Solid State Free energy Circuit

Posted on Dec 30, 2012

It's very simple actually. The idea is that we use what we have learned from the capacitor tests to create a circuit that uses the capacitors to run the load and then by discharging the 1/2 full capacitor into a DC-DC converter we can recharge the initial cap and start again. And have some energy left over!

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So how can we use this to build a free energy generator? I believe there are 2 ways of doing it: - By building a Solid State free-energy circuit - By building a Mechanical generator free-energy machine Its very simple actually. First we charge C1 with 12 volts. Then we close S1 and discharge C1 through the motor and into C2. Now C1 and C2 are both at 6v and we got the motor to run for a while. Now make sure S1 is open and close S2. This discharges C2 into the DC-DC converter, which now charges C1 back to 12v. Open S2 and we can repeat it again and again.... And we now have Free energy! Then we just need to build a circuit to replace the manual switches. # Free-energy generator (mechanical) Well we have already proven that we have free energy available from doing the capacitor tests, now we need to come up with a way to convert that extra energy to be used in a closed loop system ie.. to charge a battery maybe. The problem with close looping it with a battery is that it is difficult to tell if the machine is running over 100% efficiency. Therefore I propose we use large capacitor banks. This way we can start the device with a battery and once it is up to speed, we disconnect the battery and let the capacitors do the rest. We will know if it's running over unity right away if it doesnt stop within a minute or so. # Heres how it will work First off we add another capacitor C3. We build a device as shown...

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ProfRicky61   Dec 5, 2020

Very interesting, but you need almost three things to refine this circuit for free energy: 1) a battery and a mini recharger circuit in parallel with C1; 2) a switching circuit to switch off safely the battery when recharged; 3) a pumping of the two solid state switches S1 and S2 with a frequency double of that of the resonating signal circuit (i.e.: C1, motor windings and C2). The dc/dc module shall be 6V to 12V Power Booster, as available on market. I am at your rest,

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