Yildiz Magnet Motor documentary trailer, March 2013

By Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
March 19, 2013

René van der Woude of mixr.nl in The Netherlands, who is working on a documentary of the Yildiz magnet motor (supposedly “impossible” according to modern academia) has posted a teaser for the film.

Our friend, Jorge Duarte, Assistant Associate Professor of Electromechanics and Power Electronics at Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands, is featured prominently in this teaser, vouching for the motor. He has seen the motor running for 5 hours continuous in two different settings, and he was the one to have it turned off, having seen enough to satisfy him of its authenticity. The fan typically pulls 380 Watts when running at the speeds Yildiz demonstrates.

Rene will be in attendance at the 41st International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva from April 10 – 14, 2013, where Mr. Yildiz has been invited by the Turkish patent office to present his magnet motor, to document that event, as part of his documentary film.

By way of update, I have been involved in much discussion behind the scenes about how to do this demonstration. I’m not at liberty, yet, to say what is being planned, but I should say that it is likely to be much less than I had hoped for. I was hoping for a 1000-watt load bank being powered continuously by the motor, but at this point, it doesn’t look like that is going to happen at the expo. It will be preserved for a later test at a university, where the environment can be more controlled and monitored by the university.

I should also mention that I’ve encountered additional witness statements as to the efficacy of this design, which increased my confidence that Yildiz does have what he claims to have — an all-magnet motor that puts out significant power.

I feel honored to be part of this process, and am hopeful for the likelihood of this being vindicated, eventually.

Patience isn’t something that comes naturally for me, but we have to be willing to let the inventor go at a pace that he is comfortable with.

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