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Offline geptole

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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #15 on: March 14, 2019, 09:35:20 AM »
The magnetic force prevents the realization of the anti-gravity barrier, if there is only the magnetism of the Earth it is fine because it is weak.

The magnetism must stay closed inside a stator carcass of an electric engine.

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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #16 on: March 14, 2019, 09:38:35 AM »
it is possible to make the anti-gravity barrier even with an ONLY engine, but in this case the 2 flywheels cannot be of the same geometry.
One must have a crown gear, so a bevel gear pair is required.
In this case of a single engine, the brushes are not necessary but there are gears.

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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #17 on: March 14, 2019, 05:31:28 PM »
It's not possible to make an anti gravity barrier with this one.


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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #17 on: March 14, 2019, 05:31:28 PM »
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Offline tinu

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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #18 on: March 14, 2019, 09:03:16 PM »
@geptole,
For a start, I'd be perfectly happy with a simple gravity barrier. Or with the faintest anti-gravity force as well. As about an anti-gravity barrier, that's way, way above my head... :)))
Regarding the 2-motors device as depicted on page 1, imho I'd say it would be a great way for shifting the axis of Earth. Ok, it would change it so slightly but hey, we can start from there and move on, can't we? At least we will save the energy conservation law for a bit longer and who knows what else we can solve in the future by tilting the Earth?! Maybe even solve the global warming problem with a couple of bigger motors? And I'm pretty confident that if the motors are made big enough as to spontaneously collapse into a rotating black hole, then we'll surely be able to measure a spacetime-drag effect. Then we can talk! But we have to stay at a safe distance from the black hole, for obvious reasons. Not sure about the 'gigantic explosion', though. Are you thinking of a Big-bang type? I mean, is it possible that our entire universe was created by someone playing with a couple of gyros? I never thought anything like that until now... Fascinating! I'm keyboard-less.

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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #19 on: March 15, 2019, 04:46:03 PM »
Higher is rpm, higher wil be the effect of the barrier.

There is no equation, simply 40 thousand rpm is the maximum speed an electric motor could do.

the rpm of green engine must be less because there does not want gyroscopic effect

So to understand each other better, starting now, the pink engine is gyroscopic engine and the green engine is main engine.

In "The pink engine has to do 40,000 rpm", "has to do" means a necessity.
If "40 thousand rpm is the maximum speed 40,000 rpm an electric motor could do", not a necessity, why the maximum speed would fit the needed speed?

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Higher is rpm, higher wil be the effect of the barrier.
Why?
Even if there was an effect, which is infinitely unlikely, you have no idea if it is strong enough to be detected.
Instead of talking nonsense or whatever comes into your head, you have to quantify the effect.



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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #20 on: March 17, 2019, 09:26:46 AM »
@F6FLT


geptole assumes that the spinning flywheel takes energy from the motor, since the flywheels horizontal axsis also rotates tn the vertical axis. He assume that there is a gyroeffect that takes energy from the motor, and since the gyroeffect itself has no loss, the energy that "disappear" is slowing down time.


The problem is that there is no gyroeffect what so ever that the motor must fight, because the vertical axis is locked in one posision - vertically.
As soon as you lock or fix the vertical axis, the gyroscopic momentum disapper, not the energy.


So, in short:
This device will create a lot of noise and heat, but nothing else.


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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #21 on: March 17, 2019, 12:49:56 PM »
the energy that "disappear" is slowing down time.
Vidar

time goes faster.
You didn't even look at the drawing.

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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #22 on: March 17, 2019, 02:03:53 PM »
time goes faster.
You didn't even look at the drawing.
Both the drawing/design and the theory is false. It doesn't work. It does not make time go faster, or slower.


So the problem isn't that I mistakenly wrote "slower", but the device does not work the way you want.


Tomorrow I will buy two hinges, so I can demonstrate how the gyroeffect stops in a pendulum so you can see for yourself that your motor does not require energy to run the flywheel, that rotates both vertically and horizontally.


So you also can see that energy is conserved within the system.


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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #23 on: March 18, 2019, 05:13:32 PM »
So, I have bought hinges to fix the pendulum to move in one direction. For practical reasons, the flywheel is tested both vertically with its plane facing movement of the pendulum, and horizontally. It really doesn't matter. First example wants to twist the pendulum, and second example wants to push the pendulum sideways. Since these directions is not allowed, the pendulum works just fine.
I'll get back in a few hours. I need to build it first.


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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #24 on: March 18, 2019, 06:08:14 PM »

This is the first proof. If you want another proof where the flywheel is horizontal, not vertical, please let me know.
Notice that the ballbearings in the flywheel cause the flyeheel to twist a little bit. It is done intentionally so you also can see how the gyroscopic effect works in the flywheel.
A 100% firm bearing will not cause this twist.

https://youtu.be/sCxTstTTl88


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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #25 on: March 19, 2019, 10:30:15 AM »
That was a good demo.  Thanks!

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Re: How to make an anti-gravity barrier
« Reply #26 on: March 19, 2019, 06:17:44 PM »
Many thanks for the test. ;D

I counted 18 swings with the flywheel stopped, with a flying flywheel I couldn't count well because you put your hand in front.

Then I could not see the fulcrum above which could not see the rotation axis B.
What was it costing you to put away the video camera a bit?

Then the bearing must be 100% rigid.

In that case, while the flywheel is spinning, the number of oscillations should be less than 18, otherwise what is written on the books is not true, ie is not true that gyroscopic effect keeps the rotation axis in space.

 

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