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Re: Motors and Sparkle question revisited

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George Marsh

10-07-2013 09:27:18

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You mean the 1 hp 110v motor I have running powering up a 220v genny that powers up a 2 hp 220v motor ,that powers up a 440v 3 phase genny, that powers up a 4 hp 3 phase motor, that's been running for the past 10 years powering up my air compressor and all my shop tools really doesn't work???? Come on:)

Have fun in Austin.

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John T

10-07-2013 10:01:07

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 Re: Motors and Sparkle question revisited in reply to George Marsh, 10-07-2013 09:27:18  
Sure they "can" all work George (if functional that its)!!!!!!!!

And also sure none are 100% efficient, the energy you put INTO them all comes out as HP and Heat, they dont create or destroy energy


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10-07-2013 09:47:20

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 Re: Motors and Sparkle question revisited in reply to George Marsh, 10-07-2013 09:27:18  
Of COURSE that all works!
(Magnetism, you know!)
This post was edited by Bob at 10:31:28 10/07/13.

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George Marsh

10-07-2013 15:15:47

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 Re: Motors and Sparkle question revisited in reply to Bob, 10-07-2013 09:47:20  
Not just magnetism, it a combination of super magnets and super conductors. Once you get the current going in a coil made of super conductors, it never stops. Don't forget that the earth is full of electron going back and forth to the nearest power station, so the super magnets, once spinning pull the earth's electrons from the grounding rod and it keeps everything moving. There is no heat produced in a super conductor so no need for power factoring. The real trick is the flux capacitor.

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