I was wondering if anyone else has seen this "Joe Cell" on the net. It's some crazy way to get essentially unlimited power without generating heat. It seems impossible but I don't know the science behind some of the things they are claiming. So, if anyone is able to understand all the ins and outs of electrical induction/magnetic fields and whatever applied physics are used here then PLEASE tell me the flaw in this thing. I don't have the tools to attempt to build one though it seems fairly simple. Do a quick google search for "joe cell" some guy from ausie land is credited for inventing it. I have found a couple of different sites that talk about it but I havn't found a debunk site yet. So, let me hear your thoughts.
WOW it's certainly an interesting article to say the least. I dunno if it would work (you would think it would be more in the news if it had), though I don't know why someone whould go to all that trouble to make something up like that... it's alot of writing.
I'm going to stick with the generally accpted rule that energy is never created or destroyed (something I think everyone learns in third grade or so) and so if you are epending energy to run the car I don't know how you would be able to recapture that energy and use it again and again. The energy HAS to come from somewhere... Usually I am a big fan of the occult energy idea (orgone energy?), but when it is used to describe a science I get kinda iffy on the whole idea.
I think it would be interesting to create my own "practice cell" just to see if it runs, however, I would rather not have something blow up in my face were I to do something wrong (or simply have too much negative energy). So all in all, I may try it if I have time and are very bored, for now I will remain a cautious skeptic, though it is definitly being bookmarked for further reading and research.
I think it is just acting as a capacitor & storing energy of battery on it.
Well what it is doing so they say is leveraging or "unbalancing" a force and since the laws of physics like things balanced we use the force it generates to balance itself. It is using a battery I didn't realize that before for some reason. but it only needs a little bit of juice. It claims that it is using an implosive force rather than explosive in the transfer of energy. So, it gets colder and lighter the more energy you use. OH, so if you put it next to your cars air intake the air in the cylanders is compressing and decompressing because of the forces generated off this joe cell.
The reason I don't think it's big and in the news is because there are only 6 companies in the world that controll all the major news reporting. All of those companies are connected one way or another to oil and/or very very rich people/organizations that don't want this sort of thing to be a big new technology because its so simple. That is if this is true that's my guess as to why it's not a big news story.
Well that's why I said IF it is true. Where my implication was that it was wholy true. Not just a partial thing. But it is indeed very valid point that this could just be a hoax though the site has been up for a while, other people have written about it that don't seem connected, and why would people spend that much time on this? Okay ignore the last question I'm sure we could all link some websites that question seem silly.
I want to know what would happen to you in the winter... because your heat in the car comes off the heat from the engine
Wilhelm Reich was a psychologist. In particular, one that tried to prove (at least until the FDA burned most of his books and jailed him) that there's a life energy, called orgone. Now, to TAKE that from water and USE it with any variety of device seems quite ludicrous... are there any scientific studies as of the so called cell?