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  1. #1 De Palma N-Machine 
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    There was a scientist around the same time as tesla named something De Palma he invented a machine that is called the N-Machine(there arre a few names actually) the N-Machine is a genarator that isn't a motor I don't know how it works and I was hoping someone could explain to me how it did also supposivly if you were to run the n-machine at its intended usage speed(several thousand RPM) you would end up with a perpetual engine because of how much energy output it makes if you would to put it back into the engine thats spinning the N-Machine even with energy loss you would still be able to spin the N-Machine at its intended usage speed.


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    no such thing as free energy , work in > work out



    N-Machine is like a faraday disk , when you spin a magnet, any magnet, electrons flow from center to sides, causing potential energy (voltage)


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    In 1986, Bruce De Palma claimed development of an overunity machine (referred to as the "N-Machine" or "N Machine") that was described as a closed-path homopolar generator which output four times more power than consumed. It used a one-piece rotor rather than today's conventional two-piece rotor and stator electric generators. It was basically a magnetized gyroscope. De Palma has been unwilling to help independent investigators, like PSITRON, analyze his device. One Electrical Engineering professor analysed this device, but skeptics claim the investigation contained a measurement error. De Palma was an associate of Richard C. Hoagland. De Palma died in late 1997.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History...s#1951_to_1980

    The kooks have had 24 years to prove that the N-machine works. If they haven't done it by now, I don't think it will happen.
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    """contained a measurement error. """


    im not a skeptic, i'v investigated all these guys, anyone who needs to charge a spinning disk to get energy may seem to have less consumptions, but they do not factor in ENERGY VS TIME


    i'll admit they do contribute to efficiency, but if over unity exists the universe would unravel and all our dreams would come true,
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