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Magnetic Motor

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Kameron:
I've just posted a youtube video describing a magnetic motor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cLaAW-LUtY&feature=youtu.be

citfta:
I just posted a comment explaining why it won't work.  You need to actually try building it to see what I mean.

Respectfully,
Carroll

MagnaProp:
Hi Kameron. Nice idea and thanks for sharing it.

I'm afraid it may get stuck though. The red arrow shows how it won't get past the next magnet since they are repelling at that point and the green arrow attraction is stronger or as strong as the repelling forces.

Kameron:
That can be overcome by cantilevering the magnets so that the polarity on each end is tilted away from each other. Also, the design could be much more efficient by creating a ring within a ring using multiple magnets. Think of it as in an angle so that the magnets are tilted away from each other. A conical shape if you will.

citfta:
Hi Kameron,

Your idea of angling the magnets has been tried probably thousands of times.  I have been doing experimenting in the search for free energy for over ten years now and I have seen at least a couple of hundred different ways of trying the same thing and none of them have actually worked.  They always reach a point where the forces balance out and all movement stops.  Someone may finally find a way to do it but what you are showing has been proven to not work.  You need to get some magnets and actually work with them for a while to understand the real forces and how they work.

Respectfully,
Carroll

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