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Author Topic: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?  (Read 4920 times)

Offline ARMCORTEX

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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #15 on: August 28, 2019, 10:31:05 PM »
I am now accepting woodbuilder candidates.

Work you fools! Work harder!

Wear a helmet.


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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #16 on: August 28, 2019, 11:33:03 PM »
Why don't you just build it.  Then you will have your answer.  Someone with your great intellect should have no problem turning your drawing into a working device.



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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #17 on: August 28, 2019, 11:59:59 PM »
Why don't you just build it.  Then you will have your answer.  Someone with your great intellect should have no problem turning your drawing into a working device.

I think its better to waste other people's ressources before a physicist models it for me, in the way I am satisfied with.

But even then, I may suspect foul play.

But its good, I can see you are curious as well now that it sinks in. You are not really sure anymore are you ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTuaXOFbLjs

8 of these, as symmetrical squeeze forward units, suspended in the air as drivers. I wish to investigate mass lag with impulse load such as an incoming pendulum bob, wich will be slower.

Flywheels have an infinite rate of transfer of energy, this is interresting.

Wichever method recharges faster the flywheel after a spontaneous load, direct motor connection or pulse magnets, to maintain perfect equilibrium with motions.




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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #17 on: August 28, 2019, 11:59:59 PM »
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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #18 on: August 30, 2019, 05:06:03 PM »
Your design shows your high intelligence and your very inventive mind.

The design will turn all by itself, faster and faster, till it self-destructs. Therefore you should think about a break which keeps the turning of the device below a certain speed.

You have found the solution for the energy needs of mankind.

I wonder if you will give it away for free?

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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #19 on: August 30, 2019, 05:23:40 PM »
Conradeleckro, you are too kind.

But I fear these excessively optimistic comments just as I fear excessively negative comments, untill we know more. Ok, maybe I prefer the positive ones  ;)

This is because such a machine is a big endeavour, even for a professional fab shop.

This device is an interresting museum machine either way, it looks like a choo choo train.

Certainly there will be things to break it ;) That problem you speak of would be a nice one to solve right?  ;) It all depends on launch condition, this is a "computer launch" mechanism, once this happens it likes to stick to its resonance and almost auto-syncs.

If I will keep it? I am not keeping any more info at this moment... Yes it is mine, I do intend to patent it since I am the inventor of it, in part, the co-inventor is another youtuber.



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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #20 on: August 30, 2019, 05:56:03 PM »
And this is why there must be good interest in this device.

Because it is big, and it is cool, and we cant just let this idea slip away because its just too mysterious.

Yeah its big and expensive and requires alot of work, that is why I came here and talked about it.

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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #21 on: August 30, 2019, 08:48:31 PM »
.. Yes it is mine, I do intend to patent it since I am the inventor of it, in part, the co-inventor is another youtuber.


Everything has been disclosed in an open forum, therefore it is now in the public domain.


Too late for patenting!


The correct sequence of events should have been: do not tell anybody, patent the device, tell everybody. If you reverse this sequence, no patent.


Greetings, Conrad

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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #22 on: August 30, 2019, 09:05:24 PM »
Ok enough of this, its easy to get lost in these pointless debates about MIB/Patenting/who gets what, etc... Its hard to use our brains and predict the outcome of such a device, using the totality of the physics involved, and leave no rock unturned, all the secret techniques about "pulse orbital systems" if there is any.

You are entitled to think that this idea does not belong to me, it does.

I am simply sharing it with you.

You should always think in the back of your mind (ARMCORTEX invented this, I am forever grateful to this greater man).

Whats cool about this device if it were to work is that its too big to be really useful in any type of transport or flying object, wich is what the powers that be are really afraid of.

The dominant countries would still be dominant, thus changing nothing besides having a better environment.

So I believe this is fully safe and we may proceed with tremendous vigor. (Dont inject these subjects in my thread, leave your paranoia elsewhere)

When it comes to saving the world, I believe that I can get a satisfactory "piece of the pie", so talking about it is no problem at all.

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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #23 on: August 31, 2019, 06:01:52 PM »
It was not me who put in the paranoia, you started with patents. So, I had to remind you how patents work.


I thought you are a world savior just out of goodness. Now you want a pie? How much of a pie? A slap on the back? Or a bit more?


Greetings, Conrad

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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #24 on: August 31, 2019, 07:13:08 PM »
I want a cheesecake, thats what I want.

http://sweelongtan.blogspot.com/2019/08/how-to-convert-centrifugal-force-into.html

I contacted the physicist who will answer our questions.

Now comes the time that you slackers should be comfortable with, sit back, do nothing, wait for smarter individual.

This site should be in competition vs eachother about solving this, I started this gangsta shit and this the mothefuckin thanks I get? Where are my physicists at?
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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #26 on: September 01, 2019, 09:19:01 PM »
https://overunity.com/4672/accelerating-forces/msg96915/#msg96915

Listen to David Lowrance, he is special.

It seems, that there may be more to this than I thought.

Now, do I even need a Physicist anymore if the orbital slingshot effect applies? This is basically a titan with a hammer smacking my weight at the optimal time of acceleration, should I arrange this with my drive scheme.

Of course the next turn is coming... But all those pair of pressures are reflected into rotation during the whole swing when it is in resonance, but at what % is the question, it seems to have the ability to push an elephant but not an elephant + 100 pounds... This smells powerful, but now I am losing centrifugal force should this be re-applied at a different angle under pulse, perhaps for a small time? Lol... No I think I need a physicist... This is truely a marvel on engineering.

I have created the mother of all mindfuck exeptions to newtonian physics. Somebody find a solution to this mindbender I beg of you.

I think I deserve my 10,000$, I will share 75% of this to the person who solves this.



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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #27 on: September 02, 2019, 08:53:16 PM »
I have created the mother of all mindfuck exeptions to newtonian physics.

Again, your superior intelligence is showing, long live the new Newton!

Why do you need a physicist, you did it all by yourself?

What do you think a physicist will tell you?

Greetings, Conard

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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #28 on: September 03, 2019, 11:58:51 PM »
Ok thank you Conrad, but its not necessary.

I feel like talking seriously now.

I know you are sad that I cant calculate it and show it works and you feel like making it but dont have enough money so you just troll instead.

These are the moments when you feel bad about not knowing more about differential equations and mathlab.

I also have a feeling that the theory of slingshot will be hard to model, since this is very "obscure" science, the degree at wich the centrifugal and centripetal are actually deflected to reach "out of balance" state wich is beneficial, I believe the rate of change of speed must very high, not smooth, with very steep derivative at that moment.

A model allows you to predict what will happen, its true for this device just as its true for a normal servo motor.

The power of these MIT kids is unreal, they can do this in a weeks work maybe. I'm such a bad scientist...




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Re: Physicist needed, will this self-loop?
« Reply #29 on: September 11, 2019, 08:09:37 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3sHn6LOu9A

The quest has ended, overunity can be provided.

Either by magnetic doudble sided pulse gun system, or with flywheel double squeeze method, force amplification will be available.

Should we be able to keep the weights synchronous and follow a constant frequency, Horsepowers can be harvested by simply pulsing a multitude of unbalanced weights if a stable and fast frequency we can optimize.

Spread across time such as our energy input is constant, but given as impulses of kinetic energy, wich = constant enery expenditure, but I believe it will be worth it.

 

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