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2014; 10:00 am MDT
QEG Overunity Claimed
Image courtesy Whitney Fisher, in Morocco
After a month in Morocco, the Fix The World group has announced that they
finally achieved more energy out than was is input to the Quantum
Effect Generator (QEG). A commenter points out that their reading of the
oscilloscope is incorrect, and that they are not yet overunity. Self-looping
would put that to rest.
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Being busy with the Solar Hydrogen Trends demo trip and report, I've been a bit
slow to reporting on a significant development in the Quantum Energy Generator
On May 18, a month after arriving in Morocco, nearly to the day, HopeGirl posted this video,
showing her step-father, James Robitaille achieving what they say is
"overunity" -- more power out than what they put in, due to harvesting
the wheelwork of nature. You have to give them credit for getting this far
within the limits of the developing world.
As of the time of this writing, that video has already received over 5300
visits. Unfortunately, comments are disabled, though in part I don't blame them.
Critics can be so insensitive and brutal -- and libelous.
Regarding the oscilloscope shot that is shown in the video, in rebuttal, a
comment on Facebook stated:
Gomez wrote: I think they made a big mistake. The power out is something less
than 238W at best which is roughly 36%. If you want Volt Ampere product from
peak to peak voltage and current of sine waves, multiply the two together and
then divide by eight. Actual power is always less than or equal to the Volt
From my limited perspective, the amount of light bulbs they had running as a
load was not equivalent to 1.2 kW. The number given by John is closer: less than
The most important milestone to validate overunity will be when they can loop
the output through a battery and/or inverter and/or other power conditioner to
run the input. Then, when they get more than enough to do that, they'll have a
base load generator that is practical for power production for running stuff.
I don't want to sound like I'm beating up on the QEG crew. I certainly wish them
well and hope, like everyone else, that they can pull this off. They're
obviously trying hard and have good intentions, and we thank them for that.
Here are some relevant links pertaining to this development:
Here's a photo of the Morocco team that Dave posted on his blog.
On May 18, Valerie, James's wife and Hope's mother, forwarded this message from
|It is proposed to create a standardized report template called the 'QEG Test & Measurement Report' which can then be populated with the experimental methods, measurement equipment, and results obtained by each group. This will be a combination of photos, graphs and short amounts of text where appropriate which can be inserted in to placeholders within the report template. The report will be structured as follows:
- A table to contain the issue number of the report (e.g. QEG Morocco Group Issue 2). This will allow for Configuration Control so that further results and data can be added to each group's own report as and when appropriate, and the general public can always ensure they are working with the most up to date data and information. This is to allow for the fact the QEG development will no doubt be an evolving project.
- A short introduction. This will be pre-written and will link across to the 'QEG Build Manual' which is currently being updated (release date, May 23rd).
- Test & Measurement Equipment. A short overview of the equipment used by the particular QEG group to make the measurements e.g. Agilent High Voltage Probe N2791A, a photo, and maybe a link to the website where they can find one. This means anyone wanting to do their own measurements know what kit to buy. More importantly, it also demonstrates to any skeptics that the right measurement equipment is being used and that we are not amateurs.
- Circuit Diagrams: Either a hand sketch or a nicely done computer generated circuit diagram of the QEG configuration so people can wire their own system up in an identical manner.
- Results: A combination of, for example, Excel graphs and shots from an oscilloscope screen / power monitor. Also links to YouTube videos where people can see this particular QEG configuration running.
If all of the QEG groups can standardize their reporting procedures, it will:
- Help others replicating the QEG.
- Demonstrate professionalism and competency to any skeptics.
- By including as many details as possible, this will also significantly reduce the number of questions by email such as "What value capacitance did you use" etc. so it will also be a BIG time saver.
I do not anticipate this being a large document - maybe 10-20 pages depending on how much testing has been done, nor should it take long to populate the data. The whole idea of having a report template ready to populate is to make 'disclosure' an easier experience. From my perspective in a large engineering company, if I wanted to get the attention of my boss with the QEG, it would be much better to put a report on his desk than to ask him to look at a website or YouTube video. So this will further propel QEG power to the people.
I plan to have the report template finished and ready to send out by Friday 23rd May. Please email Val/Hope with any suggestions for the report template that I may have missed out.
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