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Author Topic: two patents on six machines designed to convert gravity to mechanical energy.  (Read 27138 times)

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Or save yourself hassle and go  to
http://pat2pdf.org

The US patent office is a pretty shoddy place. If a patent has been accepted by the EPO, then that means something more.
I really don't see how this idea can work. the problem is that on the depth, for example, of 1 meter, the water pressure is .1 atm, which requires a considerable force to overcome.
On the other hand, there is no much force available because the device only works by the difference between sinking and floating, which is not that much.
what do u think?

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hi

so i it overunity?

any demonstration ?

Answer to question number one: No.

Answer to question number two: No.

I hope this helps.

Bill


Offline brian334

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This is so daum.

 

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