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Tiny Yet Mighty Engine of the Future has Many Uses

06/14/2014 6:35 PM

Please see this and explore all the links: http://pesn.com/2013/10/28/9602385_Aviation-2.0_enables_Jetpacks_VTOL_flying-cargo-ships/

Could one man have invented an engine that surpasses all others?

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06/14/2014 6:42 PM

I got far enough to see "PESWiki". End of story.

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06/14/2014 7:24 PM

No! He is a fraud. The website is a free energy website.

How anyone could be duped by this is beyond belief.

I hear ducks. They say quack, quack.

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06/14/2014 7:38 PM

You guys sure know it all.

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06/14/2014 7:42 PM

You should have bailed out at "Coast to Coast AM".

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06/14/2014 7:43 PM

Good point.

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06/14/2014 7:50 PM

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We don't know it all. We do know a fraud when we see one.

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06/14/2014 8:26 PM

Sounds kind of sketchy to me.

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06/14/2014 8:35 PM

Why can't you detect on your own the few correct uses and many incorrect uses of physics and engineering terms? What science classes have you ever had?

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06/15/2014 8:20 AM

If it looks to good to be true, it probably is.

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06/15/2014 11:50 AM

Nothing compares with my inventions: Carbon fiber reinforced ice cream, the polystyrene foam jet engine and (perhaps best of all) stainless steel bed linen. I'm confident that a fortune awaits me.

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06/15/2014 3:54 PM

Ignoring the fact the link is to a pseudoscience website for a start, below is a link to the actual theory behind the engine....

http://www.angellabsllc.com/ME%20theory.html

I'm thinking that a Nobel Prize would be more appropriate.

I'm thinking an actual real world demonstration would be better, this engine design looks really suspect. Lots of ideas and references to other peoples ideas, but that a product does not make.

That and he mentions free energy in his other posts. Looks and smells like a scam to me.

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06/15/2014 5:31 PM

One of the many uses ... an over-unity revenue generator.

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06/15/2014 11:53 PM

"below is a link to the actual theory behind the engine...."

Theory by whose standards? Not a single illustration! It says 32 firings per 2 revolutions in a round engine, but not a rotary engine nor a Wankel. It talks about pistons that stop and start, but don't reciprocate...

At least show me some drawings; better yet, show me a working prototype!

I'm with several others - Quack, Quack!

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06/16/2014 9:36 AM

You guys aren't being fair. This is a real engine, and it is a very efficient design. His problem is that he has it patented and so now has to sell licences to manufacturers or raise private capital to enter the market.

The investors all know the engine will be a hit. The problem for them is that they are already invested in oil, gas, and energy industries that would be effected by this invention.

His is not the only improvement on internal combustion, and like the other more efficient designs, he faces a tough audience when promoting it. What they all need to do is go OpenSource like Elon Musk did with the Tesla(tm) patents and get machine shops around the globe building working models. He could consult for the larger better funded shops and make money that way.

PESWiki may be a "free energy" website but I find some of the stuff on there worth a second thought. You never know who might stuble upon something significant. What harm does it do to study what is presented? It's fun!

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06/16/2014 9:57 AM

I know I have been to damn busy lately, but really, is it over-unity season already?

Crap. I was going to ask for investors in my perpetual oil lamp.

Granted the prototype was destroyed by the Romans a few years back, the building it was in likewise was destroyed.

Oh and the design was stolen by some fat guy in a red suit back in December, but hey it really did work.....

Appologies to my Jewish engineer friends whom I "borrowed" this joke from.

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06/16/2014 10:27 AM

First, who ever said we had to be fair about anything. I agree that we should not be abusive in our criticism but "being fair" is so subjective an attribute that it has almost no meaning here.

Second, I see at the proffered PESWiki site about this engine nothing but biased, ambiguous testimonials. One way of interpreting the ambiguities makes this engine a valid candidate for the over unity wackos that reside on most of this web site. Another way to interpret the claims makes me wonder what's the big deal.

Third, if this engine really does actually performs beyond what other engines provide, a simple outside testing platform like any of the racing venues will demonstrate its value.

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06/16/2014 3:35 PM

I used the 'theory' word loosely, but it is the most technical detail I could find explaining it. I doubt there is anything more detailed available, but it is better than nothing to assess the engine.

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06/16/2014 3:40 PM

PESWiki may be a "free energy" website but I find some of the stuff on there worth a second thought.

The internet is big and there are far better sources than PESWiki. Many will immediately ignore anything that is posted from this source because it is totally unreliable and Pseudoscience biased.

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06/16/2014 3:59 PM

I have already forgotten it.

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06/16/2014 4:04 PM

If it is patented, can you provide one or more numbers? A patent requires drawings, and I need drawings before there is any chance I can understand any but the simplest mechanism.

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06/16/2014 11:02 PM

I'll see you that and raise you my newly patented pre-starched underwear!

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06/16/2014 11:33 PM

Well, all I can say is that while I was looking at the "demos" in your link, I was also watching some lame "Finding Bigfoot" tripe on TV.

When they plugged the compressed air into the TYM, I turned the demo off and watched them hunt for another nonexistent myth on TV.

Both myths require a much larger leap of faith than I can muster.

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06/17/2014 12:06 AM

I was also watching some lame "Finding Bigfoot" tripe on TV.

umm, why were you doing this in the first place?

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06/17/2014 12:30 AM

Kids turned it on, then left the room. "Watch" may not have been the correct term.

As an aside, I'll be traveling back to my "want to be" location next week. May not be on here too much. No time for TV there.

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06/17/2014 3:07 AM

They need to get Muddler Mulder on it.

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06/17/2014 3:54 AM

I thought that only teenage boys wear those!! Self made!

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06/17/2014 4:45 PM

Why not ( not ). One man Dyson invented a vacuum that surpassed all others.

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06/18/2014 5:10 AM

He wants you to believe it, I don't (even though he is a Brit with a Knighthood!), he had a lot of problems with fine dust being expelled with the original production and they are FAR too expensive.

Plus the battery powered ones have a very short usable battery life, far shorter than he claims.....you would need two or more of them to be able to clean an average house or two or more batteries (I don't know if that is possible or not!).

Claimed 20 minutes (on low speed possibly) is nearer to 10 (with full power).......see test sites.....

Best idea is to make a WIDE circle around anything with the Dyson name on it.....too much hype for me personally....

Oh, by the way, my neighbors Dyson lasted 3 years only before it was disposed off.....I don't know why though....

Anyone searching on Google using "dyson vacuum problems" will see an abundance of problems.....probably no more than any other manufacturer, but most of the others are a quarter of the price, so you can have and use four of theirs for that Dyson price, with a probably life expectancy of 20 years or more total....

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