AuroraTek has appeared for a second time at this years Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. This year claiming again they have a free energy device.
The following video interview is quite revealing . For those of you not wishing to watch the interview I have provided a full transcript at the end of the article.transcript.
Some of the highlights includes Bill Alek stating:
“That when we apply power to it input power we see more power coming out than what we put in.”
On explaining the theory of operation :
“you access the negative time domain OK with this technology”
“it gets into quantum mechanics, and special relativity.”
“we have the transformer that’s in a bifilar configuration OK that acts on electron flows by setting up opposing forces”
” those electron flows such that it behaves like a su… super conductor”
“Well you see in superconductors there is a quantum tunneling effect that’s occurring OK in the material and it’s done by setting up opposing forces inside the lattice. We’re doing the same thing with our tech”
History and technology Insights
Last year Bill also appeared at the 2014 CES making claims that production would begin during 2014. To quote from an update email:
AuroraTek hopes to deliver 100-W unit by mid-April; 250 W by mid-May (2014)
Here’s the latest update from Bill Alek.
- From: William Alek
- To: undisclosed-recipients:
- Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2014 10:26 PM
- Subject: AuroraTek NEWS BRIEF: SmartPAK Status
- Greetings from the Land of AZ,
- Just to let everyone know, I’m presently programming the DSP microcontroller that’s on the SmartPAK boards. The controller runs at about 30 MIPS. Because of security issues, I can’t go into any detail. The programming should take a few weeks to complete and test.
- Aurora and I will be at the Preppers Fest March 21 – 23. The event will be held at the Arizona Fair Grounds. If you’re in town, stop by our booth! I will also be giving a lecture – “The Reality of FREE Energy.”
- I have some deliveries to make in mid-month of April. My plan is to deliver a couple of 100 Watt units.
- By mid-May, I plan to deliver a 250 Watt unit.
- Also, Aurora and I will be at the Extraordinary Technology Conference, July 30 – Aug 3. The event will be held in Albuquerque, NM. I will be giving a lecture about the amazing Floyd Sweet device.
- My proverbial plate is full…
- Source: http://peswiki.com/index.php/Free_Energy_Blog:2014:03:08#AuroraTek_hopes_to_deliver_100-W_unit_by_mid-April.3B_250_W_by_mid-May.3B_Patent_matter
So the question is “What Happened to the deliveries”?
The following is also form a a peswiki article
AuroraTek claims 200% efficiency
Today, Anirban Saha from India brought to our attention this statement from Bill Alek of AuroraTek
- Success! After two weeks of testing, I have a power transformer that is outputting watts. For a given load, the transformer has an efficiency of 200% and runs a few degrees BELOW ambient room temperature. In addition, when I short the secondary, the primary voltage-to-current phase angle exceeds 90 degrees, which is unheard-of in the electrical engineering world! This means it’s sending watts of electric power BACK to the generator. The transformer efficiency is not only infinite, but becomes NEGATIVE. The generator delivering power to the transformer is NO longer a generator but a motor – absolutely fascinating! No other electrical device I know of is capable of doing this.
From the above article this update appeared:
July 18, am update
I got a phone message from Aurora wondering if I wanted to invest now on the ground level, in somthing that is likely to get a 1000-fold return on investment later. I can’t hardly invest when I am getting by on donations. But I thought I’d forward her message.
— SilverThunder 13:11, 16 July 2014 (UTC)
In the last 12 months nothing has been delivered or 3rd party verified. The only demonstrations at CES are in private rooms. If the claims were real the investment community or industry would be all over this. I think the video speaks for itself. I have no problems with Bill’s quest, his research and efforts other than making claims that can not be supported and actively seeking investment money using misleading claims. Is it a measurement error or lack of understanding on Bills part? The facts speak for themselves, there is no overunity here.There are a lot of generic and colorful language describing its opperation with out any data suggesting these hypothesis are correct.
I remember back in 2012 visiting the John Rohner roadshow at the CES, and we all know how that ended (for those who do not it is still before the courts)
Here is the lesson. I encourage and support all efforts into research seeking new energy solutions. However do it without the BS claims, but rather be honest and point out what you hope to achieve and the reasons why. Use sound data and have everything third party verified by suitably qualified people.
Full Transcript from 2015 CES Interview
Here is a transcript of the interview. (Thank you Mark E @ Overunity.com)
Bill Alek: That when we apply power to it input power we see more power coming out than what we put in.
Kyle Russell: Is that like a perpetual motion machine? Uh that, it seems like not realistic.
Bill Alek: Oh yeah.
Kyle Russell: You know I didn’t receive a degree in electrical engineering so what am I missing?
Bill Alek: Right. Well yeah, I mean there are are a lot of well there’s a few scams out there on the internet OK that kind of promote these technologies.
I’ve been into it for about fifteen years. So I …
Kyle Russell: So how are you not breaking the law of thermodynamics?
Bill Alek: Well how you do it is that you acc … you access the negative time domain OK with this technology.
Kyle Russell: I can’t tell if you are trolling me or not.
Bill Alek: No, it gets into quantum mechanics, and special relativity.
Kyle Russell: Can, can you use small words for me?
Bill Alek: That’s why we say it’s the most advanced …
Kyle Russell: Break this down into small words for me.
Bill Alek: OK well the middle description of it would be we have the transformer that’s in a bifilar configuration OK that acts on electron flows by setting up opposing forces.
Kyle Russell: OK.
Bill Alek: On those electron flows such that it behaves like a su… super conductor.
Kyle Russell: OK. So it seems like you’re like I think you are like replacing batteries. So where are you selling this technology to?
Bill Alek: Well you see in superconductors there is a quantum tunneling effect that’s occurring OK in the material and it’s done by setting up opposing forces inside the lattice. We’re doing the same thing with our tech.
Kyle Russell: OK so …
Bill Alek: That’s what’s so unique about this.
Kyle Russell: OK. So, what kind of people would end up buying this thing and putting it in their product?
Bill Alek: The entire world. We have a trillion dollar market with this tech. There’s no other product that can …
Kyle Russell: The words on your face I can’t tell again if you’re just messing with everyone’s head or not.
Bill Alek: No, no it’s so fantastic that I have to … to (laughs) smile.
Kyle Russell: (laughs)
Bill Alek: OK so who’s funding this?
Bill Alek: Umm, well we do have a small group of investors .
Kyle Russell: OK.
Bill Alek: Uh through Aurora’s contacts. Aurora’s my partner there. (gestures)
Kyle Russell: OK.
Bill Alek: And She would the one to talk to for distributors, representatives, uh people that would want to invest in the corporation. She would be the one to talk to.
Kyle Russell: OK.
Bill Alek: I am just the tech guy. And I …
Kyle Russell: (interrupts) So what products currently use the technology?
Bill Alek: Well we want to put it in the scooter.
Kyle Russell: OK.
Bill Alek: OK, Which is right behind you.
Kyle Russell: Why is a scooter a good point for a technology that could change the world?
Bill Alek: Uh, because it’s easy to do.
Kyle Russell: (giggles) Make something that seemingly breaks the laws of physics but this one’s an easy implementation.
Bill Alek: Oh yeah. Yeah, it’s an easy demonstrator. Now, I also give demonstrations…
Kyle Russell: (interrupts) You know minimum viable product, minimum viable product. I like your philosophy here.
Bill Alek: Umm, we also give demonstrations of the technology.
Kyle Russell: OK should we come back some time for the demo or …
Bill Alek: Umm, … we’re giving it in the hotel room, I’ve got the equipment set-up there. Where I show people that I put power in and I get more power out.
Kyle Russell: Is that possibly a measurement error?
Bill Alek: No! No, because actually you see it actually on the oscilloscope where the phase angle literally goes over 90 degrees which is unheard of. There’s just no other electrical replacement that has this kind of behavior.
Kyle Russell: Have you showed this off at: MIT, or Berkeley, or Stanford yet?
Bill Alek: (pauses) Umm … (grimaces) No.
Kyle Russell: Why not?
Bill Alek: Uh, well because we’re just introducing it here at the show. So umm you know that would be a … a future possibility.
Kyle Russell: OK.
Bill Alek: And they can watch the video.
Kyle Russell: Well alright. Well yeah I know it’s going to be live on Tech Crunch so uh, … So thanks for the brief run down.
Bill Alek: OK, very good. Thank you for stopping by.
Darrell Etherington: Kyle!
Kyle Russell: So I am almost entirely certain that’s not real.
Darrell Etherington: Are you sure?