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Posted by Curbie on December 19, 2010, 3:04 pm
 


If you understood how this scam works, he wasn't being clear,
 
A simple explanation is neither too difficult nor asking too much
given his claims.

For example:
Combustion engines (either internal or external) use heat derived from
fuel to expand gas creating motion to generate electricity - simple to
explain.

Wind or water provides the motion for turbines to generate electricity
- simple to explain.

PV's absorb photons of light and release electrons to generate
electricity - simple to explain.

Like the Wizard if Oz; scams are only believable if no one looks
behind the curtain, and in fact, the very reason there is a curtain is
to hide the scam.

That's the reason this scammer uses a curtain of evasion, gibberish,
"double talk", and links to more of the same, to try and keep this
fraud believable by never clearly answering the simple question: How
does this device produce power?

Curbie


Posted by Jim Rojas on December 19, 2010, 3:17 pm
 
Curbie wrote:

There was no evasion. You just decided not to read the relevant portion
that answered your question numerous times. You asked what runs my
device, I told you numerous times. I guess you are expecting me to say
something different each time.

Read the posts again. Maybe ask someone else to read it to you. It seems
your anger is getting in the way of your objectivity.

I wondered why this group has very little participation. Your replies
quickly answered that question. If you don't like what I have to say,
just ignore my posts...simple solution.

Jim Rojas

Posted by Curbie on December 19, 2010, 4:41 pm
 If a magician pored 1 gallon of water down a "magic pipe", and two
gallons came out every would say that was a nice illusion, but no one
would say it's real, same thing with poring nickels down the "magic
pipe" and having dimes pop out, just an illusion.

The illusion this scammer wants people to believe is he is poring 1kW
of electricity into his magic motor and 2kw are popping out, the
difference is, the magician is trying to entertain people and scammers
try to harm people.

All energy conversion processes known to science consumes energy in
the conversion process, this scam defies the laws of physics as there
are currently known, but instead of selling this notion and helping
the world out of the energy crisis, instead of call the press and
demonstrating a "better" way to for the masses to produce energy, this
scammer chooses to post on the internet, trashing real ways to produce
electricity and advocating people waste their time and money chasing
an illusion.

This type of scammer gets their jollies by making people's bad
situations even worse.

Curbie


Posted by Josepi on December 20, 2010, 12:33 am
 Nice analogies!

Well stated.


If a magician pored 1 gallon of water down a "magic pipe", and two
gallons came out every would say that was a nice illusion, but no one
would say it's real, same thing with poring nickels down the "magic
pipe" and having dimes pop out, just an illusion.

The illusion this scammer wants people to believe is he is poring 1kW
of electricity into his magic motor and 2kw are popping out, the
difference is, the magician is trying to entertain people and scammers
try to harm people.

All energy conversion processes known to science consumes energy in
the conversion process, this scam defies the laws of physics as there
are currently known, but instead of selling this notion and helping
the world out of the energy crisis, instead of call the press and
demonstrating a "better" way to for the masses to produce energy, this
scammer chooses to post on the internet, trashing real ways to produce
electricity and advocating people waste their time and money chasing
an illusion.

This type of scammer gets their jollies by making people's bad
situations even worse.

Curbie




Posted by Jim Rojas on December 19, 2010, 4:34 pm
 Curbie wrote:

You are asking me to explain it like you were a child. I gave you more
credit than that. Ok...here goes:

A PWM requires a DC power source to run. My PWM is connected to a
battery which is 24VDC 18AH, Or (2 12VDC 18AH batteries connected in series)

The PWM is connected to a 24 volt DC motor, which draws 24VDC 20AMPS,
or 480 watts.

The DC motor is now spinning.

My DC motor has a 6 inch diameter plywood pulley attached to it. The
weighted flywheel is mounted behind the pulley, which slowly builds up
kinetic energy when it spins. The pulley has neodymium magnets mounted
on its edge all facing North.

Next to the motor, I have a small 12VDC 70A GM CS130 alternator. It
spins at idle speed to provide a 30 Amp charging voltage for both
battery banks.

A small 100 watt 120v car inverter is used to run the mechanical timer.
A small 12VDC 100ma transformer is plugged into the timer. The timer is
set to turn on and off every hour. The transformer is connected to the
coil of a 12VDC DPDT relay, which is rated to handle 50 Amps across each
set of contacts.

The alternator output is then connected to both commons of the DPDT
relay. The alternator charging voltage sensing wires are also connected
to prevent overcharging.

Battery Bank A is connected to the normally closed side of the DPDT
relay, while Battery Bank B is connected to the normally open side of
the DPDT relay.

The next 3 alternators are mounted directly opposite of the CS130
alternator. These are GM AD244 200A High Output models. They have been
converted to one wire output. This eliminates the need to add the
voltage sensing circuit wiring, and the alternator's rotor is now self
excited. No external power source needed to generate an electrical field.

Each alternator generates roughly 100 AMPS at idle speed. They each have
the same 6 inch mag drive pulley system. So they each give me 12VDC
100AMPS, which gives me my 3KW DC output. I think my setup should handle
1 or 2 more alternators.

I then connect the the full DC output from the alternators to my grid
tie circuits. In the event of a total blackout, I do have 2 2000 watt
standard car inverters I can connect via extension cords to my
refrigerators and laptops if needed. Other than that I do have a 6500
watt gasoline powered generator as well.

Jim Rojas

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