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ashok 31st December 2012 03:51 PM

Where is the catch here ?
 
Can anyone explain the catch here ? Batteries inside ? I don't think so as it's too small and appears to work both ways with the external battery.
So what are we missing ?

free energy generator - outside - filmed in one take - YouTube

Frank Berry 31st December 2012 04:01 PM

Battery inside the motor. The coil just completes the d.c. circuit as does the external battery (which is probably dead and used only to complete the circuit).

ashok 31st December 2012 04:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frank Berry (Post 3305636)
.....as does the external battery (which is probably dead and used only to complete the circuit).......

Ah, yes of course ! Missed that one altogether ! Clever !:D

ashok 31st December 2012 04:33 PM

Ignore this (second) post. Happened due to a problem with Firefox !

Gyuri 31st December 2012 04:34 PM

I might found the solution:
Panoramio - Photo of Xantic Burum
Although most of the antennas probably receivers. And these are look at south of course. So, don't know.

freax 31st December 2012 04:38 PM

There would also have to be a battery inside of the multimeter, or some kind of mod with a resistor to the typically 9v battery that you would find inside of a multimeter, dropping 3 volts.

I doubt that the small copper winding is coupling to anything that is airbound from far away, especially from ground based satellite dishes.

I reckon that its a battery inside of the motor, a couple of small hearing aid batteries, LR44 or smaller, reason why? the motor slowed down the second time he connected it, it went faster the first time that he connected it to the "magic coil"...

Another reason that I think that there is a battery or batteries inside of the motor is, the 9v battery driving the motor was running slower than the motor and the coil by themselves, which leads me to believe that the series resistance of the 9v battery + the internal battery inside of the motor also being in series = was limiting current draw of the motor.

Here its going really fast: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...ORXzOqU#t=138s

But here its going really slow, indicating that a battery has been discharged and has increased resistance dramatically:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...ORXzOqU#t=234s

However both times he has measured the 'coil power source' with the multimeter and its still reading 5.92 volts? no voltage drop at all? yet the motor has changed speed.... coin cells inside of the motor! :D

yeah, this is a trick.

Gyuri 31st December 2012 04:52 PM

Can this battery inside.
But then this man is sick.


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