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Author Topic: BRAZIL - Company is building a Gravity Generator http://www.rarenergia.com.br/  (Read 108405 times)

Offline Grimer

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  How big of a motor would be needed to turn that monstrosity? Also if it got
  up to a few rpm. it would self destruct-power = rate of doing work.
                      John.


You've got it the wrong way round. You should be asking, how much energy will this gravity engine generate?
Answer: 30 kW - which you'd know if you'd bothered to read the patent.

Offline minnie

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   Bit pathetic compared to Rossi's mega-watt don't you think?
   Perhaps a 30kw. motor would turn it albeit very slowly.
               John.

Offline noonespecial

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I did find one unusual artifact in the picture. I'm not saying that this proves that its CGI trickery, just odd that they're missing.

In the picture, most of the uprights have an angled plate at the back except for the ones shown on the left.
Maybe this is intended?

Offline MarkE

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You've got it the wrong way round. You should be asking, how much energy will this gravity engine generate?
Answer: 30 kW - which you'd know if you'd bothered to read the patent.
Mr. Grimer I hope you don't suffer from the misconception that just because something appears in a patent application or a granted patent that it is true.  This machine of Incobrasa's will not run on its own.

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   Bit pathetic compared to Rossi's mega-watt don't you think?
   Perhaps a 30kw. motor would turn it albeit very slowly.
               John.
Pathetic indeed - which makes it more likely to be genuine - and it's turning a generator not being turned by a motor - but then you knew that didn't you - you were just trying to be funny .....ha, ha and ha. Charity laugh for minnie.

Offline TinselKoala

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Pathetic indeed - which makes it more likely to be genuine - and it's turning a generator not being turned by a motor - but then you knew that didn't you - you were just trying to be funny .....ha, ha and ha. Charity laugh for minnie.

Playing a bit fast and loose with the Present Tense, there, aren't you Frank?

The devices in those photos are NOT turning a generator, never have and never will. And it will take a pretty powerful motor.... say 30 kW... to get it to turn in the first place. Have you ever tried to align a 16-part shaft running through a bunch of independently mounted bearing blocks?

But then you knew that didn't you. You have not been right about anything since your famous "power law" papers from a generation ago. Pathetic indeed.

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   To be frank Frank, don't you think a cast iron bed as in marine diesel, and properly
 line bored bearings would be required?
    I'm an old farmer and that thing they're showing looks agricultural. Farm equipment
  isn't actually renowned for efficiency and reliability.
    Having said that next door farm had a windmill I used to play on as a kid. All it was
  was a skeleton . Anyways it was taken to Avoncroft museum and re-built and I've
  actually been in it when it's been running. Now,to me, that is a miracle.
  Do a Google for Danzey Green Windmill
                John.

Offline Enstenow

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RAR Energia = 100% Computer graphics

RAR Energia = 100% Hoax


The third graphic error :

- Official picture N° 22 : http://www.rarenergia.com.br/imagem22a.JPG
- Official picture N° 40 : http://www.rarenergia.com.br/imagem40a.JPG



Offline TinselKoala

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Don't be silly. You have not corrected for the perspective of the overhang. The image at lower right is looking nearly directly at the wall so the line you have drawn is legitimately straight down. The image at lower left is shot at an angle _on the other side of perpendicular_ and the upper deck overhang is making your line not actually going down properly. When it leaves the upper window it must go _down and to the right_ even off the edge of the photo, following the overhang, before it then continues straight down the wall between the hard hats or whatever they are on the rack. That part of the line is off the frame of the bottom left photo.

None of the other examples of photo trickery that you have posted actually hold up to close inspection either. Sorry... you are going to have to come up with better evidence than you've shown if you want people to believe that the photos are faked.

Offline ACG

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Any one know when the official power generation date is for both Alegre and Illinois machines?  Too difficult to follow on that comic book style website http://www.rarenergia.com.br  I lost count after 90 images.  What is the reasoning for clicking the capture button 90+ times and not clicking the record button once?  Or is there some video elsewhere you have to find after going through a web maze of inconspicuous links?

I know one thing, most the claimers of ou hire the worst web developers on earth.

Offline Grimer

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Playing a bit fast and loose with the Present Tense, there, aren't you Frank?
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Well, we shall see, won't we Al. :-)


And well done on squashing that idiot who thinks the photos are faked.

Offline MarkE

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You mean we will continue to see that the machines do not operate on their own.

Offline Grimer

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Any one know when the official power generation date is for both Alegre and Illinois machines?  Too difficult to follow on that comic book style website http://www.rarenergia.com.br  I lost count after 90 images.  What is the reasoning for clicking the capture button 90+ times and not clicking the record button once?  Or is there some video elsewhere you have to find after going through a web maze of inconspicuous links?

I know one thing, most the claimers of ou hire the worst web developers on earth.


Never mind the quality - look at the width. ;-)

Offline GraViTaR

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I have some questions?

Where's the bulding?

Is it still there?

Is this satellite image before the building was built, or after it was destroyed?

600 East Rd, Gilman, IL 60938


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   Anyone had a progress report ?