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Offline Limoman7

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Perpetual Motion
« on: July 25, 2005, 05:25:24 AM »
Has anyone really achieved petpetual motion?

I'm very close with my design and was wondering who else has done it.

Is it unsafe to show others? or is that just a bunch of BS?

My device is siimilar to a SMOT but the magnets work a little diifferent.

It would not be very hard to build a magnetic motor along the same lines.

Cheers!


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Perpetual Motion
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Offline lltfdaniel

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2005, 02:41:20 PM »
Like a Hydrogen Gas Car You Need A Bit Of Electric(To NONE) To Keep The Flow Going There are Alot Of Solutions For That.
Just Have a Dual Battery System(Car Batt)

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Offline Limoman7

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2005, 05:41:57 PM »
 ???

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Offline sypherios

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #3 on: November 19, 2005, 12:17:45 AM »
Finsrud buddy all the way, or minato....

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2006, 07:03:23 PM »
Hey Limoman, please share your principles so we can know what your idea does. Thanks

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #6 on: January 20, 2007, 10:35:40 PM »
Linoman,

    If you wish to share your idea's and inventions with the world than show them, but don't expect that someone else won't take your idea's and/or inventions and claim them as their own. That is part of human nature and you can bet money on this.

If you think this is just BS simply show something to a few people and watch it pop up somewhere else in fairly short time. I've had many people tell me that I was being silly or just being paranoid, and so I have proved it out many times over by doing just that in order that they could see the results for themselves.

Remember the "Squirly Ball" that many people have seen advertised on TV as a pet toy? Just a simple hollow ball with a motor and wheel inside and a long fluffy tail attached to the ball? That was one of those instances when I intentionally showed some of my idea's to people I knew would take it right to the bank s-t-s. Others were the extendible phone cord, the gas/electric hybrid car, permenant magnet motor, lighted Frisbee, and about a dozen or so others that I intentionally shared to try and prove that there are people out there who make very good livings from taking the idea's and/or inventions of others and laying claim to them.

It's certainly nothing new under the sun as far as human nature goes, and if you don't recognize this fact right away you may end up becoming a very cranky and bitter person as your years pass away. My own family heritage is a long history of generation after generation having to learn and experience this same fact over and over because each eventually became so bitter about what they considered to be theft and betrayal by people they trusted that they usually wound up being secluded and bitter old farts.

The world does need free energy technologies if we can hold out any hope that our race will survive much longer. I don't think I need to remind you of all the various problems we have going on at the moment or what we can likely expect the inevitable outcome to be. Personally I believe that unless the masses can succeed in obtaining free energy technologies that the human race will soon disappear from the face of this planet. There is of course much that goes on that we the people are not privy to, and certain elites and military personel will survive any holocost that may effect the Earth. I don't think that I would want to survive just to be subject to the fascists who would have complete and unobstructed control in such an event however, the future does not have to be that way at all.

For that reason I believe that the only way that the masses can hope to force free energy technologies to the surface and into the light for all to see is to share any information that one may have on the matter whether it is your own idea or someone else's. The stakes we face ahead if we don't overcome our old nature are in my opinion far to high to ignore, and the clock continues to tick towards what most believe to be inevitable.

Cheers,

J.D.

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Offline Dingus Mungus

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #7 on: January 21, 2007, 10:43:41 AM »
< sarcasm >
Yeah I'm sure everyone here tries to patent evry half baked idea that comes down the pipe...
< /sarcasm >

This is a open source research community in which the modus operandi is free and open sharing of ideas, concepts, and prototypes amongst peers for evaluation, replication, leading finally to confimation.

As far as I know no one here has positively confirmed free energy from any one device on this site, but we all contribute to and replicate anything that looks to be promising. If your asperation is to make money from your idea sharing it here may not be the best idea, but if your interested in helping solve the biggest problem man kind faces in the near future this site is a great outlet for group efforts in research.

I hope to hear more about your device,
~Dingus

Offline neptune

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #8 on: February 01, 2007, 10:19:30 PM »
Two possible futures for mankind.One, oil wars. Two, after the free energy revolution,Copper wars,and magnetic material wars. Why has China forced up the global price of copper by buying all she can get?

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Offline FreeEnergy

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #9 on: April 19, 2007, 08:34:17 AM »
Has anyone really achieved petpetual motion?

I'm very close with my design and was wondering who else has done it.

Is it unsafe to show others? or is that just a bunch of BS?

My device is siimilar to a SMOT but the magnets work a little diifferent.

It would not be very hard to build a magnetic motor along the same lines.

Cheers!



hi,
no BS but it can be dangerous depending on who you show it to and how many people you show it to. my suggestion is to go for mass distribution as open source technology.

peace

Offline mangyhyena

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2008, 10:08:54 AM »
BushWacker wrote: "For that reason I believe that the only way that the masses can hope to force free energy technologies to the surface and into the light for all to see is to share any information that one may have on the matter whether it is your own idea or someone else's. The stakes we face ahead if we don't overcome our old nature are in my opinion far to high to ignore, and the clock continues to tick towards what most believe to be inevitable."

I agree 100%.  I'll just add my own thoughts to this.

I believe cheap energy is possible through a permanent magnet motor.  (I'll let physicists argue about the proper title for a machine like this.)  I believe that governments around the world do not want us to have free energy.  I believe OPEC works with governments around the world to suppress any technologies that would compete with oil.  (Surprised solar and wind and hydro weren't stomped)  I believe if people want this problem fixed they're going to have to fix it themselves.
This will require a device that meets certain criteria, IMHO.
1.  It will convert energy into a usable form for the average citizen.
2. It be made from commonly available parts.
3. A complete parts list be given away.
4. Complete assembly instructions and blueprints also be given away.
5. And include a cover letter encouraging people to photocopy the plans and give them away to others who want energy independence.

Hopefully, if a device that meets these criteria is made, individuals can give OPEC a virus that spreads quicker than they can suppress.  It will depend on individuals to actually assemble or pay to have assembled these products and put them to use in their everyday lives.  So long as they also show others how to do it the product should spread.

We can't rely on government to fix this problem.  OPEC is not interested in fixing the problem.  And manufacturing plants are vulnerable to pressure from governments to shut their doors and tear up their prototypes and plans.  To a person, we have to do this ourselves.  My biggest fear is that I get a device operational and no one is interested in putting it to use in their lives because they'd rather wait for some company to manufacture it for them.  It will fail if that happens.

So, if I get my motor to run and people steal it I really don't care because that would not stop me from continuing to give it away.  Why patent something that people are already assembling at home on their own?  How can you make money on something people can make for themselves far cheaper?  And if someone does steal it and try to patent it, at least the men in black will be too busy shooting that individual to worry about a little nothing like me. ;D

Free energy is not something to try to make money off of at this point.  Doing that will get you a world full of trouble you don't want.  It belongs to all of us and that's really the only safe way to look at it right now.

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Offline Cairun

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #11 on: March 23, 2009, 07:24:56 PM »
it could be dangerous to show others your invention, because some people would take it from you. 
if you are going to make it public, make sure to do it so that people recognize you as the inventor.

one thing, search the web to see if it is indeed an original idea.  i thought i had some original ideas, but as it turns out most of the ideas were not original when i searched the web.

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #12 on: June 24, 2009, 10:48:44 PM »
I agree with mangyhyena.  The powers to be want nothing more than to keep the power they have at any cost.  That's easy to see by just watching the news.  The energy industry is hands down the largest in this world and whoever controls that, controls the world.  I don't doubt that a device can be constructed and believe that many have been already.  If money is your motivator to make such a device, you’re heading down the wrong path.  A device like this will create change; the world power doesn't want change.   We alone will never have the horsepower to overcome this.  None of us are a smart as all of us, so by pulling together and forgetting profit, we can make change.   Change in the form of energy independence. 

On the lighter side..  Anyone have a source for copper wire?  Thx

Offline lumen

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #13 on: June 25, 2009, 12:15:31 AM »
The thing I always think about free energy is.... If matter and energy are the same thing, then saying you could create a source of free energy would be like saying you have a matter creating device and can make something from nothing! It just don't make sense to think one could create energy from nothing.

Having said that, this is a setup that I have tested several times that contradicts that concept!

I believe it actually has something to do with the fact that a magnet does not double in strength by adding another like magnet. However, the field size can be doubled without losing strength which does increase the work done.

It's the expanding field theory.

 

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Re: Perpetual Motion
« Reply #14 on: June 25, 2009, 12:45:14 AM »
I believe it actually has something to do with the fact that a magnet does not double in strength by adding another like magnet.

IMHO, a magnet more than doubles its strength when another like magnet is added. The "usable external field" does not double, but is increased by a substantial amount. The missing part, which is hard to measure, is the field between the 2 magnets. If you add that into the total, I think you'll discover there is actually a bit more than double.

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