Video Documentation of a Science Project
The following guidelines are
to be adhered to at all times, no exceptions, during the process of
documenting a magnetic generator experiment with a video camera. If
you believe any other strict guideline needs to be added, please
send your suggestion to us for consideration. Thank in advance.
(1) 360 degrees of
quality bright light surrounds the device being filmed. This
includes directly under the device, as well as directly overtop.
(2) When a table is
required: The device in
question must be placed
on clear glass table in such a manner that the legs and or frame that supports the
glass does not obscure the view from underneath while looking up.
Glare off the glass must be
kept under control.
(3) The glass table must
be at least 7 to 10 feet away from the nearest wall, doors, and
all other objects in the room, and at least thirty inches
off a bare floor, and no closer than 3 feet to any
where there is no
hanging light within five-feet.
(4) The glass table must
be placed on a cement/concrete or tile or hardwood floor, or placed outside on
level ground at least 25 feet away from the nearest structure of any
kind. This includes any and all other objects such as trees, cars,
boats, well caps, power lines, etc. Parking lots are ideal because
the ground is bare.
(5) There must be no
wires coming or going to and from the device in question other than
any wiring that is a direct part of it's internal circuit. The unit must be
able to fully power itself without the aid external power outside of
it's own circuit.
(6) The demonstration must
least 8 to 10 minutes in length and the video must be one continuous
shot, uncut video.
(7) The video camera
cannot be placed on a tripod, or table, or made stationary in any
manner, which otherwise makes post production tricks
hard to pull off.
(8) The camera at all
times must continuously move up, down and all around, including directly
above looking down, and below looking up through the glass
(9) At all times the camera is to continuously move in circles
around the glass table virtually non stop, until at least 10
minutes of uncut footage has been acquired.
(10) At all times there
is to be clear and unobstructed view of the device.
Video Challenge to
On a bright sunny day, make a video of your free energy device that you claim
really works, and do so on an open parking lot
where there is a continuous supply of new spectators. Encourage your
spectators to walk up to the device and ask them to inspect it for
hidden wires, hidden fishing line, etc., and you must ask your spectators
to confirm that there is no hidden power supply. While you are
still filming nonstop and continuously circling around the table and
or hand held device; ask them while they are still looking at
it, "How do they think it's possible for the device to run if there is no
external power supply?". Their natural and unrehearsed reaction should be very
telling when it comes to seeing a device that makes no sense to them,
as to how the device could ever possibly run.
Not only are we asking you to accept this
challenge when you make your next video of your
device; we will also raise to the same challenge. The reason we make this challenge
is simple. People are not as dumb as we might make them out to be
when it comes to science. For there is no better way then to keep
your video production on the up and up, other then to have lots of prying
eyes walking up to your project, (even holding it in their hands) and looking it over from top to bottom
to see how in the heck it works!
No doubt there are those
out there who have the skills of a magician to trick the best of
eyes, while at the same time, there are those out there that will
never believe any video they ever see.
Thus the only real way
is either to build one yourself and watch it work, or buy one that
is already built for you. But don't hold your breath, as we are a
good ways away from making a working toy version that you can purchase
from us to have
fun with. More so, even further away from a large model that could
power a small home.
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including failures and fumbles, be sure to check out our,
section every so often.