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TerritorioDigital reports that 'Argentine scientist Walter Torbay was distinguished by the University of New York by his discovery of the Magnetic Transgenerador, a device that through magnetism alone can generate 1,930 watts.'
That assertion to an award given is
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Not so - refuted by Vesselin C. Noninski, PhD, Director of New York Sofia Institute.
First translated by Google with minor additional editing. Later updated with translation by Mark Goldes, May 31, 2006.
May 21, 2006
Institute of New York Sofia -- Award to Argentine scientist
Scientist Walter Torbay was given an Award by the Institute of New York Sofia for his discovery of the Magnetic Transgenerator, a device that through magnetism alone can generate 1,930 watts at 220 volts.
Torbay is the Director of the Institute for Independent Investigations in Science and Technologies. He traveled to the United States upon the invitation of the Institute of New York Sofia, which proposed that he chair seminars and explain his accomplishments and his discovery.
Scientists from several parts of the United States were invited. Also in attendance were the officers of other universities and Dr.Vesselin Noninski, Ph.D., Director of the New York Sofia Institute.
The prize awarded by the Institute in New York consisted of two honorary plaques, as well as a laptop computer and a check for Fifteen Thousand Dollars.
"Astonished by the results obtained, they awarded me this recognition and gave me a note which certified that they are committed to a presentation in August, resembling that accorded to a candidate for the Nobel prize in physics", stated the Argentine scientist.
Considered the Holy Grail of Energy, the Torbay discovery is a power plant that uses only permanent magnets, taking advantage of the repulsion properties of the magnets, the deviation of lines of magnetic force, and a complex mechanical system that transforms the magnetic energy locked in permanent magnets into motor, electrical, or heat energy that is both stable and completely ecologically clean.
This device generates 1,930 watts, while an average home consumes 1,500 watts, and it does not require maintenance.
"At the present time the research continues. In this next stage I am developing a new model of the Magnetic Transgenerator that will be utilized to power automobiles", indicated the scientist.
He emphasized that this work will continue when promised support is received from the Governor of Buenos Aires. That will make it possible to continue the research in Argentina, and finally to be able to begin manufacturing in that Country.
James Devitt of NYU was contacted checked around and said that this "Award" was not given by New York University, but that the situation apparently involves a city university system. There is a 23 campus system collectively called "City University of New York". Bronx Community College, where Dr. Vesselin Noniski is situated, is one of those campuses.
The following was posted by Directory:Mark Goldes on May 31, 2006 after he provided the above translation. Congress:Member:Sterling D. Allan then phoned Mark and added to this comment based on that dialogue.
No Award to Argentine scientist
I (Mark Goldes) spoke with Dr. Vesselin Noninski, Ph.D., of the New York Sofia Institute.
No prize was awarded by the Institute. He has not seen a working model of the motor.
Torbay traveled to the United States, and finally connected with Dr. Noninski at Bronx Community College. The demonstration, build from components gathered in the U.S., did not work. Torbay then went to Texas, under the hosting of a former instructor from the Bronx Community College. Noninski then flew to Texas under that assurances by Torbay that he would now see a working demonstration. However, the demo did not work either. Torbay blamed it on customs, saying that they must have impaired something in the process of clearing it through customs.
Noniski then wrote a letter to Torbay saying that if he could verify the technology, then he could possibly be nominated for a Nobel Prize for the discovery.
A press release was then prepared by Torbay, who is 29 years old. Apparently somewhere in the process of either composing the press release, or interpreting the press release, the resulting story that was published by TerritorioDigital was full of errors.
Torbay may have a real machine, but so far as we know, there has been no evidence provided yet that confirms the claim.
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There was an error working with the wiki: Code - Inventor from Argentina presents a free energy device via the repelling (ricochet) power of magnets, the deviation of the lines of magnetic force, and a complex mechanical system for controlling the acceleration, speed and power.
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