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Robert Dedomenico

May 3, 2014


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Just set out to prove the laws of thermodynamics wrong before you bother advancing nonsense that depends on such a proof. Hint: proofs are not made by simply making false claims. You've got to demonstrate something.

Jeff Harti

May 8, 2014


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@ericjcrews: Thanks for the proposal. Some more details and supporting references would be much appreciated, given what you are proposing.

Tom Morris

May 13, 2014


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after looking over the link this is a perpetual motion machine design-will not work as described. If you really think it will i would suggest you build a prototype and test it.

Ufroz Ayyub

Jun 19, 2014


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Any estimates on a $/kWh produced or $/mile traveled, which would allow for a comparison to existing technologies and demonstrate the competitiveness of your product? Also a detailed schematic along with references would be helpful to better understand how the product actually functions.

Mark Johnson

Jun 20, 2014


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Looking at your main URL page, you peak one's interest with so many descriptor keywords complementary to (perpetual, electric, pneumatic, hydraulic, etc.). Newton would of course be your worst critic, but even he would want to study your diagrams with narratives explaining the "inner workings" involving multiple technologies. I have been opening each of your links to study further. Have you heard about what UPS is doing with their "hydraulic hybrid"??

Saravanan Dhalavoi Pandian

Jun 20, 2014


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Hi, Interesting!! However, would recommend to explain the concept on more simpler terms so that it can be easily understood by everyone. Also do you have a working model to demonstrate the concept? Many thanks,

Climate Colab

Aug 13, 2014


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