Mr YILDIZ was invited to Spain, in order to have meetings about BSMH project. Production, distributorship and other subjects are discussed. Local authorities work on the subject for possible cooperation.
The expo is in Istanbul, between the dates 24-27th October 2013. Muammer YILDIZ will be at the expo, but the booth will be closed on 27th.
You can find us at Hall: 9, Booth: M131
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Currently, Mr Yildiz is very busy, working on development of his machine. We apologize in advance that we will not be able to update you during this period. As soon as the work is completed, we will share the progress with you. Thank you for your understanding.
Licence for manufacturing will be granted in 5 different power ranges:
To apply for a licence, please use the Contact Form on our web page, send in "Letter of Intent" along with documentation describing your company. Meetings will be arranged according to applications order.
For contributing to our participation in the 2013 Geneva Inventions Fair.
The Turkish Patent Institute has invited Muammer YILDIZ to demonstrate his all-magnet motor at the 41st International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva from April 10 – 14, 2013. That is the same convention where Peruvian inventor, Fernando Sixto Ramos Solano received a Bronze award last year for his force multiplier system.
Muammer YILDIZ has been working on his invention for 33 years.
During this long period, he has faced so many difficulties. And thanks to GOD, he is still alive and keeps on going, till the end, for his inventions, in order to serve the people with his projects.
As you can imagine easily, there is a huge interest of people, companies, governments, investors so on. But the main problem is that, more than 90% of these are having masks on their faces. They don’t show their real faces and intentions till the last moment.
All these years gave YILDIZ the experience to see the faces behind the masks. But he believes that one day, he will be able to work with the people who are 100% honest.
The assembly of the Yildiz motor consists essentially of permanent magnets, plastic and aluminum. However, experiments confirm that, without being connected to any other conventional source of energy (such as batteries, radioactivity, etc.), the motor is able to continually develop torque on a spinning axis, and can be operated by this way as a prime mover. In this short article a quite simple qualitative model, which attempts to combine mainstream theories, is proposed aiming at characterizing the behavior of the apparatus.
Unusual experimental results suggest that an ingenious assembly of permanent magnets might allow unfolding useful mechanical energy without recourse to conventional sources. A first attempt at introducing a possible theoretical background for this discovery is made.