George Bevins

From Kook Science

Newspaper photograph of Bevins's motor-driven dynamo and battery apparatus that was alleged to output 20% more power than was input.

George Bevins was an American coal dealer based in Terre Haute, Indiana who, according to 1914 newspaper reports, claimed the development of a perpetual motion machine consisting of a motor-driven dynamo that charged a storage battery that, in turn, powers the motor, this circuit, by some unspecified addition, alleged to produce an output of twenty percent more power than was initially put into the system.

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