Earth Engine Review: Half-truth for Free Generator

This is a review of Inductance Energy Corporation (IEC).

Official website: https://ie.energy/
The company’s flagship product is called Earth Engine.
About IE: https://ie.energy/about/

The youtube video shows what is apparently an Earth Engine which is claimed to produce 25kw while consuming 700 W of what is described as ‘parasitic load’.



From the YouTube description:



A factory in Las Vegas is home to the world’s first (and definitely not the last) ‘Earth Engine’. Fueled only by polarity-modified rare earth magnets, the EE can generate 25 kwh of power for years on end. While it’s truly amazing and potentially Earth-changing, what it ISN’T is a perpetual motion machine, as magnets eventually wear out. Many more motors are scheduled to be installed soon. www.ie.energywww.ie.energy

One comment on the YouTube from the video’s author states:


“The motor is not connected to an outside power source. The 700W is a parasitic load. I cannot comment on the tech specs. When patents are final it will reveal more.”


There are videos on this page that provide a good introduction to the Earth Engine. The basic claim is they have found a way to harness the magnetic force between permanent magnets, and convert it into torque.



https://ie.energy/index.html


Inductance Energy Corporation (IEC) Review from an article  


The most important quotes about Earth Engine, to say, they cover half of the truth:

  1. There are certainly reasons to be wary. IEC has yet to file any patent paperwork for experts to examine, which Mr. Hinz said was due to fear the technology would be poached in a patent counterclaim. Nor has it allowed independent analysts to tear into an Earth Engine to examine the core IP, what Mr. Danzik describes as the “geometry and geology” of the magnets. Crystal, the see-through demonstrator, conceals its most proprietary bits in an opaque box.
  2. The biggest riddle involves the conservation of energy. Conventional physics holds that magnets have nearly zero inherent energy. Mr. Danzik believes that is because we calculate magnets’ strength by how much current they induce in a loop of wire. He argues that with the emergence of anisotropic, rare-earth magnets, we need a new set of equations to calculate a new physical quantity, which he describes as ‘’the resulting center shaft torque produced from angular momentum derived from the force of paired magnetic fields.”
  3. But again, wouldn’t the limiting factor be that the Earth Engine shouldn’t make, it just can’t make, any power at all, according to every rule in the physics book? Most conspicuous is the first law of thermodynamics, also known as the conservation of energy. Where is this energy coming from? Then there’s Gauss’s law for magnetism, the second of Maxwell’s famous equations, which say magnets can do no work because they have no inherent energy, because the attractive force of one pole cancels out the repulsive force of the other. This magnetic reciprocity has been the sticking point, literally, with such cycling whirligigs throughout history.


Two important points:
  1. Journalists are not allowed to reveal the truth about magnetic generators.
  2. Earth Engine discloses information wisely.

Earth Engine Review


The principle of operation of Earth Engine, what's new?

Old principle of magnetic generator - self-maintenance:

Because the thrust / suction force of a permanent magnet is constant for a long time, it is possible to produce a rotation that is almost permanent.

Earth Engine's new principle for self-sustaining generators thanks to permanent magnets:

As cited above, the novelty of self-sustaining generator technology is the permanent magnet, which is that they make special permanent magnets.
What is a special permanent magnet? This is the type of magnet that has two spin forces of electrons at two poles (North pole - south pole) of different magnets. Normally, the spin force of two groups of electrons at the two north and south poles of the magnet is equal.
This is just a theory that they show to the world. In fact, the research effort to make this magnet is very expensive. There is a much cheaper way, which is to use the magnetically controlled software of the magnet.

Who used software to control magnets?

It is Infinity SAV. See details here: Infinity Sav - Self-sustaining Magnetic Generator

So what Earth Engine claims is only half the truth.

Why do journalists have to lie?

There are three reasons:
  1. They only reported what Earth Engine declared and disclosed.
  2. If journalists are knowledgeable about electricity, they are still journalists, and they cannot use modern mathematical equations to describe the mechanism of self-sustaining generators. The presentation belongs to the scientists. Journalists and newspaper readers, the majority are not knowledgeable about advanced mathematics and electrical engineering.
  3. The profession of journalists is to convey what is difficult to understand by science, making readers understand the problem roughly. But, journalists can be dominated by the electricity and government industries. Questions and answers to this problem: Why is the power generation by means of magnetic propulsion not more widespread?

Scientific works are similar to Earth Engine

As I mentioned above, there is a famous company for magnetic generators - self-sustaining - free energy, which is Infinity SAV.
In addition, there are many other scientific works, which Infinity SAV and Earth Engine may be just a game of conspiracy theory. That is, SAV and Earth Engine are set up by the government and the electric industry, and after they make a lot of profits, they suddenly disappear, and claim to be a fraud.
You can find many scientific works on self-sustaining generators - free energy, and proven to work really, by math and physics here:
A blueprint for a magnetic generator - self-sustaining - Homemade Generator: Ultimare Energizer Generator

Ultimare Energizer Generator is basically the same as Earth Engine and Infinity SAV. But is a rough design for the family.
I think it's a good design for the family.
Ultimare Energizer Generator is like some companies in conspiracy theory, born and disappeared. Please check it fast!


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Quote some newspaper, if they ask to pay membership fee to access:


ONE MAN’S UNLIKELY QUEST TO POWER THE WORLD WITH MAGNETS
Dennis Danzik has invented a whirligig that calls for the suspension of disbelief and the laws of physics. If it works as advertised, it would rank with the harnessing of steam, electricity and the atom.
The astrophysicist Carl Sagan liked to say that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. But Dennis Danzik’s assertions blow past extraordinary and motor right on to fantastic.
Mr. Danzik, the science and technology officer for Wyoming-based Inductance Energy Corp., says he has invented a magnetic generator, a flywheel system that extracts usable energy from the interplay of exotic magnets—also known as a free-energy device, a cousin to the fabled perpetual-motion machine.
Mr. Danzik winces at the phrase “perpetual motion,” with centuries of humbug behind it. “It’s a generator,” he said during an interview at IEC’s lab and training facility in Scottsdale, Ariz. Left running, the machines, known as Earth Engines, will eventually exhaust themselves. He just isn’t sure when.
“We really don’t know how long the magnets will perform,” Mr. Danzik said.
IEC hired him in 2015 to improve design on a diesel generator for oil fields. When that project didn’t pan out, company Chief Executive Bill Hinz asked what other ideas he had.
When Mr. Danzik described the generator he had in mind, Mr. Hinz—a former president and CEO of AlliedSignal Aerospace—uttered the appropriate epithet of incredulity. But after several more demonstrations, he became the Earth Engine’s second believer.
One might expect Mr. Danzik, 61 years old, an industrial engineer but not a trained physicist, to tread lightly, perhaps starting with a small lab apparatus to prove his theories. Actually, he has built several, including Crystal, a 1,222-pound demonstrator fabricated out of Lexan polycarbonate, so as to be literally transparent to visitors and skeptics. As you read this, IEC is live streaming the Crystal from its lab in Scottsdale.
If Crystal is working as advertised, Mr. Danzik will have revealed a new field in, well, fields, the dynamics among his proprietary magnets and their ability to do work. He will have also achieved something that has eluded great minds from Leonardo da Vinci to electrical pioneer Nikola Tesla. How is that even possible? “Tesla didn’t have rare-earth magnets and digital machine control,” Mr. Danzik said.
Science has already spoken on the matter—and says there is no need to see the Earth Engine.
“Perpetual-motion machines are bunk, and magnets are the refuge of charlatans,” wrote Don Lincoln, senior scientist at U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Chicago, in an email. “The key is energy. How much energy do you put into it compared to how much you get out? If there’s more energy out than in, we throw away the textbooks and send [Mr. Danzik] half a dozen Nobel Prizes, because one isn’t enough.
But Mr. Danzik isn’t waiting by the phone for Stockholm to call. “I can and have demonstrated [the phenomenon] without fail, thousands of times,” he wrote in an email to The Wall Street Journal. “At this point I am concentrating on a practical application, with a commercial benefit.”
This is where the IEC’s strange story takes a stranger turn. In another part of the building, the company is already manufacturing generators based on his radical ideas. Big ones. IEC says its first commercial model, the R32 Earth Engine, hucks two 900-kilogram flywheels at speeds between 125 and 250 rpm, generating 240V or 480V at 100 amps. On the high side, that’s 48 kilowatts, about what a small backup diesel generator puts out. But unlike a diesel generator, the company says, the R32 produces no emissions, no noise (the unit comes in a vacuum-sealed, tamper-proof housing) and uses no fuel.
IEC’s largest investor, Mike Halverson, owns a company in North Las Vegas, Nev., that manufactures modular shooting ranges for off-grid locations, complete with power backup. An R32 test unit installed at his facility in January ran for 422 hours, IEC says, averaging 4.4 kW output, before it was brought back to the lab for analysis. That’s enough energy to light up three average U.S. homes for a month or charge up a score of dead-flat Tesla Model S’s.
The limiting factor in field installations isn’t making power, Mr. Danzik said, but storing it, in banks of batteries that cost far more than the generators themselves.
But again, wouldn’t the limiting factor be that the Earth Engine shouldn’t make, it just can’t make, any power at all, according to every rule in the physics book? Most conspicuous is the first law of thermodynamics, also known as the conservation of energy. Where is this energy coming from?
Then there’s Gauss’s law for magnetism, the second of Maxwell’s famous equations, which say magnets can do no work because they have no inherent energy, because the attractive force of one pole cancels out the repulsive force of the other. This magnetic reciprocity has been the sticking point, literally, with such cycling whirligigs throughout history.
Visitors to the Scottsdale facility will find themselves brooding over two amazing possibilities, one of which must be true, no matter how hard to accept: The first is that Mr. Danzik has indeed found a way to squeeze enormous, unexpected energy from permanent magnets—“nature’s batteries,” he calls them. Such a discovery would rank with the harnessing of steam, electricity and the atom.
The second scenario is somehow harder to believe. That Mr. Danzik, a lovely man in schoolboy glasses and ostrich boots, is the David Copperfield of magnetics and that IEC’s concrete-floor workspace is his stage, concealing generators, cables and motors. One would also have to cast Mr. Hinz—a ultrahigh-net-worth grandfather of eight—in the role of magician’s assistant.
There are certainly reasons to be wary. IEC has yet to file any patent paperwork for experts to examine, which Mr. Hinz said was due to fear the technology would be poached in a patent counterclaim. Nor has it allowed independent analysts to tear into an Earth Engine to examine the core IP, what Mr. Danzik describes as the “geometry and geology” of the magnets. Crystal, the see-through demonstrator, conceals its most proprietary bits in an opaque box.
“These guys should get a fair shake,” said Dr. Lincoln, from Fermi Labs. “But a fair shake means handing a couple of copies of their gizmo to a group of snarky engineers and scientists and let them have at it.” Any physicist interested in seeing the machine has an open invitation, says Mr. Danzik.
This isn’t Mr. Danzik’s first wonder-tech business venture. He was previously chief executive officer of RDX Technologies Corp. , which invested in a refinery that was developing a process to make diesel fuel from municipal waste. In 2015, RDX announced that it had fired Mr. Danzik. Mr. Danzik and other business entities involved with RDX have been engaged in a protracted legal battle that is headed for trial Aug. 6 in federal court in Arizona.
If the Earth Engine is an illusion, it’s a spectacularly elaborate one with no clear way of paying off. IEC isn’t selling, or even leasing, the machines, to keep the secret guts secret. Instead, it will charge by the kilowatt-hour delivered in the field—and a pittance, too, 8 to 45 cents per kWh. Oil-field operations can easily pay the equivalent of $1 per kWh for diesel.
With about 30 employees, a $100 million valuation and about $16 million of investors’ money in play, IEC has plans for another round of fundraising, but Mr. Hinz said it is in no hurry. “What we really need now are more smart people,” he said.
But if the Earth Engine doesn’t make power, none of these smart people is likely to get paid and IEC is likely to get litigated to ashes. And, just to reiterate, the generators can’t work, according to deep and well-established science. Compared with overturning Gauss and Maxwell, it’s more likely the entire facility is filled with hallucinogenic gas or that visitors are under hypnotic mind control.
And yet the R32 roaring away in the test bed sure seems like it’s working.
Some have had their faith in classical physics shaken. Tim Tight, a tech adviser in the Bay Area with a master’s in engineering and an M.B.A., both from Stanford, visited IEC in April, after hearing about the Earth Engine for more than a year. “It sounded too good to be true,” he said. He returned from his visit a believer and began reaching out to friends and former classmates at Stanford, looking for a Ph.D. physicist to explain “why the machine…isn’t violating the laws of thermodynamics.”

4 comments:

  1. I don't know when people will discover my engine block idea.!.
    I have written mails but they don't even get opened here in India, as they have read the subject:-

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    1. Make YouTube demonstration videos and reach out to free energy sources e.g Freeenergy.tech or Google search "top angel investors in India etc". These are wealthy individuals are looking for talents and great ideas to invest in. Have Instagram, youtube, Facebook accounts. Use private engines like Duckduckgo. Google censors their search results alot.

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    2. Display your craft on residential/business streets very rich people live/work. They will see it and take interest and sponsor your work. In the morning just sit by a big mansion and wait for it's owner to come out and get amazed at your craft.

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  2. Smoke, mirrors, and snake oil? The big question is, if earth was more curved, smaller, would an enhanced curved magnetic field interfere with the metallurgical interaction near the magnetic monopoles. And, can a power flow be implemented using diamond as a dielectric between these monopoles? I think this technique should be implemented exactly at the north pole, where the symmetrical monopole flux distribution can be used as an advantage. Just saying..

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