Device Criteria

Our goal is to find a device that is a prototype for a robust, safe, zero-point technology that can be developed and distributed on a worldwide basis.

These rigorous criteria reflect our study of devices over 20+ years.

Technology Criteria

Any device submitted must meet all these criteria.

  1. Inventors must make available to STAR. reports from transparent independent, professional, 3rd party testing and verification.
  2. The device must be self-running and closed-loop.   Any input power source to the device is returned by the device, which runs a load of at least 1 K.
  3. The technology must be able to be independently reproduced (by someone other than the inventor or his associates)  SOLELY from plans provided to STAR, including all details related to its reproduction.
  4. It needs to operate anywhere – regardless of Earth’s magnetic field variations.  It is acceptable if it needs to be tuned to different longitudes or locations, but the variables and tuning parameters must be known so it is not guesswork from location to location.   (Some devices do react to the magnetic fields of the earth, and their tuning can change with the magnetic fields or what minerals are in the earth)
  5. It must be tested for safety.  There can be no bio-hazardous (radioactive, dangerous chemical, etc.)  materials either in the device or a bi-product of the device.  There can be no FCC (telecommunications, TV, radio, cell phone etc.) disruption from the operation of the device. There can be no harmful radiation from its operation.
  6. It must run seamlessly for a prolonged time, exceeding at least 12 hours.  It must run well past the capacity of the input power so its over-unity performance is unambiguous.
  7. The device must have an on-off switch and run consistently without breaking down.  It must be sturdy enough to be moved with reasonable care without damage, components coming loose or failing in its operation.
  8. The device must not require tuning or reassembly with each on/off cycle.
  9. The device must be left with STAR for testing and reproduction.  If the inventor wants to retain a copy of the device, he should make two: one for himself and one for STAR.
  10. Plans that can be used to reproduce the device faithfully must be left with STAR. They must be complete and allow an independent 3rd party fabricator chosen by STAR to reproduce the device without input from the inventor accurately.  (The inventor may want to write out plans and have someone of their choosing reproduce the device for them from those plans to determine where there may be gaps in the plans and fill in those gaps before applying.)
  11. The device cannot be dependent on sun or wind, or other variables that would interrupt service.
  12. It must be economically viable for mass production and distribution.  It cannot contain extremely rare or very expensive materials.  A realistic supply chain must be available so it can be mass manufactured once developed.
  13. The inventor understands that the plans and device details will be open source.
  14. The inventor warrants that he is not infringing on any 3rd party intellectual property or patents.   The applicant indemnifies STAR for any intellectual property or patent infringement.
  15. The plans must be typed in English and conform to standard US fabricating and engineering requirements.