Edwin V. Gray's EMA Motor

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Hi Guys!

First post, hope it's in the right place.

Ok so here's the deal. A friend of mine sent me an article about Edwin V. Gray's Electromagnetic Association Motor. It looks pretty suspicious to me (a perpetual motion thing) but I couldn't find any accessible explanation on how it works so I can't really make any comment on it. (The article uses terms like 'casual positron energy' and 'splitting the positive').

Does anybody know anything about it? If so could you tell me if it's a hoax or just an incredibly efficient engine and give some kind of explanation on how it works or doesn't work using well defined terms.

Thanks in anticipation!

-Mr Cheese
 

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Unfortunately, perpetual motion machines is a banned topic for this forum (there's a long history of it).

If it isn't published in peer-reviewed journals and been verified, we cannot discuss it on here. It attracts way too many crackpots.

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@ZapperZ

I'm not suggesting it is perpetual motion. I'm just trying to get information about it.
 

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