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Video: Inventor makes machine that 'breaks the laws of physics'

By This is Somerset  |  Posted: September 16, 2010

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A Wells inventor has put together a machine that he claims is the first step in creating free energy from perpetual motion.

He says it produces more power than it consumes.

But the patent office will not register the design – because if it works, it breaks the laws of physics.

The machine, largely created out of leftover bicycle parts and a windscreen-washer motor uses high-powered magnets and a series of flywheels to apparently create energy from gravity.

A tiny amount of power is provided by the washer motor, using a rubber band cut from a bicycle inner tube.

The flywheels keep turning, even though it would seem impossible for the motor to move the weight of the machine.

Its designer, who wants to remain anonymous, says that it is the design of the magnets and the flywheels that makes it work.

And he claims a commercial version of the invention, around the same size as a washing machine, could produce enough power to run a house, virtually free of charge and could be installed anywhere without the need for a power source, which would make it invaluable in isolated locations.

Each flywheel would become its own electricity generator, and he says that to make more power all that is need is to add more rotors.

The designer said: "The Alpha Omega Galaxy Freefall Generator (AOGFG) is a different eco-friendly way of producing electricity.

"The system functions as a large flywheel. Power can be generated without bio-hazards which in turn produce no harmful by-products.

"A small amount of external input is required to activate and control the system.

"This can be provided from any source such as battery, solar power or hydro power. Once operating, the external energy input can be supported by power generated and harnessed from the system itself.

"It does not need to be stationary in order to function and therefore can also be used to power, or support the powering of any type of water vessel, land vehicle or aviation machine; it can provide a solution for most energy requirements."

The designer claims that adoption of the AOGFG to produce energy for heating, lighting and power would drastically reduce emissions.

Lower energy costs would be incurred by companies lowering overall production costs therefore allowing an increase in production and enable companies to become more globally competitive.

He added: "We have already received keen interest from companies in the Far East and Europe, but would prefer for the initial production of these innovative products to benefit the UK.

"We are still in the early stages, and hope that local UK based manufacturing companies will be interested and approach us with a view to helping bring these products to market.

"Clean energy offers significant economic benefits. From manufacturing development to the support of related industries, clean energy builds new economic opportunities and creates a significant number of local jobs."

Its designer is looking for a supplier of low speed generator units suitable for use with the machine and precision engineers with the skills needed to create the components needed to improve the machines efficiency.

Anyone who would like to get involved with the project should contact gravity_free_energy _systems@hotmail.co.uk .

While the patent office will register different parts of the AOGFG, they won't allow the machine as a complete item to be patented.

Because it is claimed it produces more energy than it consumes, it is considered to be a perpetual motion machine which is the holy grail of scientists the world over.

The patent office will not allow patents on perpetual motion machines as they break the first law of thermodynamics. This states that energy can be changed from one form to another, but cannot be created or destroyed.

Engineers all over the world have created machines that they claim break this law – the machines, gathered together under the title Over Unity devices, appear to create their own power.

But so far no-one has been able to produce a machine that, as well as appearing to power itself, can power anything else.

The Wells Journal has seen the machine in action, and it does appear to work. The tiny motor should not be powerful enough to keep the machine turning once it is started with a light push – but it does..

Can you explain why the machine works, or why it couldn't produce enough power to run itself? Email

wells@mid somnews.co.uk

with your explanations.

You can see a short video of the machine in action at

www.thisissomer set.co.uk.

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  • katy_f  |  December 30 2011, 8:54PM

    Not sure why my link was changed to "null", but it should have been: http://tinyurl.com/dgadbp">http://tinyurl.com/dgadbp Or: http://tinyurl.com/dgadbp

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  • katy_f  |  December 30 2011, 8:50PM

    Although I am all for the reduction of CO2 emissions from generating power and from transport- we would need to be really careful about increasing production of goods- we simply don't have enough of the Earth's resources to do so. Please see the Jevons Paradox for an explanation of why this could be a very dangerous invention at this fragile time unless we are to be very careful to use it wisely. There is a film about it here: null Katy

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  • siarad2  |  September 25 2011, 9:18PM

    Not read this because you can't get energy from gravity as it isn't a form of energy, laughable.

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  • Sen_Sei  |  September 25 2011, 8:27PM

    This generator is one of a variant of generator of Jacob Bitsadze, wich has been invented in 1998. It can be looked on a link: http://tinyurl.com/68kk6ay Mr. Amarsingam uses hinged cargoes instead of a flywheel. But it does not change essence of the invention. The principle of a difference of radiuses which was open by J. Bitsadze is besides used. This theory can be looked on a link: http://tinyurl.com/6ffvqgq web-site: http://tinyurl.com/5vb2pgd The same principle is used in the generator of Chas Chambell too.

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  • Sen_Sei  |  September 25 2011, 8:25PM

    This generator is one of a variant of generator of Jacob Bitsadze, wich has been invented in 1998. It can be looked on a link: http://tinyurl.com/68kk6ay Mr. Amarsingam uses hinged cargoes instead of a flywheel. But it does not change essence of the invention. The principle of a difference of radiuses which was open by J. Bitsadze is besides used. This theory can be looked on a link: http://tinyurl.com/6ffvqgq web-site: http://tinyurl.com/5vb2pgd The same principle is used in the generator of Chas Chambell too.

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    Dr Brian Wybrow, Abergavenny, South Wales.  |  September 26 2010, 1:42PM

    Further to my previous two comments, I would like to congratulate the person who has produced this device; since it must have taken much thought and hard work to do so. Considering the reference to: High Powered Magnets Flywheel Rubber Band This endorses my view that, since the "windscreen washer motor" is stated to use "high-powered magnets and a series of flywheels to apparently create energy from gravity"; then this is similar to a flywheel system which is found on modern buses, wherein when the brakes are applied, the act of "braking", transfers the kinetic energy of the moving bus, into the motion of an on-board flywheel, and this stored energy is then available to provide power to the bus, e.g. lighting, etc. This is an example of regenerative braking on buses. The device therefore appears to be more of an energy transfer one, than a perpetual motion, one. It is using gravity and magnets, to make the rotating mechanism accelerate to quite a high rotational speed, but just as a battery charger requires power delivered OVER TIME, in order to charge the batteries, the relatively small windscreen washer motor presumably "kicks the "magnets/weights" over the highest point of traverse in the rotational cycle, at just the right instant, to speed the device up. I would recommend that the inventor should file a patent application describing the device, but without necessarily CLAIMING that it was a perpetual motion machine. The description can contain a detailed description of the device, and CLAIMS can be formulated, at the time of first filing, or later, but would need to be submitted at no later than 12 months measured from the Priority Date for the submitted patent application. The mechanism could well have something new in it, but, sensibly (I hope) insufficient detail has been exposed in the publicised description given here. When a patent application describing an invention is filed at the UK Intellectual Property Office, it receives a Priority Date, and, in order to attempt to obtain a granted patent on the invention, certain things have to be done at certain times. The patent system is designed to encourage inventors to release their inventions "to the world", and in return, they receive monopoly rights on the use of the invention for a period of time, usually 20 years, measured from the Priority Date. It is always advisable to file a patent application describing an invention, BEFORE PUBLICISING IT, because prior publication, in ANY FORM (e.g. television, radio, the Internet, magazine, verbal presentation to the public) would prejudice the chances of obtaining a granted patent on the invention. Further information is available from: http://www.ipo.gov.uk. Dr Brian Wybrow Patent Consultant.

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    Dr Brian Wybrow, Abergavenny, South Wales  |  September 25 2010, 6:03PM

    Following my earlier comment, what appears to be happening is an example of a type of amplification. An amplifier functions by supplying a sort of "kick" to say, an electronic representation of a sound, just at the right instant, so that the boost coincides with the ascending signal, and hence increases its amplitude. The important thing to note, however, is that the "kick" comes from the power supply to which the amplifier is connected! In a similar way, therefore, the "perpetual motion" is not perpetual without the small motor, whose supply of energy (from the battery or other source of energy) is boosting the energy supply to the perpetual motion device (my wheel in my previous answer). By analogy, the same sort of thing happens when you push someone on a swing - if you push when they approach you - they tend to stop! If you push when they leave you - they go further! Dr Brian Wybrow. Patent Consultant http://www.patently-creative.co.uk

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    Dr Brian Wybrow, Abergavenny, South Wales  |  September 25 2010, 4:55PM

    This is only a first attempt at commenting on this, since I have not studied it in detail. However, I can say that, if you pushed a bicycle wheel (mounted on an axle stand so that it was free to rotate on its bearings, with no chain, etc., attached) at its periphery, often enough to overcome friction from the air and in the bearings, it would keep going; but as soon as you stopped pushing, it would begin to lose the energy which you "pushed" into it, and would eventually stop! The small motor which is involved, seems to be doing the equivalent of the "pushing", and the potential energy present in each of the heavier parts of the assembly as each part reaches the highest point in its rotational path around the central axis, is just being converted to kinetic energy (i.e. energy of motion) as each part passes the highest point and moves to a lower height. When this device is connected to something which is to utilize the "available" energy, I suspect that the amount of energy will be severely limited, and will actually be being provided by the small motor! It should also be noted that magnets have the potential to do work, e.g. place a magnet near, but not in contact with, a piece of metal, or a second magnet, whilst holding the first magnet, and see either the piece of metal or the second magnet, move towards the first magnet! I would not have thought that the UK Intellectual Property Office would prevent anyone from filing a patent application describing an invention, but it would, in order to "Maintain the Defence of the Realm", prevent publication of any invention which affected the Defence of the Realm. It would also place similar limitations on the exposure of dangerous inventions. Visit: http://www.ipo.gov.uk/ for more information. Dr Brian Wybrow (Patent Consultant; Chartered Scientist; Chartered Chemist; and Engineer) http://www.patently-creative.co.uk

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    Wayne Gage, Mo. USA  |  September 19 2010, 11:47PM

    Why get a patent. Money will not be a problem if a self running machine actually worked. You will never see a perpetual motion machine because it is not possible.

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    Kevin S, Denver, Colorado USA  |  September 19 2010, 8:49PM

    Hmm... they refuse to patent a working power source because it "breaks the laws of physics." Sounds to me like maybe the oil companies have infiltrated the patent offices, because any logical person would conclude that perhaps our conceptions of the laws of physics are currently either flawed or incomplete, or they found a "loophole." Reminds me of the prominent scientists that mathematically proved "heavier than air" craft such as airplanes could never be a reality due to the laws of physics. While they're at it maybe they can join the Flat Earth Society or become Creationists.

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