Potential Difference: Thane C. Heins June 30 2011 demo - Lenzless Regenerative Acceleration Generator TechnologySubmitted by esaruoho on July 9, 2011 - 11:21
Perepiteia Generator Operation Explanation Draft 1 June 20th, 2008
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Thane C. Heins
Thane Heins: "Turning physics on its ear, Has college dropout done the impossible and created a perpetual motion machine?"Submitted by esaruoho on October 13, 2008 - 10:30
Thane Heins is nervous and hopeful. It's Jan. 24, a Thursday afternoon, and in four days the Ottawa-area native will travel to Boston where he'll demonstrate an invention that appears – though he doesn't dare say it – to operate as a perpetual motion machine.
The audience, esteemed Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Markus Zahn, could either deflate Heins' heretical claims or add momentum to a 20-year obsession that has broken up his marriage and lost him custody of his two young daughters.
Feb 04, 2008 04:30 AM, Tyler Hamilton, Energy Reporter
It all began back in 1985, when Thane Heins, having studied electronics at Heritage College in Gatineau, Quebec, started thinking about how magnets could be used to improve power generators.
But it wasn't until after the 9/11 attacks that he started seriously experimenting in his basement, motivated by the desire to reduce our dependence on oil and the countries that back terrorism.
New coil design eliminates HC coil power drop when HV coil engaged. HC coil wound in top of HV coil to reduce core losses.
Previous designs showed a slight drop in HC coil output when HV coil was engaged. This new improved design shows an increase rather than a decrease when the acceleration causing HV coilis engaged.