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METOZ overbalance concept by which device is said to be able to tap the energy of gravity, is elaborate but flawed, according to PES Science Advisor, Ken Rauen. Inventor, Zygmunt Orłowski, responds saying he has broken the law of conservation of energy.

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From: "Zygmunt Orłowski" <metozor@nets.pl>
Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2005 12:31 PM
Subject: Re: TIFE index page at FreeEnergyNews.com


Cześć!
Dziękuję za pocztę elektroniczną.

Metoz you had seen is very old. I have got METOZ in other variant. More comprehensible.

This enclosure is clean. In my elaboration METOZ about, no one is able to find even small mistake. [not true, see below]

I do want to sell the Metoz invention.E veryone is able to build just the model of METOZ machine and test it.

It is not a long shot. It is very easy. Not complicated. I can help with the aid of E-mail correspondence. METOZ will be able to produce real clean energy!!! Have a good look at supplement at [bottom] part of web.

Zygmunt Orłowski
metozor@wp.pl

Attachment (received from Zygmunt Aug. 23, 2005)


Critique

Doesn't respond to critical analysis

From: "Ken Rauen"
Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2005 10:09 AM
Subject: Re: Metoz?

Hi Sterling,

Being in this field can be weary at times. While we put tremendous effort into unlocking Nature's secrets, lots of other people bog us down with worthless crap. This is one of those bog-downs. I analyzed METOZ months ago and the character is baraging us again, and nothing was addressed from my analysis before. Tell him to read my analysis and go away.

He has a flaw in his analysis and I pointed it out to him. It shows up as the mass of the balance beam is increased, simulated by identical weights on each pan of the beam balance. At best, this Pole does not understand English.

Ken

Elaborate but not viable

From: "Ken Rauen"
Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2005 9:19 AM
Subject: Fwd: Re: PureEnergySystems.com science advisor


Dear Sterling,

I sent this in case you were sent it also from Zygund and were curious of its viability. His work is one of the most elaborate I have seen. Unfortunately, I am sure he is at a dead end, despite his work. His website is http://www.metozor.si.pl/paradox.html for a full viewing of his work if you did not receive his initial email and are curious.

Ken

Why it won't work

From: "Ken Rauen"
To: "Zygmunt Or³owski" <metozor@wp.pl>
Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2005 9:14 AM
Subject: Re: PureEnergySystems.com science advisor


Dear Zygmunt,

The Metozor idea is clever! Good observation skills!

I agree with your basic analysis but not with what it can do. When the water valve opens to reduce the water pressure, energy is lost. Pressure relief dissipates energy, (V)(dP). Also, pressure application requires energy input to the water, also (V)(dP). There appears to be no net energy gain in the cycle. The energy to tip the balance beam came from the pressure source that did work on the beam and water pistons. The same energy was dissipated, as (V)(dP) is the same, just of opposite sign.

The anomaly is due to the same weights (100 kg in your example) added to each side of the balance beam. This is the same thing as making a more massive beam, and of course the beam will deflect less, due to the center of mass of the beam at point P. See how a more massive beam in example C/3 would make a smaller angle.

Ken Rauen
PES Science Advisor

Response to Critique

From: "Zygmunt Orlowski" <metozor@nets.pl>
To: "Sterling D. Allan"
Sent: Monday, August 29, 2005 1:47 PM
Subject: Re: Metoz criticism


Thanks for your message.

The principal problem be colled : " Pascal's law ". Lot of people don't understand how is created cycle : straightening.

In Poland nobody beliews that model of METOZ was able to realize the cycle "straightening".

After build that model i had sent a lot of letters to higher schools in Poland. No one was interested to see model. In your country is identicaly situation. At least i had made:
http://www.metozor.si.pl/paradox.html
and
http://www.metozor.si.pl/three_levers.html
and
http://www.metozor.si.pl/supplement.html
It is all. The " three levers" is for persons , which don't know how looks even arm lever in "paradox", in model and in balance showed on photo of model.

The supplement is most important. There is the Pascal's law and few pictures of METOZ. No one in all the world can say that there is mistake. Long time now I had broken " the law of conservation of energy". Differently : "Energy cannot be made or destroyed, but it can change from one form to another. Something more: " The total amount of energy is unchanged." METOZ can take an energy from gravitation or is a "duplicator of energy". At present we can build real " perpetual motion machine"

Zygmunt Orlowski

Q. Does it Work?

Zygmunt,

Can you produce video tape footage of a prototype running? Can you show data from prototype? Do you have witnesses who are willing to attest?

-- Sterling A. Allan 21:42, 29 Aug 2005 (EDT)


A. Prototype was Destroyed

From: "Zygmunt Orlowski"
To: "Sterling D. Allan"
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 5:18 AM
Subject: Re: Metoz criticism

Model of METOZ was destroyed about 2003. Only 3 person had seen METOZ's test. Nobody more.

Zygmunt Orlowski

Not Answering the Questions

From: "Ken Rauen"
To: "Sterling Allan"
Sent: Monday, August 29, 2005 9:10 PM
Subject: Fwd: Re: Metoz criticism


[Zygmunt] is flat-out ignoring my analysis. I put about two hours into the meticulous understanding and analysis of his system and he is still trumpeting no one finds any flaws.

Ken

Contact

Zygmunt Orłowski <metozor@nets.pl>
Gdynia, Polska
Zygmunt Orłowski
phone: 048-58-711-84-15
(48 58) ... 624-68-36 ul.
Niska 1 b / 33 81-646 Gdynia

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