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  • Matthew Jones
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    I answered a post from page one, decided to delete it. Bro Mikey is your enemy. Seems the management has decided to interfere in my message against him and take it out of my signature.
    Last edited by Matthew Jones; 07-10-2022, 11:26 PM.

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  • BroMikey
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    This guy's invention was snuffed out a few years back. Naw bromikey, say it ain't so. Troy disappeared and talk of his son taking up where his Dad left off is all around the web. No one has heard from either of them. Troy like S Meyers was in the process of funding building operations in the mid 90's when he vanished.

    Last edited by BroMikey; 07-11-2022, 06:35 AM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Here is a good explanation of the key to this motor generator work. How can a generator exceed cop greater than one?

    Too bad Thane can't find another outlet in a conference to show his findings. However I will have to say in view of the past 50 yrs of inventors who have come and gone, it won't make much difference because very few understand or see any of it.

    Something will change, then this new way will emerge. Not just Thanes work but everyone else too. The control freaks are raising gas prices out of sight and are pushing electric cars as if it will be less expensive. Of course the public is stuck with it knowing the power hungry are not to be trusted.

    The board talk points out different states of a coil as per N. Tesla. Coils can operate in the ELECTROMAGNETIC spectrum as well as the ELECTROSTATIC.

    The discussion covers impedance changes over a band of frequencies. The wires of any coil running parallel to each other act as capacitor plates.

    This research centers around better use of the present day component's to operate motors or generators that began over 100 yrs ago.


    Last edited by BroMikey; 07-10-2022, 08:17 PM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Did you get any smoke damage? Sounds like you just missed devastation. Yes we all hope the best for your generator tests

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  • Turion
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    Home. You can see the burn from the fire from our deck. It didn't make it to the service road that goes along the back of our property, but on the other side of that road it is all burned away. Cutting it close. Will be working on the generator tomorrow. Hope to have it all back together and then can test on Monday.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Turion View Post
    We live on this mile long cul-de-sac. We all know each other and what vehicles each other drive. We have cookouts together at the end of our street. We watch out for each other and help each other. Which is why we had a place to stay for a week that belongs to our neighbor at no charge if we wanted it. But we wouldn’t take advantage of our neighbor that way.
    That is a wonderful testament to good manners. I have witnessed family members in Detroit who were wealthy visiting their poor relatives, staying over 30 days and eating all of the small children's food stamp money and never offer to buy anything. I think that is terrible. Greed is a stinking beast

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  • BroMikey
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    Good to hear, let us know when you are all nestled in and back to the grind. Sure beats charred timber
    Last edited by BroMikey; 07-10-2022, 12:03 AM.

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  • Turion
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    We live on this mile long cul-de-sac. We all know each other and what vehicles each other drive. We have cookouts together at the end of our street. We watch out for each other and help each other. Which is why we had a place to stay for a week that belongs to our neighbor at no charge if we wanted it. But we wouldn’t take advantage of our neighbor that way. Those with generators run extension cords to those without. Several different homes have video cameras capturing who comes up the street, what time, and where they went. It’s a good neighborhood.

    We just got an email from the county. We can return home. So packing up and heading out.

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  • BroMikey
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    Well i`m sure you must be glad that you invested in such systems during this crisis. I know I was thankful in 2007 when I built a special generator for back up. My system pales in comparison to yours, I know that people in remote living areas often have emergency plans. You should be glad.watching the robbers is so cool.

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  • Turion
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    We bought the current house in 2018 and moved in. So we've been there 4 years. Made lots of changes since. The old house was only one street over.

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  • BroMikey
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    Very impressive. I had no idea that you had such complex back up systems in the short time you have lived at your new home. I am glad you did not get burned out

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  • Turion
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    I have solar plus a few things I have added. I also have a whole house propane generator system. PG&E power has been off at my place for over five days, but I have had power on there from my systems the whole time to keep my security system up and running, exterior lights and plugs available to first responders, and power my fridge and freezer. I could also remotely open and close locks to let in the first responders to get water and use the guest bathroom, or even the kitchen if they needed it. (they didn't)

    PG&E power came back on there at 6:01 PM tonight and it looks like we might get to go back home sometime tomorrow or Sunday. Haven't got the all clear yet.

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  • BroMikey
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    What does it look like on your laptop now since to power came back on, right? Unless you have solar camera's
    Last edited by BroMikey; 07-09-2022, 04:08 AM.

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  • wantomake
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    Originally posted by Turion View Post
    You’re not being a butt head. The video you showed is the general idea, but it doesn’t have the capacitor and it is taking from one battery bank (two batteries) and charging 12 batteries. The 12 batteries being charged is actually easier to charge than a single battery because with one battery you are trying to force all the charge into a single battery in a short amount of time because of the on/off switching of the Matt motor. A LOT is simply wasted. With the large battery bank, the “wasted” energy has lots of places to go. Or a cap gives it a place.

    You can take power from just ONE battery (or several batteries in parallel is better) boost it with the boost module up to 26 volts to give you your potential difference and then run the motor between the high voltage (boost module) and low voltage (positive of the battery or batteries in parallel) if the capacitor is in parallel with all the batteries in parallel it assures a place for the spike to go from the collapsing coils in the motor.

    I don’t have anything to draw this up, but it goes like this:
    1. Put all available batteries in parallel.
    2. Add a capacitor in parallel. 15-24 volt cap
    3. Connect the positive in and negative in on the boost module to the + and - of all the batteries in parallel and set the output to 26 volts.
    4. Connect the motor between the + out on the boost module and the + on the batteries in parallel.


    in the video I had two batteries in series to give me 24 volts. The + out of the two batteries in series went to the + in on the boost module. The - in on the boost module went to the + on all the batteries that were connected in parallel. The - on all the batteries in parallel went back to the - of the two batteries in series. So basically what you have is the 3 battery system running a boost module instead of a motor with a bunch of batteries in parallel with battery 3.
    Set the boost module to 26 volts. Then the + out on the boost went to one side of the motor and the OTHER side of the motor also went to the +’on all the batteries in parallel.

    I put OTHER in caps for a reason. You can connect two wires to the OTHER side of the motor and run one to each of the positives of your two batteries that are in series.

    it is all about ALWAYS running loads between potentials so SOME of the energy can be recovered.

    I’m going to email you if I can find your email address. I know I have it somewhere! Have some things I can tell you that I won’t post on the forum.
    Sent you an email if you haven't changed it.
    Last edited by wantomake; 07-08-2022, 09:15 PM.

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  • Turion
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    You’re not being a butt head. The video you showed is the general idea, but it doesn’t have the capacitor and it is taking from one battery bank (two batteries) and charging 12 batteries. The 12 batteries being charged is actually easier to charge than a single battery because with one battery you are trying to force all the charge into a single battery in a short amount of time because of the on/off switching of the Matt motor. A LOT is simply wasted. With the large battery bank, the “wasted” energy has lots of places to go. Or a cap gives it a place.

    You can take power from just ONE battery (or several batteries in parallel is better) boost it with the boost module up to 26 volts to give you your potential difference and then run the motor between the high voltage (boost module) and low voltage (positive of the battery or batteries in parallel) if the capacitor is in parallel with all the batteries in parallel it assures a place for the spike to go from the collapsing coils in the motor.

    I don’t have anything to draw this up, but it goes like this:
    1. Put all available batteries in parallel.
    2. Add a capacitor in parallel. 15-24 volt cap
    3. Connect the positive in and negative in on the boost module to the + and - of all the batteries in parallel and set the output to 26 volts.
    4. Connect the motor between the + out on the boost module and the + on the batteries in parallel.


    in the video I had two batteries in series to give me 24 volts. The + out of the two batteries in series went to the + in on the boost module. The - in on the boost module went to the + on all the batteries that were connected in parallel. The - on all the batteries in parallel went back to the - of the two batteries in series. So basically what you have is the 3 battery system running a boost module instead of a motor with a bunch of batteries in parallel with battery 3.
    Set the boost module to 26 volts. Then the + out on the boost went to one side of the motor and the OTHER side of the motor also went to the +’on all the batteries in parallel.

    I put OTHER in caps for a reason. You can connect two wires to the OTHER side of the motor and run one to each of the positives of your two batteries that are in series.

    it is all about ALWAYS running loads between potentials so SOME of the energy can be recovered.

    I’m going to email you if I can find your email address. I know I have it somewhere! Have some things I can tell you that I won’t post on the forum.
    Last edited by Turion; 07-08-2022, 07:58 PM.

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