an explanation without proof of concept, despite the anomaly, will
raise an eyebrow of even the most open minded. This site now
features that proof of concept as a follow up to the original article on Keelynet and is the results of my ongoing research based on the experiments detailed in the writings of Edward Leedskalnin.
I originally began this project to demonstrate the possibility of perpetual motion while studying at Purdue University in May of 2002.
have continued to be interested in this device because it defies
natural laws of physics and is unexplainable by conventionally excepted
electromagnetic theory. Modern science says it is impossible, but
Edward Leedsklanin's theory says it is simple, natural, and that it's
workings are misunderstood because there are some important aspects in
the foundations of science being taught in schools that are wrong.
more intriguing than the ability to store energy indefinitely, the
Perpetual Motion Holder can act like a living thing; and because it
operates on the principles of a theory with a sound base of
understanding, Leedskalnin is able to use this device as a real working depiction of the atom and the earth. Throughout
his writings Leedskalnin points to a lack in a base understanding in
all branches of science, and is quite thorough in his disparaging
of J.J. Thomson's electron invention.
Perpetual Motion Holder is primarily a teaching device but it has many
functions including an electromagnet, this is easy enough to see; it is a
generator—spin a magnet between the coils it will generate electricity;
it functions as a transformer; it demonstrates how permanent magnets
are made, and is a holder of perpetual motion. The latter will be
demonstrated now because it is important for you to see it defy some of
the most basic laws of physics and a few, more sophisticated laws of
modern EM theory. In the least, this experiment should generate
questions for even the well versed scholar of modern theory.
Admittedly, the intention is in part is to show weakness in the current
excepted views on the nature of the universe and to challenge J.J.
Thomson's invention of the electron.
Leedskalnin includes construction details for the Perpetual Motion Holder in his book, Magnetic Current.
Magnetic Current provides instructions for experiments that Leedskalnin
utilizes to prove electricity is composed of two currents that move
forward with a right hand twist; and that the base of these two currents
is the individual North and South Pole magnet. This can be realized
with a few simple experiments.