Read your link.
Originally Posted by Orbz
It has been patented as
“A Means of Controlling A Rotary Device” .
Which is of course what it does.
The patent does not claim it as a free energy device.
So when you buy one as a free energy device, and it does not produce, it was never patented as that.
If it was provable as a free energy device, why does the patent not state it's function?
Could it be that they cannot prove free energy production?
Whatever works, use it.
A good idea stands on its own value independent of authorship.
If it stands or falls on the credibility of the author, maybe it isn't such a good idea.