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Low-Q: up : Profil -> forum_profile and another menu appears below, go to modify-profile -> edit buddy_list -> ignore -list something like thatlancalV: the time you took for write your messages is bigger than the time to understand my device

Yes, I progress to find another methods than mechanic spheres like electromagnetism. But my mechanic device in the pdf file is finished, it is logical, and all the calculations are in the file because I used logic, I proved the sum of energy is not conserved with a theoretical device. I don't know what I can add to be more clear. For you it is not logical ?

Well, that is not completely true. If you charge a 1000 l tank with water. The tank is a capacitor. This tank is connected to an equal tank at the same level. The connection is a tube with a ball valve at the bottom.Now, open the ball valve, and let the water flow into the other tank. After a while there is 500 liters in each. Now you have the same total storage of potential water.What you suggest, is that both tanks should have 707 liters in each, and asks where did the lost 414 liters of water go, and conclude with the following state: There is lost energy on the way.The same example applies to a capacitor. It is not only the Voltage (pressure at the bottom of the tank), but also the potential energy storage. You end up with 20uF capacitors with 5V in each. That is the exact same potential energy storage as one 10uF capacitor at 10V. No energy is lost.Vidar