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    1. Paul T

      Paul T Well-Known Member

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      Did man invent time? Is it perpetual?
       
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      Is the magnetic spectrum perpetual throughout the universe or just this planet?

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      So currently I have two x 26kg flywheels and a pulley that weighs 20.5kg. Total = 72.5kg....

      I have redesigned two 800mm flywheels from 5mm aluminium.

      Using Solidworks I calculate their weight to be less than 3kg each.

      That should make a huge difference.
       
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      The world is changing and new discoveries about energy are still being made:

       
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      Super conductors are really awesome inventions. They hold a lot of promise. The best thing about them is they do not violate our current laws of thermodynamics. Its not some miraculous source of free energy or perpetual motion. They are a way of storing much larger amounts of electrical energy than previous capacitor materials and designs.
      Exciting, yes, but irrelevant to your quixotic quest.
       
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      The difference will be that your device coasts to a stop much faster that it does with the heavy flywheels.
      It will make no difference it its inablilty to amplify torque.
       
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      Ok, so this is the deciding experiment then.

      I'm intrigued to know if what you say turns out to be false, what will that mean to you Erich?
       
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      If the device does not slow down faster than it did with heavy fly wheels, I would want to see pictures and understand the mechanism in greater detail.

      How about you, if the device slows down rapidly, does that mean my understanding of the world is correct and yours not.
      Will you save your family the drain on finances and take up golf instead?

      I know that your device is not going to produce 2 kw of power when supplied with just 1 kw. That is the very definition of a perpetual motion machine.

      Think about that claim the original inventor is making. I can take a 1 kw motor, connect it to the device, drive a 2kw generator.
      Take output from generator, feed it back to the 1kw motor and split wires off to drive another 1kw motor that is connected to another device .............

      You could hook up an infinite number of these things and then give the first one a spin and they would all start spinning and spinning until something wore out or broke. If this thing is so powerful, why are you unable to make one device spin and overcome its own friction. It does not even need to do any useful output just keep spinning.
       
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      Hi Erich, hopefully I have everyone's attention now:


      Prototype 6 with no belt fitted, 2 x 26kg flywheels, 1 x 20.5kg pulley

      Run time less than 2 mintues

      https://www.dropbox.com/s/omk3ocpbjlw2eth/IMG_1043.MOV?dl=0


      Compared with Prototype 5, no pulley and 2 x 26kg flywheels

      https://www.dropbox.com/s/d8iubl4ik0mcil8/20150309_175009.mp4?dl=0

      Run time 3 minutes.


      I just see it as a set of tipping scales locked in a loop with pendulums that behave a little like dominoes.


      What pictures do you want the videos say it all.

      All someone smart enough has to do is model a one way bearing in a simulation and we can prove it there too.

      Thanks,

      Paul
       
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      You don't need to. You build one that meets the necessary requirements.

      Exactly like a solar PV or wind setup only this device replaces the wind turbine or solar panels.

      Because I haven't got the variables right yet. Having very light and strong passive flywheels with my heavy active flywheel will produce this result. I haven't seen it with my own eyes yet and I'm willing to share the result with you all.

      I have very little money at the moment as I took a £1500 loan to get the device further because I am so dedicated to proving if the technology is viable.

      I have 100% faith there is something special happening here.

      Just like you I have to see it with my own eyes too.
       
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