Saved by the Bull

FOR POSTING: UFT381 and UFT382 and Publications Section

July 17, 2017

These are very important papers of the Muenich group associated with AIAS / UPITEC on the testing and extensive development of the Ide circuit for taking energy from spacetime (ES). They should be read with UFT311, UFT321, UFT364 and other papers on and This type of circuit produces more power than inputted power. The excess power can be used in unlimited applications. Advanced programs and analytical methods are used in these papers to evaluate the results, and to define circuit parameters. In UFT311 definitive proof was given of the need for a spin connection in electrodynamics as well as gravitation. For those interested in making wind turbines obsolete overnight, these prototype circuits can be developed into advanced power stations, giving unlimited and clean energy. The economic implications of this are analyzed in Dr. Steve Bannister’s Ph. D. Thesis on There is no time to lose in developing these new power stations. My year long daily analysis on this blog shows that wind turbines are essentially useless.”

We were minded at first to send the paper about Ideotic’s gadget to SS’s bosses in Munich and ask why one of their employees is putting his name to drivel about perpetual-motion machines. That sort of thing surely cannot inspire confidence in a company whose business is electrical engineering. But then we realized that the authors are effectively protected by their ignorance of basic physics. The paper is supposed to be about extracting energy from nowhere (aka spacetime); the supposed proof being an excess of output over input. But input and output of what?  It is supposed to be about energy production but that word appears only 5 times. The word ‘power’ appears 68 times! So they have pulled the same trick that Hill-of-Beans pulls at, by promising multiplication of power.  This lay confusion concerning power and energy once almost got a mechanical perpetual-motion machine backed by the US government. Journalists routinely make that mistake(?) when discussing lightning (huge power, little energy): they equate its power to the power needs of a small city, but fail to mention that the lightning would supply that power for only a millisecond. The point is that power is not conserved, so the above paper in fact proves absolutely nothing about energy-extraction from cloudcuckooland. In any case, real scientists would feed the output into a calorimeter: that is much easier and more reliable than trying to integrate spiky meter-readings. The upshot is that there is no point in reporting Siemens Stain to his bosses, for claiming perpetual motion, because he has not. The best that one could do is ask them why one of their employees does not understand the difference between energy and power. “That sort of thing surely cannot inspire confidence in a company whose business is electrical engineering”. Even Ron is careful to say that the power output is greater than the input power. We would still like to know where the Dismal Scientist mentions ‘free energy’ in his thesis: he is obsessed there with wood and coal. 



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