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Author Topic: New accelerating gravity wheel ! Converted video from www.newenergymachine.com !  (Read 582550 times)

Offline noonespecial

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@ Charlie

 CF is its strongest between 8:30 and 3:30 on any thing that goes around due to gravity (think pendulum). And the only way it can work on it's own, is if it is it's own air compressor. That is the reason I gave you that simple test. But I will look into the possibility and see what can possibly be done. I love solving problems.

Yes, you are correct when dealing with a weight at the end of an arm. But the rules change when the weight can slide back and forth. For instance, if we move Bob's sliding weights up so both weights are equidistant from the center the outward force goes to 0 because they are equally opposing each other. If we fixed the weights in this position, it would continuously rotate until slowed by internal friction. But if we pass the central point, assuming a fairly good rotation, the weights not only lift themselves against gravity but accelerate. The challenge is to get it to just past the central point.
BTW, it looks like the worst is over for Gustav so hopefully we'll be hearing from LarryC again soon.
Regards,
Charlie

Offline LarryC

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@All,

Just got electricity and internet back ;D Decided to stay after the forecast of only TS winds and a 5-7 storm surge in out area. Only had some minor damage. So after a lite clean up and a little repair, I'll be back at the motor.

@AB,

Enjoyed our talk, sorry I had to cut out early for one of my Morgan City, La. relatives, but they were in the bullseyes and I wanted to talk them out of there. I think you have a lot to offer in getting Bob's machine replicated.

@Charlie,

Thanks for keeping the focus on Bob's centrifugal sling principal.

Regards, Larry 
 

Offline 4Tesla

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I'm glad you made it with little damage to your place.  Welcome back!

Jason

Offline noonespecial

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Hi Larry,

Welcome back!
Glad to hear that you made it through safely and looking forward to your next update!

Best regards,
Charlie

Offline AB Hammer

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Welcome back Larry

 We are all thankful, for it could have been worst.

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Just got electricity and internet back ;D Decided to stay after the forecast of only TS winds and a 5-7 storm surge in out area. Only had some minor damage. So after a lite clean up and a little repair, I'll be back at the motor.

Glad to hear you made it Larry.  Had to relocate some relatives from Alexandria to Dallas over the long weekend and now I'm glad I did.  Those that stuck behind had tornadoes and lots of rain yesterday, so better to sit it out in the dry for a while this time.  Hoping you did not end up with any homestead damage.

Peace

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offtopic some about accoustiq enginesquestion
« Reply #411 on: September 03, 2008, 07:10:06 AM »
Harti, My Friend with nick name Teslov was send me this is it interesting and how it works?
see here.knows someone something about this ? I would be lika to ake some as this if inventor or other help me

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1527526922275986120&ei=K46cSNSwMYSm2AL9\

and this here:

http://biogenesislab.blogspot.com/2008/06/peter-davey-sonic-resonance-boiler.html

Hi All,
I just went to:

www.newsourceofenergy.com

(old website:
www.newenergymachine.com )
and saw there their new video.

As it was a bit dark and also 54 MB to download,
I just put it through Virtualdub editor and converted it to
a Gamma level enhanced and sharpened DIVX AVI movie.

Here is the result in 4 Mbytes size enclosed.

You need the newer free www.divx.com
codec to watch  it.

Looks amazing.
The first wheel , which seems really to accelerate.
Seems it really generates a lot of torque !
The guy is loosening the brake on the machine, gives it a little
push and the rotor accelerates !

I hope we can invite the inventor to come over here and
tell us about his design.

Regards, Stefan.

Offline 4Tesla

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Re: offtopic some about accoustiq enginesquestion
« Reply #412 on: September 03, 2008, 07:39:40 AM »
Harti, My Friend with nick name Teslov was send me this is it interesting and how it works?
see here.knows someone something about this ? I would be lika to ake some as this if inventor or other help me

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1527526922275986120&ei=K46cSNSwMYSm2AL9\

and this here:

http://biogenesislab.blogspot.com/2008/06/peter-davey-sonic-resonance-boiler.html


Welcome to the forum!  While this is really interesting, you should start a new thread for this topic.

Jason

Offline FreeEnergy

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Re: offtopic some about accoustiq enginesquestion
« Reply #413 on: September 03, 2008, 09:17:48 AM »
Welcome to the forum!  While this is really interesting, you should start a new thread for this topic.

Jason

yeah yet another non open source technology!  >:(

moving on but not completely disregarding!

have fun.


Offline noonespecial

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@all

I'm in the process of drawing up what I believe could be the air cylinder connection and actuator arm. Being a visual kind of guy I like to get my ideas down on paper. Also it should help to brainstorm alternative scenerios. Be back later.
Regards,
Charlie

Offline broli

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@tzaelinsfriendRacho :

Can you be any more off topic dude. Make a new thread and don't pollute others.

Offline AB Hammer

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@broli

 Somehow the strings got mixed up. Look at the topic name. ( offtopic some about accoustiq enginesquestion )
I don't know how this happened.

Offline Marctwo

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Like this...
« Reply #417 on: September 03, 2008, 07:21:12 PM »
 ;)

Offline 4Tesla

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Hehe
« Reply #418 on: September 03, 2008, 07:50:54 PM »

Offline tzaelinsfriendRacho

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 Best Regards to Omnibus From R.Kowacha, I am a bulgarian too I and  my friend Teslov wery hard  saw Your works  about OC MPMM and  replication of german magnet mashine. mashine  these links:
1 http://biogenesislab.blogspot.com/2008/06/peter-davey-sonic-resonance-boiler.html
2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q5ahV_SN-M
3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PXCWIRKJTk&NR=1
I thik all these are some resonants devises

Hi Bob

Excellent work, is there any other videos showing it close up, do you plan to release build details?

Would not like to get smacked over the head with that thing LOL!

Just went to the site but it seems closed at the moment :(

Regards

Sean.