OS: Nigerian QMoGen Plans
- Verify, clarify, optimize, propagate
- Present Status
- Plans posted. Need to be validated.
Compiled by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
December 12, 2013
On December 7, a guy who prefers to go by just Chas sent me an email saying:
- While looking through some old back up discs, I found the attached word doc that gives details on building a Q-mo-gen. I remember reading the first pages and filing it because it was of Nigerian origin. Because of the number of claims recently, I decided to have another look.
In reading through the document and doing a little editing, I'd make the following observations, for what its worth:
- The plans do describe what I've come to call a QMoGen design (self-looped motor-generator system with extra energy left over for practical use).
- Whoever composed the plans is confident that this design works, saying: "The fact is that it is working perfectly o.k."
- While not comprehensive, the plans do seem that they could be adequate for someone skilled in electronics to be able to replicate, if it indeed works.
- While there was a lot of minor editing needed, overall, this person's English is pretty good. He is obviously well educated, probably a college graduate.
- He's written this document for the lay person who has no electronics background.
- There is no identifying information to pinpoint who wrote this, what country they live in, when they wrote it (after July 2010); other than a mention in the opening that the design was invented by some Nigerians; and another mention at the end that parts can be found from "Alaba international market, Lagos", as if that is a familiar source. A Google search points to http://www.alabaelectronics.com/
- Moving parts: rapidly turning shafts, belts.
- The electrical power being generated by these systems could be deadly if improperly handled.
- Batteries involved acid as well as possible off-gassing
- Experiment at your own risk. PES / NEST is not liable for any accidents that may result.
- Full Article with Plans Here: