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Hendershot Generator

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by GM Forsythe, Nov 7, 2013.

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  1. GM Forsythe

    GM Forsythe Guest

    I've received an ad for plans for a Hendershot generator, claiming that it
    will produce power sufficient to run an entire house for virtually nothing. I
    find this hard to believe, but I'm not current in my understanding of the
    physics of this device. Can someone here explain how this works and explore
    the possibility of using it to power a household?

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  2. You are asking for an explanation "how it works"
    for a device which actually does not work.

    It is a hoax.
    Hope you did not spend money on it.

  3. GM Forsythe

    GM Forsythe Guest

    responding to

    -- Fortunately, I have not. Also fortunately I came here before doing so.
    Thanks all.
  4. Ian Malcolm

    Ian Malcolm Guest

    Its a *SCAM* as the plans for said worthless device are freely available
    on the internet anyway.

    If any such perpetual motion machine with electrical output actually
    worked, (a physical impossibility), the power companies would build power
    plants using them and stop buying fossel fuel. Its simple economics + it
    would get all the Greens off their backs ......
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