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  1. Pete Tar

    Pete Tar Moderator Staff Member

    Based on Tesla designs, so it has immediate market appeal. I'm pretty sure the original made no claims to do anything miraculous though.*

    WITTS, Timothy Thrapp was running the same 'resonance generator' concept before FTW took it up.
    http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:World_Improvement_Through_The_Spirit_Ministries



    *edit - although reading some descriptions of his inventions, maybe he did imply a possible free-energy miracle
     
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  2. Patrick J. Kelly

    Patrick J. Kelly New Member Banned

    I am always reluctant to say that any device does not work. Even with a replication which fails to work, the most that can honestly be said is that and attempted replication was not successful. I was passed a copy of the QEG documentation within 24 hours of it being released, along with the suggestion that I should publish it. However, there are many reason why that is not going to happen.

    Due to the previous experiences of several people, I believe WITTS to be a group of con artists and in my opinion, this QEG disclosure is just not believable. Obviously, I would be delighted to be proved wrong, but the repeated insistence that the device must be assembled by a professional "Electromechanical Engineer" combined with the insistence that extreme constructional accuracy is needed and so the components should be bought from their designated suppliers, and the added fact that they request donations to WITTS, convinces me that the whole thing is a money-making scam, quite possibly intended to damage the credibility of the free-energy movement as a whole. The claims of the document 'going viral' come from the originators of the document and are even more dubious than the document itself.

    I am assured by a specialist, that the supposed link with Nikola Tesla is completely spurious as it is not relevant. The notion of adapting a linear device to a circular device almost never works in practice, which raises a large question mark over their statement. The wire specification is highly suspicious to say the least. They call for AWG #10 which has a current rating of 15 amps. There are two equal windings. I don't think that the windings are in parallel but let's say that they are, making the maximum sustained current for that wire to be 30 amps. Ignoring the extra current flow needed for the device to be self-powered, the claimed output of 10 kilowatts requires a current of 47 amps at 220V or 94 amps at 110V, either of which would fry the wiring to destruction in a minute or two if conventional electricity is flowing through the wire. If it is cold electricity, then only tiny diameter wire would be needed and certainly not AWG #10.

    Finally, their claim that the winding has to be done by a professional company appears to set the plans solidly outside the scope of the home builder, contrary to their general claim that this is a design that anyone anywhere in the world can build, and so, all in all, sadly, the QEG document has every appearance of being a crude scam.
     
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  3. David Coulter

    David Coulter Active Member

    But the entire concept violates the laws of physics in this universe (conservation of energy). Every attempt at building a perpetual motion machine (or overunity generator) will fail, regardless of the skill of the mechanic.
     
  4. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    Yeah, I'm not too clear myself. But I think this is something that extends to the Moroccan builders - they are calculating reactive power, not real power. Real power (watts) is the only important measurement. How many watts are going in? How many are coming out.

    And describing it as "imaginary" is not to say it does not exist - I think that more describes its trigonometric relationship to apparent power and real power (aka effective power). Apparent power is expressed as a complex number with a real and imaginary part.
     
  5. Patrick J. Kelly

    Patrick J. Kelly New Member Banned

    Hi David,

    Genuine science has been heavily suppressed for around a hundred years now. The so-called "Law of Conservation of Energy" applies only to "closed systems" and there are none of those in this universe as everywhere is subject to gravity, heat, electromagnetic radiation, cosmic particles, .... Using that kind of analysis system with its flawed assumptions, will analyse the functioning of a sailboat and happily ignore the fact that the same wind can power a thousand other sailboats in addition to the one which you are attempting to analyse. I personally, have proved that free-energy exists, and that was done with very simple equipment made in an evening. Laboratory tests have shown efficiencies well in excess of 1000% on a whole range of different designs. It is perfectly possible to run a standard, unmodified petrol generator with water as the only visible fuel, self-powering and providing kilowatts of excess energy and those have been used for years in off-grid locations. There are so many different methods of gaining free-energy that it really is not possible to discuss them here, so I invite you to visit my web site www.free-energy-info.com where there is a free ebook download of some 2600 pages giving the run-down on more than a hundred of these systems, with enough information for you to build them for yourself. Please remember that here we are just commenting on the QEG system and not free-energy as a whole.

    Patrick
     
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  6. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    How about just a simple demo of one working system which is confirmed to perform beyond the conventional?
     
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  7. Patrick J. Kelly

    Patrick J. Kelly New Member Banned

    This is off-topic here. E-mail me direct at engpjk (at) gmail.com.
     
  8. NoParty

    NoParty Senior Member

    No offense intended...but if i directed you to a 20,000 page library of my rock-solid evidence of unicorns, wouldn't you just prefer me to show you a clear video of one?
     
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  9. Landru

    Landru Moderator Staff Member

    You can start a new thread. Just post evidence in accordance with posting guidelines.
     
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  10. Patrick J. Kelly

    Patrick J. Kelly New Member Banned

    Absolutely not. Some people enjoy making fake videos. This has nothing to do with the QEG. Please stay on topic.
     
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  11. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    Right... but they don't make fake over-unity energy devices. :rolleyes: the topic is whether the device(s) in the OP are really showing over unity. Have any input on that?
     
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  12. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    No, thanks. If you have something to show, start a thread on it.
     
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  13. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    You made an extraordinary claim ("It is perfectly possible to run a standard, unmodified petrol generator with water as the only visible fuel, self-powering and providing kilowatts of excess energy and those have been used for years in off-grid locations."). Back it up. You can do it here or in a new thread.
     
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  14. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    You mean, it may have other fuel which is not visible?
     
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  15. Patrick J. Kelly

    Patrick J. Kelly New Member Banned

    Of course thay make fake devices which they claim are COP>1, that is the whole point. I don't believe that the QEG is COP>1 and I can see no reason why anyone else would believe that.
     
  16. Patrick J. Kelly

    Patrick J. Kelly New Member Banned

    Yes, of course, the same energy that powers the universe. How else do you think that a Joe Cell can power a Ford pick-up truck with using any gasoline? But then perhaps you don't believe that in spite of Bill Williams' family being threatened because of it.
     
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  17. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    Please back up your claims of evidence of free energy. If you don't post any evidence, I'll have to assume you are trolling, and ban you.
     
  18. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    Stock-in-trade for conspiracy theorists: proof = somebody was supposedly threatened over it. :rolleyes:
     
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  19. Patrick J. Kelly

    Patrick J. Kelly New Member Banned

    There is nothing extraordinary in the claim as it is a standard technology well proven over the years. I am not interested in starting a new thread as information exchange is far, far too slow on a forum. You will find full details in chapter 10 of my ebook if you care to read it. This information has been publicly shared for years now and I am amazed that you good people are not aware of it. It is a technology which really does not interest me as it has moving mechanical parts, while my interest lies with motionless generators (which I personally use every day). You ask me to back the statement up. I have done that for several years now, publishing the principles, the designs, the video links, the construction details. I certainly have no intention of going back to square one and explaining it all again step-by-step when it is already there free for the taking - be realistic.
     
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  20. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    So you're just here to promote your own book? How nice.
     
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  21. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    So what's the purpose of the water?
     
  22. David Coulter

    David Coulter Active Member

    Jeeze, and I thought the magical georesonance supporters were [...]. The overunity energy people are double [...]. But maybe they come from a parallel universe where the laws of physics are different.

    Obviously I can build an overunity (fuel use) motor-generator provided it has huge solar panels and batteries attached to it! And I don't need to go to Morocco to do it (although, realistically, it would be easier to do in Morocco than Ireland).
     
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  23. Pete Tar

    Pete Tar Moderator Staff Member

    A couple of comments from overunity forum...
     
  24. Pete Tar

    Pete Tar Moderator Staff Member

    http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/c...cience-respectability-checklist/#.U4n8oHJdX5N
     
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  25. scombrid

    scombrid Senior Member

    Everything is up for discussion. The impossibility arises when impossible things are claimed and no evidence provided.

    I think you're going to need to make a little more effort than that to find a mark or two around here.

    Oh but we are Patrick, we are.
     
  26. Landru

    Landru Moderator Staff Member

    He has been banned.
     
  27. Balance

    Balance Senior Member

    Brown's gas. It's not rocket surgery :confused:
     
  28. Pete Tar

    Pete Tar Moderator Staff Member

    A fascinating post that tries to deflect the substantial criticisms directed at the demonstrated results of the project, by ignoring them completely and instead spinning an elaborate story complete with psychological profiling.
    Note that debunker = troll (and also mental/emotional damage).
     
  29. Hama Neggs

    Hama Neggs Senior Member

    I only looked at that link briefly, but I don't know that it shows Snowden leaked anything like that.
     
  30. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    Hopegirl, you could put this all to rest simply by demonstrating your machine running self powered for an hour - preferably on a glass-topped table, outdoors (you can use a generator to start it). And have it open to inspection.

    The utter failure of anyone to do this can only indicate that it does not work.
     
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  31. MikeC

    MikeC Senior Member

    Yes indeed - the repeated failure of free energy/over-unity believers to demonstrate their machines in action without multiple caveats, potential for hidden input, etc, is pointed and damning IMO.
     
  32. scombrid

    scombrid Senior Member

    Yeah. Just posted on the odd chance that he was still watching the thread.
     
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  33. David Coulter

    David Coulter Active Member

    It was nice to learn I am a member of The Cabal. As an introvert I was never a "joiner".

    Follow Hopegirl's link to the "Fix The World Project PDF" if you want an interesting read - seems to be a CT bible. Her proposed new world order is a combination of Libertarianism, Communism, Anarchism, New Age-ism, and 1984-ism (purge all recorded history and replace with "true history"). I am not going to quote any of it here as it is so long and contains every CT concept.
     
  34. Jon

    Jon New Member

    Latest QEG video:

     
  35. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    Again does not seem to be measuring true power, so it's meaningless.

    If it's producing all this power, why not stick an appropriate load on it? Like 200 light bulbs?

    I can wait though.
     
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  36. David Coulter

    David Coulter Active Member

    I am confused by what the guy in the video is trying to prove other than you can generate an AC phase shift by putting capacitors in a circuit. X axis on the oscilloscope is phase and has nothing to do with the power being generated. All that is happening is that the tank circuit is delaying the AC by a fraction of a cycle by storing and releasing charge in capacitors. Is that the bunk here? They are confusing people by arguing that phase equals power rather than total amplitude? Did I miss something in the video?
     
  37. Balance

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  38. David Coulter

    David Coulter Active Member

    That link makes it clear. They are generating a phase shift which increases var, but var is meaningless for running anything as the imaginary part does no work. A clever way to fool people. In fact, the video does start out like a magic trick: "nothing under the table" [waving hand under table].
     
  39. Efftup

    Efftup Senior Member

    what is the quantum effect that is claimed to be generated? Or is it just throwing Quantum in there cos it's sciencey and mysterious (it's how Homeopathy "works" too, apparently) to make the thing sound more plausible, of course linking with Tesla, because EVERYONE knows the NWO suppressed all of Tesla's best work. Never mind the fact that Tesla's Resonance device was a steam powered oscillator and had nothing to do with this QEG machine.

    I agree with everyone else. If it works, it; should be easy to prove it. demonstrate it starting up from a power source and then remove the power source, to show it works without. and allowing the machine to be examined to show there is no hidden power source.

    As you can not just create energy out of nothing, if it does work, where does the energy actually come from? has any QEG proponent ever actually come up with a sensible hypothesis for this?
     
  40. Mick West

    Mick West Administrator Staff Member

    Nothing under the table, except for all these wires, and the dark areas.

    I don't think they had an extra power source though, as they did not generate extra power. But it was a rather poor demonstration.

    And anyone who has see Veproject1's videos knows faking perpetual motion on video is quite possible:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/veproject1/videos
     
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