I appreciate and understand the optimism. However, I highly recommend you replace optimism with objectivism. A device such as the one described would be very easy to demonstrate. In other words, it could easily be shown to work. Therefore, if a functional device were available for demonstration, then it would not take long to demonstrate the device and convince a large number of highly qualified individuals who could attest to its functionality. I recommend you find these individuals who can testify to its functionality. If you cannot find the individuals (credible scientists and engineers who have tested the unit first hand), then the rational position is to consider that the unit does not work as claimed - or at least that there is insufficient evidence to make a judgement on the matter.
You had your fun. Now it's time to go to jail. Thanks for your help tiny ad.