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## New theories about free energy systems => Theory of overunity and free energy => Topic started by: postingsite on May 29, 2019, 05:17:03 AM

Title: Some Ideas For A Perpetual-Motion Track
Post by: postingsite on May 29, 2019, 05:17:03 AM
Some Ideas For A Perpetual-Motion Track

First Image below
- Shows how this perpetual-motion-track should function,  relying on momentum and gravity,  and seeing if any energy can be gained via weighted or springed platforms

Second Image below
- Would the slight alteration in number ( 2 )-Version ( altered version of number ( 1 )-Version ),  enable the ball to get over the end of that track ?

Third Image
- In Number ( 3 )-Version,  the ball falls down and it's momentum and weight press down on a platform to lift up a weight heavier than the ball,  then the weight falls back down and  'maybe' the platform adds further kinetic-energy( momentum, speed ) to the ball,  allowing the ball to get over the end of that track
- In Number ( 3 )-Version,  the ball falls down and it's momentum and weight press down on a springed platform, so 'maybe' the platform adds further kinetic-energy( momentum, speed ) to the ball,  allowing the ball to get over the end of that track

Fourth Image
- Shows a ball covered in magnets, which should hopefully eliminate / or minimize  friction on a track covered with something  diamagnetic like  graphite or bismuth, or, with copper

Title: Re: Some Ideas For A Perpetual-Motion Track
Post by: postingsite on May 30, 2019, 01:49:57 AM
Third Image
- In Number ( 3 )-Version,  the ball falls down and it's momentum and weight press down on a platform to lift up a weight heavier than the ball,  then the weight falls back down and  'maybe' the platform adds further kinetic-energy( momentum, speed ) to the ball,  allowing the ball to get over the end of that track
- In Number ( 3 )-Version,  the ball falls down and it's momentum and weight press down on a springed platform, so 'maybe' the platform adds further kinetic-energy( momentum, speed ) to the ball,  allowing the ball to get over the end of that track

I made an error in the image descriptions, it should have been -

Third Image
- In Number ( 3 )-Version,  the ball falls down and it's momentum and weight press down on a platform to lift up a weight heavier than the ball,  then the weight falls back down and  'maybe' the platform adds further kinetic-energy( momentum, speed ) to the ball,  allowing the ball to get over the end of that track
- In Number ( 4 )-Version,  the ball falls down and it's momentum and weight press down on a springed platform, so 'maybe' the platform adds further kinetic-energy( momentum, speed ) to the ball,  allowing the ball to get over the end of that track