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Offline Johnsmith

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Re: Build 2
« Reply #150 on: March 26, 2022, 01:46:50 AM »
Gravity has energy as long as our small mass is at some distance from the large one.
But after our body fell to the ground, it no longer has any energy, right? :)

 That's basically what they say. But what energy got your body off of the ground?

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« Reply #151 on: March 26, 2022, 06:42:45 PM »
 I got all of the work done that I needed to today. Tomorrow I'll need to notch out 4 dowels towards each end. If you look at the dowel
with the pulley on it, it will interfere with the cue (will be square, just an example). The part with the lag bolt in it, how I threaded the holes
for the lag bolts that I shortened. Then I used a nylon bushing with a lag bolt through it to mount the kicker.
 Also, the weight wheels are all finished and I like the way they turned out. A few years of development has gone into that design as well as
with everything else. Why if I'm successful people might read this thread. They'll want to understand what I did to make it easier on themselves.
 It will take a day or two or 3 to mount all of the parts. I really won't be in a hurry because I want to get it right. Then that will leave the catch
and release mechanism and rigging the lines before attempting to set sail.

p.s., notice how much neater my work bench looks? I'll probably clean out and better organize my work area now.

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« Reply #152 on: March 28, 2022, 04:02:54 PM »
 I've already started on a better build over the last month and will focus on this better build. This can easily add 6 weeks to my schedule.
Since I'd like to do a show at Utrecht University in the Netherlands,  it's important for the first working wheel to look nice. With the prototype,
it would show Bessler was successful but at the same time it would be an embarrassment.

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Re: Build 2
« Reply #153 on: March 29, 2022, 08:37:10 AM »
Take me to you. I can live in your barn. I am unpretentious. I do not need much.
Some simple food. Some beer.  :) What you will say to cut, I will cut. where you say drill, I will drill.
And how many of my own ideas are in my head!

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« Reply #154 on: March 30, 2022, 05:11:27 PM »
Take me to you. I can live in your barn. I am unpretentious. I do not need much.
Some simple food. Some beer.  :) What you will say to cut, I will cut. where you say drill, I will drill.
And how many of my own ideas are in my head!

  This is the start that I have. I found a video on YouTube that shows a quick and easy way to trim edge banding.
Since I'll need narrow strips, an easy way to do it. As long as my medical situation is manageable then I'll keep
working at this. First impressions do matter and with the prototype, it's more like Frankenstein.  ;D
It's always possible that one day you might build one and then I could give you suggestions. I've spent enough
time working on this to where I can consider something and then either put it on paper or use SketchUp to see
how much I like it. And with the first build, it would be better if it's nice enough to be displayed since it is a part of
Saxony, Germany's history.
 In Bessler's time, Saxony was a part of Poland. And when Germany became a country in 1849, Saxony was not a part of Germany.
And because Bessler was 1/2 Polish and 1/2 German, not a surprise living in such a place. They say he was born in Zittau, Germany.
Where the red balloon points down to is Zittau,

p.s., I'll be buying a lot of small clamps. Then doing the glue up for what will be the weight wheel track will go quickly. This might
actually be the most time consuming part of what I'm working on.

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« Reply #155 on: April 02, 2022, 11:40:48 PM »
 Since Stefan Hartmann is allowing me to post in here, I do appreciate it. This is an extremely toxic subject. When scientists say that perpetual
motion is impossible;
 Then we have Newton's 1st Law of Motion; a body is at rest or moving at a constant speed in a straight line, it will remain at rest or keep moving
in a straight line at constant speed unless it is acted upon by an external force.
 In the link to why perpetual motion is impossible, did anyone see where an external force was involved? NO? Then you were fooled. Physics is
about the natural order of things while engineering perverts the natural order.
 How to explain this to people? This might be one reason why there is a Differential Calculus class in school. What happens when as an example
you have a hot room and a cold room? The barrier will determine what the laws of thermodynamics means. In your home, what insulation do you
have? R-15 or R-19? Do you have single or double pane windows? You'll need to consider multiple variables to determine the heat loss of your
home. And then we can consider the cost of heating it.
 Perpetual motion basically uses the same math. The imbalance in the machine cannot restrict or limit its motion. Why such machines have failed
in the past. People simply did not know how to eliminate or reduce resistance to acceptable levels. Kind of why we don't wear long johns today. We
are able to efficiently heat our homes so we don't need undergarments like what used to be needed.

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« Reply #156 on: April 04, 2022, 01:35:14 PM »
 I'll be busy over the next 3 weeks. I might have the frame, weight wheels and retraction discs all rebuilt. This used to
be something that would take me months just because not having the tools at home made everything more difficult.
 And I will be paying a lot more attention to detail. This also means that I won't have much to talk about. There is math
that explains what I'm building. And yet most people will not be interested in that. And with Bessler's Wheel, it would
have been nice to have been allowed to work with other people on it. Yet AB Hammer and rlortie did not allow for that.
 And when they say they are private builders it begs the question why they were allowed to dominate Engleske
speaking forums (this one and besslwerwheel . com. and even in wood working forums AB Hammer got me banned
because I wasn't personally pleasing to him. Stefan let me know that AB Hammer said I killed someone. Yet if people
look at my YouTube channel, I look nothing like the person AB Hammer claimed me to be yet everyone believed him.
 And yet he could've worked with me but told me that's not how Americans work. And when the University of Kentucky
wanted me to give their scientist an experiment that I've been pursuing while I'd get nothing in return, it does seem that
AB Hammer is right about the U.S. And if you consider how many Americans like Trump, it's like going back to Ancient Rome.
They exploited people and its senators fought over control of Rome's wealth.
 This is the experiment that I've been pursuing so as a disabled Veteran of the U.S. Navy it'd show that I'm willing to work with
people who aren't disabled Veterans. I'd say over the last few years I've learned the science behind this. What this quote shows is an
observation but not an understanding of why. And with me, if the U.S. was a world leader then it would want to pursue an understanding
of how our atmosphere works and then what solutions might be pursued. As you can read, both the IPCC and NOAA say CO2 is necessary
to protect the ozone layer.
Carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrous oxide (N2O), and methane (CH4) are each important to climate forcing and to the levels of stratospheric ozone (see Chapter 2).
In terms of the globally averaged ozone column, additional N2O leads to lower ozone levels, whereas additional CO2 and CH4 lead to higher ozone levels.
Ozone depletion to date would have been greater if not for the historical increases in CO2 and CH4. The net impact on ozone recovery and future levels of
stratospheric ozone thus depends on the future abundances of these gases.

 I'll give you guys a hint, conservation of energy/momentum as with perpetual motion would play a role.

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« Reply #157 on: April 06, 2022, 11:17:56 PM »
 With some of the details that I'll need to rout and potentially being limited to Sundays only, it could take another 6 weeks.
Before then I'll have all of the necessary details that I need to know figured out. If I would've used oak board for the frame,
it would've saved on a lot of work. This way, there will be more details and wood working involved in it.
 What I'll be working towards is next month. To assemble the frame so it will be square (90º to the axle) I'll need to buy metal
levels and drop a piece of plywood on them to have a nice, flat surface to assemble the frame on.  My table saw has a nice,
flat surface to set everything on. To give you an idea, if the frame is off by a small amount, 1 meter from the axle it's no longer
a small amount. And when lines need to stay in the retraction disc and follow what's on the wheel at the same time, alignment
helps. And until then, I'll be working on that and getting what I've built working.
 And with what a joke perpetual motion is, a respectable looking build might change some attitudes about it.
 And just an FYI, if I start assembling a new frame next month then I'll probably already have a working wheel. If not, why
bother with a new frame or anything else?

and to have some fun with it;, they're Romanian.
 And Smaranda is also Romanian;
Andrei is a very talented producer and guitarist and knows some very talented people in Romania. And with
Bessler's Wheel, why be any different?
 I have to show Andreea some love;

 And then there's Little Red Riding Hood;
just go to 6 minutes.

 With me, what is the deer population? That does matter. What is good for the population?
Kind of why Yellowstone National Park is better because of predators. And guys, ignore her body and good
looks,okay? She's Little Red Riding Hood with good looks and a nice body, what you should ignore.
 These 2 images show why you should not like her.

 And as for you being a guy, she'll kill and bleed the buck you won't.
« Last Edit: April 07, 2022, 05:26:21 AM by Johnsmith »

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« Reply #158 on: April 07, 2022, 06:24:40 AM »
 And if what I know is right, you won't buy into this;
 She eats what she kills.  :D

 Seriously, what guy could like her? And seriously, she goes by  Lil Red Heidi Hood on YouTube.
Do you guys really trust a good looking blonde with a nice body?

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« Reply #159 on: April 09, 2022, 05:14:14 AM »
 On Monday I'll buy the last of the wood I need for the time being. It's for the retraction discs. And I'll probably focus on getting the
prototype working so I can show it while I work on the display model. For the surgery I need, it can't happen in the U.S. It'll either
be Puerto Rico or Spain. And if what I know about science is right it would probably be in my best interest to leave the U.S. With what
I'm going through medically, trusting American doctors isn't an option.
 As I've been told ever since I was Honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy, the U.S. is about exploitation. The people here don't
have it good enough. Ancient Rome was the same way. And with Spain, they are 5th in the world with wind turbines and I have my
own design.
 And with the retraction discs, they might take until the last week of this month. They'll be 1 3/4 inch overall width (thickness) with the
inside track being 1 1/4 inches wide. This should give me time for everything else. So maybe I'll be so close to the display model to where the
prototype won't matter. With me, am tired of suffering and things would've gone better without white supremacy. There was the Jan. 6th
attempt to overthrow the election when Trump lost so there are a lot of people in the U.S. who think things should be the way they want them to be.
I'll be making routing templates for the retraction discs. This way I can build to print. This is where holes for the axle mount or for the rod the kicker
hits will be square and to dimension. That'll make the build easier but it might take a little longer. It does take time to make templates and jigs but
then assembly of all the different parts will be uniform which is what modern manufacturing techniques allows for.
 This is where I'll probably need to read more books.
« Last Edit: April 09, 2022, 11:05:10 AM by Johnsmith »

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« Reply #160 on: April 12, 2022, 10:51:29 PM »
 Dr. Jaski is a librarian with the rare book library at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. A quality build would most likely be displayed in Saxony, Germany because
Bessler was the Republic of Saxony. And conveniently everyone involved in the Netherlands and Germany all speak Deutsche. And Bessler wrote the book at Utrecht University
in Deutsche. Since he was 1/2 Polish I wonder if he knew Polish and whether or not he wrote any books in Polish.
  I will be making a video showing some of the work that I'm doing and how it allows for a better overall build.

 Dr. Jaski,
 I am currently building everything new except for the frame. The last video showed it should work.
And for you or anyone at your university to be interested, it will need to be verified and also look nice. This is why I am building everything new except for the frame. It should be a nice display model.
 There is a Transylvania University where I live in Lexington, Kentucky, USA. It will most likely be sometime next month when I will be finished with the build. At that time you could contact the university
that I mentioned and ask them to verify it for you.
 And then what would be nice is to have it sent to your university so your scientists and engineers could read the digital version of Bessler's book and verify that it is his wheel. This would also allow for
representatives from Saxony, Germany to examine it as well since it is a part of their history. And with that in mind they will know that my build will be donated to a museum of their choosing.
 Then they could get a copy of the digital version of your book and have a copy of the book made for their display.  That is what I am hoping for.

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« Reply #161 on: April 18, 2022, 05:15:43 AM »
I actually started pursing this principle in 2015.
This is from 2016.
 This was my 1st video back in 2013.
And the attached image is ab hammer saying that he built something in 2016
that I am copying. supported his claim.
 And in 2015 this was another video of mine;
And it has most of the parts (pulleys are missing) that I'm currently building. And while I show
a video, he shows a picture that looks like none of his previous builds and why no other pictures
or video? Just trying to say I stole his idea how. After all, he'd seen my work so he'd know what
I'd built. Just am not sure why I had to tolerate his garbage because he is trying to steal my work.
 This will look bad for The last image is a member of supporting ab hammer's claims.
« Last Edit: April 18, 2022, 04:55:02 PM by Johnsmith »

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Re: Build 2
« Reply #162 on: April 18, 2022, 08:26:42 PM »

It seems like there is always background noise and static. . . . I'd suggest ignoring that all and investing your skill-set and efforts into making a successful, working build  :)


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« Reply #163 on: April 18, 2022, 11:08:53 PM »

It seems like there is always background noise and static. . . . I'd suggest ignoring that all and investing your skill-set and efforts into making a successful, working build  :)


  I'll probably get that forum banned. What they were doing was giving me a choice, give AB Hammer my work or get banned. And this gets into other people's lives.
I need surgery and AB Hammer and his friends don't want me to have it. And if they would have worked with me then John Collins' (he wrote the book everyone quotes)
granddaughter might be able to walk today. I had complications from surgery/infection similar to hers so she'd be collateral damage.
 Basically who owns supports white supremacy. Still, I think my build will work which will ask the question, why was Bessler expected
to give his work to Wagner and when he said no, is that when Wagner called him a fraud and had him arrested? It's basically mimicking what happened 300 years ago.
 But I have science I can pursue so once my build works and it becomes known, I won't have any need of it anymore and might give it to AB Hammer after I burn it. Then
as an American Christian he'll be able to say that his prayers were answered, he got an invention. And he never said that he wanted the invention to be capable of functioning.
And I could have some fun with this because most people over the years has supported AB Hammer and then he'd know to be careful what he wishes for because he just might get it.  ;D :o

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Re: Build 2
« Reply #164 on: April 19, 2022, 04:27:15 AM »
I am just going to say one thing, then I am going to leave it alone. I just want to try to convey a voice of reason (I hope) on the subject.  was and is a good forum for gravity enthusiasts. Its golden age was IMO 20ish years ago. There is still a good range of people with good knowledge on there. It is a useful tool, there is some great information and it is good to meet like-minded people... A lot of them are here too.

The particular people Johnsmith(one of many psuedonyms)  have mentioned, I have found with my interactions with them to be upstanding and generally good people, AB is a prolific builder, and has my utmost respect, I have not seen him on BW in a long while.

Johnsmith was not banned multiple times from because he was innocently working on a device that everyone was trying to steal off him. It was purely for the way he acted, and the banning system that existed often followed a large number of people pushing the "red button".

JS is also a great builder, but carries additional baggage than he should. I feel sorry for him for his unwarranted views and his personal demons.

John, I love to see your builds, but I try to avoid your threads here and on BW because of all the extra unrelated nonsense.  Good luck with your build.