I'm just replying while I wait for more videos of the QEG to download, very slow Internet.
There are many devices that are theoretically capable of producing "more out than in" and a few that could self run, so why don't we see them?
Maybe we have, and just don't understand how it does it.
Maybe our theory is wrong and so we cant get it to work.
Maybe we just don't have the resources or ability to match the components correctly.
I believe its all three.
As you may be aware, I have been working on one of these WWII self running generators for 6 years, so what have I achieved?
I still don't fully understand how it works but I am getting much closer.
I have learned a lot of theory, most of it is just the normal textbook stuff, and some of it that is not so mainstream. I believe that even using only text book theory we can design and build such a device, but the reason we fail is, that we look at one part of it, without considering the other interactions going on.
As an analogy, it is like working out the torque put into a gearbox, and multiplying it by the gear ratio, then being confused by the fact that the torque out is less than what we expected. We never considered the friction and other losses.
Its true that I don't have the needed resources nor enough knowledge to match the components, so I use trial and error.
Why don't I give up? Because I have the urge to finish what I have started.
The simplest part was understanding the geometry, because its easy to see. Once I had mapped out the directions of flux, with all the possible coil combinations it became very obvious that this device is not just a motor and a generator. In fact it is not even a motor at all as a transformer actually spins the device. It is a complex transformer that intensifies flux, and because the geometry causes the flux to bend through an acute angle in a rotor, it causes the rotor to turn by straightening the flux lines. This in turn causes the coil in the rotor to sweep past another coil generating an output at the same time.
Now we have two outputs for one input, one from the transformer and the second from the generator.
Another part to it is pulsing and recovery of the power in the pulse, this is what we see most people on the free energy forums doing, but alone it is never quite enough.
The most difficult part for me is getting all these coils matched and working together so that their influence on each other is precisely what is needed. Once I can do that I think it I can demonstrate it for people.
I just told you how the Lockridge device works, and that is the clearest explanation I have ever given.