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Ray McConnell’s Magnetic D Gate

Philadelphia inventor demonstrates net propulsion power (overunity) using a simple set-up with some neodymium magnets, a mild steel rod, a smaller hot roll steel rod, a wood block, and clay, to fasten some neos atop a Hot Wheel. The steel rod attached to the larger neodymium magnet seems to create a magnetic monopole effect Continue reading

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Larry’s Geo Tracker with H.O.P.E. genset gets over 2x stock mileage

This week, I witnessed two tests of Lawrence Sadler’s High Output Propulsion Electric system, producing over 50 mpg on the road, even with a clutch that was going out; and over 60 mpg on jack stands (converted to road equivalent). (PESN; December 13, 2014) Continue reading

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Dannel Roberts Explains New Plasma Propulsion and Theory

Here at the TeslaTech Conference, Dannel Roberts has a booth and will be giving a lecture Sunday about some new findings they have demonstrated experimentally regarding noble gas plasma creating propulsion without producing heat. He describes his theory that came to him when yet a child about why this works. Continue reading

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