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Posted by Jack on October 29, 2003, 7:02 pm
 
Hi,

I would appreciate your help and advise in building a self-powered
perpetual motion heatpump, to work without outer electric power supply.
Entirely energy self-dependent.
Please let me know your ideas.

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Jack
Inventor of Tomosonography and Tomoultrasonography
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Posted by N9WOS on October 29, 2003, 8:28 pm
 


Uuu...... not ok........?????
(WARNING! You are entering a non perpetual motion zone! WARNING!)


Briggs and Stratton engine comes to mind. :-)
Or one of those kool propane fired units.


There is a few ways you could do it without
and external gas or electric source and
perpetual motion doesn't come to mind, but
I'll keep my ideas to myself.
Because after I read this tag line....


I knew that you would try and patent any
ideas that you got off of other people.
And I don't plan on being a source for your patent ideas.



Posted by Jack on October 29, 2003, 11:14 pm
 N9WOS wrote:

not exactly N9WOS, by public discussion, we make a publication,
generating prior art, making that stuff non-patentable.

liar,
could you kindly name only a one idea I have got off from other people ?

liar, next time play fair,

--
Jack
Inventor of Tomosonography and Tomoultrasonography
______________________________
Global Inventors Organization
20 inventions for auction sale
starting bid $ 100 a piece

Posted by Eric Scott on October 29, 2003, 8:53 pm
 Connect solar panels to a cold fusion device.  Use the excess energy to run
the wind turbine.



Posted by Jack on October 29, 2003, 10:55 pm
 Sorry, but H2 cold fusion is not perpetual.
I meant exactly and only heatpump to generate enough energy to enable
self-powering of water pump and heatpump self.


Eric Scott wrote:

Inventor of Tomosonography and Tomoultrasonography
______________________________
Global Inventors Organization
20 inventions for auction sale
starting bid $ 100 a piece

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