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Author Topic: New accelerating gravity wheel ! Converted video from www.newenergymachine.com !  (Read 449007 times)

Offline hartiberlin

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Hi All,
Bob is back from hospital,
he just wrote me the following:

Hi Stephan. Just thought I would give you a little message and let you know I am back home again. I still go to therapy but things are comming along.
The compressor in the movie is what I was the machine was driving to do some usefull work. The machine wasn't ballanced and the board that is moveing is used as a shelf or small table.
There are no hoses or airlines conected to it.
The way to lift the weight to the opposit end is at the 4:00 oclock position an  arm from the centre, on a cam mecanisum to the end of the arm (2.5 ft) is forced around and lifts the linked weights 1" farther than 1/2 the total travel. Centricical force will lift it the rest of the way. It acts like a leaver 2.5" to centre and 10" past.The farther it pushes the weight from the bottom the easier it gets.The first 2" is the heaviest. The spring mecanisum helps at the first of the upward stroke.
A locking pin is used to release the springs.(springs have to be compressed for the first revolution) Springs
On the pictures that are labled, the belt is a steel bar joining the two weights.
The spring mecanisum is at the end of each arm. This is a must, as well as the air shock to stop the weights from impacting the end.
I hade help from a friend,George,who was an retired Engineer who designed the cam system as well as other parts.
I am going to go now. I can only type wih my right hand and it takes forever to type this. Soon I will be back to two hands.
Don't worry about the little bit of trouble there was, everything is ok.
I will be in touch......Take care Bob.

The video states "Uncrank the disc brake, give it a little nudge and away it goes.  Adjust the tension on the brake to control the rpm as there is no load on the first test."

Is this a minor contradiction?

Rich

Maybe he was not really driving the air compressor at this test,
but just the hoses, so these hoses just shook..?

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[/quote]

The video states "Uncrank the disc brake, give it a little nudge and away it goes.  Adjust the tension on the brake to control the rpm as there is no load on the first test."

Is this a minor contradiction?

Rich
[/quote]

Maybe he was not really driving the air compressor at this test,
but just the hoses, so these hoses just shook..?
[/quote]

I think that the excess Energy will continuisly speed up the Mashine.
therevore he :Adjust the tension on the brake to control the rpm ...
(instead of a load wich workes as a resistance)as there is no load on the first test
(such as a generator to consume the excess power)

helmut

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Hey, Guys and Gales,
Youtube's got this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uLPMGrMohc

it's so simple and ingeniuos yet a 3 years old can understand the how to assamble the device!
Maybe it cannot power a generator, but if you make it big enough to roll in a giant circular runway, you can extract electricity from this wheel with magnets and coils embedded in the walls of the runway.
Just my two cents of food for thought.
Aaron5120

Hi Aaron: have you seen the 2nd part of the video? Look at this.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEgiZPGKQ_Y
Why he/she burns the wheel?

And another wheel:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsSTE1T4doc

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Offline nwman

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All,
I really hate these videos because they are so ridiculously inconclusive and bordering on the edge of silly. First of all from my knowledge of construction a garage floor is slanted to the door by about 3+" over 20ft which would be enough to make those wheel roll the way they do. Now you might say he shows a level on the ground. Well that 5" level would show level on that slope. If you put a 6ft level it would show its not level. He could have so simply shown a video with the fallowing and I would be convince no question. All he would have had to do is start it the way he does in the video and let it roll for 4+ft like he did. Then without cutting the video grab it and stop it and turn it 180 degrees and let it go and show it backtracking the same path to its starting point if not farther. This would have conclusively shown its effects. That simple. But I have yet to see this. The whole burning the wheels thing just makes it so if someone asks him to show the previous he can say he doesn't have it anymore and that you will have to make it to try it.

Tim

I didn't spend the time reading the whole post so if someone already said this my apologies. And as always I hope I'm wrong.

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Re: fake videos
« Reply #94 on: August 11, 2007, 09:53:37 PM »
@Tim & Aaron:

I just made a replication of that simple toy-wheel, even better made as the one shown in the video. Results: the video is a fake, such a wheel no goes more than 4 or 5 turns when you give it a good impulse.

If you want I can put here a video of my replication.

Regards

syncron

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Re: fake videos
« Reply #94 on: August 11, 2007, 09:53:37 PM »
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Offline fletcher

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As far as Mr Hall's attempts at self sustaining wheels go I think we should take into consideration his credentials & background as an artist. While his manufacturing skills look very nice his experimental technique needs some tidying up, to be convincing.

As Tim said, you need a far longer level to gauge accurately the flatness of the garage floor. A short level is notoriously unreliable & shows only the 'local' spot. A longer level [4 ft plus] placed on top of a straight length of timber is an even more reliable indication of slope over a longer distance, especially if you also turn the level around & the 'bubble' remains centered.

Running the wheel both ways evens out any 'slope' anomalies that may or may not be present. Running over different parallel tracks in the same video also helps establish credibility, with at least one track at 90 degrees as well.

Video's need to be continuous & pan in & out to show the surroundings, to eliminate any possible outside interference criticism. The sound needs to be on to eliminate any untoward noises like leaf blowers or air compressors or people on hands & knees blowing or waving a tennis racket above it, for example.

The model has to be shown front, side & back to eliminate any obvious 'coins' taped to the rear side to provide the initial start up over-balance.

There are more 'grey areas' that could be addressed. Perhaps Stefan could set up a thread that gives a list of what is considered good experimental technique for 'Proof of Concept' demonstrations for gravity wheels ? Just a thought !



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Fletcher, Good idea with the thread.

Tim

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Offline d3adp00l

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It is building code that garage floors be sloped as nwman correctly said, They do this so cars can drive in but rain water can't get into the house. And even with a 5 inch level, a paper shim could correct it if it could show the out of level. I will say that the mans wood working skills are top notch and very clean.

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syncron, yes, why not put the video here? i asumed its not working, because its to easy - no combined mechanisms/principles. Nonetheless i beleave bessler gravity wheels work. For example: i saw one ten years ago on an exhibition for motors/drives here in germany as an eyecatch on a table (not to be sold, not part of the product-portfolio of the company). it was pureley out of metal. but they didn't show me the complete interior but, statet that it was running by its own. i said, thats impossible and went away soon. but i changed my mind some years later and began to start research.

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hi joh70
here you are the video. My digital fotocamara has no sound.

About the setup you have seen in Germany perhaps it was this:
http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,2993.0.html

The person who saw it and made the flash told me that this was a "Elektrizit?tsfirma" on Hannover fair.


Sorry I don't succes to upload the video file. I have to compress it. Will try later.
« Last Edit: August 16, 2007, 02:45:31 PM by syncron »

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If you post it on youtube it should compress it for you. You could also try to use virtualdub. Its free, and there are plenty of tutorials.

Do you know if that german is a working device or not? Have you tried a replication?

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Offline Joh70

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hi, yes, it was a device based on that design shown in the animation above. don't know if it was the same company or fair. that one i saw, was covered. so i could'nt see the area between.

it realy seemed to work, as i can remember and as they told me. but there must be an additional mechanism inside, because i rebuilded it as good as i can with no success. i asume it is a bessler-variation, as the most pure mechanicaly designs are / try to be.

Offline vondesastre

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hey guys  sorry to barge in

after numerous calculations and synthesys>>> i think i found us a way to get real free energy

>> stay tuned

i will be needing as much feedback as possible from you

lets do it together

i guess that this is the purpose of this forum anyway

i stand on grounds that >>  many of our predecessors have opened ways but they all got stuck in their single lined research thus were unable to see the bigger picture

please feel free to join in

http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,3029.new.html#new

any contextual input will be welcomed

thanks in advance

Offline mikey

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Dear All,

Just wanted to let you know that Bob's got a nice article in the Lindsay Post:

http://www.thepost.ca/webapp/sitepages/content.asp?contentid=679901&catname=Local%20News&classif=News%20Live

and made it on KeelyNet (where I got the link from in the first place).

Congrats Bob!!

Offline mikey

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Dear All,

Just like to appologise for making a complete hash-up of the promise of this.

First lesson learnt: Read all previous posts before putting comments on at the very end of a post.

Sorry chaps!!   :-[

Mike

 

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