Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:01 am.
Robert takes an off-the-shelf motor with one rating on the name plate, and an off-the-shelf generator, with a rating on the name plate, does the math, and says that if you put them together, then you will have more energy out than you put in.
We give our assessment that this design has no merit. -- Congress:Member:Sterling D. Allan (Feb. 7, 2006)
Patent application number 11/009798, Dynamotor Electric Generator
Robert is aware of the above description, was given opportunity to point out whether or not it was in error, and only objected to its being posted here.
: Robert Jackson stands behind his published patent applications 10/136521, 10/136063, 10/211041, and 10/637903. He also stands behind his non-published applications (propulsion system, solarpanel, another FE device, and 2 more hydro-generators). I will continue in my humanitarian cause. I would like to thank all the good people thru the years who have supported my dreams." -- Robert Jackson (Feb. 11, 2006)
Ultility filed 12-2004 provisional filed 12-2003
Robert says he has filed nine other patents on various energy technologies, and all have been abandoned.
See above under "Official Website"
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