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Magnet motor demonstrated at Delft University
Turkish inventor, Muammer Yildiz, recently demonstrated his magnet motor
that he alleged runs on the power of magnets alone at a University in the
Netherlands. The motor is shown turning a fan at a high speed, and no
wires can be seen going to the device; then the device is disassembled in front
of the group.
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How many magnet motor stories have we had here in our news service in the last
eight years? Several a month.
How many times have we featured a story of of an all-magnet motor being
demonstrated at a University?
History was made recently at Delft
University of Technology in the Netherlands as Muammer
Yildiz demonstrated his all-magnet motor turning a fan at high
speed with his all magnet
motor. No wires could be seen running to the device being observed by
around 30 scientists in the room.
After running for more than 10 minutes at a constant speed, the device was shut
off then disassembled in front of the group so they could see that no batteries
were hidden in the device. "Free Energy is possible",
he told the group.
Here's the video that was produced by EuroStaete
Media Group on April 20.
The wind speed and air density were measured, and the output was estimated to be
around 250 Watts (not mentioned in the video). Also, after the video was
turned off, the fan was removed from the device, and several people tried
stopping the shaft with their hands but were unable to.
From what I've been told, this is the fourth or fifth demonstration Yildiz has
given around Europe; and he's going to be hanging around through May 12 for a
demonstration in Germany.
Jury Still Out
All this certainly looks promising.
Before concluding that sufficient evidence has been given that this is a bona
fide magnet motor, two things need to be yet shown. Apparently most
demonstrations Yildiz has given do not show the motor going longer than 10-15 minutes. The
size of the core is such that it could house a hidden battery and motor that
could possibly provide that much power. That needs to be ruled out.
Second, the possibility of magnet depletion being the source of energy needs to
be analyzed and ruled out. That would be interesting science but not
practical for energy generation.
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Not a Fraud
On April 21, 2010 9:56 PM David Jenkins wrote:
Excellent video of the latest demonstration. Judging from what I could see in the video, there is not enough room for a hidden motor/battery to provide the ten minutes of sustained output demonstrated. Even the best electric model motors still require substantial sets of lithium cells to run for ten minutes.
If what I saw in the video were poles for the stator, he has at least two different arrangements to provide an alternating stator field which would make sense (the hold-back forces on the armature would be reduced or eliminated).
Wonderful, I hope it's real.
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On April 22, 2010 1:04 AM Mountain, Stefano Fazzino wrote:
I just read your news about Muammer Yildiz.
In my opinion it is a real and very promising invention.
Attached the document of the patent. You can check from drawings that it is not a fraud.
I think also the magnets will not loose their strength during the work because the temperature should remain low enough and using materials like teflon, perspex and stainless steel there in no possibility to make the neodymiun magnets weak. Nothing I can tell about the ratio size / generated power.
Very good work! A new era has began.
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This Guy is a huge Rip-Off
On April 22, 2010, 'Knowing People' wrote:
This Guy is a huge Rip-Off !!! Why is he using a fan as a load ? Because a real test will not perform positive, rpm WILL go down under constant load conditions as the hidden source drains.
Everyone beware investing any money. He has taken a lot of money from honorable people and showed absolutely nothing....
Relax man, if this guy really is a scammer, the Dutch scientists/students at
this university are probably qualified enough to find that out. So we
probably will know that very soon...
To which, 'Knowing People' wrote:
Yes, he is a scammer....... and no, they potentially will not find out because he does not let people observe the device in a true
test stand over a period of time to rule out any hidden source. Just the same crap as with the Perendev-Motor !
I'm just here because, again, I want to warn people not to get to euphoric about this hoax. Why ? Because I know. No need for another urban myth....
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Other Coverage of Yildiz by PES
- Pirated Yildiz magnet motor photo being used to run a scam in Russia (PESN;
August 18, 2015)
preparing for magnet motor sales launch (PESN; May 5, 2015)
establishes joint stock company to start production (PESN; November 27, 2014)
- Yildiz Entertaining Manufacturing Licenses, But...
(PESN; April 25, 2013)
- Compilation Video Posted of Running Yildiz Magnet Motor at Inventors Expo, April
10-12, 2013 (PESN; April
- 35+ Reasons Why I Think Yildiz' Magnet Motor Really Works
(PESWiki; April 16, 2013)
- Free Energy Demos by Fabrice Andre of Refuge7 in France
- includes list of reasons why Yildiz motor weight is diminishing in Top 5 (PESN;
April 13, 2013)
- Yildiz Magnet Motor Demo Report, April
12, 2013 (PESN)
- Yildiz Magnet Motor Demo Report, April 11, 2013
All-Magnet Motor Videos from April 10, 2013 (PESN;
April 10, 2013)
- Report on the Yildiz Magnet Motor Demo in Geneva, April 10, 2013
Yildiz Magnet Motor: Turning to Public Instead of Universities for First Major Validation
March 11, 2013)
Submits Description to Geneva Inventors Conference (PureEnergyBlog; February 27, 2013)
Patent Institute invites Yildiz to Geneva Inventions conference (PureEnergyBlog; February 27, 2013)
the Validation of Muammer Yildiz' Magnet Motor for 30 Days at European
January 16, 2013)
Tells the Story about His Magnet Motor (PESN;
January 9, 2013)
Professor Presents Scientific Model for Yildiz Magnet Motor (PESN;
January 5, 2013)
All-Magnet-Motor 30-Day University Test Pending (PESN; January
motor demonstrated at Delft University (PESN;
April 21, 2010)
Yildiz Magnet Motor (PESWiki; March 20, 2010)