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Improved Range per Charge Simulated in LTSpice

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Using the Joseph Newman motor as a starting point, I simulated his motor as an overly simplified LTSpice model in two modes: full throttle speed supplying 200 amps and cruising speed supplying 50 amps to this two coil simulation. The improved ranger per recharge of the battery pack is a gain from a 60 mile range to a range of several thousands of miles. Viewer be wary of taking these simulations literally. Also, the neon bulb might best be actualized by the use of a suitable spark gap to handle the high voltages, etc?

It's important to note Newman's secret....

All of his previous versions of his device were built according to whatever he publicly admitted is THE way to build. Unfortunately, he never shared with the public, not even in any of his books or patent application, how he had learned to make his device overunity. This overunity status he claimed within all of his books, and was analyzed and verified by a physicist: Dr. Hastings in chapter six of Newman's book. Yet, he never shared this secret technique with anyone. Well, here it is...

Byron Brubaker, an electrical engineer from Indiana, known as MX6Maximus on YouTube and Facebook, confided in me that it was he who gave Newman the secret method whereby his public version could be upgraded to achieve overunity, namely: its ability to recharge its multi-string battery pack of numerous 9V batteries with a negative return current in the vicinity of a few hundred milli amperes.

This was achieved by replacing the rotating permanent magnet/s, positioned in the center of his massive coil, with a glass canister of helium wrapped with an open coil (not connected to itself, nor to anything else).

If you look up the properties of helium, you'll discover that helium is incapable of responding to an electromagnetic field. Yet, it will respond to an electrostatic field by generating a moderate to high frequency electromagnetic field of its own.

This satisfies what my simulations, up above, had been telling me, that: it's not enough to spin his so-called bar magnets by hand to achieve overunity. They must be spun at around 100k Hz (minimum) to achieve overunity to the degree which Dr. Hastings had verified. This is impossible for a physical rotor to achieve by conventional standards. Yet, this is not impossible if the low frequency rotation of a normal motor is summed to an atomic source of frequencies higher than itself to create a blend of frequencies capable of maintaining an average frequency above the minimum established by my simulations.

Voila! The secret is out!


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