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Old 11-28-2015, 12:31 PM
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Bro Mikey and reality

Bistander,

Can I make a humble suggestion to you. You are wasting your time trying to have an intelligent discussion with Bro Mikey. You will get more intelligent responses from your pet donkey. Bro Mikey does not have the ability to discern truth from fantasy. If he can think it up then it must be true. Just put him on your ignore list like a lot of us have done and then move on and forget him.

I read an interesting article several years ago published by a university where they studied people that were always screwing up because they just couldn't seem to understand when they were wrong. The study found those people had a brain deformation that made it impossible for them to see when they were wrong. We actually had a guy in our department that matched those symptoms exactly. And it appears that Bro Mikey matches also.

You will only frustrate yourself trying to reason with Bro Mikey. Reason is something he can not understand.

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You will only frustrate yourself trying to reason with Bro Mikey. Reason is something he can not understand.

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Thanks. I am aware of his condition and I am not frustrated.

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Old 11-30-2015, 05:56 AM
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Okay someone was asking about maximum generator inefficiencies

and this video is starting to show us where Thanes gets the crazy

idea that these ReGenX coils could have an unlimited ceiling.

When one coil is used for testing the experiment looks almost

silly on the COP, however when more added we can begin to see

that electric motors will someday soon replace all other motors.

This video is all grown up and outputs more power than the motor

uses to run down the road.

The answer is correct "Infinite COP"

Again. Another video showing terrible efficiency. Numbers right off his meters. 334 Watts input. 12.6 Volts, 3.9 Amps output for 49 Watts output. Efficiency is 14.7%.
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Old 01-26-2016, 05:15 AM
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Again. Another video showing terrible efficiency. Numbers right off his meters. 334 Watts input. 12.6 Volts, 3.9 Amps output for 49 Watts output. Efficiency is 14.7%.
No, no, no..... if mouse fart says infinite COP it must be so!
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Old 01-26-2016, 08:07 PM
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Again. Another video showing terrible efficiency. Numbers right off his meters. 334 Watts input. 12.6 Volts, 3.9 Amps output for 49 Watts output. Efficiency is 14.7%.
@bistander,

Thane's output is 86 volts at 3.9 amps: That's 335 watts or 100% COP!
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Old 01-26-2016, 08:42 PM
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Thane's output is 86 volts at 3.9 amps: That's 335 watts or 100% COP!
It drops to 12.6V under load (when he connects the yellow clip).

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Old 01-26-2016, 09:00 PM
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It drops to 12.6V under load (when he connects the yellow clip).

@bistander,

The 1 reads as a 7 in the video! You just caught some reflection off the display window. At 2:59 in the video you can see the slight trace of the top of the number 7. The numbers disappear completely from the display window several times due to the reflection. It would make no sense at all to do a comparison video with that huge of a difference. Look at your snapshot: The top of the 1 is missing, along with the cross bar of the 7! The 1 should be visible extended right to the top of the 2.

That should place the COP at nearly 75% under load. Not too shabby!
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Old 01-26-2016, 10:28 PM
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Again. Another video showing terrible efficiency. Efficiency is 14.7%.

Okay i guess somebody had a slight error in numbers? Here is what
I got from that short video. After warm up to steady state

INPUT VOLTS = 101
INPUT AMPS = 3.9
RPM = 1400 approx.

Next these are the values I got from his blurry video for output
side coils. First we get the average voltage 72v all the way
up to 86v after 1400 RPM is reached.

This is a static condition of no load or non-loaded condition
therefore no amp reading is possible because current is not
flowing yet.

Next comes the loaded condition where the output readings
come into play verses input.

Input readings do not change upon loading and RPM increases
from 1400 RPM to 1700RPM approx.

INPUT VOLTS = 101
INPUT AMPS = 3.9
RPM = 1700 approx.

OUTPUT VOLTS = 127
OUTPUT AMPS = 3.89
RPM = 1700 approx.

This is where Thane says that the output exceeds the input.
The RPM going from 1400 - 1700 has a calculation also.

So in this case COP is over 1, some might say infinite because
the battery is saying charged while the motor runs and pulls
an EV down the road.

But that of course is not a practical expression in the real world
due to braking and not accounting for the period of time the
that the system has not reached the "CRITICAL MINIMUM"
operating frequency where extra energy can enter.

This is why Thanes say a 50 percent increase in distance is
their company goal.

Have a good day.
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Old 01-26-2016, 11:12 PM
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@bistander,

The 1 reads as a 7 in the video! You just caught some reflection off the display window. At 2:59 in the video you can see the slight trace of the top of the number 7. The numbers disappear completely from the display window several times due to the reflection. It would make no sense at all to do a comparison video with that huge of a difference. Look at your snapshot: The top of the 1 is missing, along with the cross bar of the 7! The 1 should be visible extended right to the top of the 2.

That should place the COP at nearly 75% under load. Not too shabby!
Sorry dude,

But I just looked at every frame and it is 12.6 not 72.6.

You'd think the guy should get a better shot of something like that, don't you? Or maybe a better meter?

12.6,

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Old 01-26-2016, 11:21 PM
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OUTPUT VOLTS = 127
OUTPUT AMPS = 3.89
RPM = 1700 approx.

So BM sees a 1 in that digit but doesn't think there is a decimal point.



Here's what the decimal and a 7 look like in a frame near the beginning before he connects the load. 71.6
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@bistander,

The top of the 1 is even with the top of the 6 above. The top of the 1 is shorter then the 2 in the other snap shot, enough to conceal the top of the 7!
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Old 01-27-2016, 12:10 AM
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The top of the 1 is even with the top of the 6 above. The top of the 1 is shorter then the 2 in the other snap shot, enough to conceal the top of the 7!
What is the resistance of his coil? And load?
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Old 01-28-2016, 10:46 PM
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Old 04-12-2016, 10:35 AM
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Here again is proof or spoof? of an electric magnet
motor generator taking up very little space and
yet runs a 1000 watt load.

Naturally we all know it just can't be done, right?




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Old 04-15-2016, 08:08 AM
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Old 04-15-2016, 12:02 PM
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Here again is proof or spoof? of an electric magnet
motor generator taking up very little space and
yet runs a 1000 watt load.

Naturally we all know it just can't be done, right?




Breakdown FOR THE NAYSAYERS


This is the final product, in the generator with looped bifilar coils.
It is based on this design and that's clip where they presented it.


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Old 04-15-2016, 07:02 PM
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Thank you Rakarskiy

Please continue to inspire and update me on this thread
for motor generator with no outside energy sources.

Also transformer energy static generator.

This is a very large break thru.

Exciting results. I have seen this video before and didn't
understand it.



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Old 04-16-2016, 09:06 PM
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WOW!! I didn't see that, keep posting all good video's
like these right here on this thread.

(Odessa, Ukraine) are very smart researchers.

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Old 04-16-2016, 09:37 PM
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Old 04-18-2016, 11:12 AM
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Motor-Generator Vega (Odessa, Ukraine).
Developed and produced in small batches motor-generator VEGA, the company DP VERANO in Odessa.
At the heart of the three-phase generator with permanent magnet excitation. By kotormu propeller instead of vertical type, made with the recovery pulse motor coils.



feature of the device is that the generator produces 380 volts three-phase. With three-phase generator connected to a three-phase charger that converts 380V to 24V to charge the batteries with removable oganicheniem power. The generator also has features the combined use of to excite the neodymium and ferrite magnets.
In the Russian-speaking community of seekers of free energy is still tense debate fake it or not.
Показан перевод для запроса Изделие и сегодня выставлено на продажу
Искать вместо этого перевод для Изделие и сегодня выставленно на продажу
The product and now put up for sale
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The only question is the price and the main thing that responded (not all meet)
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This motor generator it is a prototype, but they have a bigger one working, the concept is original.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1cudmCavoY
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Old 04-19-2016, 07:29 PM
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This is generator without breaking force.

generador sin tracciones - YouTube
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This is good information for experimentation.

Excellent.





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Old 05-13-2016, 09:39 AM
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Question on coil layouts

Hi Serge,

Thanks for showing the details. My question would be on the coils layout: you show two winding techniques, one seems to be a bifilar, multilayer and the other shows one coil on one half (and multilayer) and the other coil is shown on the other half part of the bobbin (also multilayer).
Is this correct as I understand the layouts from your drawing?
Do the two winding layouts give equally good results? Or the bifilar winding may be better?

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I'll try to explain. For example: Normal bifilyar is wound with two wires, all traditionally pay attention to it. But there are still options. Naprmer coil with two windings, one of which is wound counter-clockwise, and the second while moving clockwise.
If we consider a spiral vortex flow EMF from penetrating magnetic flux, they are opposite with respect to coil poles, and have a common direction of rotation (right-hand rule). It turns out that the data reception, we remove the counter induced EMF.
The figure below clearly shows, this winding to the secondary winding of the transformer, only the connection - serial.
In the case of M-G data Sbodyan are connected by parallel windings, such that represent common circuit.

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Hi Serge,

Thanks for your answer, but I realized in the meantime that I probably misunderstood the coil layout and I thought coil layout nr 1 (I encircled in red on the left) showed a bifilar winding. I realised it may not be a bifilar winding but the red coil labelled as "a" is wound counterclockwise and the blue coil labelled as "b" above it is wound clockwise direction. (So this is not bifilar winding if we define bifilar as using two wires and we wind the two wires together in the same direction as normally for bifilar coils.)

I also drew a black arrow from one of the coils in the picture to the drawing nr 1 to show that its winding layout (and all the 8 coil winding layouts) corresponds to your coil layout nr 1, is this a correct assumption?

In your other coil layout nr 2 on the right side you show the two coils are not layered above each other but positioned next to each other. To make such coils you need to divide the bobbin into two sections and in one section on the left the red winding would go counterclockwise and in the other section on the right side the blue winding would go clockwise direction. This 2nd winding technics is not applied in the prototype setup shown in the picture, right? (because I cannot see the two sections on the bobbins, that is.)

So these are what I meant with my question, sorry for my mistake to confuse normal bifilar winding with the clockwise and counterclockwise windings.

So do I understand the coil embodiments correctly now? or I still confuse something?

Many thanks for your time and answers.

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