- Jul 3, 2015
I just changed it.
uh-huh...Man, you guys are as serious as a heart attack lol.
Let me put it this way.
It is April First.
But, everything I have told you is true except of course that this is an example of perpetual motion.
If you know how a low temp Sterling Engine works you should be able to figure it out.
I acquired this Engine, a very good one, from England.
It will run in the sun, but I wanted to figure out a way to make it run without putting it on top of a hot coffee cup or using an infrared or other heat source from above.
The solution had to have no visible wires or obvious power source.
I started this project several months ago and just finished it a few days ago just in time for today.
So what you are telling us, is that it isn't a perpetual motion machine but a high efficiency solar energy to mechanical energy converter? Do you have any proof that in that clunky base is no extra components? Also I can't see how the lighting in that room would provide enough energy for what that machine is outputting. The big problem I see is you claim temperature isn't responsible. As I have seen how radiometers operate, and they require a vacuum and intense light to operate I still call april fools. If it genuinely isn't and you are serious. Big mistake posting this today. Extraordinary claims requires extraordinary evidence.
Amazon sells some cheap ones. The company name is Kontax . They sell high temp engines as well. I have one of those and I am getting another. They are very well made and do look cool.Those engines are a thing of beauty though, nice project to have one seeminglessy working and looking good.
Uhhhh, but in your first post, you said "does NOT use temperature differential" so which is it???No. I am telling you the truth about all of this. It is not perpetual motion, obviously. It runs on a temperature differential like any other Sterling Engine.
There is no overhead source of heat.
There are not visible wires or obvious source of heat.
I never said anything about the clunky base lol