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On July 27, 2008, Alan D. Joseph posted a There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] on YouTube featuring a motor that appears to spin with no batteries or other electrical input -- "just iridium magnets and copper wire". The video shows continuous rotation after it starts, a clock in the background, and a volt meter showing a small voltage.

In reviewing this video, our There was an error working with the wiki: Code[2]'s butt.)"

When PES Network CEO, Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan, phoned Joseph on July 29 to inquire about this motor and obtain information on its assembly components, run time, etc., Joseph replied, "I'll have to be honest with you. I'm an animation and video producer by trade. 'There are three separate videos involved':" the motor, clock, and meter. He combined those to come up with the visual effect seen in the video. "I think it's pretty funny," he said, and he asked to let the spoof run out a little longer before exposing it. He's quite entertained by the prolific response has generated.

This case does say something about the validation process -- a video alone is not adequate. That being said, a video showing a walk-around, with different angles and shadows cast by the videographer, would be much more difficult to contrive in a similar montage manner.

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Official Website

http://www.alan3d.com - Alan's video site

Video

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(6.14 Minutes) Working zero-point energy magnet motor

It's just what you see. No batteries, no input at all. Just iridium magnets and copper wire. I can't explain how it works but it clearly does!!! (YouTube July 27, 2008)

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Another YouTube Claim (OverUnity.com July 28, 2008)

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Contact

from http://www.alan3d.com

Alan D Joseph

phone: +31 6 29 44 53 76

E-Mail: [mailto:alan_media@hotmail.com?subject=OS:Alan_D._Joseph's_Magnet_Motor_featured_at_PESWiki.com alan_media@hotmail.com]

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Directory:Spoofs

Directory:Electromagnetic

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News:Magnet Motors

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PowerPedia:Magnetic motor - encyclopedic entry

Directory:Linear Magnet Accelerators

Directory:Magnetism

Directory:Magnets

Directory:Magnets:Ceramic

LEADING (including legendary status)

Directory:Muammer Yildiz Magnet Motor

Directory:Michael MacInnes' Magnet Motor

Directory:Torian Magnet Motor

Directory:Magnetic Motors:Howard Johnson

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PowerPedia:Howard Johnson

Directory:Steorn Free Energy

Directory:Shinyeon Energy Research Center

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Directory:Disturbed Self-Compensating Symmetry (Terawatt Research)

Directory: Mechanical Opener for V-Gate Magnet Motor

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