Posted by Michael B on December 3, 2009, 1:02 am
I don't recall even making a suggestion of it being an
over-unity device, and I suggest that anybody wanting
to pursue that path find somewhere else to do it.
Maybe over at alt.energy.wishful-thinking.
I was in biomedical electronics before becoming a
nurse, and I didn't win my slots in a raffle. But I am
very deficient in motor and generator technogy, and I
seeking legitimate answers, not someone seeking to
hide their ignorant with misplaced derision.
Posted by amdx on December 3, 2009, 3:05 am
I searched Ed Gray Motor and the first thing I found said this,
"During the 1970's, based on this discovery, Mr. Gray developed an
80 hp electric automobile engine that kept its batteries charged
That makes me think over-unity.
Posted by Jim Wilkins on December 3, 2009, 3:11 pm
No harm in playing with ideas, you did however hit a hot button.
You can go much further if you have a small metal lathe and milling
machine, even a Sherline, and an oscilloscope and some lab power
supplies. Don't trust digital voltmeters unless they measure RMS. To
measure electrical energy accurately you need a current probe for the
scope, AC will do initially but DC is much better and necessary for
There's a perverse joy in watching an inventor's face when he first
measures the pitiful results from his brainchild.
Pay me in advance, please.
Posted by Martin Riddle on December 3, 2009, 3:13 am
Over-unity and back-fed breakers get the adrenaline flowing here.....
Posted by Josepi on December 5, 2009, 6:55 am
Over unity takes an infinity number of turns on each pole to make it work.