TWM gets US patent on overunity electromagnetic motor
Allegedly, not only does TWM Technology, LLC's motor produces enough electricity to keep its batteries topped off, with energy left over for other use, but it also produces torque. The motor does not heat up under load, so it can be built from cheaper materials, including wood and plastic.
TWM's 15 x 30-inch motor prototype is expected to produce 600 HP and 5,000 VAC -- enough to power a pickup truck.
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Copyright © 2010
Henry Johnson, Marketing Director for TWM Technology, LLC, contacted me on Sept. 7 to inform me that one of their electric motor patents had been awarded that same day.
The patent describes the layout of the motor, but it doesn't say that with this layout the motor is allegedly able to run from a battery, keep that battery charged, and produce excess energy for use -- harvesting electrical energy from the environment somehow in the process. It's like a solar array, harvesting energy from nature, except that the source of power doesn't rise and set each day, nor is it obstructed by clouds, dust or bird droppings. Put simply, it is claimed (not in the patent) to be a self-looped system with energy left over for use. The excess comes from nature through the set-up.
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