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### Author Topic: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev  (Read 237883 times)

#### WilbyInebriated

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #180 on: February 04, 2011, 01:37:31 AM »
Don't project onto others what applies to you. Your education is deficient and you are the one lacking mental capacity.

As for concrete examples, I leave them to you, as a homework. There are plenty of examples in the intrinsic sense, let alone the travesty aspect. As a matter of fact, the Hamilton's equations are one such concrete example but you're not equipped to understand my argument, as was seen. So, you're the one lacking knowledge and ability to understand what I'm saying but are blaming me for your deficiencies. What a stupid situation you've put yourself in.
you have no idea what my education is...

as i said earlier, hamilton's equations are irrelevant to the debate between you and i. you are the one lacking in the ability to point out any intrinsic differences... please define the method used that is not inductive or deductive reasoning. please give an example of a strong case and a weak case of this 'omni' method. including the various (if any) types of this 'omni' method would be helpful as well. but, you lack the knowledge and ability to do so, and so you blame your deficiencies on me...

or continue with your evasion via logical fallacies...

#### Omnibus

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #181 on: February 04, 2011, 01:49:20 AM »
Like I said, you're not equipped to comprehend the examples I can give. That's evident. Case in point --  the Hamiltonian equations problem. That's one relevant example but you can't even appreciate it neither do you like it. Therefore, you have to look for your own examples following the instructions I gave you.

Now, like I said, you're continuing to be a nuisance in this thread because you lack self-respect. I tolerated you for quite a while but I'm warning you, I'll cut you off if you continue nagging. Try to comprehend what I'm saying. Try to come up with examples along the lines I instructed you and do something positive. You can't expect to be spoon fed and to advance at the same time. You have to put some effort of your own too.

#### Omnibus

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #182 on: February 04, 2011, 02:02:03 AM »
Now, to help you a little bit. Think about postulates or axioms. Are they a result of deductive or inductive reasoning? How about political doctrines or ethics of good and bad? Think about aesthetical ideals. What is beauty, is it a result of deductions or inductions? The list may go on and on. Do you need more help? Are these tips enough? So far all this is outside the taboos. What are the taboo topics in soft sciences a result of -- are they progeny of inductive or deductive reasoning?

#### Omnibus

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #183 on: February 04, 2011, 02:06:07 AM »
When OJ was let go was that a result of inductive or deductive logic and has it anything to do with the objective truth? Will you agree the validity of Ohm's law to be decided by your neighbors, the bus driver, the teller in the bank and the shoeshine boy?

#### spinn_MP

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #184 on: February 04, 2011, 11:48:27 AM »
Congrats! Just over the last few days, several hundreds of new BS posts...

#### WilbyInebriated

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #185 on: February 04, 2011, 06:15:15 PM »
Now, to help you a little bit. Think about postulates or axioms. Are they a result of deductive or inductive reasoning? How about political doctrines or ethics of good and bad? Think about aesthetical ideals. What is beauty, is it a result of deductions or inductions? The list may go on and on. Do you need more help? Are these tips enough? So far all this is outside the taboos. What are the taboo topics in soft sciences a result of -- are they progeny of inductive or deductive reasoning?
tu stultus es... q.e.d
actually this does help explain your ridiculous posts... LMFAO what is beauty? well... it most certainly isn't logic... nor are aesthetical [sic] ideals, nor are political doctrines, and the list goes on and on...

yes this helps explain much of your lunacy... thank you

#### Omnibus

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #186 on: February 04, 2011, 06:29:29 PM »
How about zoology or botany with their classification systems? Where's the inductive or deductive logic there? How about temperature of verbs in the quantitative theory of literature the subject of study in institutes of literature at the academies of sciences? What about geology and its classification systems or the systems of philosophy? It's typical for lunatics like you to be narrow mineded and stuck in a box of memorized definitions without a trace of understanding. Completely useless boastful peacock of no content -- knowing everything but in fact knowing nothing.

#### MrMag

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #187 on: February 05, 2011, 01:41:44 AM »
How about zoology or botany with their classification systems? Where's the inductive or deductive logic there? How about temperature of verbs in the quantitative theory of literature the subject of study in institutes of literature at the academies of sciences? What about geology and its classification systems or the systems of philosophy? It's typical for lunatics like you to be narrow mineded and stuck in a box of memorized definitions without a trace of understanding. Completely useless boastful peacock of no content -- knowing everything but in fact knowing nothing.

Ditto

#### Omnibus

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #188 on: February 05, 2011, 10:23:08 PM »
@jacob alex posted this in a separate thread but I think it needs immediate attention in this main thread discussing Dmitriev's motor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQ02MjqBk7s

#### Omnibus

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #189 on: February 15, 2011, 04:00:13 AM »
@P-Motion,

I mentioned that earlier. This: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENrMwPNt9Cc&feature=player_embedded# reminds me of the stuff you were doing. Notice in this case the use of the one-way clutch bearing. I'll be doing some experiment on this in the coming weeks and I was wondering if would feel interesting to try it on your rig. Notice, when the weight is attached at the rim the wheel cannot make even one full turn. However, when the attachment is through the lever secured to the disc by the one-way clutch beaing, starting from the same height, the wheel makes almost three turns. Hope you find it interesting to show us a video of this effect. All the best.

#### JEJEHO

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #190 on: February 16, 2011, 07:14:44 AM »
there is no energy amplification in this wheel

#### Omnibus

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #191 on: February 16, 2011, 07:46:28 AM »
there is no energy amplification in this wheel

If the wheel with the lever shows almost three times more turns than the wheel w/ weight attached to rim then there is energy amplification. Your analysis isn't enough to counter that. Show experiment.

#### nickle989

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #192 on: April 10, 2011, 05:45:04 AM »
It is amazing that in the last 8 or 9 pages maybe more alot of BS has been shovled back and forth.  Instead of staying on topic and progressing instead it is just slinging BS at eachother.

Why is this so hard to believe?  Let's see how many have replicated this project here?  Second that if you look at the gearing type ratio I think you will find it somewhat similar to the "Directly downwind is faster" and if you can't believe and see that actually works then time for you to leave.  Instead of wind he is using gravity.  But one can only go so fast with a gravity wheel because of the rate of fall governed by earth's gravitational pull.

Anyway wasted more time reading stupid posts.  At least Hal. gets some hits.

#### rlortie

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #193 on: April 10, 2011, 06:41:23 AM »
nickle989

13 pages of gibberish over a simulation of something that obviously to an experienced wheel researcher will not work!  It is rather obvious just looking at the drawing there is no way this thing can ever lift the amount of weights as shown.

Omnibus should know better than to involve himself on this thread. He makes a better audiophile consultant than a gravity wheel researcher.

Fact is; I am installing a home theater system based on the new 'Audyssey DSX' for  a 11.1 channel sound system.

Ralph Lortie
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#### Super God

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##### Re: Gravity wheel of Mikhail Dmitriyev
« Reply #194 on: April 10, 2011, 07:06:37 AM »
I for one think that this design will work and am going to try to build it, just for fun. If it doesn't, then at least it'll be a neat toy.