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  • free energy Here's an other free energy scam. Take a look Evan if you have finished punching holes through impervious concrete. Peter
    The difficult done right away. the impossible takes a little time.

  • #2
    Syndrome used that Zero Point stuff, I saw it in the Incredibles.
    Merkel, Tx


    • #3
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      VU Vanuatu
      Vanuatu. How many of you even know where that is?

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      Last edited by Evan; 11-20-2009, 04:10 PM.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Evan
        Vanuatu. How many of you even know where that is?
        How close do we have to be to get credit?


        • #5
          Anyone who claims perpetual motion smokes stuff far better than the rest of us.


          • #6
            And more often .
            It's only ink and paper


            • #7
              When I was in electronics school in the early 1980s there was a guy named Joseph Neuman from Lucedale, MS that to have done something similar. He put on a demonstration at the Hilton in New Orleans and I went to see it. It was very crude and big, the same claims were made. He started it with a nine volt battery it made some fluorescent lights flash for a while and claimed it produced more energy than it consumed, no patent was ever issues.
              Last edited by deltaenterprizes; 11-20-2009, 06:04 PM.


              • #8
                Here's an account of Newman defrauding a company that agreed to try to test his theory. I found this story of what the motor winding experts wanted to do vs. Newman and the stupid things he did quite interesting. Newman is a first class huckster and what he did had no chance of ever working. This article is dangerously close to having machining content



                • #9
                  But you guys are overlooking something, it CLEARLY says that this can work because of "RECENT DISCOVERIES IN PHYSICS", ain't you guys been keepin up with recent changes in physics? It must be true because it says so right there on the web site, you guys are gonna get left out if you don't hurry didn't you see that time clock counting down?


                  • #10
                    The only way I could see a perpetual motion magnetic motor working, is if there was a way to turn on and off (or by blocking) a permanent magnet's field using less energy than the work that magnet does by moving something. Take a magnetic chuck as on a surface grinder... If the magnet could do work by moving (attracting) an object to it's surface over some given distance, AND this work done was greater than the effort of moving the magnet's on/off lever, only then I would say you were getting more energy out than you are putting in. Any thoughts?



                    • #11
                      Interesting, I was wondering why no one with machining skills had produced a refined prototype since this machine has been around for 20 years.


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Doozer
                        If the magnet could do work by moving (attracting) an object to it's surface over some given distance[...]
                        -Yeah, and if my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle.

                        You might as well just boil the question down directly: If perpetual motion was possible, wouldn't it be possible for things to move perpetually?

                        Doc's Machine. (Probably not what you expect.)


                        • #13
                          I liked the interviewer's question at the end:

                          interviewer: If this works, how much will it be worth to you?
                          inventor: Oh I couldn't guess.
                          interviewer: Millions?

                          The interviewer had no clue what he was talking about. The inventor would overnight become the richest man in the world my orders of magnitude. In fact, there would not be enough wealth to pay him.


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Evan

                            Vanuatu. How many of you even know where that is?
                            All I know about Vanuatu I learned on one of the seasons of that Survivor "reality" show.

                            andy b.
                            The danger is not that computers will come to think like men - but that men will come to think like computers. - some guy on another forum not dedicated to machining


                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Evan
                              Vanuatu. How many of you even know where that is?
                              Perhaps not surprisingly, I do It is one of the places in the south Pacific that was home to a race of Pygmy people. They also populated Australia and may still be represented genetically. In one of the great injustices of trying to create solidarity and a historical footprint, the Australian Pygmy population was redacted from historical relevance in order to project the significance of the larger indigenous population - the first nation people sometimes referred to as Abos. The aboriginals are actually made up of a number of distinct groups that are as unique as are the populations of the many islands of Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia. Seems to me there was room in that tent for the Pygmies.

                              Even TiffiePedia gives the Pygmies of Oz a pass: