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Gravity powered devices => Gravity powered devices => Topic started by: infringer on January 27, 2016, 05:51:04 AM

Title: Anyone take a look at theses ideas...
Post by: infringer on January 27, 2016, 05:51:04 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDiHuZuIM-Y

Very very interesting ....

I suspect the water one would be the easiest to generate power from with a generator ....

Are they fake do they violate any laws?

I seem to remember a guy who was making a wheel something like divinci's wheel with weights then it became vaporware or whatever.

Whatever the case just figured I would share and see what kind of feedback I get if it is fake or you seen it my apologies.
Title: Re: Anyone take a look at theses ideas...
Post by: citfta on January 27, 2016, 01:23:48 PM
Those example are just repostings of devices built by veprojects1.  None of them actually work.  Veprojects1 builds them as educational demonstrations.  He does beautiful work.  It is a shame people can steal other peoples work and claim it as their own but I see this all the time on YouTube.  Here is a link to veprojects1 page on YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/user/veproject1 (https://www.youtube.com/user/veproject1)

Enjoy.

Carroll
Title: Re: Anyone take a look at theses ideas...
Post by: sm0ky2 on January 27, 2016, 08:20:28 PM
you have to be careful with veproject1
he shows both working and nonworking technologies.
all in a way that demonstrates what they would look like if working.
there is rarely any distinguishing characteristics between a video that is real and one that is hoaxatory.
This builder knows a million tricks to hide micro-motors and micro-pumps, changing electric and/or magnetic fields
so that you cannot see the true mode of operation.
only what is apparent in the demonstration.

his use of coloring distractions and video perspective is very advanced and often can go unnoticed by viewers.

Personally, I take any of his videos with a grain of salt, as usually the device originates elsewhere, where useful information can be found.


Title: Re: Anyone take a look at theses ideas...
Post by: Nink on January 27, 2016, 09:03:54 PM
I don't believe any of his  "perpetual motion" machines work or are claimed to work.  He does actually say they are impossible and there is disclaimer on his website. 
http://www.veproject1.org/index.php/perpetual-motion/ 


Perpetual motion, the action of a device that, once set in motion, would continue in motion forever, with no additional energy required to maintain it. Such devices are impossible on grounds stated by the first and second laws of thermodynamics. Perpetual motion, although impossible to produce, has fascinated both inventors and the general public for hundreds of years. The enormous appeal of perpetual motion resides in the promise of a virtually free and limitless source of power. The fact that perpetual-motion machines cannot work because they violate the laws of thermodynamics has not discouraged inventors and hucksters from attempting to break, circumvent, or ignore those laws.
Title: Re: Anyone take a look at theses ideas...
Post by: FatBird on January 27, 2016, 11:03:09 PM
It sure looks real to me.   In the explanation he says there is MORE WEIGHT
of the water in the funnel, thus pushing the water higher up the hose.
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Title: Re: Anyone take a look at theses ideas...
Post by: Nink on January 27, 2016, 11:23:57 PM
It sure looks real to me.  But the Trolls around here insist it is fake.
But then again, I have NEVER seen those Trolls admit to any free-energy inventions being real.
So maybe they have to belittle everything in order to earn their Troll paychecks?
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The guy who built it said it was fake. Did you visit his website at the link I provided and read his quote I pasted in. Now if the guy who built it says he built a fake and you still think he is a troll I really have to question your judgement.  BTW if you recreate this and don't have a hidden pump the water level in the tube will rise to the same level as the water level in the main container.  Don't believe me, take a plastic hose and a funnel and try it yourself. 

Title: Re: Anyone take a look at theses ideas...
Post by: infringer on January 27, 2016, 11:45:05 PM
so ok it is still only the french and the polish dude that have done perpetual motion or near perpetual motion public thus far that are actually confirmed...


Well I suppose it is a good thing though that they found a new fuel source that could power the entire earth for the next 36,000 years and replace gasoline at least ... SAND!


Billions have been invested in it already from google, apple, entire countries, china I believe is already using it....


Anyhow overunity is grand to think of... Sorry I missed the part where the demos were noting but motorized designs. Thank you for the correction!
Title: Re: Anyone take a look at theses ideas...
Post by: AB Hammer on January 29, 2016, 06:52:36 PM
so ok it is still only the french and the polish dude that have done perpetual motion or near perpetual motion public thus far that are actually confirmed...


Well I suppose it is a good thing though that they found a new fuel source that could power the entire earth for the next 36,000 years and replace gasoline at least ... SAND!


Billions have been invested in it already from google, apple, entire countries, china I believe is already using it....


Anyhow overunity is grand to think of... Sorry I missed the part where the demos were noting but motorized designs. Thank you for the correction!

So far none of the PM machines are powering anything. As for the sand energy storage may be limited but we will see for if it replaces batteries it will be a step in the correct direction.
Title: Re: Anyone take a look at theses ideas...
Post by: iacob alex on June 23, 2017, 04:22:11 PM
.....at : https://youtu.be/jsxroTt9IhY
     An idea can be a starting point for your imagination...
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