Ducked wrote:I'm assuming above (I suppose because the guy seems to be Australian) that this isn't a trick, i.e. the guy believes what he's saying, though he's presumably wrong.
Why would he be presumably wrong? I'm not arguing either way here, but why presume he's wrong or right?
I would say that his invention should be tested to find out how and why it manages to run with so little fuel. After examining it carefully, I might be able to ascertain more clearly what his experiment is demonstrating exactly. Even he said himself in his video that he only made this discovery whilst doing some testing along the way, as part of his longer term project. I don't think he was prepared to find that it actually ran in this manner. This is of course as I would expect as he is trying to discover new principles for himself and so each step he is taking is producing interesting and new results.
I'm interested in his work and will continue to follow to see how things turn out. He's not the only one working on this type of technology at the moment, and there are a few other videos out there which are also interesting in different ways, but they are all working towards the goal of more efficient engines and system principles.