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  1. #1 The Resourcer: A self-propelled electric generator or perpetual motion device. 
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    My dear sirs:

    My name is Kristofer Kuehl, and i am an inventor of the world's first perpetual motion device entitled "The Resourcer". I have solved the world's divine problem about energy crisises. I now have free electricity with my device, and video evidence on my site. All my device requires is a simple car battery and a simple power inverter for it to plug into, to replace the wall outlet booster rocket. Then i simply unplug and play, infinitely. Free energy. Free electricity. Imagine jets that have turbines that spin constantly and do not need to be refueled in the wings and never have to land. Then, of course there shall be cars that never have to recharge. My device spins infinitely, without the need for oil, gasoline, friction, pollution, nor a supercollision. It's as simple as a lawnmower and shall power each newly constructed house from here on out. I own the patent. I would love to collaborate with you, so please contact me for more mathematics, or questions you might have. Oh, i thank you, and i pray that you shall have a very safe, warm, comfortable day, and stay out of harms way.

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    You have a patent? Which country or countries have you been granted a patent in? Can you give us the patent number(s)?

    How does your "perpetual motion machine" work? Are you using it to power your own house?


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    Quote Originally Posted by immulett011 View Post
    My dear sirs:

    My name is Kristofer Kuehl, and i am an inventor of the world's first perpetual motion device entitled "The Resourcer". I have solved the world's divine problem about energy crisises. I now have free electricity with my device, and video evidence on my site. All my device requires is a simple car battery and a simple power inverter for it to plug into, to replace the wall outlet booster rocket. Then i simply unplug and play, infinitely. Free energy. Free electricity. Imagine jets that have turbines that spin constantly and do not need to be refueled in the wings and never have to land. Then, of course there shall be cars that never have to recharge. My device spins infinitely, without the need for oil, gasoline, friction, pollution, nor a supercollision. It's as simple as a lawnmower and shall power each newly constructed house from here on out. I own the patent. I would love to collaborate with you, so please contact me for more mathematics, or questions you might have. Oh, i thank you, and i pray that you shall have a very safe, warm, comfortable day, and stay out of harms way.

    "Luke! I'm shutting the power down!"...........independent universeS.

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    You do realize you are the 1,683,435th person to create a perpetual motion machine...and all 1,683,434 previous ones have failed, as will yours, BECAUSE IT WOULD VIOLATE THE LAWS OF PHYSICS.

    And since you are using it to try and steal money from suckers, I hope you have an uncomfortable day, cold and wet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by immulett011 View Post

    My name is Kristofer Kuehl, and i am an inventor of the world's first perpetual motion device entitled "The Resourcer".
    Without even looking at your supposed "evidence" I am telling you that this is nonsense, and you are a crook.
    There are no perpetual motion devices, because they would violate the laws of thermodynamics, which are experimentally well proven ( and without which we wouldn't be here discussing this ). These devices are fairy tales, and you are wasting everyone's time. No one on this forum is going to buy into this nonsense.
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    I would be very much interested in learning more about your design and possibly testing it out.
    I know that wear and tear and/or decay are always factors to be considered.
    Word 'perpetual' may not have literal representation in this case.
    Please feel free to contact me via profile or by emailing .........
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    You know guys, I should let you in on a trick that provides free energy. (It is good to troll the science-trolls)

    And I'll give a hint, if you were caught by the Nazi's doing it, you'd be thrown in prison....
    In the information age ignorance is a choice.
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    I'm expecting some money from a banker in Nigeria... looking for an investment...

    Seriously, though...if you really have such a device, post it on the internet and give it away. The big energy interests will stop you otherwise.

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    Nate Silver predicts a 94.38% chance this thread ends up in the Trash Can.
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    Energy is like call girls. You can't get something for nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGyver1968 View Post
    Energy is like call girls. You can't get something for nothing.
    Are you implying I'm a perpetuum mobile?
    In the information age ignorance is a choice.
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    I have found a way to create an electrical generator which generates 15,000 watts minimum. It is started with a battery, and once started the battery is removed, and it then runs itself. My device powers way more energy than it needs to keep itself going. Most houses only use 7,500 WATTS to 10,000 WATTS of power. My device can power a whole house; not just a few lightbulbs. My device even has an electrical board built on it so AC devices can be plugged into it directly. I hope to one day give my device to poor communities which are not connected to an electrical grid. I'm not going to sell plans and schematics. I am going to sell the actual devices. One real advantage to my device is that is does not use any form of fuel such as gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas, solar power, wind, or aquatics.
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    Post and run.
    It is by will alone I set my mind in motion.
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    I didn't post and run.
    I wonder how many times you have bullied new members?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintlyMic View Post
    I have found a way to create an electrical generator which generates 15,000 watts minimum. It is started with a battery, and once started the battery is removed, and it then runs itself. My device powers way more energy than it needs to keep itself going.
    No you have not devised such a thing. You are either a fraudster or self-deluded.

    If you are offended by such blunt truths, too bad for you.
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    I have figured it out, and it's so simple it boggles the mind.
    The main components have already been created for me.
    I don't expect people like you to comprehend or understand.
    People like me are rare, and I am one among 6 billion people.
    As soon as I can start selling my devices I will prove to the world what true green power means.
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    Can this be moved to the trash, please?
    Its the way nature is!
    If you dont like it, go somewhere else....
    To another universe, where the rules are simpler
    Philosophically more pleasing, more psychologically easy
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintlyMic View Post
    I didn't post and run.
    I wonder how many times you have bullied new members?
    I was referring to the OP, not you. He did post and run. Welcome to the forum
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintlyMic View Post
    As soon as I can start selling my devices I will prove to the world what true green power means.
    Yeah, right. Be sure to post back once you do "prove to the world" that your device works (beyond separating wallets from fools, that is).
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintlyMic View Post
    I wonder how many times you have bullied new members?
    And I wonder how many times you have been told that perpetuum mobile devices violate basic laws of physics, and thus do not exist.

    I don't expect people like you to comprehend or understand.
    We understand that such devices cannot exist, you don't. That's all there is to it.
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    I have a very relevant video:

    It is by will alone I set my mind in motion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintlyMic View Post
    I wonder how many times you have bullied new members?
    It is not bullying to point out when someone is posting nonsense.

    Quote Originally Posted by SaintlyMic View Post
    I have figured it out, and it's so simple it boggles the mind.
    The main components have already been created for me.
    I don't expect people like you to comprehend or understand.
    People like me are rare, and I am one among 6 billion people.
    As soon as I can start selling my devices I will prove to the world what true green power means.
    You are not rare. By claiming you are 1 in 6 billion, you are obviously completely deluded. You are trying to defy the laws of physics.

    You are either deluded, or you are a liar and are trying to scam people with your "device". It will not work. You cannot get more energy out of a system than you put in, it is as simple as that.

    Only complete nutjobs fail to understand this, whilst charlatans and fraudsters understand it well, but hope to prey on people who don't understand.

    Take your nonsense elsewhere, fool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedFreek View Post

    Take your nonsense elsewhere, fool.
    Mr. T agrees:



    (like if you read that in Mr. T's voice)
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    Perpetual motion device The Resourcer - YouTube

    Kristofer Kuehl shows that a perpetual motion machine is possible: all you have to do is plug it in to the mains and it will power a lamp forever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    Perpetual motion device The Resourcer - YouTubeKristofer Kuehl shows that a perpetual motion machine is possible: all you have to do is plug it in to the mains and it will power a lamp forever.
    So, wait, you know this?You are actually telling us that you have to plug it in the mains first?So you actually know that it requires power? Please tell me how you have come to the conclusion that a device that needs to be plugged in a power source can be a perpetuum mobile?I adore such extravagant creativity.
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    Kerling, I think Red Panda was being sarcastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedFreek View Post
    Kerling, I think Red Panda was being sarcastic.
    That one slipped right by me. I almost banned Red Panda thinking he was a sock puppet.
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    A winking smiley might have helped. But having checked out his previous posts I am pretty sure he was just pointing out how the light only comes on when the unit is plugged into the mains.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedFreek View Post
    Kerling, I think Red Panda was being sarcastic.
    Thank god. Sorry for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerling
    So, wait, you know this?You are actually telling us that you have to plug it in the mains first?So you actually know that it requires power?
    It appears we have encountered: Poe's law - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedFreek View Post
    A winking smiley might have helped.
    My 'wit' - such as it is - tends to be dry.
    I will try and use more emoticons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    Perpetual motion device The Resourcer - YouTube

    Kristofer Kuehl shows that a perpetual motion machine is possible: all you have to do is plug it in to the mains and it will power a lamp forever.
    I started the video and saw a creepy, dimly-lit room with a bunch of sheets on the floor and a recliner that appeared to have been thrown into the corner of the room when a man in a black t-shirt and giant Paris Hilton sunglasses on indoors strolled into view and the first thing that came into my mind was, "Yep. This is the guy who will change the world."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    Perpetual motion device The Resourcer - YouTube

    Kristofer Kuehl shows that a perpetual motion machine is possible: all you have to do is plug it in to the mains and it will power a lamp forever.
    I started the video and saw a creepy, dimly-lit room with a bunch of sheets on the floor and a recliner that appeared to have been thrown into the corner of the room when a man in a black t-shirt and giant Paris Hilton sunglasses on indoors strolled into view and the first thing that came into my mind was, "Yep. This is the guy who will change the world."
    ...or sell you a kick ass bag of weed.
    Fixin' shit that ain't broke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintlyMic View Post
    I have found a way to create an electrical generator which generates 15,000 watts minimum. It is started with a battery, and once started the battery is removed, and it then runs itself. My device powers way more energy than it needs to keep itself going. Most houses only use 7,500 WATTS to 10,000 WATTS of power. My device can power a whole house; not just a few lightbulbs. My device even has an electrical board built on it so AC devices can be plugged into it directly. I hope to one day give my device to poor communities which are not connected to an electrical grid. I'm not going to sell plans and schematics. I am going to sell the actual devices. One real advantage to my device is that is does not use any form of fuel such as gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas, solar power, wind, or aquatics.
    I have developed an automobile that is so fuel efficient that I have to periodically stop at gas stations to have the gas tank on my vehicle pumped out so that it doesn't overflow!
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    i see alot of people vented on here ditching on people that say they have in a renewable source of energy,i say thank you to them. I my self have done it i run (8) 75 watt bulbs ,a 220 vo lt compressor ,a shop radio and still have room to run drop lites and odd n ends, currently in the patent mode so i can share with others as it could help people less fortunate that cant get on the public grid like we do in america,so smile it is possible !!!
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    Hi i have comepleted my theory thesis & have a working 1600 watt generator formula Values through step up isolators, um from 12v to 220 in process of patent. self patent in place. Any reasonable ? Answered, is very nice uses forgotten tech. No gas no outside source of power 3.7v to start then fully selfcontained. With two back up System.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucycorp33 View Post
    no outside source of power
    Then it obviously doesn't work.

    By the way, you might want to think about taking more care writing and editing your posts. What you have written here is almost incomprehendible.

    What is a "self patent"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LESPLAY2 View Post
    [COLOR=#0000cd]i see alot of people vented on here ditching on people that say they have in a renewable source of energy,i
    It is not renewable energy (solar, wind, geothermal, etc) that is the problem. It is the claims of "free" energy from nothing that are bogus.
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    A self patent is when you mail your design to yourself leaving the envelope sealed as a time signitute, should someone have the same idea.. Um you should maybe you should invest some time in basic patent law.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucycorp33 View Post
    A self patent is when you mail your design to yourself leaving the envelope sealed as a time signitute, should someone have the same idea.. Um you should maybe you should invest some time in basic patent law.
    I have spent many years (too many years) working on patent applications. The process you describe is believed by some people to protect copyright. This is a myth: The Myth of Poor Man's Copyright - Plagiarism Today

    It provides absolutely zero patent protection. Also, as even the USA has now modernised to use first-to-file rather than first-to-invent, it will provide you no benefit to prove you invented it first if someone else has filed a patent.

    Are you not going to address the basic fact that you cannot generate electricity with no input source of energy? Note that most patent offices will instantly reject something that appears to be a perpetual motion machine, or otherwise breaks the laws of physics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucycorp33 View Post
    A self patent is when you mail your design to yourself leaving the envelope sealed as a time signitute, should someone have the same idea.. Um you should maybe you should invest some time in basic patent law.
    Poor man's copyright - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Barely worth the envelope it was sent in.
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