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Frequently Asked Questions

Why haven't you built a small proof of concept device?
The science behind IE's technology has been proven by mathematical equation and by experimental result. (See Experimental Verification page) Our short term goal is to build an advanced proof of concept device to increase the result and enable independent verification.

This sounds like it violates the laws of thermodynamics (also known as conservation of energy)?
This technology does not. As the world is so used to thermodynamics, many falsely believe the laws of thermodynamics are actually the universal laws of physics and are applicable to any and every situation. Our technology does not violate the law of conservation of energy. See: definition of thermodynamics here.

The laws of thermodynamics are valid, however our process is not thermodynamic and therefore the law is not completely applicable. We don't operate in closed system and we are not using changes in temperature, pressure, and volume in any aspect of our process. See how our tech complies with Conservation of Energy laws here.

It appears you are getting something for nothing?
We are not and in fact our technology operates at 95% efficiency with 5% lost and unrecoverable. We are simply utilizing the newly discovered method that enables the multiplying effects from centripetal acceleration (centrifugal force) to help make the device operate. It has never been used in any technology, in any fashion and is the key to achieving our claims. See: Conservation of Energy

How can the effects of centripetal acceleration be multiplied?
Another common way to look at the effects of centripetal acceleration is to think of it in terms of g-forces. 1-G is the gravitational force we normally feel on earth. Astronauts and pilots may have to endure the effects of multiple g-forces. NASA Astronauts and Air Force pilots undergo training in a centrifuge where G-forces can be multiplied to simulate the effects of acceleration during flight. The faster the centrifuge rotates, the more g-forces. Facts: Given a fixed radius; doubling the velocity results in quadrupling the effects of g-forces. To double the velocity it typically requires 4x the energy input. However, we have a newly invented method for efficiently creating centripetal acceleration except to double velocity and create 4x the g-forces; our system only requires 2x the energy input instead of 4x.

This sounds like perpetual motion?  
Our technology is not and requires external “fuel” or it will stop operating. The definition of perpetual motion is that it does not require any external energy input when operating. Our technology, however, can operate on less fuel than other devices and utilizes a large percentage of internal input allowing it to run much longer. By drawing less “fuel” from external sources, it allows inconsistent sources such as solar and wind more than adequate time to recharge the batteries from which it operates. (See Encyclopedia Britannica's definition of perpetual motion)

Why haven't you yet built a fully functional prototype?
Our plan is to build a fully functional prototype with implementation of our 10-year business plan. Approximately half of the components used within the fully functional P6G already exist and are used in industry today. These components will need minimal customization to work within our system. When someone understands how these technologies work in existing devices, understanding how they would work in ours is not difficult.

The other half of the components do not yet exist and must be designed and engineered to be integrated into a functional unit. The magnitude of this task is similar to the process in the early development of the first gas turbo-fan jet-engine. A comparable amount of precision engineering is required with new system areas never before conceived. Both require precision balanced components able to withstand a high torque environment. Ours, however, will NOT have to withstand a high-heat environment. Ours also includes advanced computer controlled systems that exceed the simplicity of a turbine engine. Selection of component materials will be unique and critical and CAD software will have to be modified to be based on some new assumptions about the characteristics of centripetal acceleration that are not yet written into off-the-shelf stress analysis CAD software.