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MEG - Motionless electric generator

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posted on Oct, 16 2004 @ 02:48 AM
Has anyone heard of this?

Supposedly it was granted a US Patent.

I dont know what that means exactly.

If a Patent is granted does that mean the idea has to work and is independently tested?

If this invention actually is a true "overunity" device, this would be possibly the most monumental discovery of our times.

very strange...

posted on Oct, 18 2004 @ 07:57 PM
I don't have the electronics background to evaluate these kinds of claims, but I think it is an interesting topic.

My first thought was that here is one more in the long history of supposed perpetual-motion machines, over-unity devices, zero-point generators and permanent magnet motors. It seems like they never really pan out.

But that's kind of interesting in itself: the long history of inventors, kooks and cranks who have pursued this dream. It would make a fascinating book, along with descriptions of all their devices and the theories that were supposed to make them work.

posted on Oct, 18 2004 @ 08:08 PM
I'm sure there are already several books.

There are also several prizes to be claimed from people who are adament that free energy is impossible, and it's no wonder that these battery powered "generators" haven't claimed a single one yet.

posted on Oct, 18 2004 @ 08:16 PM
I read this book a couple of months ago:

The Scientist, the Madman, the Thief and their Lightbulb - by Keith Tutt

Foreword by Arthur C Clarke.

# Paperback 368 pages (January 6, 2003)
# Publisher: Pocket Books
# ISBN: 0743449762

Very interesting.

And before that:

The Hunt for Zero Point by Nick Cook

# Paperback 413 pages (July 4, 2002)
# Publisher: Arrow
# ISBN: 0099414988

This book is little more 'out there' than the first book.

Just log on to Amazon and type in the ISBN for several user reviews...

[edit on 18/10/2004 by Deckard_BR26354]

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