Platinum Invests' Palladium assembly photos and video
Dr. Umberto Stranieri has provided us with 26 photos and a video of
their 20 kW Palladium being assembled as they prepare for larger
Pure Energy Systems News
I've had Platinum Invests in #1 position in our Top 5 Exotic Free
Energy Technologies listing for a few months now. Part of that is due to my
having been show a brochure they have (not public yet) in which they list the
various outputs and the price for those devices, along with their specs. They
also list the university in which third party testing was done.
I have to admit that I'm also swayed by Dr. Umberto Stranieri's promise to me
that I would get one of the first units, to power my house with, hopefully in
the first quarter of 2014.
I list them as a QMoGen, though I'm not sure
that it falls into that classification of a smaller motor powering a larger
generator, which self-loops to keep the motor going, with excess energy left
over. The Palladium is not built using off-the-shelf components. It is
built from scratch. But still, it seems to have some of the same electrical
principles as we see in the QMoGen types of systems.
Like many of these leading inventors and companies, I rarely hear from them,
because they are busy working on their technology.
But today I was able to hit a a jack pot as Dr. Stranieri sent me a bunch
of photos and one video, and said I could post them. I wasn't able to get any
descriptions from him as to what the devices we are seeing are capable of, or
how they measure. From their earlier video, I presume the unit being shown under
construction here is the 7.5 kW system. [On January 11, Dr. Stranieri clarified
that it is 20 kW.]
One very positive thing that I think it is safe to conclude is that they are now
comfortable with their Intellectual Property protection. Before, they didn't
want photos out there of the internal components because they hadn't yet
achieved IP protection.
According to the naming of the photos, with year, date, month, I presume that
they were taken between November 8, 2013 and December 31, 2013. Using this same
presumption, the video file was dated December 31, 2013 as well.
Following the photos, I embed the video I uploaded, which has the photos as
Rather than compress these images down to just 300 or 400 px wide, I'm splurging
here on bandwidth and am presenting all of them in 600 px resolution. If you
click on the file, you can download the image in its original full size. Or you
can download a zip
file (23 Mb) with all the original photos.
Dr. Umberto Stranieri
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- Platinum-Invests building Palladium magnet generators
(PESN; May 13, 2014)
of Batteries Shown in Palladium Demo (PESN; February 21,
Magnetic Engine now on display for licensing in Abu Dhabi (PESN;
February 18, 2014)
Invests' booth at World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi (PESN;
February 11, 2014)
Invests present world's first free energy car and plane? (PESN; January
Invests cautions about counterfeits
(PESN; January 13, 2014)
Invests' E-Mag assembly photos and video (PESN; January 10, 2014)
Invests' QMoGen moved to #1 in Top 5 (Free Energy Blog; November 12, 2013)
Silly Video from Platinum Invests (QMoGen)
(Free Energy Blog; September 24, 2013)
Invests' 50s B Movie Features Q-Mo-Gen (E-Mag) and Reactor (PureEnergyBlog;
August 31, 2013)
Invests Group Presents Photos and Video of E-MAG (PureEnergyBlog;
June 22, 2013)
Magnetic Propulsion Engine by Platinum Invests Group (PESWiki; June 19, 2013)