1. I came across something on the web, some guy put together what seems to be an electron accelerator, which is what I think similar to a particle accelerator but uses wire as a medium instead of a vacuum. You can see the schematic on page 29 of otto_ronette_TPU_ECD-V1_0.pdf

To get the electrons flowing in a circle you can use high voltage spikes which don't require much power. I found some math equations E=hc/λ and λ= h/p
E= energy
h= frequency energy constant
p= linear momentum of a particle
c= speed of light
λ= wavelength

doing some quick math it means E=pc which we already know obviously from E=mc<sup>2</sup>
which should mean you can get power from accelerating electrons if you can. They actually did light the bulb in this experiment apparently. In the pdf they say that it heated up a heat sink connected to one of switching transistors way beyond what seemed normal which to me suggested it started ionizing the aluminum by drawing away it's electrons in order to power the light bulb connected to the output. Remedied perhaps by a sodium based electron reservoir?

I donno, you guys figure it out. I'm not a scientist here

I'm having trouble posting the schematic. something wrong with the uploader on this site

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3. Originally Posted by tichama
I'm having trouble posting the schematic. something wrong with the uploader on this site

You have to have a certain number of posts before you can post URLs.
This is an anti-spam measure.

4. I found the file on line. I am not going to post a link (they don't deserve the oxygen of publicity). I gave up trying to make any sense of it. It is obviously a load of ignorant nonsense.

5. I will summarize the document below:
Originally Posted by Article, p. 7
A last think: ECD [energy conversion device] when operated close enough to full conversion point, will couple ether (?) into reproducible energy many magnitudes beyond what can be supplied through power supply. The power supply is only for driving the 3 oscillators, it has no connection with the gotten power from ether conversion! That is our understanding.

The paper is written by Otto Sabljaric and Roberto Notte (both have no record of being researchers) and was published in 2007.

A quick skim reveals a lot of schemes, pictures, tables and graphs, in order to support the idea that they have replicated the experiments of Steven Mark(*), who (according to some threads on the OverUnity forum) managed to create a device with magnetic, toroidal coils that generated energy from scratch.

(*) No trustworthy information could be found about him (cf. post #6).

PS: I am certain that more knowledgeable people can spot the exact errors in the document, but I hope this suffices.

6. Over unity cranks.
Ignore.

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8. I watched the YouTube video on how magnets can create electricity from scratch. I never believed it and it now Cogito Ergo Sum as confirmed it for me, so I would never believe this it's nonsense (As stated by everyone else).

9. Originally Posted by MindlessMath
I watched the YouTube video on how magnets can create electricity from scratch.
There's a very good reason why no one takes Youtube videos seriously as evidence.
(It depends on what you mean by "from scratch": no-one disputes that dynamos work for example, but they require an energy input so it's hardly "from scratch").

I never believed it and it now Cogito Ergo Sum as confirmed it for me
What Cogito actually wrote was "according to some threads on the OverUnity forum".
I.e. as reported by cranks on a crank forum.

so I would never believe this it's nonsense (As stated by everyone else).
As Cogito also stated.

10. ok but Energy relates to the momentum of a particle, am I right?

11. Originally Posted by tichama
ok but Energy relates to the momentum of a particle, am I right?
Depends on what you mean by relates.
Momentum is MV.
Energy is 1/2MV2.

12. so go spank some electrons and see if you can use their momentum for anything useful

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14. Originally Posted by tichama
so go spank some electrons and see if you can use their momentum for anything useful
And your point here would be... what, exactly?

15. desktop particle accelerator
If you want a desktop device that accelerates electrons, I suggest you get a cathode ray tube, such as an old CRT computer screen. Sorted

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