Perendev Magnetic Motor
A Report, May 20, 2004
Disclosure of Former Relationship Between Allan and Brady
May 20, 2004
Two months later Brady sent viewed video
footage of the same motor in motion. I am personally convinced the motor was
self-propelling (tapping into the Earth's magnetic field or some other force
field not visible -- my model, not necessarily his). In the video, Brady
did not do a walk-around during acceleration, only during deceleration, so the
video was not skeptic-proof (the skeptic can say a cheater device was attached
during acceleration). Another video was promised, and supposedly sent in
December 2003, but never arrived.
On Feb 17, 2004, Brady said he was coming to the U.S. to demo his 20 kW unit,
and that he wanted me to pull together an auction for him to sell the technology
outright. "Minimum bid: $500,000,000 USD in reserve."
April 2005 Update
In the Fall of 2004, having received a healthy infusion of funds, Mike was
forging ahead, claiming to be ready shortly to publicly display his motor on
German Television. We were able to burry the hatchet of our past schism
that resulted from my publishing the report on this present page, and
re-established a positive rapport as well as a tentative business relationship,
in which I was once again spearheading the gathering of a team to manufacture
and market his magnet motor in North America.
Former Official Website
A Brief History
First Working Prototype; Winter, 2002
The first working prototype was composed of Aluminum. Brady was going to come to the U.S. in April 2002 to demo it. His first flight scheduled was postponed because of a U.S. terror alert. The second flight scheduled was postponed because his associate (who later was discovered to be embezzling from him) came down with rickets. At that point Brady had scheduled to ship the device to me via freight. The third flight scheduled was canceled because his device began to stop working. A breaking effect began to show up, allegedly as an interaction between the magnets and the aluminum as the aluminum began to be charged. I confirmed all flights prior to their cancellation. He was coming on his own financial backing, and was asking nothing from us until we had a chance to see it in operation.
Second Working Prototype Iteration: Late Summer/Fall, 2002
Non-disclosure confidentiality prevents discussion.
Third Working Prototype Iteration: Winter, 2003
The third prototype was the one I helped assemble with him in Johannesburg in December, which Mike got working in February and sent a video showing it in operation. As I watch it yet again, I express my assessment that no cheater device was present and that the video is a bona fide presentation of a working device.
Fourth Prototype Iteration Computer Rendition: Spring 2003
During the Spring of 2003, Mike used some systems modeling software to engineer a more optimal design prior to creating it in situ. So confident was he of the computer modeling that he began to announce on his website that he would be doing a world tour with his device; and the he would begin taking orders for the first units. I talked him into removing that information from his site until the unit was built in fact, and to not publicly announce his level of progress until units were able to be made in mass production; and I urged him to not take any monies for units until he had proven that the design indeed worked in reality. He was hoping to have it done in time to come to the ExtraOrdinary Technology in July in SLC 2003.
Meanwhile, with his permission, we had already begun construction of a modification ourselves. We were not able to get it to work. It was very well engineered by a Ph.D. machinist. You can see a photo of it in the collage at the top of this page. It is the device sitting behind the second "e" of "Free."
By May of 2003, Mike claimed three working prototypes currently in operation.
On August 11, he told me he had achieved 20 kW from the motor and high
torque. He wanted to produced 20 units right away and get them to the
parties that had shown the most interest in licensing. That never
Prototype Iteration Six
On April 3, 2004 in conjunction with a letter about the coming to the Extraordinary Technology conference at the end of July that he wanted to attend, he mentioned that his "new unit is nearly ready." On April 15, he sent me an updated computer-rendering of the latest design, which is not greatly different from the above rendition.
On May 13, Mike wrote, "we have tested the unit with a larger alternator rated at 60 kw with very little degrading of the motors performance, this will use 100% of the motors power, so we will run the unit on a 20kw alternator so that the motors duty cycle will be about 60% of it's capability."
That brings us up to date as of the time of this writing. (May 20, 2004)
Prototype Iteration Seven
Mike Brady the Man
While I do not like Brady's tendency to promise and not deliver, I have
generally written it off as part of the inventor eccentricity: optimism without
a reality check.
Brady tends to be very pessimistic about the world and people. It was hard to be around his negativism about life for long stretches of time.
I'm sure he would not want me to show the above photo of him taken while I was there in Dec. 2003 because it is "not a good picture" if him. However, I will say that this captures the person I met for five days in Johannesburg. While he has his happy moments (mainly with his step children), he is so tired of all the rigmarole involved in birthing his ideas to fruition. He has had many ideas stolen from him, and it has jaded him. The loss of his son about a decade ago in a senseless murder has left a deep scar. I didn't enjoy his deep racism toward the blacks.
While we were there, he told us story after story of events from his colorful life. He has lived a sort of James Bond type of existence. Under cover cop for quite a while. We met quite a few of his friends, and they unknowingly corroborated the stories Mike had told us, including past stolen inventions that would have been worth a lot of money to him.
Will Mike be able to bring this magnetic motor to fruition -- to the marketplace? Will he get out of it what he thinks its worth?
My opinion is that he needs to humble himself or he will see neither. When he humbles himself, those two elements will merge -- bring to fruition a great device for a price that is modest and satisfactory at the same time.
Best wishes to whoever takes it from here.
Sterling D. Allan
From: Sterling D. Allan
To: Mike Brady
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 12:29 AM
Remember our early conversations more than two years ago. You said you were doing this for mankind, and not for money.
Friday, May 21, 2004 6:46 PM
My objectives in telling this story are as follows, in order of importance to me:
- publicly announce the severance of my relationship with Brady so that my reputation is no longer sullied by his unscrupulous dealings. Many people knew of the tie, and they should know the tie is now broken.
- hope that another person might learn about the technology who has the means and disposition to pursue it, notwithstanding Brady's quirks and see his product to market- provide a warning to others who might be inclined to engage with Brady (so they know what they are up against).
- report to the FE community the present status of the Perendev operation.
- tell an interesting story in the world of free energy
- spur Brady to possible reassess his direction
Index created by Sterling
D. Allan May 18, 2004