BREAKING: WhipMag Designer Makes Public Statement

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Public Statement by "Overconfident": reproduced exactly

"There's magic, or serendipity at work here. Al constructed this device merely to prove to me that what I was seeing in my dream was pure fantasy, that OU from magnets was not possible."

"He still believes this."

"And I am willing to accept that as well, once it has been rigorously studied. Other than a whimsical name I first used (MPMM), I have not made any claims for this device and I half expect it to be nothing more than a curiosity. But the other half thinks this might be the greatest discovery since fire."

"During prototype construction, Al discovered some unexpected behavior. He has not made any claims for the device either, simply demonstrated the anomaly he has seen. He and I are both encouraging further study and we are participating in the effort to the extent we are individually capable."

"If you want to better understand what's happening here, build it, study it, create your own theories. Please don't attack us for what we have shared. "

Everything I might know has been posted here in the Steorn forum.

The effect discovered by Al is not even something I would have expected. If you look at my graphics and animations, you will see that I was considering a much larger and slower device, using many more magnets.

The effect you saw in the video was completely unexpected, just a fluke. It may well be the only thing worth the effort to explain. Still, it appears to be something new and interesting. I still would like to see my original concept constructed and analyzed.

I'm truly sorry I am not able to explain what's happening in the device. That was why I tried to discuss some of my thoughts with others much more knowledgable.

All of them scoffed at the idea, including Al. I am just an aging baby boomer with a high-school education. I had an idea that appears to never have been examined by an inquisitive mind. And that is all I'm asking for.Al is my angel. At least he took some of his time to try and demonstrate to me, at my level, how this idea "Cannot Possibly Work". That's more than anyone else was willing to do. Nobody here can possibly miss his presence more than I do.

Doing what I have has turned my life upside down. I have a job, a family, and other pressing matters to take care of. I need to get back to that. I have been trying to see this through at least until someone else is able to replicate the effect. If the heat gets too great, I may vanish before that happens.

I hope I have been able to cover my tracks well enough to avoid public exposure. If there are MiBs out there, I'm sure they know who I am already. That doesn't concern me, eliminating me at this point would not solve their problem. What does concern me is public attention. It would probably kill me even more effectively and more painfully than anything the MiB could do.

I don't want money. I don't want fame.

I just want my idea to get a fair hearing, and to get back to a "normal" life.(If I have my way, this is about as close as you'll get to an interview with me)



Read the entire thread here.


Alsetalokin OK And Steorn Forums Back Online

Alsetalokin is OK and has turned up over on where everyone seemed to move after the Steorn website / forums and SPDC went offline (thanks to several posters for this information)- we are still waiting on a response from Steorn as to the explanation.

Most likely is that their webserver crashed or they had a power outage.

So, replication of the WhipMag now continues and we'll bring you updates at regular intervals.


WhipMag Motor Replication Interrupted

Steorn public and private replication efforts for the awe inspiring WhipMag Magnet Motor have been halted due to both webservers being "down". The timing of this is suspect to say the least and we have yet to have a technical analysis of what has caused this. which contains the public forums being used for the majority of the replication efforts towards confirming new bizarre magnetic effects and possible overunity effects are now down or unreachable.

Some users who have commented on other sites like are suggesting that the site may be being externally jammed to prevent progress, while others are putting it down to power failure or loss of connectivity with Steorn's webservers.

As a further blow to any replication efforts the SPDC (Steorn Private Developers Club) is also unreachable.

The exact time that the incident occurred is not known at present, but as we write this both sites are still unavailable and offline.

Lots of users are now continuing the replication over on .

Alarmingly, Alsetalokin has not been seen or heard from in the last few days.
More news on these events as we get it.


OCAL / WhipMag Magnet Motor Runs For 7hrs+ !

Monday, January 14, 2008

In a recent conversation on the Steorn Forums Al gives more information on the performance of the device. The OCAL or WhipMag (it has many names) is alleged to have sustained motion for 7 hours and 26 minutes before Al stopped it manually. Additionally there have been separate reports from an SPDC member that a replication effort he tried has went 20 seconds at constant speed.

How long it would have went on beyond that is anyon'e guess. Below are extracts of conversations from the forum.

alsetalokin: I started it at 02:14
It is pretty noisy with the bearings chattering and growling, but I think I might be able to sleep.

then posting later he said......

alsetalokin: Shut down by stopping stator mag at about 09:43
RPM just before shutdown: Rotor 1257, Stator 5030

Al's sleep time = 07 hrs. 26 min.

Check out the raw comments here


OCMM / WhipMag Magnet Motor Video Update

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Same video above, but lightened for better viewing.

In the last few days we've seen a lot of discussion and frenzied posting over on the Steorn user forums. If you haven't been keeping up with the story, then basically a device created by two Steorn forum members - overconfident and alsetalokin has created quite a stir. Watch the video and you'll see why.

Incidentally, the name they have chosen for this device has been changed from the OCMPMM to the rather uninspired and creatively retarded WhipMag. Nevertheless, If it does what it seems to then the name will be irrelevant.

Many people are now lining up to try and replicate the device in their own workshops while trying to stick as rigidly to the original design as possible. This being made possible by the opensource aspect of the design and theory with plans freely available

So far about 10 people are constructing serious mock ups in an effort to confirm / deny the effects shown in the video.

Plans, diagrams and CAD drawings can be found here


Steorn Forum Members Demo Magnet Motor Video

Saturday, January 5, 2008

Two Steorn forum members "Overconfident" and "Alsetalokin" have been experimenting with ideas for how to construct an all-magnet motor with no other motive force. One of them shot a video showing acceleration of the device they designed and constructed. Despite our attempts to secure an interview they have both declined at this moment in time. The video was posted on YouTube on Jan. 4, 2008 and is featured above in this post.

Overconfident had the idea and designed the device, meanwhile alsetalokin took the ideas that he seen promise in and developed them into the working model you see in the video.

The rig is initially started by hand, then once the secondary counter-rotating magnet gets in sync, the device accelerates to 1700 rpm, meanwhile the second magnet appears to spin in excess of 4000 rpm. By further tweaking two of the three secondary magnets the assembly seems to spin even faster. The optical tachometer measures 5,000 rpm.

"It spins, we don't know why." -- Alan Setalokin (Jan. 6, 2008)

Alan also had this to say when myself and Sterling Alan of Peswiki asked for an interview.

"If you want my opinion, I think Sterling and 007 should go interview each other, and leave me the f**k alone."

"Overconfident" had this to say:

"Sterling, it's about time! I submitted information to your wiki twice about this project in its earlier stages and never received so much as an acknowledgement. It was already worthy of mention almost a month ago. What took you so long?"

"Just like everyone else, I guess. Has to be on YouTube before it's worth a second look."

The good news is that the device is "open source" and should be able to be replicated by anyone with skills in this area. It should be noted that lots of testing will still need to be done before anyone is shouting "free energy", but regardless of that it looks like a very significant breakthrough.

I sincerely hope that the two Steorn forum members change their mind and decide to be interviewed.


Steorn Forum:


Free Energy Tech Needed Now

Friday, January 4, 2008

If ever there was a time for Steorn or any other free energy technology to take hold, then it's 2008. Over the next few years it will become impossible to keep oil production in line with demand. Higher prices, oil shortages and ultimately oil wars may result.

Startegic control of oil reserves may become an issue to end all issues.

We need to get behind the companies who are attempting to bring these technologies to market, otherwise we are heading for certain disaster. Fossil fuels have dominated for the last 100 years and it's time our energy generation changed significantly away from these polluting forms of energy.

Check out the work of Nikola Tesla and how "big oil" soon put an end to any thoughts of free energy he had (despite working devices). The famous conversation he apparently had where JP Morgan turns to Tesla and says 'free energy? - that's no good, how the hell do we put a meter on that".

Extract From BBC Business:

The biggest catalyst for oil's seemingly remorseless rise has been the simplest economic driver there is: the balance between demand and supply.

Demand is at an all-time high, fuelled by the continued breakneck economic expansion of the Indian and Chinese economies.

With more than a billion people in each country, and both economies growing fast, manufacturers and consumers are sucking in energy at an ever-increasing rate.

China overtook Japan as the world's second-largest consumer of oil in 2003 and is closing in on the US, with demand for oil growing at about 15% a year.

Analysts worry global demand for oil is so intense that supplies may not keep pace.
Demand will rise by an average of 2.2 million barrels a day next year, the International Energy Agency says, compared with the 1.5 million-barrel rise seen in 2007.

It says annual demand will rise 2% up to 2012, while other projections suggest demand could soar from about 90 million barrels a day to as much as 140 million over 25 years.

Where will prices head next?
Many people scoffed when analysts from investment bank Goldman Sachs said in 2005 that prices could eventually top $100 a barrel.

"All of the factors that pushed us above $80 are now moving us higher," said Peter Beutel at Cameron Hanover in Connecticut.

"Until we get more supply or demand starts to take a hit, there is no reason we can't see any number."


$100 A Barrel - Peak Oil Now Biting Hard

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Oil price at record $100 a barrel.
This week oil has finally tipped over the $100 a barrel mark. This time last year it was around $55 a barrel. When are we going to wake up to the fact that we need to find a fast replacement for oil and indeed ALL fossil fuels.

China's rapid industrialisation means there are now a few more Billion people who want oil, and they want it in VAST quantities. For the rest of us, this means paying the oil companies more when we fill up our cars. It means food bills will be on the rise, since the cost of transportation will be passed on to the consumer - YOU.
The BBC website had this to say:
There are those who believe that oil prices can rise significantly higher.

While daily price rises have been blamed on unrest in oil-supplying countries such as Nigeria, an underlying and significant factor has been an increase in demand from China and India.

"$100 is just the beginning," said Zachary Oxman, senior trader at Wisdom Financial in California.

"This is kicking off what you are going to see this year. There will be huge moves up in gold and huge moves up in crude."

Central banks such as the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve are worried that rising oil prices will prevent them cutting interest rates.

Expensive oil increases inflation, which makes it more difficult to make the rate cuts that the central banks may have to implement to boost growth.



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