Inventor demonstrates motor powered by permanent magnets

[mksboysal] Muammer Yildiz demonstrates his permanent magnet powered motor in Delft University, Holland. A retired Turkish police officer, he spent all his retirement money on R&D. Within 2 years he was able to perfected this magnet powered motor. At the end of the video he takes the motor apart and shows all plastic parts filled with magnets. There are no hidden wires, no batteries attached. He is using propulsion power of the rare earth powerful magnets. After he secured a World Patent he openly demonstrated his magnet motor at various universities in Europe.

Inventor demonstrates his motor powered with permanent magnets.According to established 1860 laws of thermodynamics perpetual motion violates 1st and the 2nd laws thermodynamics! Well, definitely it was true 140 years ag...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHW6b1aFPfU#t=530.982125
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You are correct about the laws of thermodynamics so I'm yet to see a system that can put out more energy than is put into it. Still, if this guy has come up with a situation that can write a new law of physics that amends Newtons conservation of energy, then I'll be throwing myself at his feet in awe... and it will revolutionise the world, making us no longer reliant on fossil fuels and industry generated energy.

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@OzSurfer You are correct about the laws of thermodynamics so I'm yet to see a system that can put out more energy than is...

http://www.cheniere.org/

Scroll down to "The Motionless Electromagnetic Generator (MEG)" Note the link to "How the MEG works". It is so simple anybody can understand it, and it works well enough to patent. It is not a commercial success because they can't make a stable model.

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