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### Author Topic: Buoyancy/gravity wheel - another approach?  (Read 26497 times)

#### sm0ky2

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##### Re: Buoyancy/gravity wheel - another approach?
« Reply #45 on: February 02, 2016, 04:40:29 AM »
as Archimedes was trying to teach us,
a submerged mass displaces its' mass in water.

its the same mass of water that is dropping down, as the mass you are raising through buoyancy.

e=mgh

there is no gain

what makes the pyramid theory important, is that water can be moved one bucket at a time.
we don't have to lift 100 tons of water all at once.
but 100 tons of water, carried bit by bit to the top, can lift the 100 ton stone.

#### norman6538

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##### Re: Buoyancy/gravity wheel - another approach?
« Reply #46 on: February 02, 2016, 01:25:06 PM »

Thanks Smokey, I missed the point below....
A similar lesson from the ants and the Chinese - many small pieces will surely add up.
Norman

what makes the pyramid theory important, is that water can be moved one bucket at a time.
we don't have to lift 100 tons of water all at once.
but 100 tons of water, carried bit by bit to the top, can lift the 100 ton stone.

#### AB Hammer

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##### Re: Buoyancy/gravity wheel - another approach?
« Reply #47 on: February 03, 2016, 01:18:02 AM »

norman6538

That is a very interesting approach and thank you for posting it. Can it be converted? Well the gates seem to be the real problem.

Alan