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Old 02-13-2010, 03:59 AM   #11
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physics, slapping good ideas in the face since the beginning of time

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Old 02-13-2010, 07:31 AM   #12
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Actually I got started on the idea of this from this austrailian inventori just used that first video, because it was the first thing I found, and you have to keep in mind that at around the time the first video was made, it is pretty much known that energy companies hire people to go around the internet and dispell any truth that will keep them from making as much money as possible, like now, for example, when american are buying way less oil)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLngerzzSBI
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search magnetic motors on youtube, theres so much on it that its almost undeniable, but hey I haven't actually tried it

regardless I dont think this is actually input free energy, the inate action of magnets opposing one another is a form of energy, just cause someone's clever about how to harness that energy, doesn't mean you guys should shut the idea down, cause you've never heard of it.

nice try though
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Old 02-13-2010, 07:44 AM   #13
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This is way too far off the topic of the original thread. I've split the thread and placed it in the only category where it fits.
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Old 02-13-2010, 07:45 AM   #14
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oh yea one more thing,,,

I'm pretty sure i read once that someone somewhere tried installing magnets into a cars engine(in the pistons) to create more torque
haha dont try that one at home

When gas hit $3.25 a gallon i got started on trial and error gas saving..
and the first thing i tried, being a newbie, was one of the 20$ magnets that fits on your fuel line that blah blah blah your fuel...

Those CERTAINLY DONT WORK LOL!
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also solar energy works under the same principle where materials are combined to use artificial stimulation to create much higher rates of return.
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WELL . . . that was a wasted 15 minutes of my life reading this thread and watching the video. Nice Flywheel effect of storing energy - yeah he energizes the "motor" from 110 electric motor and once it stores a bunch of energy he can run a light bulb. The Electric Geo is runningon 120 volts DC at 100 amps - just about enough to drive a typical electric car from the battery bank in the trunk. Didn't you see the wires coming from the motor going through the firewall were the heater box is. Also note that he doesn't admit to anything and uses a lot of double negatives which leagally says . . . nothing.
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ugh I know that certains magnets are strong enough to make one of these work, I think the design is easy enough to be worth trying...
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Am I missing something here? All electric motors are magnetic.
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I think the idea is to use permanent magnets instead of electo-magnets (for both the stator and rotor) to in essence make a perpetual motor.

didn't really go through all the trouble to look it up but that was my take on it.
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I think the laws of thermodynamics would have something to say about a perpetual motor.
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