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I saw this web ad and thought it might generate a more comments than electricity. As they say, if it's too good to be true, it probably isn't true. Produce ...
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- 01-20-2012 #1
If it's too good to be true....
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- 01-20-2012 #2
Perhaps someone with fifty dollars (US) for the book, a hundred dollars more for the parts and a couple of days to build one could try this out and report back on how badly it doesn't work? Also, perhaps someone with some understanding of the physics behind this could review the patents and see how plausible this really is.
The fact that it's a long video before they tell you that it's fifty dollars to download a pdf file (the contents of which are probably already available in the patent info) makes it look very dodgy.
- 01-20-2012 #3What do we want?
When do we want 'em?
Doesn't really matter does it!?
The Fifth Continent
- 01-20-2012 #4
The Mythbusters tried to build such a thing and it didnt work. Maybe they build it wrong or didnt have Dr. Johnson's secret plans.
This kind of machines could work if there were no friction or air-resistance (drag). So thanks for participate and keep playing!.
- 01-20-2012 #5
I thought the US Patent Office didn't award patents on principle for perpetual motion machines.
Nah! If you want free energy, do what I did and get solar panels fitted."I'm just a little old lady; don't try to dazzle me with jargon!"
- 01-20-2012 #6