Power JMD Building Test Prototypes of their Q-Mo-Gen
I spoke with Daniel Hazelton, a junior partner of Power JMD who has seen two prototypes
running, the second of which he funded. He said the inventor is coming to the US to build more prototypes for third party
testing in preparation for the next round of funding.
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I received a call from Daniel Hazelton on Monday, asking for a referral of some
patent attorneys, which I gave him (linking him to Ray Jennings, the current
President of NEST [which we founded last
year], who is a business attorney and has exotic-free-energy-friendly patent attorney connections).
Dan is a junior partner at Power
JMD, which we began featuring in June of this year. They are one of the
leading companies on our index of self-looped
motor-generator systems, and will be moving up the list due to the
developments reported here. (I coined the term "Q-mo-gens" for these
types of systems, due to the shape
of the letter Q implying looped with energy left over. For those of you who are not
familiar, these are systems in which a smaller motor is able to turn a larger
generator because somehow the system harnesses the wheelwork of nature; and the
generator produces enough energy to serve as a prime mover [producing usable
electricity] as well as to keep the drive motor turning. The domain name
QMoGen.com presently forwards to our PESWiki index page, but the first group that actually
gets these to market, I will be willing to let them take this name, if they want
it.) Power JMD is one of now 26 independent inventors or companies that claim to
have a similar system, each coming up with theirs, separate from anyone else, as
far as I can tell.
Dan financed the build of the second Power JMD prototype; and he said that he
has seen both the first and the second prototype run.
The first prototype had to be plugged into the wall to start up, after which it
was unplugged, and then ran various loads, including power tools. The second
prototype didn't have to be plugged in to start up. (My guess is that it has a
battery that is used to start the system, like in a car, and the battery is then
replenished once the system comes up to speed.) He said that after seeing them
run for ten to fifteen minutes, he was satisfied (apparently he didn't feel the
need to run it long enough to rule out the possibility that there might be
batteries hidden away somewhere).
Though he is based in the United States, Dan has activities in Europe, the
Bahamas, and Costa Rica. He struck me as being good at business.
He said it would be okay for me to mention that this Fall, the French inventor, Jean-Marc Dechamboux, will be coming to a location in the US to begin working on the next series
of prototypes which can then be tested by third parties for full validation.
The longest the present prototypes have been run has been only 24 hours. The
primary reason for this is that Jean-Marc lives in an apartment complex and running
the device in its present form, without being engineered with sound baffling, is
a nuisance to the other tenants.
Dan spoke very highly of Jean-Marc, saying that he is a "super honest guy."
Whether or not the technology will do what they hope it will once scaled for
mass production, he was confident in saying that in the present form, "It's
the real deal."
He also said they had an engineer come by recently to see the prototype running.
The engineer has had his career in the automobile manufacturing industry,
including with Peugeot and Chrysler. After seeing the prototype, he sent Power
JMD a full-blow joint venture agreement proposal, with two major regions of the
earth as territories.
Dan said it is way premature to make such offers, but that this is a good
indication of that engineer's confidence in what he witnessed. He said Jean-Marc
grateful for the coverage we've given him, and that they had a lot of inquiries
following that about purchasing units, investing, getting licenses to distribute
or manufacture, etc.
He said that "In the coming weeks, we will be seeking outside capital to
finance the next phases of development." That is the primary purpose for
building the next set of prototypes and placing them in a setting where they can
be viewed continuously running, to the satisfaction of those doing third party
Power JMD will be forming a US company in the next couple of weeks. And then
after a month or two, they might be sending out a letter to some of the people
who have expressed an interest in being involved.
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