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Offline pcockriel

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #30 on: July 06, 2007, 02:03:11 PM »
Can I upload Video On overunity?
working on the elemntal rod.
I slowed down the volts to .002  with wire wraped around strong magnets and placed in a copper tube
 the light stays on, and somehow the power in the battery is
not changing. I think he used a very small battery and slowed the voltage down and the light stays on with less volts ,watch his video again and if you look very very close you will see that the rods are copper,
and I can tell this because I do Plumbing and the cap matches a 1/2 inch copper cap thats not sold anymore with that little point on the cap the new caps are flat on top,also I have 16years background as a
plumber , anyway with a 14.5 volt dc battery the meter read 13.91 and after placed
in the tube dropped to .002 volts. I couldnt believe it. but I figured out what he done ( i think) and I have to set it up so there are no loose connections and see how long it will run, if it runs over two days I will post the results..
Can We Upload video on this site? I dont want to post it on youtube and explain it again

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #31 on: July 06, 2007, 02:14:00 PM »
Can I upload Video On overunity?


Hi,

Yes you can. By clicking on the REPLY button a POST REPLY window appears and under the main Text window you can see Attach:  in bold and by clicking on Brewsing in that same line before (more attachments), you will have access to your own hard drive folders/files. When selected and also finished the text, click on Post.

Gyula

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How to upload a file
« Reply #32 on: July 06, 2007, 03:31:40 PM »
Hi Paul,

here is how you upload a file.

You can always stretch a window by pulling on it with the mouse.
Pull somewhere on an edge or in the corner if you want the window bigger.

Regards, Earl

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File size
« Reply #33 on: July 06, 2007, 03:37:55 PM »
Hi Paul,

try to make the video as compact as possible.  Don't waste time, show things quickly.
Music not so important as talking and explaining.  Make as short as possible.  Try to keep down to 5 or 10 MB, since I don't know if overunity.com would have a problem with a big 50 or 100 MB file.
Be efficient when filming.

Have fun with your experiments.

Regards, Earl

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #34 on: July 06, 2007, 05:34:29 PM »
Wow sad news guys the spinning ball has balanced out and stopped we are running into a problem the iron has turned into a magnet and now repels and balances out. sad sad news
Dang, I was just thinking about it doing that yesterday.
But how long did it spin before becoming magnetised?
I think you can use a dc electromagnet to demagnetise the ball.
Maybe need a ferrite hollow ball?

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #35 on: July 07, 2007, 02:28:01 AM »

pcokriel, please let us know how long the ball spun before it stopped ? This question's been asked at least 3 times now! :)

A few points to maybe note :

a) The sphere does not have to be magnetic material. Think about a plastic ball with blades sticking out of it that can be attracted by the half-hidden magnet underneath.

b) To avoid the situation of the ball (or as noted above: blades) becoming magnetized, we maybe need to use a material that is paramagnetic (ie: weakly attracted toward a magnet and which does not become magnetized)


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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #36 on: July 07, 2007, 03:20:35 AM »
oops sorry guys, It spun for 2 days 7 hours 2 min to be exact
and the plasic ball Idea Was a great Idea but Will Have the same effect
demaget is another great Idea

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #37 on: July 07, 2007, 03:22:57 AM »
  Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
? Reply #36 on: Today at 12:28:01 AM ? Quote 

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pcokriel, please let us know how long the ball spun before it stopped ? This question's been asked at least 3 times now!

A few points to maybe note :

a) The sphere does not have to be magnetic material. Think about a plastic ball with blades sticking out of it t


WOW I Almost Fell Over GREAT IDEA!

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #38 on: July 07, 2007, 03:37:06 AM »
Man I Really Wanted the elemetal rods to work, but my attempt failed, Im giving up on the idea, whoever wants to try it your welcome to but my attempt im calling a failer

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #39 on: July 07, 2007, 04:47:07 AM »
oops sorry guys, It spun for 2 days 7 hours 2 min to be exact

Incredible!
Input = You sliding a copper sheet under a cup.
Output = A ball moves for 2 days, 7 hours, and 2 mins AGAINST the friction of the water and other small loses.
Hrmm, I'd say that definitely seems like COP > 1...

Did you take another one of those steel balls and start up your 'motor' again?

It should start fine again right?, Since you replaced the 'now magnetized' steel ball that caused your 'motor' to stop?



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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #40 on: July 07, 2007, 05:52:33 AM »
PCOCKRIEL,
please try to hit your iron sphere a few times with a hammer,
not so hard, that you would make bumps into the surface,
but maybe this hard, that it looses its magnetic property again...

Then it shouldwork again.
Also you could look for a better soft iron material, that
will not get a remanenz magnetism after a while...

Looking forward for a few replications.
Many thanks.
P.S:I think this is a much better magnet motor than the
lame Minato-style Steorn ORBO device
(which is so unstable that light-heat can "destroy" ???? the bearings...????....)

Regards, Stefan.

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #41 on: July 07, 2007, 06:00:06 AM »
I uploaded my attempts at the elemental rods
youtube.com/pcockriel

I heard steorn was suspended forever is this true?

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #42 on: July 07, 2007, 06:04:40 AM »
Im not working on the magnet motor its out of town but emails I recieved Im Just sending back and forth
because of work and other things I dont have as much time, but it is being worked on!

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #43 on: July 07, 2007, 06:06:27 AM »
money slows us down a bit, so replace the ball is not an option for us, but we will keep an update posted

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Re: Magnet motor by pcockriel
« Reply #44 on: July 07, 2007, 06:09:22 AM »
Good news as well new videos will be coming on the magnet motor with the stand replaced by a magnet
and on an open garage floor as to see nothing else in the video