Is there really a theory behind the hojo motor scam? Answered
I ran into it on line. More truthfully, it ran into me. I've never heard of it. I do know it's a scam, you can't spend $100.00 at the hardware store and build a device that supplies 120 volts at 2oo amps to power a house. The whole thing did pique my curiosity, just like a gasifier or hovercraft or flying lawnmower would. The problem is that if you try to find just information on what the thing is all you get is page after page after page of scam sites or people trying to sell plans for some mythical device.
The only thing I've been able to ferret out is that it's some kind of perpetual motion device that will power my whole neighborhood if I spend 9 hours building it. I like to think none of my fellow humans are silly enough to believe that.
Anyway, without trying to tell me you have one powering your house and an orphanage out of kindness or trying to sell me plans please explain the theory behind it. Sorry if I sound grumpy, I've been battling scam sites trying to look legitimate for the last hour.