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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Doogy2Shoes View Post
    People have been buying the 'shrouded in secrecy' line for quite awhile.
    As it stands today, this thing should have investors breaking down the doors
    to manufacture it in the U.S.
    There has been nothing.
    Money Money Money shut up about money and show me you have half
    a brain to build something that operates at COP>1

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Doogy2Shoes View Post

    I am one of Thane's fans and promoters.
    I will celebrate if it turns out that Thane's latest secret patent means infinite
    range for the EMMO!



    But he may need to attract deep, deep pockets to bring this to the finish line.
    They may have to put some serious, serious R&D money into this.

    To either find a way to convert and save that extra current, or to find a way to integrate and control/harness the 'free acceleration' aspect of it.

    .
    But I'm not a fan of what has been happening lately with this.
    Who cares, show me your project and that you know what's going on
    with this tech which you can't. All you want to do is talk zhit on people.

    Go ahead.

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  • Doogy2Shoes
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    Why are you so uptight
    about devices that produce COP>20?
    You admitted that it still does not work completely: that it
    needs to be optimized.

    This would explain why no one is manufacturing it yet. And it would explain why no proof of infinite-range has been posted online, and why it's never been road-tested, etc.

    I am one of Thane's fans and promoters.
    I will celebrate if it turns out that Thane's latest secret patent means infinite
    range for the EMMO!

    All indications are that it doesn't. Because no one is manufacturing it, and Thane won't explain what is going on. All indications are that he hasn't yet produced a complete working , infinite-range prototype.

    By all indications he's still demonstrating the same 'extra current and free acceleration' machine he's had for some time. He keeps tweaking it to make it do the same thing more efficiently.

    But he may need to attract deep, deep pockets to bring this to the finish line.
    They may have to put some serious, serious R&D money into this.

    To either find a way to convert and save that extra current, or to find a way to integrate and control/harness the 'free acceleration' aspect of it.

    The patents which Thane has: may mainly serve to prevent the 'deep pockets' from grabbing what Thane has done, and doing that very thing (the serious R&D to completion). And then claiming that they invented it themselves and trying to cut Thane out.

    My hope is he breaks his silence to lay out exactly what is going on. That doesn't mean he has to expose the IP to scrutiny. Just tell people what is going on and how they can help.

    I admire his work, and the exciting vision it presents. Who wouldn't want him to succeed? I certainly want it to succeed. I am a fan of his work.
    But I'm not a fan of what has been happening lately with this.
    Last edited by Doogy2Shoes; 06-20-2019, 06:18 PM.

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  • Doogy2Shoes
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    Originally posted by Doogy2Shoes View Post
    nice work.
    What is the next step you have planned?
    Is there any way you foresee being able to use or store the extra or surplus power generated?
    Turion, wish you would you answer this.

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  • Doogy2Shoes
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    Originally posted by lotec View Post
    Who knows. maybe he finally pulled it off with some kind of generator coil switching scenario, using voltage sensors, a Raspberry Pi and a few crooked algorithms .

    But if his stuff is that shrouded in secrecy, I wouldn't be holding my breath for a YouTube video.

    People have been buying the 'shrouded in secrecy' line for quite awhile.
    As it stands today, this thing should have investors breaking down the doors
    to manufacture it in the U.S.
    There has been nothing.

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  • lotec
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    Who knows. maybe he finally pulled it off with some kind of generator coil switching scenario, using voltage sensors, a Raspberry Pi and a few crooked algorithms .

    But if his stuff is that shrouded in secrecy, I wouldn't be holding my breath for a YouTube video.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Doogy2Shoes View Post
    the patent for the ReGenX motor was allowed , which means it is issued.

    That is not to say that it is , in this present stage of dev. , definitely, a free energy machine. But it contains patent-able original tech.

    I
    you are kidding, humm... No duh? Come on Doggy-Boy show us your
    expertise, data plz, a machine of some kind. Why are you so uptight
    about devices that produce COP>20?

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  • Doogy2Shoes
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    Originally posted by Quantum_well View Post
    The patent office wouldn't consider a perpetual motion machine
    without a working prototype.
    I fear a crude generator powered by a bench grinder motor
    wouldn't cut it.
    the patent for the ReGenX motor was allowed , which means it is issued.

    That is not to say that it is , in this present stage of dev. , definitely, a free energy machine. But it contains patent-able original tech.

    I

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  • Doogy2Shoes
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    Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
    E-bike in the works to
    hit the market (This Tech) in 2020.
    There have been imminent new manufacturing deals rumored (with yet-another new company) every couple of weeks, for ten years. And nothing ever happens. No one reading this thread wants Thane to fail.
    Just tired of misleading statements , leading to excitement and high expectations, and the inevitable disappointments and letdowns which always come from doing that.

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  • Pot head
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    Two wheel drive??

    A four wheel drive anything is better than two wheels period.
    Itís a lot safer.
    Two wheels, why not a unicycle?

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Doogy2Shoes View Post
    btw, no one reading this thread....
    Originally posted by Doogy2Shoes View Post
    More wishful thinking on your part?
    He has never driven the modified Hero scooter or the modified EMMO ebike.
    You just admitted here yesterday that the design needs to be optimized to actually work......that Thane was motoring around on he ebike with infinite range?

    less than 40,000 views is rather scant. E-bike in the works to
    hit the market (This Tech) in 2020. News flash for Johnny come lately.

    That's what you get for missing staff meetings.

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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Turion
    Mikey,


    Does Thane have patents or just patent applications? Hard to patent
    increased capacitance from a multifilar coil when Tesla did that
    already, a few years back and that patent is now in the public
    domain.


    His patents were finally issued to him. Maybe he doesn't pulse
    to ground instead to another coil. This other guy is worried about
    Thane's money, he has a greed problem.

    You been thinkin about this longer than me. He pulses between 2 coils
    to the battery at the same time I think. The nutjob is somehow trying
    to thwart Thane's money so he gets it I think but we are not worried
    about money.

    Look at this.



    https://contest.techbriefs.com/images/stories/entries/2018/2018_06_20_11_51_30_revisedschematic3ccoreaxialflu xsalientpolepmregenxmotorprototype3.jpg

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  • Quantum_well
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    Patent.

    The patent office wouldn't consider a perpetual motion machine
    without a working prototype.
    I fear a crude generator powered by a bench grinder motor
    wouldn't cut it.

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  • Doogy2Shoes
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    Originally posted by Doogy2Shoes View Post
    He has the above ReGenx generator patent allowed a year or two ago, and a very recent ReGenX motor one which is allowed but is filed under secrecy provisions. Presumably this is because they only have U.S. protection and are still in need of patent protection worldwide....

    These are encouraging developments to be sure, but ....
    no videos proving infinite range yet. It could be possible that Thane
    wants to protect himself and the IP because it is so disruptive.

    If this is the case, why won't he at least state that it is so.

    And if he is so fearful for the security of both himself and his IP
    that he refuses to provide enough proof for investors to put big
    money in....then he is in limbo.

    So lets just assume that he has a monumental breakthrough and is operating in secrecy now.
    How many months has he made these claims....and how many months/years has he had, how much time has he had, to spark major backers into getting behind this? Plenty.
    And yet there are no major backers.
    Last edited by Doogy2Shoes; 06-19-2019, 05:23 PM.

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  • Doogy2Shoes
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    Originally posted by Turion
    until I see numbers, I am sticking with what I already know puts out a specific amount of watts.

    Does Thane have patents or just patent applications?
    He has patents https://patents.google.com/patent/US20140111054A1/en

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