How Newman's motor may really work

Gary Vesperman ( (no email) )
Wed, 9 Dec 1998 12:04:45 -0800

Doug Renner wrote the following:

Gary Vesperman

I am satisfied by Dr. Hastings' investigation that overunity is, in fact,
achieved in the Newman motor by some means. I personally believe that
overunity in the Newman Motor may actually be manifesting largely within the
bounds of present electromagnetic theory, and I have offered my explanation
this before, both here and also on Newman-L.

How is it possible? ATTRACT-ATTRACT is a mind-blowingly simple principle,
it is simply achieved in the Newman motor by rotation of a permanent magnet
during the very long collapse period of a surrounding EM field. Because the
magnet poles are reversed, the surrounding EM field ends up COLLAPSING
THAN IT ORIGINALLY EXPANDED. This is why the electric pulse generated in
field coil is greater than the supply drawn from the batteries, and he has
true overunity.

For my much longer, clearer, step-by-step functional explanation of Newman's
remarkable device, see:

Yes, I do reject Newman's own explanation. There are aspects of Newman's
theory which may have validity - but these may also be novel restatements of
existing theory. "Gyroscopic particles precessing"? Sounds like an
to me, obeying the right-hand rule, and of course electrons may very well be
gyroscopic. They even have a property known as "spin." So this is nothing
really new.

Of course, until proven these are all just my opinions. But it does seem
extremely clear to me. I will be eager to further clarify my explanation to
anyone who might be interested.

Best regards,
Douglas B. Renner