Tim Harwood MA Feb v timharwoodusanet

The world's first excess energy experiment using household items amp Radio Shack parts This experiment dates from the fall of 2001 when the Twin Towers were crumbling in New York. It concerns an attempt to replicate a rather obscure device invented in the 1960s, commonly referred to as the 'Adams motor.' The vision I had held was to produce a cheap and simple excess energy experiment, that could be replicated at home for minimal cost. Somewhat to my own surprise, but not due to lack of...

The Original Hard Drive Motor

Back Motors

This fascinating motor was based upon a rotor scavenged from an old computer hard drive. Hence as one would expect, it is almost entirely frictionless, and also very well calibrated. Between the dual hard drive platters reside 4 1 2 12.7mm square faced NIB magnets, fixed in place with high strength epoxy glue, at 90 degrees apart. The diameter of the hard drive platters disks is 130mm. The stator cores are made from permalloy these were found to produce better results than relay cores . The...