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The basic premise of the technology is that nature seeks symmetry and balance. The symmetry has inner stability. A temporary imbalance imposed wants to return to balance. Can this force be harnessed for output energy? A series of torsion springs is used to create this im/balance.


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hi i have been reading all about it, as much as you seem to beat me to it, still i am glad that what i was talking about to friends all this years there is now prof thanks to you inventing the mangetic engine, although saying that, i am still going ahead with my science work on the magnetic structure, as what i have in mind is of a bigger fish to catch, in order to really get the media attention and the govermen, well zero politions you have achieved it, and you have defy science in saying that no self generation power was possible, i admire you, glad someone has finally proven them wrong, hmmm and since you a little ahead of me, i hope we can keep in touch, as i would like in time maybe to share what i found... my email: by the way MFE stands for: Magnetic Force Engineering Engines cool name dont you think???? your stuff is great, and i don't envy you. like sommeone else would..being trying to lift this of the ground and yet you did it ahead of me,, but like i said i got bigger fish to catch..that is why... anything i can help let me know...and it does not have to be regarding the long it contributes fowards,, with this thing,,is time a new and better and zero polution power tock over...don't you think????....see me ok....carlos monroe i live in england

Terawatt Research dialog

December 8, 2008

RE: Planet Energy

Dear Sterling:

"It is easy to measure the input power to this motor driven magnetically coupled linkage. I have no doubts on the figures given for input wattage. I do have significant doubts on the method used to determine output. Consider that a torque sensor, if properly applied, measures rotational force. But energy is force operating over a distance. Power is energy acting over a time. One simply cannot set the mechanism at a particular speed, measure the input and output torque, and conclude that the device is producing more output energy than input energy.

The proper way to measure overall device efficiency, in a rotating mechanical device of this nature (even though there is magnetic "enhancement") is to apply electricity to the motor for some time, measure this input electrical wattage, and integrate this value over the time power was applied to determine the total input power, in watt-hours. Then decouple the magnetic driver from the larger magnetic wheel and associated mechanism, and connect this to a braking dynamometer. The resultant heat that the dynamometer produces when bringing the rotation to zero will be the total output power of the device.

Please show me where these direct measurements are done on this sytem and where the total output power divided by the total input power exceeds one. Then you will have an over unity device."


Robert Indech, PhD PE

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