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Hojo Motor

When the material is burned, the stored sunlight is released in usable form.

Nuclear reactions come from the fission of heavy metals. This is the source not only of nuclear power but also of geothermal energy, as the heat of the Earth's interior is about 80% due to nuclear reactions from heavy metals in the Earth's crust.

There are indeed sources of "free" energy: solar power and wind power. But solar and wind power, although free, do not come from nothing. They come from the sun, and in a very real sense are not "free," rather, the sun itself pays the price for them in its extravagant consumption of hydrogen for nuclear fusion. Magnets, unless powered by the wind (or some other energy source), do not serve this purpose. They do not provide free energy.

Hojo Motor Scam

If you do a search on-line for "free energy" or "magnet power" or "green energy" chances are you will find a link for an on-line marketer who offers the
plans for the Hojo motor for around $50.

The ads prominently feature the three patents that Howard Johnson earned for his motor design, and make extravagant claims that for a few hundred dollars in materials and a few hours of time, you can produce enough energy to power your home forever, free of further cost.

You should not be fooled by these ads. To replicate Johnson's work would require an enormous amount of money and time, not just a few hundred dollars and a few hours, and even then you would have only an improved design for an electric motor, not a way to generate free energy forever.

Hojo Motor Review

"Hojo motor" is, according to the claims of those marketing it, a device to produce free energy and get you off the grid forever. It is based on the work of inventor Howard Johnson, who developed several patented advances in magnet-powered motors.

The patents are real, and Johnson's inventions are certainly real, but the claim that you can obtain free energy from magnets by using them in a particular configuration to power a generator is completely false.

Magnet Motors

Hojo motor is based on the concept of the magnet motor, and there is certainly nothing wrong with that concept. Magnet motors are used in energy generation. For example, they play an important role in efficient designs for electricity-generating windmills.

However, in all legitimate cases, the magnet motor merely converts energy from one form to another; the energy has a source, and does not come from the magnets themselves. In the case of the windmill, the energy comes from the wind. The wind turns a rotor, which turns a generator, which produces electrical power.

The Three Sources Of Energy

So where does the energy come from that the marketers of the Hojo motor would have you believe can power your home for free? The only visible source of energy in the plans is the magnets themselves. But magnets represent only stored electricity, not an ongoing power source. Use of magnets to power a generator,
without any external power source, causes the magnets to run down and lose their charge over time.

Energy on this planet comes only from three sources: direct solar, stored solar (or fossil fuels), and nuclear reactions.

Direct solar is of course energy from the sun, and powers not only solar power properly so called but also wind power and hydroelectric power. Stored solar is sunlight that was used to grow plants and is now stored in plant matter (such as wood) and in fossil fuels (oil, coal, and natural gas). Continued below....


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