11/29/2005 11:21:00 AM|W|P|izahan|W|P|Who wouldn't want free energy? With the amount of electrical gizmos I have running at my home, I could do with my own supply of electricity that is not connected to a money meter. There are a lot of free energy stuff running about on the internet and this just one of many interesting ones that I stumbled across. It's called the Wimhurst Electrostatic Machine. It's based on a concept similar to the way we charge ourselves up before getting a rather nasty surprise when touching something metallic - hurts doesn't it? It's called static electricity. I'm no expert but I think this is how the Wimhurst Machine works: There are two disks rotating opposite each other - one clockwise, the other counter clockwise. There are foil sections on the disks (one aluminium and one copper, I think). The disks rotate at a few thousand RPMs to generate static electricity between them. A pulley system spins the disks. Then there are pickups (usually brushes, like in the electric motor) that collect this electricity and stores them in a capacitor. The energy storing capacitors are called Leyden jars and are made from metal, plastic and glass. You get to the stored electricity via contacts that exit the two Lynden jars - positive and negative - just like conventional power points. There is probably a voltage regulator in there somewhere. The most famous Wimhurst machine has to be the Testatika which is running somewhere in Switzerland. It is said to have perpetual motion - the disks spinning contiuously without intervention - and is powering a small religious community. Free clean energy... I gotta have one!|W|P|113326159729361550|W|P|Wimhurst Electrostatic Machine|W|P|izahan@gmail.com11/30/2005 05:51:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|It's really a nice find but I wonder how much electricity could one expect to get from these. I'd definitely love to get one :P11/30/2005 05:55:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Christopher Goff|W|P|Anybody whos taken a Thermodynamics course knows that this is just a scam. There is no such thing as a free-energy machine, or a perpetual-motion machine. It is impossible by the Second Law of Thermodynamics. If such a thing were actually true, these guys would have won the Nobel Prize for Physics.

Ask yourselves? What energy source is spinning the disks? It says a pulley system, which means mechanical, which means it has to be driven by something. A motor? What powers the motor? The static generated in the capacitors? Its just not possible. You can't get more energy out of a system than what you put in.

This is a hoax.11/30/2005 06:04:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|umm. That is complete bull.To create static electricity you have to apply the energy to seperate it from the molecules. As for perpeptual motion machines they are a complete fiction, It is a law of physics. I think its the third law of thermodynamics. Also in the stated setup you would have 2 opposite spinning plates opposidly charged. They would attract each other and slow down through electromagnetic force.11/30/2005 10:17:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|It's Leyden Jar, not Lynden Jar... Discovered in 1745 by the Dutch physicist Pieter van Musschenbroek. It's called after the place of it's dicovery, Leyden (Leiden), the Netherlands.
Just noticed it, being Dutch..11/30/2005 11:00:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|We've gone over these machines before in physics. This is most definately a scam. Wimhurst machines are real, we have one in our classroom right now, but they are powered by a crank, and they produce a small lightening bolt between the two metel spheres you see in the picture. You couldn't power your house with one.12/01/2005 01:54:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|Bit bizaa that at most an engine can only be 40% efficient. Ah physics a subject in Britain that they cant find people to teach anymore.12/01/2005 04:17:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|what's the third law of thermodynamics. You have to explain it to me, i think what u third law is the same second law. law 0, law 1 and law 2. Y si este aparato funciona (lo que dudo), el creador es un duro, lo que se podria hacer con algo asi. Pero creo que si viola la 2a ley de la termo, ademas creo que no produzca voltaje, por mucho producira un poco de corriente pero dudo que alcance si quiera para prender un bombillo12/01/2005 06:32:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|Thats a tessla coil your talking about..LOLOL12/01/2005 06:53:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|perpetual motion does not exsist. you might get a rechard rate pretty close to amount of energy expensed, but never equal or more. physics prove that...12/01/2005 11:04:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|This is totally crap, indeed, if this was possible, then they would win the nobel price of physics.
Even a battery is more efficient then that thing. And with what energy source you have let those spinning disks turnin? That cost also a lot of money, conclusion: This product is developed to destruct12/01/2005 04:02:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|To all of you and especiallt Christopher Goff. The law of physics or what nots are not written in stone. Indeed it has been proven worng factually.

Please visit this site(http://www.cheniere.org) and go through some of the links to find out that a patent has been made and a prototype as well that has no inputs, no moving parts but outputs electrical current. It is done using the Zero point energy in a vaccum.

Yes it has been patented in the US and yes there is a working prototype for the last 2 years. All that is needed is money to commercialise it.

It is true you can have "free" electricity...12/01/2005 08:22:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|Yah, Tom Bearden also thinks there's a huge weather machine in Russia controlled by the Yakuza.

The theories are warm and fuzzy, but he won't let any real scientists test his MEG machine.

I can patent monkeys flying from my butt, but it doesn't mean it's gonna happen.

Just my $.0212/02/2005 03:25:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|Free-Energy is not a hoax as some ignorant people would tend to label it as. If you think about it logically...the global economy is greatly based on huge corporations and even countries battling for the last tidbits of natural resources left. And by last tidbits...Im talking about the gunk they haven't even discovered yet.
Cold-Fusion has been around since the 1970's.....at first it was dismissed, but if you search for it you will readily find a number of people that have duplicated the experiment and obtained some rather interesting results. The experiment im reffering to is the process by which a paladium anode and a "another-element" cathode, are inserted into heavy water...producing what can only be described as fusion at room temperature.
So in conclusion...Greed is stopping this world from being a healthier...safer...less poverty ridden global society. Blame the US, Isreal, Arabs, and I guess China too. Although im not quite sure why I would blame China....other than they are mysterious as the evil scientist across the street....Good day.12/03/2005 02:46:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|To the above post, you are a total utter uniformed nutter, you have no idea what you are talking about, go back to college and learn some physics!12/03/2005 08:56:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|... And take off that damned uniform!12/03/2005 02:51:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|This type of generator should not be completley discounted. The fact that it would power itself is obviously impossible, but as stated earlier these can be powered by crank. Similar to a crank it could be powered by a machine like an excercise bike, or other moving excercise machines.

Though the energy output would be extremly low just like with other crank ones, if marketed well it could be a tool to inspire fat people to excercise with the thought of free power. In reality it would be using much of their bodies energy, but many people wouldn't think of it like that possibly causing a decrease of obesity in America.12/03/2005 04:11:00 PM|W|P|Blogger esioe|W|P|shit if things like that wouldn't work! spare me your hater mumbo jumbo. ben franklin found ac/ also,
and he built a huge generator that ran off of the electric in the air and harvested it very similar to this "hoax" so instead of putting that out he and the other masons marketed the electic in a profit bearing form...
ha read a book that means something12/03/2005 05:23:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|You can cheat on yourself but not nature or physics.
The generator is a scam.
The text says it uses inductivity, in other words you put in energy and then let it ozcilate forth and back. Of course energy is lost to resisters until all is gone.
ZPE comes close to free but is not.
The conditions for it are extreme and not realizeable. The cassimir effect is known for a very long time and there are hundreds of small companies trying to build something since ever. Isn't it strange no one came up with a product?12/03/2005 08:31:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|And yall haven't even touched on the secret GM carburator that would give cars 100+mpg on regular gas.12/04/2005 05:19:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|I was nice before but now this is getting retarded. This machine isn't perpetual motion(as I said, it has a hand crank, try typing while you turn that constantly), and it isn't used to power anything(it couldnt even produce enough power to do any serious damage if you touched it). I know what I'm talking about, we literally wrapped up the physics unit on static electricity last week. This machine is used to demostrate static electricity. Let me put it this way, Wimhurst machines are like bottle rockets, pretty, and they demonstate rocketry well enough, but your not going to the moon with them, for that you need something a bit more complicated, and perpetual motion machines have yet to be invented, they remain a holy grail for physicists to try for. Take a look at dictionary.com's definition (http://dictionary.reference.com/search?r=2&q=Wimshurst%20machine)
see, it says nothing at all about it being used to power any machines. Search google, search wikipedia, search anything you want. If anyone can find a reputible source that says they can produce a Wimhurst Machine that can run perpetual motion and power my house for free (mind you I have a pretty awesome computer, so all the lights and telephones and TV's aside, it needs 500 watts for that) I will personally send you all a video of me eating my work shoes. I work at a barn. They're covered in horse defication. I'm not joking. This is a fake, someones sitting by right now laughing their ass off at all of you defending this crackpot article. If you havent taken physics or didnt listen when you did, dont think you can make intelligent replies. Also, no real perpetual motion machine would use anything this primitive. Leyden jars were a precursor to the modern capacitor, not a modern capacitor themselves. Honestly people, do some research or something.12/04/2005 10:22:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|man's wisedom is foolish12/04/2005 10:32:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|all things are possible to them who have faith in God and his power12/05/2005 04:31:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|Even a fool knows he cannot reach the stars, but it does not stop a wise man from trying!12/05/2005 05:14:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|free energy eh.. ill give you some free energy...


*farts*

..there we go. Power your house with that12/06/2005 07:24:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|static electricity is not created it is ambient and it is collected like water from a well. In principle the effort necessary to collect it is much less than the energy collected. Static electricity is trasmitted to the collector by colloidal agglomerations that are in the air forming linear fractal constructs samaller than 9microns in diameter so they cannot be felt they cannot be seen and they can hardly be percieved even through scientific methods. The colloidal agglomerations are the same transmitters that create ligthnings. Somehow most people and even most scientists ignore these facts because they dont appear to be necessary to edify the rest of the theory on static ambient electricity.12/18/2005 12:37:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|I dont no how this thing works properly, but on the axle, could you put a few blades so that it could be wind powered?1/21/2006 10:39:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|You see i got to know this web when searching about "The True Perpetual motion Machines" on MSN Search.

Christopher Goff you said that there is no such thing as a perpetual motion machines, why dont you visit this web site: http://ddnpmfng.blogspot.com/. A web blog talking about building a perpetual motion machine that works. Many are believing, Im still contemplating on seeing a working prototype.3/18/2006 10:37:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|Portable Generator are found abound everywhere. However, when one needs to find out more about Portable Generator, it is better to search here. 11/28/2005 11:48:00 AM|W|P|izahan|W|P|I have too many remote controls. And then I have kids. Not a very good combination. One remote usually ends up in weird places and the other is lunch. What I need is one universal remote control to operate all my AV stuff. At least managing one remote control is easier - at least I hope it is. The Harmony 880 is gorgeous. The curvy shape makes it comfortable to hold and the color LCD screen is just cool. The LCD screen is big and bright and displays icons for the various devices that you could control. It's not a touch sensitive screen though but that's okay. The screen's background image is customisable but image size is limited to about 160KB. Operating the remote in the dark is conveninet as well due to the bright LCD screen and the motion sensor. The remote lights up when you pick it up. Programming the remote is a breeze. Plug it into your computer via USB and download the programming you want from the comprehensive database that is included. Unless you bought a DVD player from Mars, then you should have no problems finding your devices' remote program. Logitech constantly updates its database so new programming for new devices are only a download away. Battery swapping is also a thing of the past. The Harmony 880 comes with a docking station that charges the units' Lithium-Ion batteries. Standby time is about a week under normal use. Utilising Logitech's patented Smart State Technology, the Harmony 880 is able to keep track of the status of 15 devices simultaneously. One remote for multiple devices, no battery swapping with a cool color LCD screen... I gotta have one!|W|P|113317628056040640|W|P|Logitech Harmony 880 Remote Control|W|P|izahan@gmail.com 11/27/2005 06:51:00 PM|W|P|izahan|W|P|Now this is a handy little thing to have. Just stick it into a USB port and you are ready to go. Get those spaces between the keys on the keyboard and whatever little crevice that you fancy vacuuming. Fits in your pocket or a little spot in your laptop bag. No batteries. No power point hunting. Just USB. Plug and suck. It's no Miele vacuum cleaner but I gotta have one!|W|P|113311441786034335|W|P|Genica USB Vacuum Cleaner|W|P|izahan@gmail.com 11/26/2005 08:05:00 PM|W|P|izahan|W|P|A public-private partnership project that aims to build an extremely large telescope based on more than 700 hexagonal-shaped mirror segments with a diameter of 30 meters. Unlike the Hubble Space Telescope, the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) will be built on earth. To overcome the natural distortion of incoming light, it will use adaptive optics systems. The TMT will be capable of gathering light in visible and infrared wavelengths to help scientists in their quest to understand the formation and fate of our universe. Potential locations for the TMT, which is targeted to be completed in 2015, are Northern Mexico, Northern Chile and the peak of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. These sites have been identified based on the criteria that they are far on mountain tops away from major cities and in an area of little atmospheric disturbances due to the wind, turbulences and clouds. I hope I will get to see some pictures from the TMT when it comes online. I am sure that there would be some really interesting ones. Maybe we could even see Coruscant! more at the TMT Website|W|P|113303318957859902|W|P|Thirty Meter Telescope|W|P|izahan@gmail.com 11/26/2005 06:02:00 PM|W|P|izahan|W|P|This is one thing that would make my life easier - a trashcan that opens it's lid when I want to throw something in it! No more bending over to open the lid. No more stepping on a little foot pedal either. Not that the old ways don't work anymore but this touchless way is just way cooler. Using harmless infrared technology, the trashcan is able to detect your hand when it is within 6 inches of the lid via an infrared sensor. A smart chip then sends a signal for the lid to open. The lid then closes after 3 seconds upon you removing your hand.There are also manual buttons to open and close the lid and a power switch at the back of the trashcan. Power comes via 4 D size batteries. Comes with a garbage bag fix ring so that the bag will stay open and not slip down. You still have to manually empty the trashcan when it gets full though. Maybe you can get your robosapien to do that chore... I can already imagine a tweak for this unit: better motors that can open the lid faster so that I can just toss over some trash instead of walking over to the trashcan. Less work is always good. I gotta have one.|W|P|113302570527449987|W|P|Touchless Trashcan|W|P|izahan@gmail.com11/26/2005 08:14:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Tim Linden|W|P|If I could only convince my wife we needed one..11/26/2005 09:43:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Drzaius|W|P|Eh.. They've had these around in the 'manual' version for some time.. Good for people who have no feet though.11/26/2005 10:36:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous T3Roar|W|P|Waste of $99 to be honest...who the fuck is that lazy, i thought you could at least clap at it, being able to throw it from far would be better for the lazy man, you could always get an open top one which needs no batteries...11/26/2005 11:15:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|lol, they have something like that on my campus already, the garbage can even says "thank you" after you've thrown your garbage in it. its convient for when you gotta dump the garbage off your tray though i think its kind of a waste of money.11/27/2005 12:10:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Omega Quade|W|P|because the foot pedal thing was too time consuming. I'd also like my cupboard to open when i try to reach for something. And my ass to get wiped when I finish taking a crap.11/27/2005 02:14:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|toilet sits that squirts water after taking crap is sold here in japan. it's installed in offices also and in homes too.11/28/2005 04:41:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|To Omega Quade, I've been working on it for some time. The extracting or sucking solution seems more promising than the wiping one.

To Anonymous, there have been those 'water squirting toilets' in France for centuries. It's called a "bidet". They are in use in private houses and hotels and are usually found in the bedroom, not in the toilet. If there were those in public places, I wonder who would deliberately sit on it and get cold 'public' water sprayed all over one's backside...

Goz11/28/2005 04:44:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|To Omega Quade, I've been working on it for some time. The extracting or sucking solution seems more promising than the wiping one.

To Anonymous, there have been those 'water squirting toilets' in France for centuries. It's called a "bidet". They are in use in private houses and hotels and are usually found in the bedroom, not in the toilet. If there were those in public places, I wonder who would deliberately sit on it and get cold 'public' water sprayed all over one's backside...

Goz3/18/2006 03:09:00 PM|W|P|Blogger blog8181|W|P|We have been trying our best to furnish as much about Trash Can as possible. Read on to find out if our efforts are worth it! 11/22/2005 04:39:00 PM|W|P|izahan|W|P|Different rooms, different music, one source, one remote to control it all. Even better when the source is your PC - which stores tons of your music selection. And it's all wireless. My scrounging around the internet lead me to the Sonos Digital Music System. A wireless music system that feeds of your digital music collection: MP3, WMA, AAC(MPEG-4), Ogg Vorbis, Flac, WAV and AIFF formats are all supported and the firmware can be upgraded to cater for future formats. It doesn't do DRM-encrypted and Apple or WMA lossless formats at the moment though. It also does playlists. Formats supported are: Rhapsody, iTunes, WinAmp, Windows Media Player and MusicMatch. You can just port over your favourite playlist which will save some time setting the unit up. Album art is also supported and images are displayed on Controller unit. Supported formats are: JPEG, PNG, BMP & GIF. Not only does it play your stored collection, it can also play internet radio stations using streaming MP3 and WMA formats. In fact, the ZonePlayer unit already comes with over 100 pre-programmed internet radio stations - which is convenient. This is the system in a nutshell (via Sonos): The system allows you to play simultaneous or different music on each of the ZonePlayers. Sonos claims that the system works right out of the box. This eliminates the need to do wireless networking setup which can be a pain at times. Nice. Minimum setup requires a ZonePlayer, a Controller and a pair of speakers. The ZonePlayer is the box that does the music processing. It can network with other ZonePlayers via Sonosnet - "a secure, wireless mesh network that streams music to other ZonePlayers, avoiding sources of wireless interference" (via Sonos). The built-in amplifier is capable of powering large or small speakers with 50W per channel. There is also subwoofer output with automatic crossover. A 4 port ethernet switch allows multiple connections to PCs or other ZonePlayers. But the charm is in the wireless networking - a one-button operation allows a ZonePlayer to connect to another seamlessly. Then there is the controller unit. You just need one of these to manage multiple ZonePlayers that you setup housewide. The Controller allows you browse through your music collection by Artist, Genre, Track Name, Composer or Playlist. You can also build multiple queues for multiple ZonePlayers and save them. Seperate playback options can also be programmed for multiple ZonePlayers. Physically, the Controller unit comes with a high-res backlit full-colour LCD screen. There is also a movement sensor that switches the unit on when you pick it up - no more searching for a power button in the dark. A scroll wheel selector - similar to the iPod I suspect - provides easy and quick navigation of the menus. Last, but not least, are the speakers. The Sonos speakers operate at a bandwidth of 75Hz-20kHz with a sensitivity of 85dB @ 2.83 volts/meter. Nominal impedance is 8 ohms and crossover frequency is at 1.85kHz. The drive components are a two-way system using one 1" magnetically shielded Teteron dome driver with 5.5" magnetically shielded polypropylene copolymer core woofer. That was a mouthful. Power handling is 75 Watts. The good thing is that if you already have a favourite set of speakers, you can use that instead. An easy to setup music system that feeds off my MP3 collection - plus, one Controller to rule them all... I gotta have one!|W|P|113267480480329488|W|P|Sonos Digital Music System|W|P|izahan@gmail.com 11/17/2005 04:09:00 PM|W|P|izahan|W|P|I have always wanted to own a vacuum cleaner that does the cleaning by itself. I shopped around for one a while back but did not find one that I liked. I bumped into this new offering from Electrolux on the 'net just now and it caught my eye. Let's see what it is all about, shall we? Electrolux says that it released the first Trilobite back in 2001. Apparently it created quite a sensation. Me, I missed it. The Trilobite 2.0 is the next generation follow-up and it boasts around 200 improvements to the old model. The 2.0 has a timer system built into it. This allows you to preset times for it to go about it's cleaning duties. When done, the little robot will make it's way back to its docking bay and recharge itself. Then there is an array of sensors that keeps the Trilobite from running into things and falling down the stairs. It uses ultrasound (like a bat) to avoid objects but I'm not quite sure how it avoids falling down stairs - maybe the same ultrasound sensor processed by a special algorithm. It still cannot change its own filter though so I still need to do that. But hey, with two kids who make a mess regularly, this little thing will be a huge help! I just hope that the kids don't flip it over though... I gotta have one.|W|P|113224287457131218|W|P|Electrolux Trilobite 2|W|P|izahan@gmail.com11/18/2005 03:20:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Important Information|W|P|Hey Nice website. I was just wondering. How do you make it so that when you post a new topic that the topics' title is on the left side tool bar? Could you possibly tell me what the code is for that? Thanks11/18/2005 10:34:00 PM|W|P|Blogger izahan|W|P|Thank you, important information.

As for the titles that I do on the left toolbar, it's all manual labot I'm afraid. I removed the recent post section and replaced it with a normal list. Then, everytime I post, I add a list item manually.11/18/2005 10:35:00 PM|W|P|Blogger izahan|W|P|I meant to say 'manual labor'... 11/09/2005 02:10:00 PM|W|P|izahan|W|P|Now you can setup your own little CSI lab at home. Okay, so maybe just a tiny corner of a CSI lab but a CSI lab nonetheless. On to the microscope... Plug and play makes it simple to setup. The microscope magnifies up to 200x at 3 intervals - 10x, 60x & 200x. It also allows you to take still shots, time lapse movies and video via your PC. Video playback is at 15fps (640 x 480 resolution). The scope itself is detachable from the stand so that you can get up close to bigger stuff. I gotta have one to scan the small print on my paycheck!|W|P|113154232769011671|W|P|USB Microscope QX5|W|P|izahan@gmail.com 11/07/2005 09:38:00 PM|W|P|izahan|W|P|Powered by Citizen's Eco-Drive technology, this watch never needs a battery replacement - well, not unless you leave it in the dark for 5 years or so... The Eco-Drive system powers the watch's special power cell via a solar charger built under the watch fatce. The special thing about this solar charger is that it can power-up the power cell via any light source - sun or otherwise. The watch also has the capability to keep track of the time in 22 different time zones for 30 different cities. There are also three world time alarms and a 99-minute countdown timer. Water resistance is up to 100 meters (330 feet) and the glass is made of scratch-resistant, non-reflactive mineral crystal. The Skyhawk is built for pilots and has an inner dial that shows you UTC and an outer dial for doing time & fuel calculations. Pretty handy for international travellers. I gotta have one.|W|P|113139673229676560|W|P|Citizen Skyhawk Watch|W|P|izahan@gmail.com 11/04/2005 10:41:00 PM|W|P|izahan|W|P|Weighing in at a mere 9 grams, the Discovery 640 will allow you to stay connected like never before. How you say? Well, for one thing, it has this nifty little pocket charger (powered by a single AAA battery) that allows you talk time of up to 15 hours! If you get a call while the headset is in your pocket, it will flash and vibrate to alert you of the incoming call.I gotta have one.|W|P|113114121783312368|W|P|Plantronics Discovery 640 Bluetooth Headset|W|P|izahan@gmail.com12/22/2005 04:27:00 PM|W|P|Anonymous Anonymous|W|P|check out wireless headsets here:

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