I'm Kang Sam-jeong, the inventor who invented the electrostatic induction
|As I explained the electrostatic induction generator, it is clearly an
innovative generator which can generate electricity without being supplied
any energy from the outside power source. I'm sure that it is a power source
device of a new principle. I obtained a patent for the device with No. 0376636.
|Some say that it is impossible to generate electricity without any outside
power sources because it runs counter to the law of the conservation of
energy. However, the electrostatic induction generator is not based on the
law in that its basic principle follows cosθ. Electromagnetic induction
generators, on the other hand, faithfully observe Lenz's law, or the law
of the conservation of energy since they are based on sinθ. Thus, the basic
principle of the eletrostatic induction generator invented by me is not
completely different from that of electromagnetic induction generators.
|They tend to think that so-called laws are absolute, but they are not
necessarily so. For example, conductors such as copper and aluminium follow
Ohm's law, while semi-conductors, vaccum tubes and electrolytes do not.
That is a good example to show that laws are all not absolute and they could
fail to work in case they do not go with their conditions. Sine and cosine
are not quite different by nature and neither are the electrostatic induction
generator and eletromagnetic induction generators. In that respect, the
electrostatic induction generator should be viewed from other viewpoints
of the law of the conservation of energy.
|I'd like to emphasize again that the electrostatic induction generator
can produce electricity with no provision of energy from the outside as
it is not based on the law the conservation of energy. Judges understood
its characteristics to the full, so they granted me a patent for the device.
|It is not the first time that the device was granted a patent. In fact,
I acquired a patent for that with No. 8606 in September 10, 1980. Still,
I did not publicize my patent because it was at the basic level and I had
personal problems, too. I continued to work on the patented device further
since then. As a result, I could confirm an innovative fact to upgrade its
function and apllied for the upgraded generator with No. 2000-0060010 in
October 12, 2000. I finally acquired a patent for that with No. 0376636
in March 6, 2003. The Office of Patent Administration of Korea admitted
twice that the electrostatic induction generator can work without any provision
of energy from the outside.
|Yet, the academic circles still take a skeptical look at the generator
since they think that generating electricity without the supply of energy
goes against the law of the conservation of energy. I cannot but think that
they are overly dominated by their preconceived notions. It is a hasty conclusion
to say that the electrostatic induction generator cannot generate electricity,
not trying to confirm its basic principle. I'd like to suggest that they
visit my homepage or inquire my patent of the Office of Patent Administration
and examine its basic principle attentively.
|If they still think that the electrostatic induction generator cannot
produce electricity for itself, please come up with the reasons specifically.
I am ready to accept my faults and withdraw myself from the research if
I were really mistaken. If they fail to refute my idea logically, however,
I'll think it means that they acknowledge the value of my invention.
|The world is currently faced with energy crises and the problems of pollution.
Many scientists have worked on putting a variety of energy including nuclear
fusion, wind power and solar heat into practice in order to solve the problems
of energy exhaustion and pollution. Unfortunately, there were no strikingly
visible findings yet. The practical use of nuclear fusion has lots of technical
problems. Natural energy including wind power and solar heat is unlimited
but has yet to be effectively used because its energy has too low density
and is very changeable during day and night, and four seasons. Electromagnetic
induction generators have been used to solve such problems, but they need
a great deal of energy from the outside to generate electricity. So, they
have clear limits to resolving energy-related problems.
For those reasons, it is now desired to change the principle of generating
electricity. The electrostatic induction generator is an alternative. I
am convinced that it can be a reliable alternative to solving the problems
of energy crises and pollution. It is not difficult technically to make
the generator as it has a simple structure and does not require special
Considering the exhaustion of fossil energy resources and the worsening
problems of pollution, we have no time to hesitate to use the electrostatic
induction generator. Before it is too late, we should overcome the energy
crises by using the generator.
I appreciate those who visited my homepage and wish all of you good health
and good luck. Thank you.
|June, 25, 2003
Kang Sam-jeong, Republic of Korea
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