Walter Wright Energy Gain Experiment KeelyNet 03/01/03

Note : this file does not address concerns as to battery depletion, the momentary power used to light the bulb, or other factors which would play a part in any claim of an energy gain. The paper was given to Eric Maupin who sent it here. Personally, I don't see any power gain indications though it is simple enough to setup if you want to try more advanced testing. It is reminescent of the TOD device which used mosfet driven short duration, high intensity discharges that CALCULATED out to overunity, yet it would not sustain a load, subsequent testing revealed the error. I am including the TOD and ZPETEST documents below for your perusal and comparison....>>> Jerry/KeelyNet Einstein said; "An energy gain is impossible." Wright said; 'It is possible." I have built 5 types of 'Energy Gain Models' that use 40,000 mfd capacitors and batteries. I now believe it is possible to build an 'Energy Gain Motor' with capacitors and batteries that can replace the present gasoline motor in cars. This motor would be 'non-polluting', more economical, etc., plus it might FREE us from foreign oil because the supply is unlimited. The following diagram will show how I built one of my 'Energy Gain Models'.

1. Press pushbutton #1 and the capacitor will charge up to 12 volts, then release.

2. Press pushbutton #2 and release. The light BLINKED. The capacitor's voltage went from 12 volts to 11.9 volts and the capacitor current was 200ma.

3. Press pushbutton #1 and recharge the capacitor to 12 volts, then release. The battery current was 200ma.

4. To find the output power, multiply 12 volts times 200ma which is 2.4 watts. (12v X 200ma = 2.4w)

5. To find the input power, multiply .1 volt times 200ma which is .02 watts. (.1v X 200ma = .02w)

6. to find power gain, divide power out by power in. 2.4 watts divided by .02 watts is a power gain of 120. (2.4w / .02w = 120)

All you have to do to get the full effect is press pushbutton #1 and then #2 and keep repeating. I used a rotating motorized wheel on my original model.

Walter C. Wright