The vocabulary of modern science leaves it open to much criticism when it applies the word 'law' to phenomenon that has been observed, measured, tested and demonstrated repeatedly to behave in a uniform and predictable manner to the point that any exceptions are labeled errors or failures. Since the first days of science, the 'laws' that have previously been established is definitive, immutable paradigms have later been found to cover the majority of cases where the 'law' applies - but not all. Is 'law' an appropriate word for science?
For a quick update, in my first video, I could only get the machine to run for about 10 seconds. Since that initial video, I have put together a small team - a Master Electrician, an Electrical Engineer and a good friend of mine that has worked on generators and motors for over 30 years. We worked on this machine off and on for two years. We changed the paddle wheel and the pulley wheels to make it more efficient. We also added more sorely needed components.and we rebuilt and rewound the generator at least a dozen times. The end result is that the machine now runs for 25 minutes.So now the team has disbanded.until we get more informational data.