Very interesting, I'll make a space in the garage next to my jetpack and car engine that runs on water ;-)
Could be world changing if true but there is the old saying that "if something looks to good to be true...."
JeffNothing is foolproof......to a sufficiently talented fool!
I am also skeptical, but i think the difference with this one is that they are not selling a product that claims to produce free energy, but are offering licensing, for other companies to developed product with this technology, they are also giving away the information on how to reproduce the technology.
Admittedly they claim not to know how it works.
If this does work, it will change the world, and will take our dependency away from oil, and i guess that is why they are visiting the Middle east.
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I saw a video of a home made version of this gadget. He set it spinning by hand, then introduced another stationary magnet and the danged thing speeded up :confused:
I'll believe it when they get their million dollar prize from James Randi for beating the laws of physics
Strange though it may seem, I am not sceptical just sarcastic :p
Prof Eric Laithwaite managed to destroy a reputation built up over a lifetime by claiming to have discovered anti-gravity. He could demonstrate the effect of a 50lb gyro apparently losing weight and rising from the desk with only a gentle force on his part. He could measure the weight loss (apparent) but what he could not do was to say WHY and in the eyes of his peers that put him in the crackpot league. This by the way is the man that invented the linear motor amongst other things. We think we know so much about how the Universe works but we are not even scratching at the first layers of a surface.
Hope these guys don't go the same way as Eric because we need a break, all of us.
Jeff.Nothing is foolproof......to a sufficiently talented fool!
I don't think even Eric understood the levitation effect and his mistake was probably in using non scientific terms like anti-gravity and the like. Made him an easy target.
I envy you your education and you have obviously not taken it for granted. I think he'd be proud he was part of it.
Regards, Jeff.Nothing is foolproof......to a sufficiently talented fool!
I wish I'd known him more, but he taught heavy electrical engineering I was doing Electronics so only had him for the first year...