Here is the passage:Loboc,
Don't have a clue what you're talking about - I never even used the thought of a diesel engine - please go back and re-read the article more carefully.
Fact are facts, if the car gets 20-23 mpg in MM and is able to store 1 mile for each mile driven that is 45-50 mpg - Do the Math!
"How Does it Do It – Even before I tried this Volting method, this is why I knew it would work - When I used to travel with company in my RV with a Cummins 8.3 liter diesel, I would run the generator to power the A/C unit. The generator would burn ¾ to 1 gal per hour, so I would typically burn around 8 gallons a day. A year later, I installed what I call a “No Gen” package, which included a high output alternator and an 12 volt to 110 volt inverter. This mod now allowed me to run my AC unit with the generator off since it was now powered by the main engines alternator. Before I installed the inverter package I got 9-10 m.p.g., after we installed the inverter package, I still got the same mileage 9-10 mpg. While I’m sure there was some extra consumption, it was so small it was not even measurable, I just acquainted it to the fact my 1000 ft lbs. of torque diesel, just didn’t feel the small amount of power required from the alternator. "
Maybe YOU should read the article.
"Fact are facts, if the car gets 20-23 mpg in MM and is able to store 1 mile for each mile driven that is 45-50 mpg - Do the Math!"
The 'math' is based on an assumption (actual several assumptions, but, I'll go with one for now) that you are indeed getting 1 mile EV for each mile driven in MM "for free". Where is this measured?
/Arguing with an over-unity/perpetual-motion expert is pointless. I probably won't respond to the answer.