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PowerPedia:Over Unity

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The phrase "Over Unity" typically refers to systems in which more energy comes out than was apparently put in. That is most likely a function of a new, unseen input source not yet recognized or measured. Theoretically all energy comes from existing energy and is only transformed from one form to another. Some over-unity claimants purport that the new energy is being generated ex-nehilo (out of nothing). Most would reject that stance and just wait patiently for new discoveries of where that energy is coming from.

: "In my opinion, from an energy loss and friction point of view, it depends on the system you're talking about, but anything even close to 100% (e.g. 98%) would have to be overunity because it would take excess energy from external to the system in order to overcome those losses.

: "But to be practical, it depends on the system, but the bottom line is it needs to be able to self loop with practical amounts of energy left over.

: "But that is an engineering issues. If you have something that is definitely overunity, then getting those engineers to help isn't so hard." -- Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan, October 15, 2012