The Robert Adams Motor Under construction
A Wikipedia search for ‘Robert Adams motor’ takes us to Wiki Talk; there is no actual Wiki page for the Adams motor as it has been deleted by the editors. The Wiki editors cannot agree on what to call it – and so it has been relegated to ‘perpetual motion’. Anyone wishing to read this utter drivel, and I would not recommend it, can find the Wiki wimps toing and frowings here: Talk:Adams motor
A Wiki entry for the inventor, “Robert George Adams, founder of the New Zealand Section of the IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers” exists in name only, but clicking the link at the name takes us again to the Wiki page ‘Perpetual motion‘.
The author has personally built one of these motors (just for the hell of it) and what do you know, it worked just as claimed. Whether it was over unity or not, I cannot say as the criteria for an over unity motor is unclear. What I did find was that it was very efficient. It certainly cannot be labeled “Perpetual Motion”. It worked and had it been a perpetual motion devices it would not have worked because perpetual motion is supposed to work on nothing. My version was powered by a small 6 volt charger plugged into the mains supply. A higher voltage is recommended around 110- 120v.
I invite all Wiki editors, scientists and sceptics to do the same as I did before laying down the law on things they don’t understand. No! I retract that statement as such idiots never actually build anything or do anything useful. I invite them to get someone else to build an Adams motor using Adams’ instructions, under their own watchful eye and then actually test it (or get someone else to test it under a watchful eye) to see what it does… it’s called experimentation. If I can make it work it should be child’s play for a scientist/sceptic. In fact we see below that a child built one for her school science fair and that one also worked as promised by Adams.
Wiki editors seem to be incapable of understanding what the phrase ‘perpetual motion’ means, so I will explain simply. A Perpetual Motion device, if such a thing were possible, works on *nothing* and the Adams motor uses electrical energy. The Wiki premise relies on the assumption that science – in this case physics – knows all there is to know about energy and also knows every possible kind of energy in the universe – which is absurd. There would be no point in physics if physics knew everything and I don’t see physicists giving up their jobs – and so Wikipedia is wrong. We are told that science is empirical, that it does research, experiments to reach conclusions and I’m not aware that any scientist has tested an Adams motor built to the specification left by its inventor. I therefore conclude that the Wiki editors are pseudo scientific and as usual pushing the insane skeptical agenda.
Note: The trigger and feedback coils and the transistor circuit above can be eliminated by using magnetically operated metal contacts. The author found that this was a more simple system and works much better. The contacts from an old type bell were used and activated by the passing magnets. Obviously, some kind of timing is needed to synchronise the contacts with the magnets repulsion. Reed switches were tried, but had a short life. Sliding contacts were tried as in figure 2 but these were found to be unsuitable.
wmsn.net: The motor, (was) invented in the period 1967-1969 by Mr Robert Adams of New Zealand, (and) for a variety of reasons the technology did not win immediate acceptance, not least of which was that the New Zealand government and the Lucas corporation, for various reasons, allegedly directly suppressed it, followed by a botched CIA assassination attempt. That this direct suppression could happen during a period of global economic crisis triggered by the 1970s oil shock, is simply astonishing, and with hindsight, outright scandalous. As for the academics, they ignored it, and simply told Mr Adams ‘free energy is impossible and against all the laws of physics’. Academics put theory before experiment – it is their way. Frustrated in 1992 Mr Adams published his technology in Nexus Magazine, putting for the very first time, a working free energy device into the public domain. Because of this charitable act, the motor was rendered unpatentable, and those who have attempted to take out patents on this technology using their own names, should understand their patents would not stand up to legal challenge. However, sadly, despite the fact that free energy has been patent free in the public domain since 1992, the continued lack of interest in free energy solutions from the general public, government, big business, scientific community, and environmental organizations alike, means this outstanding motor, astonishingly as of 2002 a full 10 years later, has still not been commercialized!
Not quite sure what is going on as we have a document on the Adams Aspen patent below.
I would like to repeat that free energy is not perpetual motion. If you make a hole in a dam and insert a pipe you get free energy – a windmill is also free energy.
Even if we leave aside any thoughts of free energy, these motors are highly efficient power-saving devices.
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