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  • mountainman28713
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    try this on for size!!! magniworks.com I knew there had to be something out there, but had not found it until recently.

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  • snal
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    Originally posted by RossA View Post
    I'm gonna buy me a couple of them generator bikes, then capture a few illegal aliens, chain 'em to the bikes and make 'em pedal like crazy. Cheap to run and fun to watch.
    NOTE: I just know that someone, somewhere will take offense to this post.
    I'll share the flame with ya RossA and suggest that you dangle a green card in front of them...should be able to get a little welding done before they poop out.

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  • RossA
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    I'm gonna buy me a couple of them generator bikes, then capture a few illegal aliens, chain 'em to the bikes and make 'em pedal like crazy. Cheap to run and fun to watch.
    NOTE: I just know that someone, somewhere will take offense to this post.

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  • Rustyshakelford
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    Originally posted by Big_Saw View Post
    I dunno....I might back a little R&D if the theory was sound in principle, and it had present-day practicality. I'd have to be convinced by the science, though - and I'd have to be pretty sure that I'd be able to take advantage of the final product...
    Agreed. I would want someone to bring me an actual working prototype and set it in my living room and let me run a toaster or a dremmel off of it. Then, I would be willing to invest money in the project.

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  • Big_Saw
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    Originally posted by Rustyshakelford View Post
    I know that if someone could show me that one worked, I would invest money in the invention. It is what America needs these days!!!
    I dunno....I might back a little R&D if the theory was sound in principle, and it had present-day practicality. I'd have to be convinced by the science, though - and I'd have to be pretty sure that I'd be able to take advantage of the final product...

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  • Rustyshakelford
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    Originally posted by Big_Saw View Post
    No, that's actually the fourth law of mexican food......
    I know that if someone could show me that one worked, I would invest money in the invention. It is what America needs these days!!!

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  • Big_Saw
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    Originally posted by Rustyshakelford View Post
    Does not the second law of thermodynamics state "Energy cannot be created or destroyed". Maybe that was the first law. It has been a while since college physics classes.
    No, that's actually the fourth law of mexican food......

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  • Rustyshakelford
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    Originally posted by Big_Saw View Post
    Sounds like some kind of perpetual energy source.......if you could get it to work, I'd start wearing kevlar.....;)

    Does not the second law of thermodynamics state "Energy cannot be created or destroyed". Maybe that was the first law. It has been a while since college physics classes.

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  • Big_Saw
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    Sounds like some kind of perpetual energy source.......if you could get it to work, I'd start wearing kevlar.....;)

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  • Rustyshakelford
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    Originally posted by QuickChange View Post
    I am going to talk to the University here about a NO moving parts generator soon. It uses 220 volt, 3 phase to energize the outer coils, that are wired in series & the electrons move from one coil to the next, making a mag. field, then collapcing & energizing the next coil. The moving mag. field around the non moving inner rotor coils makes the power & back feeds some to the input side, so the input power is then shut off & it keep generating elec. I will update when more is known.

    Is this your invention?

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  • QuickChange
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    I am going to talk to the University here about a NO moving parts generator soon. It uses 220 volt, 3 phase to energize the outer coils, that are wired in series & the electrons move from one coil to the next, making a mag. field, then collapcing & energizing the next coil. The moving mag. field around the non moving inner rotor coils makes the power & back feeds some to the input side, so the input power is then shut off & it keep generating elec. I will update when more is known.

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  • das
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    Originally posted by Diesel View Post
    what if it was cloudy rainy, every day and you were in the woods... solar wont help
    Good point but luckily I live in the center of the universe, where the sun shines every day...TEXAS!;)

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  • kenno
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    I think the most important question is: What will you power with this electricity? If you only have 50-75 watts at a given time what can you produce that will change or maintain your life style? A fridge? A deep freeze? A microwave? A Satalite TV or radio?
    PS Diesel
    When I say animal power, I am refering to Horse Power, no bicycle needed, LOL!
    Last edited by kenno; 10-10-2008, 08:11 PM.

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  • Diesel
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    what if it was cloudy rainy, every day and you were in the woods... solar wont help

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  • das
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    I am not much of an electrician so have not considered building one. It would be nice to learn more about this. I need to figure out what amount of electricity a person could produce before I made a major investment here. For $50 Watts I don't see how this would be much better than the 25 watts I get from my portable solar panels in relay.

    Maybe I am not understanding something...probable. I could double my portable solar panels for $300. Buying even the cheapest human dynamo would cost MUCH more and produce no more electricity.

    I need to really put my Xantrex battery and solar panels to the test to see what I am getting from them on a consistent basis. Then I can consider alternatives.

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