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how can I wire my starship coil and make it work? Answered

My starship coil is  cool but I have yet to wire it to a fan motor to make it spin magnets at high speed how can I do this I have seen it on youtube but I havn't been able to wire it up please help and please research starship coils instead of guessing first google it.

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rickharris

6 years ago

OK you have to stop at the over unity bit - IT DOESN'T WORK

By all means experiment BUT don't believe what you may see on U tube or what the web may tell you.


Nothing for Nothing.

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mellowdogrickharris

Answer 3 years ago

It does works, induction of extra current (60%) just by passing the current through.

I currently charge batteries using coils built using Vortex Based Mathmatics, WIRELESSLY !

We all start closed minded, growing up is part of it . . . . . ie being nice.

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nerd7473rickharris

Answer 6 years ago

I think it may be possible but I know perpetual motion isn't

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rickharrisnerd7473

Answer 6 years ago

In any mechanical or electrical system there will be losses, heat, friction, sound all take energy away from the system - This is the underlying reason why you can't get more out than you put in.

The idea of most Over unity systems is that they tap into some kind of hidden energy that no one else knows about - As far as we know this doesn't exist.

It is very tempting to think you can extract the "energy" from magnets to supply this extra energy but again this doesn't work no matter what you see on You tube!

Sorry OU in the material world is impossible.

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rickharrisnerd7473

Answer 6 years ago

OK - I guess you need to put your magnets on a very good bearing - Then arrange for a rotating current to energise each loop in turn - This is how a stepper motor works so looking for info on them will help you.

Your almost certainly going to need to use a microprocessor.

http://www.picaxe.com/docs/picaxe_manual3.pdf

May help

NO OU though.

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nerd7473rickharris

Answer 6 years ago

then I guess I will build a starship coil stepper motor

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Kiteman

6 years ago

Hahahahahahaha!

Oh, wait, he's serious...

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steveastrouk

6 years ago

Looks like woo-woo to me. What do you think it will do ?

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Jayefuusteveastrouk

Answer 6 years ago

He he he....

"The Rodin Coil consists of a pair of wires wrapped around a doughnut-shaped core in a star pattern. Rodin claims this particular design, deduced from his number theory, yields different electromagnetic properties than any other coil - enabling it to create perpetual energy, and thus breaking fundamental laws of physics. Rodin admits no being able to build those coils himself - as he is "not an electrical engineer" (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVrrtigKcpE&feature=related at 3:00). In absence of any scientific proof, it remains therefore highly questionable, to say the least, whether the Rodin coil has any special physical properties.

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_rodin_coil#ixzz25Eh4ha3O
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nerd7473Jayefuu

Answer 6 years ago

I was specifically asking about the starship version

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frollardnerd7473

Answer 6 years ago

We lack starships...this is why.

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nerd7473steveastrouk

Answer 6 years ago

Create ovrrunity by spinning a spherical magnet then having that energy be measured to hopefully be more than the input of the power source