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Author Topic: Gravity and Inertia  (Read 2691 times)

Offline Flavius Orum

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Gravity and Inertia
« on: July 13, 2014, 04:52:24 AM »
Hello Everyone,
                         I am new to this site and English is a second language for me. Recently, I have thought about what should be a very simple way to harness gravity and inertia. So I came with this idea that could be seen in the picture below. Yes, I have been inspired by an inventor with a different design. It may not be the most efficient, but should be easier to built than other similar devices. I have not tested it yet, so I don't give guarantee. Two hard (metallic ?) balls are maintaining the wheel in non-equilibrium state. The deceleration of the balls should be higher on the right than on the left. To be useful, I guess that the wheel should quite big, than it could be connected to a generator via pulleys and straps.

Hoping that it would be replicated, because for now it is not convenient for me to built it.



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Gravity and Inertia
« on: July 13, 2014, 04:52:24 AM »