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Why we dont use Magnet Motors?

  1. Nov 15, 2009 #1
    Hello Everybody
    I heard about unlimited and free energy from magnet motors like perendev magnetic motor
    I believe that it work , Do I think true?
    I think perendev magnetic motor specification is:
    • good Torque
    • cheap
    • GREEN Energy
    • Easy to build

    My question is : " Why we dont use Magnet Motors? ":confused:WHY?
    I cannot understand?
    Why we dont use it for
    • our Home?
    • our Car?
    • our Factory?
    • Remove Energy Transfer ? ( like Electricity lines,Gas pipeline)
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  3. Nov 15, 2009 #2


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    Because they don't work? They have problems getting past the laws of thermodynamics.
  4. Nov 15, 2009 #3


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    - I guess you know that they're not theoretically possible.

    - You seem to understand that if they (free energy magnet only motors) did exist they would offer such overwhelming benefit they would be used everywhere.

    - You've never seen one in real life (and I'm not talking about just some scam video).

    - Yet you still believe they exist. Why ????????????????????
  5. Nov 15, 2009 #4
    Hello Magnet
    I read your enthusiastic post about unlimited and free energy from magnet motors like perendev magnetic motor.
    I don't believe that it works , I know it is not true!

    I think the evidence for this is:
    • TANSTAAFL - There Ain't No Such Thing as a Free Lunch
    • The manufacturers refuse access to the workings of the motor
    • Anything that involves perpetual motion is fundamentally flawed
    • No one has convincingly duplicated the results

    My question is : " What makes you believe this nonsense? ":confused:WHY?
    I cannot understand!
    Why you don't you
    • Study some basic physics?
    • Write some tough questions to the manufacturer and inventor?
    • Recognise a scam when you see one?
    • Buy one and report back here as to your success? (I won't be funding you.)
  6. Nov 15, 2009 #5
  7. Nov 15, 2009 #6
    I believe this beacuase , before I saw some scam video I had an Idea that based on :
    W = F.d and W unit is J = Energy
    My idea is different and I test it

    I Wanted build a motor until saw some scam video and thought it is invented before me
    Now I Know , there is not a perpetual motion motor and I will try to build one

    But The new question is : If they dont work,why they have patent?

    Thanks for your help
    Excuseme if my english is not good
  8. Nov 15, 2009 #7


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    You don't need to show that something works in order to obtain a patent for it. However, perpetual motion machines are automatically excluded from patent consideration, so whatever was patented was not claimed as a perpetual motion machine to the USPTO.

    Also, perpetual motion is not a permitted topic on this forum, this is part of the rules that you agreed to when you signed up for the account.
  9. Nov 15, 2009 #8


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    It has NOT been patented. He appllied for a patent, in several nations, in 2006 but the applications were all turned down.
  10. Nov 15, 2009 #9
    I understand from this topic that
    1. Everybody believe , there is no perpetual motion machines
    2. Haward jonson motor or Haward jonson's based motor is not work
    3. Mylow magnet motor is not work
    Ok? Please say me I understand true
  11. Nov 15, 2009 #10

    Doc Al

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    Perpetual motion/free energy schemes are on our list of "closed topics"--they violate basic physics and have been debunked to death. Please refer to our posting rules, which are linked at the top of every page.
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