Expensive device for rich boss desk.
The device shows that it is putting out one microwatt
more than is input to it from the electricity.
A UPS battery unit, connected to the boss' laptop electric
adapter, sits on the desk, with an extra outlet
connected to (1) a small and
silent Stirling engine,
on top of it.
The Stirling engine runs (2) a magnetic gear that powers
(3) a tiny "dipping bird" which in turn, causes (4) a small
perma-magnet generator to produce electricity. These
devices are enclosed in a clear plastic encasing.
The produced electricity powers (5) an electrolysis unit
inserted in water. The hydrogen and oxygen bubbles are
released into (6) a pulse ram pump, causing water to
out every few seconds powering (7) a small self-looped
water-pump electric generator.
Hovering over the released hydrogen bubbles is (8) a
Palladium Hydride absorption unit, which is extended
(9) a small lighter-than-air helium filled disk. (the helium
is permanently supplied from (10) a small pressurized
canister nearby, which needs to be replaced once a
All devices except for the original UPS itself, will be
hereafter the OverUnityUnit (The OUU).
An extra (11) tiny wind turbine is attached to the side of
the unit and protrudes above it, receiving power from
the air conditioning drafts or from amused visitors.
Also (12) a small solar cell
unit is set on the side, and should be aimed at the
fluorescent lights in the room.
A small (13) satellite antenna is attached to receive
ambient electric power, and is added to the OUU electric
output as well.
Next to the UPS box is a flowerpot with a cactus and an
(14) earth-battery, connected to the OUU output.
When the UPS is full and not being used, an adapter
supplies a very small current to the OUU. An electric
tests the amount of current entering the system through
A second electric meter tests the current produced by
OUU, running into a capacitor, connected to a LED.
Every few days the LED blinks.
The metered results are sent to a separately powered
with an LCD display, which, each time enough power has
been gathered in the capacitor, shows the input, output
and diff in amps, of the last spur.
A special website debunking the idea by its creators and
viral youtube videos explaining what's wrong with it,
a watt, and why ohm's law has nothing to do with
will assist with sales.
The expensive unit will have meters for each of the
currents, and separate capacitors, so that adequate
is received from each, to be used noticably.
A Coca Cola or Pepsi sponsored unit would be built of cut
cans, with clear plastic on one side to show the
It could be used as a beverage dispenser instead of a