrong, and make another try.

Repeat until it does what you want.

TheRedneck



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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So why is this different?

This isn't different, I'm replicating the freaking thing to see if it actually works. That was just a test I did to figure out how the magnets needed to be aligned. I figured I may as well film it just to prove the V shape does cause thrust.

I am planning to overcome the 'bump' by using the 'cam' thing which was shown in other videos. So as it turns the rod will be lifted over the part which stops it. That will be the hardest part I think.



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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Circuits are the thing to get into:

www.icestuff.com...


Tesla's Little Secret


Free Energy Step by Step Instructions Part 1


Free Energy Step by Step Instructions Part 2


Magnetic Field Generator (free energy)


Jeanna's Light

he wrote

YES! The diagram in the video is wrong. There are two annotations in the video stating that . There is no connection between the transistor base and the (-) rail.


Under the video.


Free Energy - John Hutchison's Crystal Battery

I'm also interested in crystals and magnetic energy.



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:07 PM
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Crum!
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posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:09 PM
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I've been looking into free energy for awhile as well and have come up with some plans, but likely won't implement them until I get a farm property. I'm using some of Tesla's designs, as an electrician friend got a hold of many of his original patents. Out of simplicity, I would like to stick to gathering radiant energy and potentially static energy (depending how effective it is).

For the radiant energy, the central premise of it is a shiny aluminum plate (though I want to experiment with tin as well), coated in insulating material such as rubber paint, suspended high off the ground, with a lead wire leading out to a rectifier, then to a power supply. You can actually find a bunch of examples of this on youtube (Just an example, haven't watched the entire length video but they're all generally the same), but they are pretty much all done on a small scale. Essentially, the most expensive part is the aluminum plate really.

The design for the static electricity generation I haven't looked into as much (mostly as I don't have faith in major electricity generation), but it might be useful as it's generally cheap and can be built around the structure of the radiant energy collector if done carefully enough. It involves a network of copper wire that is set up to collect static electricity from wind currents passing through it. My friend and I have a lot of experimentation ahead of us, but will let you know if we find any system with a decent yield to power a small household.


EDIT: Just to point out, the schematics aren't quite as simple as described here, though it's not too far off. I suggest looking into his original patents for more info. But as far as simplicity goes, this was the best design I've found yet, and it's highly customizable to a wide variety of applications.
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posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:10 PM
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So what do you have?

Pretty much every single electronic component you listed. A countless number of different resistors of different resistance, from small to huge. A bunch of different integrated circuits. A bunch of coils of different sizes. A bunch of ferrite cores including e-cores and toroid cores. A huge amount of capacitors, polarized and non-polarized, electrolytic and ceramic. I have countless diodes including a bunch of zener diodes. A stack of transistors including PNP and NPN types, as well as a moderate stack of mosfet transistors.

I didn't just buy a "whole heap" of electronics because I wanted to slap together some free energy crap. I already had a bunch of electronic components and I have been building circuits long before I made this thread. I just recently purchased a bunch of things I needed and replenished my stocks, and I felt like doing something interesting with them.

So there's your answer.



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:13 PM
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This isn't different, I'm replicating the freaking thing to see if it actually works. That was just a test I did to figure out how the magnets needed to be aligned. I figured I may as well film it just to prove the V shape does cause thrust.


Like, I said, it is no secret that magnets excert force. The fact that the V-shape creates trust is no mystery that needs to be proven either.




I am planning to overcome the 'bump' by using the 'cam' thing which was shown in other videos. So as it turns the rod will be lifted over the part which stops it. That will be the hardest part I think.


It is good to think outside the box and research stuff for yourself, just don't hold your breath, it will not work.

The working protoype in that vid is a fake, it must be. It takes more force than it puts out. It won't keep spinning on its own, let alone power a generator.

Build the damn thing so you can prove yourself wrong.

If it actually works you'll be my hero.



posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:15 PM
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10 posts up free energy, should work...no one interested?.. this is a completely unique idea. if you read it else where it was wrote by me.
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posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:16 PM
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Sheesh would you stop being such a negative nancy. It's getting old man. Give it a rest already. We all know your position, no need to restate it over and over again.
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posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:24 PM
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Originally posted by yellowsnow
I have a plan for Thermolysis that i haven't tried yet. According to the numbers it should work.

main summery= It takes 3200c and over to break down a water molecule to HHO. Plasma reaches temp. over 15,000c. So make a plasma ball. Then run water vapor from an ultra sonic fogger, through quartz tubing, very close to the plasma. This should break down to fast produced on demand HHO.

Plasma ball= I was thinking a simple arc with HHO blown across (atomic hydrogen torch) using a plasma torch head.. Make a sustained arc and use an electrolysis cell for HHO production (for start up only)

So you get a small plasma ball going, then pipe the water vapor through the quartz tubing and the out put should be HHO. Then once running it should (by the numbers) produce enough HHO to switch from the electrolysis cell to using some of it's own output to sustain the plasma and take over for the electrolysis cell, and still produce extra HHO.

Then you are down to the power used by the fogger (small amount) and the power used to sustain the electric arc.

My theory is their will be enough extra HHO to run a combustion engine that is connected to a generator head.

Some of this idea comes from looking into plasma reactors used in the CVD diamond process. Which use microwave plasma reactor to make a plasma ball to make lab made diamond. Their plasma reactors only use 1500watts. But using a microwave seems to be overly complicated. But they do use quartz tubing with hydrogen piped in to contain and make the plasma.

I've considered similar things in the past relating to the breakdown of water, spoke to a chemist friend of mine to length many times in the past. All theoretical of course, just a novel topic we liked to toss back and forth. If I remember correctly, the biggest issue was trying to contain the energy from the breakdown of water.
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posted on May, 12 2012 @ 12:25 PM
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Just feeding you a dose of reality.

You are demonstrating the force of a magnet, and then go on to say that it looks promising in relation to free energy tech.

It doesn't.

If you don't want criticism, then don't post on the internet.



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