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MeGaFaRR:
Please read and feel free to comment after you have read the whole DOC file.

How many people would rather be the latest in a long line of sheep to yell "You can't do that, it's impossible" because that is what the establishment (has taught us through the wonderful educational system they have created), would want us to yell. This will keep the unbelievable status quo we have achieved that has worked so well for so few for so long.

Or would you rather be part of the few and be someone who believes that the future of mankind could look a bit brighter for the many and say "yeah maybe that's possible, let's see what we can do to do that" and then get your hands dirty.
I'd rather be part of the few.
So if you have nothing positive to add, please don't.
Thanks
Frank

MeGaFaRR:
I just received an email from "ask the mathematician". I had asked:

"Let's say you had a 1 horsepower motor rotating at 3500 rpm's with a 100 lbs flywheel attached at that speed as well. If you were to soft start clutch in a 65 lbs flywheel to the mix, would the 100 lbs flywheel have enough kinetic energy to start and would it affect the motor enough to slow it down?"

And they answered, but i already knew the answer:

It's a matter of degree rather than absolutes.  Every molecule of air that the original flywheel touches slows it down a tiny bit, and no matter how small the new flywheel is it will do the same.
If the motor is "smart" then it will react to a greater resistance with a greater force until the new flywheel is spun up.  With a soft enough clutch you can get that slow-down to be arbitrarily brief and small, but never quite zero.
Hope that helps!
-Physicist

SoManyWires:

--- Quote from: MeGaFaRR on February 17, 2016, 11:09:00 PM ---Please read and feel free to comment after you have read the whole DOC file.

How many people would rather be the latest in a long line of sheep to yell "You can't do that, it's impossible" because that is what the establishment (has taught us through the wonderful educational system they have created), would want us to yell. This will keep the unbelievable status quo we have achieved that has worked so well for so few for so long.

Or would you rather be part of the few and be someone who believes that the future of mankind could look a bit brighter for the many and say "yeah maybe that's possible, let's see what we can do to do that" and then get your hands dirty.
I'd rather be part of the few.
So if you have nothing positive to add, please don't.
Thanks
Frank

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at risk of finding the label being sheep, i can only congratulate you for putting as much thought into physics as you appear to have done already.
the next step if to offer constructive criticism, would be to suggest you follow through and finalize a working prototype to lead by positive example for others you wish to have follow.

if whats simple to you amazes us, then please by all means have at it.
you do really seem convinced you are exactly correct about your theory.

could what you previously learned be the result of alterations you make on other findings that other people have made in the past?

you simply must build your working device at this point if its possible.
and if it still does not work, then realize you were wrong previously.
keep modifying your concept until something useful results from it all.
its good to have other creative efforts on the go to fall back on should you shelve anything over time.
applause to you if and when things work out well. and if not, still some applause deserved for any honest reasonable efforts trying.

MeGaFaRR:
The balancing isn't really the issue here. i have already spent close to $10,000 just getting to this point, but the whole point is it always works.
the amount that the motor slows down probably is not noticeable enough for  the RPM tachometer gauge to register quick enough. i never hear a difference. It takes about 5 seconds to get to speed to begin with and maybe ten or fifteen seconds for the next clutch and flywheel to get to speed.

MeGaFaRR:
as I have stated here already that i have a working model and everything that i have found and asked about, proves that i am right. I have no problem in anyone disproving this, as i am always looking for answers. To disprove would not constitute you as a sheep, I look forward to constructive criticism but not "You Cant do That" because that's what they've been taught  lol.

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