Thursday, November 19, 2009

Regenerative Acceleration Generator - Hoax, False Claim or Discovery?

The following article contains some interesting quotations from Canadian inventor Thane Heins-
The Fulcrum (University of Ottawa)- Ottawa physicist cracks Newton’s law

“We’re creating a new energy paradigm by basically [finding] a way to exploit a loophole in the laws of physics,”

“It’s obvious to everybody. The only people that it’s not obvious to are the engineers and PhDs, and [it’s because] their education is an impediment to them understanding it,”

But wait- Before anyone gets too excited and decides to invest the family fortune, read this-

"I'm sure you've heard the expression, ‘If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.’ Well, in the investment world, I say, If something sounds too good to be true, it definitely is." [1997 Washington Times 3 June B7]

The following article debunks Thane Heins's perepiteia generator-
Ottawa Skeptics- In This Town We Obey the Laws of Thermodynamics

1 comment:

Quantum Vision said...

The 2nd law of thermodynamics breaks down at the quantum level. This has been a part of standard university physics textbooks for 8 years now.