is the hendershot generator ad a scam?

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  1. tom

    tom Guest

    is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?

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    tom, Feb 14, 2013
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  2. tom

    Jasen Betts Guest

    On 2013-02-14, tom <> wrote:
    > is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?


    From the context alone, probably.


    BTW: what is it?


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    Jasen Betts, Feb 14, 2013
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  3. tom

    Syd Rumpo Guest

    On 14/02/2013 03:18, tom wrote:
    > is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?
    >

    I've powered this house, and next door, from a scaled up pair of these
    for years. The key is the concept of the 'free electron' being used to
    produce free electricity.

    I have to keep quiet about it as I've heard that the usual suppliers
    have hit squads to deal with people who do this and I don't want to be
    subjected to battery.


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    Syd Rumpo, Feb 14, 2013
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  4. On Feb 13, 10:18 pm, tom
    <> wrote:
    > is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?
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    Someone sent me a screen shot from the Huffpost detroit,
    (Here's a copy of a copy... not sure how well it will turn out.)
    http://bayimg.com/BajJeaaEJ
    The add titled "power companies hate this" is the hendershot crap.
    The apparatus in the add is our Earth's field NMR.
    see here,
    http://www.teachspin.com/instruments/efnmr/index.shtml

    What a hoot!

    George H.
    George Herold, Feb 14, 2013
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  5. tom

    tm Guest

    "George Herold" <> wrote in message
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    On Feb 13, 10:18 pm, tom
    <> wrote:
    > is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?
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    Someone sent me a screen shot from the Huffpost detroit,
    (Here's a copy of a copy... not sure how well it will turn out.)
    http://bayimg.com/BajJeaaEJ
    The add titled "power companies hate this" is the hendershot crap.
    The apparatus in the add is our Earth's field NMR.
    see here,
    http://www.teachspin.com/instruments/efnmr/index.shtml

    What a hoot!

    George H.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Very nice site, Dr. H.

    Looks like you guys have a lot of fun.
    tm, Feb 14, 2013
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  6. tom

    Gib Bogle Guest

    On 14/02/2013 4:18 p.m., tom wrote:
    > is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?
    >


    A scam? Why do you say that? It looks perfectly reasonable to me. (I
    like the free but confidential video)
    Gib Bogle, Feb 14, 2013
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  7. tom

    Guest

    On Feb 14, 4:15 am, Syd Rumpo <> wrote:
    > On 14/02/2013 03:18, tom wrote:> is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?
    >
    > I've powered this house, and next door, from a scaled up pair of these
    > for years.  The key is the concept of the 'free electron' being used to
    > produce free electricity.
    >
    > I have to keep quiet about it as I've heard that the usual suppliers
    > have hit squads to deal with people who do this and I don't want to be
    > subjected to battery.


    Unfortunate fears, yes, but battery is a crucial component to its
    success.

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    James Arthur
    , Feb 14, 2013
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  8. tom

    Guest

    On Feb 13, 10:18 pm, tom
    <> wrote:
    > is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?


    It will work perfectly in your home, or in a business. It takes your
    money equally well in either case.

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    James Arthur
    , Feb 14, 2013
    #8
  9. tom

    rickman Guest

    On 2/14/2013 4:15 AM, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    > On 14/02/2013 03:18, tom wrote:
    >> is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?
    >>

    > I've powered this house, and next door, from a scaled up pair of these
    > for years. The key is the concept of the 'free electron' being used to
    > produce free electricity.


    But there are no "free" electrons. All electrons in energy systems are
    enslaved to the will of man.

    --

    Rick
    rickman, Feb 15, 2013
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  10. tom

    Syd Rumpo Guest

    On 15/02/2013 19:06, rickman wrote:
    > On 2/14/2013 4:15 AM, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    >> On 14/02/2013 03:18, tom wrote:
    >>> is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?
    >>>

    >> I've powered this house, and next door, from a scaled up pair of these
    >> for years. The key is the concept of the 'free electron' being used to
    >> produce free electricity.

    >
    > But there are no "free" electrons. All electrons in energy systems are
    > enslaved to the will of man.
    >

    Place one pole of a permanent magnet against a steel plate. The
    electrons in the sheet will align their spins to the magnetic field.
    Now, on the other side of the sheet axial to the magnet, connect a
    spring or other conducting helix. If the helix direction is right, some
    of the spinning electrons with slip off the plate and spin up the helix,
    especially if the helix is lower resistivity, for example copper.

    Connect a load between the other end of the helix (the negative
    terminal) and the plate (positive), and you're done.

    The output from these is DC and, because of system inefficiencies, is
    about 20% less than the Planck voltage. The available current depends
    on the magnet, but a fist sized NbFeB magnet will supply about 10A
    continuous.

    Cheers
    --
    Syd
    Syd Rumpo, Feb 16, 2013
    #10
  11. tom

    Syd Rumpo Guest

    On 16/02/2013 13:20, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    > On 15/02/2013 19:06, rickman wrote:
    >> On 2/14/2013 4:15 AM, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    >>> On 14/02/2013 03:18, tom wrote:
    >>>> is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?
    >>>>
    >>> I've powered this house, and next door, from a scaled up pair of these
    >>> for years. The key is the concept of the 'free electron' being used to
    >>> produce free electricity.

    >>
    >> But there are no "free" electrons. All electrons in energy systems are
    >> enslaved to the will of man.
    >>

    > Place one pole of a permanent magnet against a steel plate. The
    > electrons in the sheet will align their spins to the magnetic field.
    > Now, on the other side of the sheet axial to the magnet, connect a
    > spring or other conducting helix. If the helix direction is right, some
    > of the spinning electrons with slip off the plate and spin up the helix,
    > especially if the helix is lower resistivity, for example copper.
    >
    > Connect a load between the other end of the helix (the negative
    > terminal) and the plate (positive), and you're done.
    >
    > The output from these is DC and, because of system inefficiencies, is
    > about 20% less than the Planck voltage. The available current depends
    > on the magnet, but a fist sized NbFeB magnet will supply about 10A
    > continuous.
    >
    > Cheers


    I forgot to say, if anyone wants plans for these, I can provide them but
    I'd have to charge to help cover the many years of development.

    --
    Syd
    Syd Rumpo, Feb 16, 2013
    #11
  12. tom

    Guest

    Hi Syd

    Would you have plans suitable for an apartment block, containing say 10 large power hungry apartments inc air conditioning use in the summer and heat pump use in the winter?

    'Happy' to pay for the plans.

    Regards
    John


    On Saturday, 16 February 2013 13:25:48 UTC, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    > On 16/02/2013 13:20, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    >
    > > On 15/02/2013 19:06, rickman wrote:

    >
    > >> On 2/14/2013 4:15 AM, Syd Rumpo wrote:

    >
    > >>> On 14/02/2013 03:18, tom wrote:

    >
    > >>>> is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?

    >
    > >>>>

    >
    > >>> I've powered this house, and next door, from a scaled up pair of these

    >
    > >>> for years. The key is the concept of the 'free electron' being used to

    >
    > >>> produce free electricity.

    >
    > >>

    >
    > >> But there are no "free" electrons. All electrons in energy systems are

    >
    > >> enslaved to the will of man.

    >
    > >>

    >
    > > Place one pole of a permanent magnet against a steel plate. The

    >
    > > electrons in the sheet will align their spins to the magnetic field.

    >
    > > Now, on the other side of the sheet axial to the magnet, connect a

    >
    > > spring or other conducting helix. If the helix direction is right, some

    >
    > > of the spinning electrons with slip off the plate and spin up the helix,

    >
    > > especially if the helix is lower resistivity, for example copper.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > Connect a load between the other end of the helix (the negative

    >
    > > terminal) and the plate (positive), and you're done.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > The output from these is DC and, because of system inefficiencies, is

    >
    > > about 20% less than the Planck voltage. The available current depends

    >
    > > on the magnet, but a fist sized NbFeB magnet will supply about 10A

    >
    > > continuous.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > Cheers

    >
    >
    >
    > I forgot to say, if anyone wants plans for these, I can provide them but
    >
    > I'd have to charge to help cover the many years of development.
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    > Syd
    , Nov 4, 2013
    #12
  13. tom

    Syd Rumpo Guest

    On 04/11/2013 12:18, wrote:
    > Hi Syd
    >
    > Would you have plans suitable for an apartment block, containing say 10 large power hungry apartments inc air conditioning use in the summer and heat pump use in the winter?
    >
    > 'Happy' to pay for the plans.
    >
    > Regards
    > John


    I'm no longer involved in this after a visit I had recently where some
    gentlemen bought the rights. I'm not at liberty to say who they represent.

    Cheers
    --
    Syd
    Syd Rumpo, Nov 4, 2013
    #13
  14. tom

    Nekeresd Guest

    On Thursday, February 14, 2013 1:18:01 PM UTC+10, tom wrote:
    > is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?
    >
    >
    >
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    > Hi to whoever can answer.

    It seams that many just copy the diagrams (with their mistakes)
    1 why is the output transformers wired differently each side, if it suppose to transfer power alternating between sides? (it should be mirror wiring)
    2 some claim that system resonate on KHz others mention MHz, how is the output comes out 50Hz ??
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    Nekeresd, Nov 7, 2013
    #14
  15. tom

    Guest

    On Saturday, 16 February 2013 13:25:48 UTC, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    > On 16/02/2013 13:20, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    >
    > > On 15/02/2013 19:06, rickman wrote:

    >
    > >> On 2/14/2013 4:15 AM, Syd Rumpo wrote:

    >
    > >>> On 14/02/2013 03:18, tom wrote:

    >
    > >>>> is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?

    >
    > >>>>

    >
    > >>> I've powered this house, and next door, from a scaled up pair of these

    >
    > >>> for years. The key is the concept of the 'free electron' being used to

    >
    > >>> produce free electricity.

    >
    > >>

    >
    > >> But there are no "free" electrons. All electrons in energy systems are

    >
    > >> enslaved to the will of man.

    >
    > >>

    >
    > > Place one pole of a permanent magnet against a steel plate. The

    >
    > > electrons in the sheet will align their spins to the magnetic field.

    >
    > > Now, on the other side of the sheet axial to the magnet, connect a

    >
    > > spring or other conducting helix. If the helix direction is right, some

    >
    > > of the spinning electrons with slip off the plate and spin up the helix,

    >
    > > especially if the helix is lower resistivity, for example copper.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > Connect a load between the other end of the helix (the negative

    >
    > > terminal) and the plate (positive), and you're done.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > The output from these is DC and, because of system inefficiencies, is

    >
    > > about 20% less than the Planck voltage. The available current depends

    >
    > > on the magnet, but a fist sized NbFeB magnet will supply about 10A

    >
    > > continuous.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > Cheers

    >
    >
    >
    > I forgot to say, if anyone wants plans for these, I can provide them but
    >
    > I'd have to charge to help cover the many years of development.
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    > Syd
    , Dec 8, 2013
    #15
  16. tom

    Guest

    On Saturday, 16 February 2013 13:25:48 UTC, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    > On 16/02/2013 13:20, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    >
    > > On 15/02/2013 19:06, rickman wrote:

    >
    > >> On 2/14/2013 4:15 AM, Syd Rumpo wrote:

    >
    > >>> On 14/02/2013 03:18, tom wrote:

    >
    > >>>> is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?

    >
    > >>>>Syd what other info do you have and what are you charging for the drawings.

    >
    > >>> I've powered this house, and next door, from a scaled up pair of these

    >
    > >>> for years. The key is the concept of the 'free electron' being used to

    >
    > >>> produce free electricity.

    >
    > >>

    >
    > >> But there are no "free" electrons. All electrons in energy systems are

    >
    > >> enslaved to the will of man.

    >
    > >>

    >
    > > Place one pole of a permanent magnet against a steel plate. The

    >
    > > electrons in the sheet will align their spins to the magnetic field.

    >
    > > Now, on the other side of the sheet axial to the magnet, connect a

    >
    > > spring or other conducting helix. If the helix direction is right, some

    >
    > > of the spinning electrons with slip off the plate and spin up the helix,

    >
    > > especially if the helix is lower resistivity, for example copper.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > Connect a load between the other end of the helix (the negative

    >
    > > terminal) and the plate (positive), and you're done.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > The output from these is DC and, because of system inefficiencies, is

    >
    > > about 20% less than the Planck voltage. The available current depends

    >
    > > on the magnet, but a fist sized NbFeB magnet will supply about 10A

    >
    > > continuous.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > Cheers

    >
    >
    >
    > I forgot to say, if anyone wants plans for these, I can provide them but
    >
    > I'd have to charge to help cover the many years of development.
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    > Syd
    , Dec 8, 2013
    #16
  17. tom

    hamilton Guest

  18. tom

    mike Guest

    On 12/8/2013 9:31 AM, wrote:

    >>
    >>
    >> I forgot to say, if anyone wants plans for these, I can provide them but
    >>
    >> I'd have to charge to help cover the many years of development.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> --
    >>
    >> Syd

    >

    I'll bite.
    How much for the plans and a demo of a working unit?
    I'll bring the measurement equipment.
    mike, Dec 8, 2013
    #18
  19. tom

    Guest

    Le samedi 16 février 2013 14:25:48 UTC+1, Syd Rumpo a écrit :
    > On 16/02/2013 13:20, Syd Rumpo wrote:
    >
    > > On 15/02/2013 19:06, rickman wrote:

    >
    > >> On 2/14/2013 4:15 AM, Syd Rumpo wrote:

    >
    > >>> On 14/02/2013 03:18, tom wrote:

    >
    > >>>> is it a scam? Will it work in a residential home ?

    >
    > >>>>

    >
    > >>> I've powered this house, and next door, from a scaled up pair of these

    >
    > >>> for years. The key is the concept of the 'free electron' being used to

    >
    > >>> produce free electricity.

    >
    > >>

    >
    > >> But there are no "free" electrons. All electrons in energy systems are

    >
    > >> enslaved to the will of man.

    >
    > >>

    >
    > > Place one pole of a permanent magnet against a steel plate. The

    >
    > > electrons in the sheet will align their spins to the magnetic field.

    >
    > > Now, on the other side of the sheet axial to the magnet, connect a

    >
    > > spring or other conducting helix. If the helix direction is right, some

    >
    > > of the spinning electrons with slip off the plate and spin up the helix,

    >
    > > especially if the helix is lower resistivity, for example copper.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > Connect a load between the other end of the helix (the negative

    >
    > > terminal) and the plate (positive), and you're done.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > The output from these is DC and, because of system inefficiencies, is

    >
    > > about 20% less than the Planck voltage. The available current depends

    >
    > > on the magnet, but a fist sized NbFeB magnet will supply about 10A

    >
    > > continuous.

    >
    > >

    >
    > > Cheers

    >
    >
    >
    > I forgot to say, if anyone wants plans for these, I can provide them but
    >
    > I'd have to charge to help cover the many years of development.
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    > Syd


    Hello Syd, i am very interested to have the plans... and to spend maybe a moment with you on skype. Here is my mail .
    , Jan 8, 2014
    #19
  20. tom

    Syd Rumpo Guest

    On 08/01/2014 12:20, wrote:
    > Le samedi 16 février 2013 14:25:48 UTC+1, Syd Rumpo a écrit :
    >>
    >>
    >> I forgot to say, if anyone wants plans for these, I can provide them but
    >>
    >> I'd have to charge to help cover the many years of development.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> --
    >>
    >> Syd

    >
    > Hello Syd, i am very interested to have the plans... and to spend maybe a moment with you on skype. Here is my mail .
    >


    Just in case you're serious, I was joking. 80% of the Planck voltage at
    10A is 1 x 10^28 Watts which is about 500 trillion times the entire
    earth's electricity demand.

    The Hendershot generator doesn't work and cannot work.

    Cheers
    --
    Syd
    Syd Rumpo, Jan 8, 2014
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