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Because a device works does

Because a device works does not make it valuable. Because one has a patent does not make that patent valuable:

And none of the patents you referenced were granted for "over-unity" or perpetual motion. They were issued to protect design or mechanical properties. No patents have ever been issued to protect perpetual motion properties because devices demonstrating such properties do not exist.