I looked at Engineers, Walt Rosenthal and Parke Cole disinfo claims and couldn't stop laughing.
That's interesting... I feel the same way about the disinfo claims coming from Lutec and all the other magic pulsemotor builders who can't actually prove their claims to real engineers.
Does anyone seriously believe that the Lutec inventors spent thousands of hours and thousands of dollars of their
own money and did not do extensive input - output measurements??
It certainly wouldn't be the first time something like that happened. And when you bring in the deliberate fraud hypothesis, well...
do the math.
It makes me realise that the believers of such disinfo are graduates of the university of "Duuuuuuh".
The disinfo is coming from the believers, not the skeptics. Do you really think I'm a "graduate of the university of Duuuuuh"? If so then I'm really in the wrong place.
What is keeping the Lutec boys from performing and presenting _proper_ measurements, for example using a proper
power analyzer? What is preventing them from daisy-chaining multiple units, each running off the output of the previous one in the chain and eventually producing all the power one might want, on just the input to the first unit?
Only the laws of physics, that's all. NOT the laws of men.
So wake up chaps and study the patent.
Remember that a rotary device is a "reactive" energy device.
The patent clearly doesn't contain the critical information needed to make an overunity pulse motor, or someone else would
have done so by now, using the information in the patent.
I have studied the patent, by the way, and I can't imagine why it was even granted, since there is nothing novel or useful in it. The mechanical means of varying the brush timing and dwell is the only thing that is in the least bit "novel" and in the final end is actually just a kludge that can be done more easily in other ways.
Ditto for that other patent, the sparker thing, that gotoluc and Err-on and a few others wrote up and filed. It's all prior art, repackaged using
Here's a challenge. Hire me to test a genuine, Lutec-built and certified device using approved techniques, and I'll write up a full report, either way it comes out. You can ship the device to me and when I'm done I'll send it back.