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Letter to Hojo (Howard Johnson) Motor Plan Scammers
Hank Mills has composed a letter to the company and individuals selling bogus plans for a claimed free energy motor, based on Howard Johnson's technology. He addresses the fact they are lying, and bamboozling people.
by Hank Mills
Pure Energy Systems News
To Fraudulent "Hojo
Motor" Plan Sellers,
Once again, you are swindling money from gullible people, by making completely false claims, telling bold faced lies, and making extreme exaggerations. You did this once before when you tried to peddle your
Secret" plans, knowing they were worthless. The purpose of this letter is not so much to tell you off (which everyone in the exotic energy movement needs to do), but also to warn the public not to do business with you.
Howard Johnson was a brilliant inventor. You got that one fact correct. However, his technologies were never fully developed, and were still very experimental when he died. Even if he was able to create motion in an experimental test rig (after hundreds or thousands of hours of work), it was not ready to power a home, an appliance, or even a very light load like a light bulb. The idea that someone could take plans for his device, and build a system capable of powering their home, is totally absurd. Unless of course, they had tens of thousands of dollars to spend, months to experiment just to make a motor self-sustain, and even more time and money to do the research and development needed to do anything practical with it.
You don't advertise the truth that it would take a lot of work and effort to develop the technology to a state where it could power a home, cut their electric bills, or allow them to go off the grid. You advertise as if they can purchase the plans from you, take a trip to the hardware store, and in a fairly short period of time be able to power their
home. This is, of course, bullsh*t.
Anyone thinking about buying your plans should realize several things.
-- Replicating the magnetic effects of the technology will not be easy. It would require purchasing various magnets, possibly manufacturing custom shaped magnets, doing lots of trial and error positioning of them, and performing countless hours of tests.
-- The equipment needed to determine if any energy is being gained will be expensive. Tachometers, torque meters, data acquisition systems, and appropriate software are not cheap.
-- Lots of time would be required. There is no way in heck someone would be able to build a system that could power their home in a few days. It would require months or years of work.
If someone wants to start an R and D program to investigate the Howard Johnson technology, your plans may be helpful. However, for the ordinary person without tens of thousands of dollars and months or years of time to invest, they are worthless. That's right; they are not worth one, single, red cent.
Stop preying on clueless individuals. You may think, "If people are so ignorant and stupid, they deserve to have their money taken from them." However, it is never right to lie, and there is never a justification to misrepresent a product.
You are currently lying and misrepresenting your product. The best thing you can do is close up shop, take down your websites, and give out refunds -- if you have not already spent all the money you have stolen.
What really makes me angry is that you give free energy technology a bad name. There are ways to produce free energy from magnets, but it is not nearly as simple as you claim it to be. It requires hard work, a lot of money, and a lot of time.
So crawl back into the hole you came from, and never come out again.
We don't need you, the exotic energy movement does not need you, and your customers (victims) don't need you.
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