Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:22 am.
Tools:So, You Think You Have Free Energy - 'YoTango' sets forth a recommended procedure for (1) confirming the claim and (2) publishing, to avoid shut-down.
I have encountered probably in the 100's of people who are quick to make such a claim, but haven't even done the most fundamental of tests. In this case, the obvious test is to run a test where you can report filling in the following blanks:
Proposed Validation Statement : "I have a device that I am willing to demonstrate to independent witnesses which weighs ____ pounds. I have run it for _____ days off a _____ battery which weights _____ ounces. It powered a ____ watt light bulb the whole time with no other conventional source of energy in. The voltage across the light bulb was ___ volts DC at the start and ____ volts DC at the end"
Of course the bigger the time and wattage and the smaller the battery mass, the more interesting the test is. I have noticed very few claimants willing to offer this bottom line information. I really think that validating an OU claim should not be that tough of a problem.
Eric Krieg (Jan. 11, 2005)
Add links to specific measurement techniques when it comes to:
Tools:Review:West Mountain Radio CBA - For load testing.