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Perendev Magnet Motor by Mike Brady

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Uploaded on Sep 27, 2007

See http://Perendev.com for our coverage.

Video shot in February 2003 by Michael Brady in Johannesburg, South Africa. It was made public with Brady's permission in Sept. 2004 by Sterling Allan of PESN prior to a German Television debut that was supposed to take place but never did. See: http://pesn.com/2004/08/31/6900041_Pe...

Allan, who still owns the domain name http://Perendev.com (forwards to independent coverage at PESWiki.com), intending at the time to enter business relationship with Brady, had traveled to Johannesburg in Dec. 2002 and helped assemble the motor as it came out of the machine shop, but did not get it running at that time. This video was produced two months later.

The motor is allegedly propelled by 1"-diameter x 1" long neodymium magnets repelling each other. Three symmetrically off-set rotors are surrounded by a clam-shell stator, which, as it comes into position around the rotor appears to cause the rotor to begin spinning.

The video is not skeptic-proof inasmuch as the walk-around does not take place until after the stators are disengaged and the motor begins to decelerate. But the rocking motion of the motor as it begins and then ends is indicative of propulsion by magnets only. Allan knows of two people beside Brady who claim to have personally witnessed the magnet motor in operation.

As of Sept. 2007, Brady has since moved on to an electromagnetic version of this design, and claims to be in process of commercial production of units that output 100 and 300 kilowatts. Allan and the New Energy Congress that he founded in Sept. 2005 to review clean energy claims have not yet been able to verify this claim.

The official website of Perendev Power Developments Pty (Ltd), presently headquartered in Germany, is http://perendev-power.com

An index of various magnet motor claims can be found at http://peswiki.com/index.php/Director...

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