Jack Hanlon, Ph.D. believes over unity electrical machines have been built and even demonstrated many times at the ETSC and other places; however, he has never heard a complete explanation of “how they work” that will stand up to the skepticism of a conventionally trained mathematician, physicist or engineer.

The explanations always seem to involve some “mysterious” source of power or slightly nebulous use of magnetism.

The missing piece is always: what is the source of the extra power?

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Since we have been unable to answer this question in a satisfactory way, the technology is put in the realm of “voodoo” science, and it is not seriously considered by the larger traditional scientific community.

He believes this holds back the wide spread and rapid development of this important technology and limits the developers to a small community of experimenters.

Switched reluctance generators have always been a prime candidate for overunity results. Eric Dollard who is very skeptical about any “free energy” claims was originally brought into Borderlands years ago to verify a switched reluctance generator built by Peter Lindemann and Michael Knox. Accounting for a sufficient margin of error, Eric Dollard found that it did indeed produce more work than it took to run the machine!

This is probably the most comprehensive analysis on where the free energy is in such machines and it is done in a relatively simple and eloquent manner with simple algebra and geometry.

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If this technology is “real”, and he believes it is, then we should be able to give a solid and complete explanation for it based on traditional physics, mathematics and engineering principles.

You will get more than theory; you will get very specific examples of converting reactive power to real power by a former Los Alamos National Labs scientist and former university math teacher!

That is the goal of this presentation. Jack Hanlon thinks David Squires put it well in his 2012 ETSC conference presentation. He said: “*You can’t engineer what you don’t fully understand*”.

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