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Author Topic: 12 times more output than input, dual mechanical oscillation system !  (Read 1290770 times)

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Offline norman6538

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Re: 12 times more output than input, dual mechanical oscillation system !
« Reply #3586 on: December 30, 2017, 02:01:07 AM »

someone said that

"The oil rigs use large motors to keep the pendulum swinging"

I maintain that the rotating weight is a counter weight that matches the
weight of the oil in the well such that when properly balanced only oil
being removed at the top requires work. But that counter weight also shifts
left and right and thus changes the leverage from more to less leverage as needed.

Also consider the Hand water pump
with a long handle and a weight it end - the counter balance. If the weight
was too heavy the handle would always hang down and if the weight
was too small then the handle would always stay up. But properly balanced
the handle will stay where it sops.

So the oil rig has 2 factors - the varying leverage and the rotating counter weight
that balances and unbalances the oil in the well.

What would make this device what it is supposed to be would be if the counter weight could be
rotated with a small force and then lift a larger force - it could be cascaded and would work
all on its own when looped back to itself.

What I always thought might be possible would be to sync 2 rigs together such that one weight
was rotating up and the other down and they even out the work required to turn them. It seems to
me that two wells could be pumped for the power to operate just one well.

I have tried many ways to sync two devices so that they offset each other. My best results came from the
bicycle crank like device that captured centrifical twisting force when the equal weights moved up and down
with little effort but when those weights were horizontal they would twist from the centrifical force if they were mounted
on flat pivot.



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