What I wouldn't give to go back to when I was 10-12 years old with access to the pure amount of raw knowledge on the Internet.
Then again with all the trash on it too I'm glad I ended up learning the way I did, gradually as the information pools started to get denser.
The patent is worthless because the device no matter how well documented does not actually work!
I will state this again clearly for anyone to hear...
No over unity device ever constructed has EVER been demonstrated to work.
I did some quick Google sleuthing and could not find the original source, but to whomever it is...you have my sincerest thanks.
Now go. Share. Fill the internet with logic awareness. Future generations will thank you.
H/t to for bringing this wonderfulness to my attention!
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