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German Inventor solves permanent magnet motor puzzle - wants to 'give away' the discovery

German Inventor solves permanent magnet motor puzzle - wants to 'give away' the discovery | PREVENTABLE HEALTH PROBLEMS |

Thomas Engel is a successful German inventor with more than a hundred patented inventions to his credit. He - like many of his peers - does not look back at a successful school education, but evidently that is not necessary for success if you are smart and, as some say it might even be counter productive, stifling creativity.


Engel has figured out the working principle of a type of motor many inventors and tinkerers have been working on - so far unsuccessfully. He found a way to make permanent magnets do actual work, transforming their attractive and repulsive power into the true motive action of rotary motion...

Via Sepp Hasslberger
Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, November 21, 2013 8:38 AM

This is one of many ways that energy can be drawn 'from the wheelworks of nature', to paraphrase Nikola Tesla, the great inventor.

Thomas Engel shows, with his motor, an important principle. It is possible to use magnetic fields attracting and repelling each other in a dynamic configuration... and to draw actual motive power from this.

Arun Shrivastava's curator insight, November 23, 2013 11:34 PM

This innovation is likely to work and many become the first success story of electricity generation from energy found in the atmosphere.

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