Patently Useless

Osamu Ide Circuit Awarded Patents

February 9, 2017

The importance of these patents cannot be overestimated. They have been awarded Japanese Patent 5587691 and U. S. patent 8.873.262B2, both dated 2015. AIAS / UPITEC Fellow Osamu Ide has applied for patents in European countries.”

Yes, but the granted patents make no claim to be able to output more energy than is input. If they did, then the patents would not have been granted in the first place. Because the  gadget would then constitute a perpetual-motion machine, and that is impossible. The entire circuit seems to be no different in principle to the ‘choke’ which is necessary to trigger a standard domestic fluorescent tube. Just as that other circuit, which he has been hawking about for some 20 years, looks (given the presence of a coil with a movable core) like nothing more than an electric door-bell. Therefore the importance of the patents has been ridiculously overestimated.

“The circuit is described in UFT311, UFT321 and UFT364, it takes energy from spacetime, and is described perfectly by ECE theory in UFT311. UFT321 develops the circuit theory, and UFT364 replicates the circuit perfectly using independent test apparatus. ”

No it doesn’t. If the output appears to be greater than input it is only because none of the people involved have the required equipment or technical knowledge needed to analyse ‘spikey’ outputs. There have been many circuits like that, and they never get past the experts at the National Bureau of Standards. If your dubious calculations appear to ‘explain’ a non-existent output then, as in the case of the spinning-top levitation, that is good proof that your theory is rubbish.

“This is partly why I have nominated AIAS / UPITEC for six gold medals of the Institute of Physics. ”

No, you have nominated them because nobody in their right mind would, and because you are a shameless social climber.

“Millions of these circuits can be assembled into a power station, and of course they can be used directly for domestic devices and in any situation where electric power is needed. ”

They could only be assembled into a massive power-drain. One domestic application would be the heating of water. The circuit might even succeed, but only to the extent predicted by the original energy-input. You see, Ron, a spikey input cannot fool a calorimeter and … to a first approximation – that is what a water-heater is.

“They will bring about the second industrial revolution described by AIAS / UPITEC Fellow Dr. Steve Bannister in his Ph. D. Thesis on (from the Department of Economics, University of Utah). ”

Did you actually read his thesis, for which you were supposedly some sort of external examiner? He makes no mention of crackpot sources of energy.

“Governments up to Head of State seniority regularly consult and, and should ensure that these circuits are assembled into power stations as soon as humanly possible. ”

No they don’t. Those are just random hits … like all of the rest.

“Any remaining resistance from the oil industry or wind industry lobbyists and cabals should be eliminated by Governments using anti trust laws. As AIAS Fellow Michael Jackson points out, this is a matter of survival, because the entire planet will be destroyed otherwise. Coal and oil must be conserved for making myriads of products, e.g. clothes, medicines and so on. A little coal can be used for domestic purposes.”

That would be the same Jackson who thinks that your nonsense theory ‘explains the human soul’, who thinks that Einstein was planted at the patent office by ‘Big Oil’ and who thinks that Einstein and Cartan helped the Nazis to build antigravity aircraft. Yeah, right, that one.


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