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[[Image:Magniwork bedini replica 300.jpg|right|frame|The Magniwork Device is a Revolutionary Alternative Energy Device. ]]
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[[Image:Magniwork bedini replica 300.jpg|right|frame|The first version of the Magniwork device was based on the [[Directory:Bedini SG|Bedini SG]] circuit, and this photo they showed in their plans is actually a device by Rick Friedrich. [http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/mylow_magmo/message/1923].]]
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I recently purchased the [http://magniwork-review.blogspot.com Magniwork Magnetic Energy Generator Plans]. The product claims to allow virtually anyone to easily and inexpensively construct a magnetic energy generator capable of greatly reducing their electric bills. But does the Zero Point Magniwork Generator really work?
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<font size="4">Bogus claim on plagiarized work; apologized and putting forth something else</font>
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In my first effort at following the plans, my result was quite positive. First of all, the plans are VERY well written and simple to follow. I am not a very mechanically inclined person, and I was able to construct the Magniwork generator in just about two hours.
 
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I was also pleasantly surprised when it came to materials. No special tools are needed to construct the generator, just common items such as a screwdriver. The actual components of the Magniwork Generator are easy to get a hold of as well. Everything needed can be purchased for about $100!
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Magniwork puts for a set of plans for a free energy device they claim could be scaled to power an entire house. However, it turns out that the first device they called for in their plans prior to June 2, 2009 is nothing more than the [[Directory:Bedini SG|Bedini SG]] circuit, featured here at PESWiki and first replicated (according to those plans) by [[Directory:Bedini_SG:Replications:PES:Sterling_Allan|Sterling Allan]] and later advanced by Rick Friedrich. While interesting science, which some researchers claim to have achieved some measure of overunity; to our knowledge, it has never been embodied in a self-looped system with energy left over for practical use.
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I constructed a generator capable of providing power to over half of my 1700 Square Foot home. After the first month of use, I was able to verify that I did, of course, also lower my electric bill over 50%. Obviously, I am thrilled with these results. In the coming days I plan to either build a larger unit or add a second unit so that I can power my entire home!
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Most of the 50+ page manual contains energy conservation tips that are based on well-established principles, so the "guarantee" of electricity savings upon following the booklet's tips is safe, but not ethically accurate, inasmuch as the expectation is that the "free energy" device is the reason for the savings on the electrical bill to the utility company.
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To read more about my experience and to download the Magniwork plans, visit the [http://magniwork-review.blogspot.com Magniwork Review]!
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The [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efCelx7qe_M video] they feature in the opening of their site is of [[Directory:Lutec|Lutec]]'s technology, who tends to evade credible validation attempts.
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We offer the [[Directory:Bedini SG|plans]] for free on this site, where they were originated, with permission from John Bedini.
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On June 2, we received an email from the Magniwork webmaster saying "Igor seemed to have messed up this one. I had a chat with him, and we decided we're going to remove any Bedini plans diagrams or instructions. I didn't know that Igor had put copyrighted material in the ebook. If I knew that, I would've never published the product. Igor is going to put the plans for another working free energy machine instead. I don't know exactly which one, you can e-mail him ... if you want to know more about it."
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Then later on June 2, we received an email from Igor saying, in part:
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: "I sent Mr.Bedini email earlier explaining and apologizing myself about my mistake placing the Bedini device as being able to output a power of such proportions. The Bedini motor is currently completely removed from the Magniwork guide."
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He said the new Magniwork guide would feature the work of Hans Coler (not yet embodied into a practical, working device), along with some more conventional DIY info for solar panels, wind turbines, solar water heating. He expects that this update will take a month or two to fully complete, but that they will update the manual as subsections are completed.
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In my opinion, the manual is not presently worth what they are asking for it. -- Sterling
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== Site Claims ==
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''Pre-June 2, 2009''
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: "A Zero point magnetic power generator is basically a Free Energy Generator. It uses magnets, and magnetic force to induce ... motion. It runs by itself, indefinitely without stopping, thus creating completely free electrical energy, which can fully power your home for free."
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=== Claims / Rebuttal ===
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''Pre-June 2, 2009''
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The following are some claims made, along with some rebuttals/comments in [brackets]
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* '''Works in every home'''. [doesn't work at all as a practical primary energy source]
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* '''Works in all conditions''', can work in extreme hot or cold without any problem [there would be limits to this as magnets degrade in heat].
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* The '''material''' needed to build the magniwork generator is cheap and easily accessible anywhere in the world. [true]
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* The '''steps are easy to follow''', even a complete novice would be able to follow them. [true]
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* It is '''safe''' to use and operate. It doesn't produce any harmful byproducts or gases, and there isn't any hazard concerning the generator itself. Even if you have little children, they may freely walk in the close vicinity of the generator. The generator itself isn't flammable or combustible, so it's completely safe.
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* It is also a very '''eco-friendly''' solution, it doesn't pollute the environment. [Not entirely true. The rotating component will need to be kept from children, and can injure adults as well. The batteries contain chemicals that are toxic to the environment.]
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* '''Hundreds''' of successful magniwork generators have been built around the world. [True. I was the first to replicate this according to the plans we posted from John Bedini at [[Directory:Bedini SG]]; and there have been hundreds of replications subsequent to that. However, we don't know of any practical embodiments of the system. -- {{SDA}} (May 31, 2009)]
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== Plans ==
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: "The magniwork generator DIY guide is on sale today, and all the raw materials needed cost less than $100. The materials needed are very common, and can be easily found at your local hardware store." --http://magniwork.com
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If you really must get the plans from Magniwork, you can credit PES with the sale by using the following url (remove the spaces): <nowiki>http://pesnetwork.magniwork.hop.clickbank . net</nowiki>
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== In the News ==
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*{{Template:Directory:Magniwork}}
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== Feedback ==
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=== Just a Bedini Circuit ===
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''On May 31, 2009, {{SDA}} wrote:''
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It's definitely a Bedini's circuit, and is stated as such, as we have posted in our open source page at
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http://peswiki.com/energy/Directory:Bedini_SG
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I would be very surprised if it actually results in a net energy gain. I never saw that in all the testing I did a few years back.
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Rick Friedrick seems to believe that a net energy gain can be achieved using this system, but I've not yet seen (or understood?) the data that supports that claim. I don't know of anyone who has built a self-looped system that is practical.
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Here's the crux of the system, quoting from the Magniwork plans:
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: "Once the batteries are supercharged, place four batteries on the back end (charging), with one on the front end running the circuit. Once that battery has gone down to its 20% from full level, rotate one of the four batteries on the back end into the front. The sequence of rotation should be one of taking turns so that the one on the back side that has been there the longest goes to the front side. You can repeat this procedure for six months without ever having to externally charge the system. Bear in mind that your success in achieving this may be determined first by finding the optimal window of performance for your particular set-up."
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Whenever I rotated the batteries through the system, there was a net energy loss in the system.
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Yes, there have been hundreds of replications of this system, but I don't know anyone who is using even one system to provide a continuous net energy gain from one of them.
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At best, these plans are being promoted by someone who is a sloppy optimist and hasn't done his homework.
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A question I would like to ask the person selling these plans is: "Are you running your home 100% using this technology?" I bet the answer is, "not yet." I would even bet that he's not running anything with it.
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Their recommendation of discharging the battery to 20% before switching it will quickly destroy most batteries, which shouldn't be discharged below 80%.
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== Contact ==
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email: [mailto:admin@magniwork.com?subject=Magniwork%20mentioned%20at%20PESWiki.com admin@magniwork.com]
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= See also =
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*[[Directory:Buyer Beware]]
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*[[Directory:Bedini SG]]
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*[[Directory:Electromagnetic]]
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*[[DIY]]
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Revision as of 03:08, 3 June 2009

Page first featured June 2, 2009

The first version of the Magniwork device was based on the Bedini SG circuit, and this photo they showed in their plans is actually a device by Rick Friedrich. [1].
The first version of the Magniwork device was based on the Bedini SG circuit, and this photo they showed in their plans is actually a device by Rick Friedrich. [1].

Bogus claim on plagiarized work; apologized and putting forth something else


Magniwork puts for a set of plans for a free energy device they claim could be scaled to power an entire house. However, it turns out that the first device they called for in their plans prior to June 2, 2009 is nothing more than the Bedini SG circuit, featured here at PESWiki and first replicated (according to those plans) by Sterling Allan and later advanced by Rick Friedrich. While interesting science, which some researchers claim to have achieved some measure of overunity; to our knowledge, it has never been embodied in a self-looped system with energy left over for practical use.

Most of the 50+ page manual contains energy conservation tips that are based on well-established principles, so the "guarantee" of electricity savings upon following the booklet's tips is safe, but not ethically accurate, inasmuch as the expectation is that the "free energy" device is the reason for the savings on the electrical bill to the utility company.

The video they feature in the opening of their site is of Lutec's technology, who tends to evade credible validation attempts.

We offer the plans for free on this site, where they were originated, with permission from John Bedini.

On June 2, we received an email from the Magniwork webmaster saying "Igor seemed to have messed up this one. I had a chat with him, and we decided we're going to remove any Bedini plans diagrams or instructions. I didn't know that Igor had put copyrighted material in the ebook. If I knew that, I would've never published the product. Igor is going to put the plans for another working free energy machine instead. I don't know exactly which one, you can e-mail him ... if you want to know more about it."

Then later on June 2, we received an email from Igor saying, in part:

"I sent Mr.Bedini email earlier explaining and apologizing myself about my mistake placing the Bedini device as being able to output a power of such proportions. The Bedini motor is currently completely removed from the Magniwork guide."

He said the new Magniwork guide would feature the work of Hans Coler (not yet embodied into a practical, working device), along with some more conventional DIY info for solar panels, wind turbines, solar water heating. He expects that this update will take a month or two to fully complete, but that they will update the manual as subsections are completed.

In my opinion, the manual is not presently worth what they are asking for it. -- Sterling


Contents

Site Claims

Pre-June 2, 2009

"A Zero point magnetic power generator is basically a Free Energy Generator. It uses magnets, and magnetic force to induce ... motion. It runs by itself, indefinitely without stopping, thus creating completely free electrical energy, which can fully power your home for free."

Claims / Rebuttal

Pre-June 2, 2009

The following are some claims made, along with some rebuttals/comments in [brackets]

  • Works in every home. [doesn't work at all as a practical primary energy source]
  • Works in all conditions, can work in extreme hot or cold without any problem [there would be limits to this as magnets degrade in heat].
  • The material needed to build the magniwork generator is cheap and easily accessible anywhere in the world. [true]
  • The steps are easy to follow, even a complete novice would be able to follow them. [true]
  • It is safe to use and operate. It doesn't produce any harmful byproducts or gases, and there isn't any hazard concerning the generator itself. Even if you have little children, they may freely walk in the close vicinity of the generator. The generator itself isn't flammable or combustible, so it's completely safe.
  • It is also a very eco-friendly solution, it doesn't pollute the environment. [Not entirely true. The rotating component will need to be kept from children, and can injure adults as well. The batteries contain chemicals that are toxic to the environment.]
  • Hundreds of successful magniwork generators have been built around the world. [True. I was the first to replicate this according to the plans we posted from John Bedini at Directory:Bedini SG; and there have been hundreds of replications subsequent to that. However, we don't know of any practical embodiments of the system. -- Sterling D. Allan (May 31, 2009)]

Plans

"The magniwork generator DIY guide is on sale today, and all the raw materials needed cost less than $100. The materials needed are very common, and can be easily found at your local hardware store." --http://magniwork.com

If you really must get the plans from Magniwork, you can credit PES with the sale by using the following url (remove the spaces): http://pesnetwork.magniwork.hop.clickbank . net

In the News

  • Featured: Electromagnetic > Bedini SG >
    Magniwork free energy plans = bogus claim; say they'll remedy that - Magniwork has been selling a set of plans for a free energy device they say could be scaled to power an entire house. However, it turns out that the device is nothing more than the Bedini SG circuit, which, though interesting, has never been embodied in a self-looped system with energy left over for practical use. They've apologized and removed the Bedini stuff. (PESWiki; June 2, 2009)

Feedback

Just a Bedini Circuit

On May 31, 2009, Sterling D. Allan wrote:

It's definitely a Bedini's circuit, and is stated as such, as we have posted in our open source page at http://peswiki.com/energy/Directory:Bedini_SG

I would be very surprised if it actually results in a net energy gain. I never saw that in all the testing I did a few years back.

Rick Friedrick seems to believe that a net energy gain can be achieved using this system, but I've not yet seen (or understood?) the data that supports that claim. I don't know of anyone who has built a self-looped system that is practical.

Here's the crux of the system, quoting from the Magniwork plans:

"Once the batteries are supercharged, place four batteries on the back end (charging), with one on the front end running the circuit. Once that battery has gone down to its 20% from full level, rotate one of the four batteries on the back end into the front. The sequence of rotation should be one of taking turns so that the one on the back side that has been there the longest goes to the front side. You can repeat this procedure for six months without ever having to externally charge the system. Bear in mind that your success in achieving this may be determined first by finding the optimal window of performance for your particular set-up."

Whenever I rotated the batteries through the system, there was a net energy loss in the system.

Yes, there have been hundreds of replications of this system, but I don't know anyone who is using even one system to provide a continuous net energy gain from one of them.

At best, these plans are being promoted by someone who is a sloppy optimist and hasn't done his homework.

A question I would like to ask the person selling these plans is: "Are you running your home 100% using this technology?" I bet the answer is, "not yet." I would even bet that he's not running anything with it.

Their recommendation of discharging the battery to 20% before switching it will quickly destroy most batteries, which shouldn't be discharged below 80%.

Contact

email: admin@magniwork.com

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