First Fundraising Goal Met: Sterling Going to Geneva; Next Goal: Test Apparatus

By Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

We did it! We’ve surpassed the $3,864 goal at to finance my trip to Geneva “To document this validation event, speak at press conference, secure an agreement to make the design available through an open license.” Now that the goal has been met, Indiegogo has transfered the funds raised to the PES PayPal account.

Thanks to all 59 of you who have helped so far. This makes a great E-Ster present for me! It was a magnet motor that got me involved nearly 11 years ago in this quest for free energy. Now, finally, I’m going to be able to see one working for myself.

Now it’s time for me to purchase the plane ticket, reserve a room, and plan the details of my trip to help make history as Yildiz’ all-magnet motor is demonstrated publicly at the Inventors Expo in Geneva, Switzerland from April 10-14, 2013.

The next fundraising goal is to come up with $3,550 to reimburse my friend who is a Ph.D. student in Europe. He is building an apparatus to measure the amount of power being produced by the Yildiz motor.

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He is doing his dissertation on “overunity” systems that go beyond presently-understood laws of physics. The student doesn’t yet want his identity or the identity of the university to be publicly known, though I know who they are, and can vouch that they are credible. I saw a letter of reference from the mentoring professor approving the student to participate in the Geneva expo on behalf of the university.

At first, we were hoping to just connect the shaft of the motor to an alternator to power a 1000-W bank of lights. However, Mr. Yildiz decided against doing that due to an experience he’s had in the past where such a set-up was done, and the shafts were not properly aligned, and it damaged his motor, requiring him to take it apart, taking several hours to repair it.

Mr. Yildiz doesn’t want that to happen while the world is watching at the expo. So he wants to play it safe by just running a 25 cm fan blade, which consumes around 380 Watts at the speed he runs it at. This he knows to be a stable configuration, which will easily hold up.

The question then becomes, “How can we measure that fan in real time?”

The student has proposed a very simple set-up, as shown in the diagram. He would use a Plexiglass tube to direct the incoming air to a fan blade mounted at the back of the tube, which would turn a dynamo and power a small light.

Jim-Rodney_plexiglas-tube-dynamo_600(Diagram by Jim Rodney, NEST)

The reason for the ~1 meter separation of the apparatus from the motor is that Yildiz says that ferrous material interferes with the function of the motor, and needs to be at least that far away.

Such a measurement would only be about 20% efficient, so a 380-Watt source would power an 80-Watt bulb. (Good solar panels are only 20% efficient in turning the sun’s energy into electricity.)

The purpose for this set-up would not be to give an accurate measurement, but just to provide a reality check, showing by measurement that the output of the motor is indeed in the range that the inventor says it is.

Accurate measurements are planned to take place after the Geneva expo, in lab settings.

What we want to demonstrate at the Geneva expo is that the magnet motor does work, and that it runs for a period of time longer than what could be achieved if there were some kind of batteries or other energy storage mechanism being utilized inside the motor casing.

For the size of the motor, the most likely energy storage would be lithium ion batteries. And if the motor body was full of lithium ion batteries, the amount of power it could produce would be 1700 watt-hours. So in order to fully satisfy the skeptics, the demonstration of Yildiz’ motor needs to be for at least long enough to surpass that amount of power.

So if the motor is producing 380 Watts, then it would need to run for 4.5 hours to achieve a 1700 watt-hour output. And the expo is open for 9 hours each day — twice that time, providing ample evidence that the motor is indeed being powered by something that present science cannot account for.

Of course, Mr. Yildiz could just run the motor and fan without this measurement apparatus, but people would have to thrust his word that the output is equivalent to 380 Watts. But if we were going on trust, then we wouldn’t need the demo, right?

So, the purpose of this fundraiser is to reimburse the expense of building this measurement apparatus.

The Ph.D. Student is going to build this, whether or not we help him with the expenses. However, he would greatly appreciate it if we (we the people) could reimburse him, so that he can keep those funds in his kitty for other overunity projects he is investigating and documenting for his Ph.D. That’s why I present this as a “flexible funding” campaign, so he keeps whatever is raised.

So help us spread the word. If we raise the full amount budgeted, then Indiegogo only keeps 4%. But if we don’t reach the goal, they retain 7%.


Someone to Cover Conference Room Cost

In other Yildiz motor news, I’ve posted a page to itemize the needs to be fulfilled in preparation for the Geneva demo.

Rather than have to go out into a parking lot at night to continue the demo after the Expo closes each evening, we’re hoping to find someone who will spring for the cost of a conference room just 20 meters from the Expo center.

While Mr. Yildiz plans to do his overnight demonstrations in a parking lot, it would be nice if we had indoor accommodations, to protect from the weather and cold.

Just 20 meters from the conference center is the Starling Hotel and Conference Center. They have a conference room that is 74 Kvm and space for 30 persons. It costs €566/day, can accommodate up to 30 people, and there is a place to sleep for 2 people, for another €390/night. The ten-day weather forecast shows the expected temperature at night to drop to around freezing. It would be much nicer if the nighttime demo could be held indoors.


I asked Mr. Yildiz if we could do a crowdfunding campaign to raise that money, but he declined. He doesn’t want to be misinterpreted as trying to milk money from people. To a fault, he is funding things from his own pocket. His trip to Geneva is being covered by the Turkish Patent office, who invited him.

However, he is willing to let one person spring for the facility, with no strings attached. I would imagine that the conference room cancellation policy would allow for the reservation to be cancelled 24 to 48 hours ahead of time, if, for some reason that was needed.

The parting lot demo is being planned, and is the fall-back.

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