Dennis Lee: Legit, Scamster, Or Controlled Oposition? - Printable Version
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Dennis Lee: Legit, Scamster, Or Controlled Oposition? - dickcheney - 04-11-2007 05:13 AM
I just wanted to start this forum off by saying if you borrow the book from the dealer, send it back signed receipt, because if the dealer is strapped for cash, that book might just get lost in the mail. I built one of the Pantone carburetors, as explained on tesla-tech. The thing ran beautiful, and it is actually possible to "close the loop" (really cool) but sadly, the gasoline mixes with the water, and looks like milk, and won't run a thing, and won't even burn! It could be that Pantone, and Lee are bullshitartests, but Pantone got thrown in jail, and there is a more conspiratorial explanation :-) The gas I used was doped with not only ethinol but all sorts of other chemicals, some of which I isolated, and mixed with water. they mixed quite well (pure gasoline doesn't like water). I read a post by somebody who had one put on there car, and it seems they were able to run on old oil, but it was a constant job to keep the damnthing running, and oil gummed up everything! I think the carburator research should go in the direction of adding a small lawnmower or motorcycle crab to an engine (pre throttle valve) and using it to administer a fine mist of water during long hills, and highway driving. It would have to be shut off before the engine is or else RUST!!! Perhaps I will put the carb back together, and try it on some other fuels (dry-cleaning naphtha, or Coleman fuel) speaking of which, I heard about a case where somebody built the carb, and it wasn't any more efficient, unless he used Coleman fuel which i believe is gasoline without the additives. Home gasoline still? Anyway, I haven't bought any of his products, but I know that the mosquito magnet, and the stove-top fan work because they have been carried by reputable dealers. I think the theories of the power factor correction boxes are sound (power companies charge factories extra if they have a certain power factor). I also think the sterling engines he has (those things with pistons are actually big freon/co2 sterling engines!) are real, and very cool I might add. The 4th law of motion is utter horseshit. Of course you can get a motor to have more power if the armiture is hooked to one gear, and the stator to another, but the bearings in the motor will turn twice as fast, so why not just bolt it down and run the hell out of it? The stove-top thermocouple fan works, however the 4th law of motion doesn't work. This means that some of Lee's products work, and some don't. We just have to find out which are which.
I think people ought to try each of the products, and post back here, and tell if they are worth anything.