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Offline Omnibus

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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #75 on: January 07, 2011, 03:15:50 AM »
ROFLMAO. Sticks and stones. Grow up Omni. Go read a book.

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« Reply #76 on: January 07, 2011, 04:03:55 AM »
good come back.   ;D

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F.M.Chalkalis Energy Multiplier 2011
« Reply #77 on: June 29, 2011, 08:47:48 PM »
Hello World,
Like you I’m a dreamer of a better future.
Obviously through free energy, things would be a lot different.
No more wars for gasoline and petrol. No more polluting planet earth.
But the system maintaining the profit out of controlled energy is way more organized than one could ever possibly imagine. Just take a minute and think of all the interests that would be affected if people had free energy.
Now think that the source of free energy is Gravity. As Mr.Tutanka says about Mr. chalkalis’s invention
In a world that science is improving and old facts are proven wrong or obsolete every day, we are still so absolute about some things.
Newton (1643 – 1727) described universal gravitation and the three laws of motion, which dominated the scientific view of the physical universe for the next three centuries… (Wikipedia)
For your consideration I will mention that The first electric bulb light  was made in 1800 by Humphry Davy. In my humble opinion he would have probably been accused of using witchcraft in 17th century.
A year ago I found out about Mr. F.M.chalkalis Energy Multiplier and since then I’m following its course.
Today, with the help of many people we actually have the scientific documentation that proves Mr. Chalkalis claims of Over-Unity.
Proofs,  that should make us reconsider or knowledge on physics we have been taught.
Yet I see none saying a word about it.
So I decided that the least I can do is to inform anyone I can. Hopping that somehow people, will see and realize that free energy exists and is free for everyone on our planet.
This is the update on Mr. F.M.Chalkalis’s Energy Multiplier  from June 25, 2011.

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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #78 on: September 18, 2011, 06:40:31 PM »
Hello World,
Keeping my promise on informing you of any news on F.M.Chalkalis Energy multiplier,
I would like to bring to your attention the following letter that was posted on Mr Chalkalis page about two week ago.

Link:  chalkalis.blogspot.com    Friday, September 9, 2011.

Read and decide on your own.
After all, it is a responsibility and obligation to our children to keep our minds open and decide for our own what is truth.

W32

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A.Kerkar

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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #79 on: October 09, 2011, 09:00:40 PM »
No serious replications yet seen on this forum. The design of Mr. Chalkalis is probable to big for most of us, but why not trying to replicate it on a smaller scale ?!. You can get all his drawings on his blog http://chalkalis.blogspot.com/
I'm going to try to replicate his device using his specifications, as much as possible, for the materials I have available. I am sick and tired of all the thoughts and math discussions, mixing it sometimes with other devices. Lets build the damn thing and see what comes out. Then we have something to discuss. So, now you all can sit back and wait for me. If I fail, I will accept the title 'loser' no problem.

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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #80 on: October 15, 2011, 07:21:40 PM »
Dear Knovos,
Since you are following the F.M.Chalkalis thread, you must already know I am a supporter, because I honestly believe it can change our world. Unfortunately I do not have the ability to build a copy myself.
Reading your post:
No serious replications yet seen on this forum. The design of Mr. Chalkalis is probable to big for most of us, but why not trying to replicate it on a smaller scale ?!. You can get all his drawings on his blog http://chalkalis.blogspot.com/
I'm going to try to replicate his device using his specifications, as much as possible, for the materials I have available. I am sick and tired of all the thoughts and math discussions, mixing it sometimes with other devices. Lets build the damn thing and see what comes out. Then we have something to discuss. So, now you all can sit back and wait for me. If I fail, I will accept the title 'loser' no problem.
I would like to add that:
As long it concerns smaller scale devices (smaller weights), you should read of Mr.Chalkalis ‘s advices on the mater.
Concerning the possibility you may be called a “loser” as you say, I would like to encourage you that if you follow the instructions and specifications firmly it would be impossible to fail.
Even more, if you google it you will find that there are confirmations from Universities about Mr. F.M.Chalkalis device functionality and even technical data tablet with COP based on the prototype.
I have been studying this innovation for quite a time and I would be more than happy to contribute in your try with any help you might need.
The responsibility of proving that the F.M.Chalkalis device can be successfully copied is of great importance and I do wish you lots of strength.
PS.: You should build an enchased base and underpinned foundations because the forces are huge.

My Best Wishes
W32

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« Reply #81 on: October 15, 2011, 10:30:05 PM »
Dear W32,

Thank you very much for your encouragement. Yes I know you are a big fan of mister Chalkalis his device. And yes, I have read as much as I can about all the information for building this device. This evening I made a start by making the first drawing for the smaller scale replication. I decided to make a replication that is 25% from the original. My first concerns are how to make two weights each 5711 gram and the motors that I want to use, maybe they are not strong enough. But that are problems that can be solved I'm sure. This device is really simple to build but it must be accurate in the dimensions. Yes the forces will be huge so maybe thats the reason why Mr.Chalkalis did not used bearings. Bearings are no problem I think as long as they are build for the forces. I really don't understand why there are no serious replications yet. Talk to you later.
Kind regards,
Knovos.
« Last Edit: October 16, 2011, 12:27:19 AM by knovos »

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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #82 on: October 16, 2011, 12:30:58 PM »
Dear All,

Please note , Chalkalis wheel cannot do big work. Because When the weights are falling down, due to the weights  are loosing there energy , the wheel can do a work. But when the weights are going up it cannot do the same work, becasue of the weights are gaining there  energy. so when it is connected to a generator, when the weights are falling down it can run the generator but when the weights are going up it cant.

Nixon

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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #83 on: October 19, 2011, 09:51:28 AM »
I might attempt to replicate a small scaled version of this (32.9%). Here is a screenshot of the spreadsheet I made calculating the power a scaled version can put out. You can change the parameters, like diameter of the device, rotational speed, weight on the device. The changeable parameters are highlighted yellow.

As you can see, at 60 rpm, the device will produce 33 watts with a 7 lbs combined weight. The scaled diameter of the device in the example is 29 inches, which is roughly the size of a large bike wheel and it is 32.9% (scale ratio) the size of the original. At higher rpms, weights, and diameters, it will obviously produce more power.

If we can rotate this device using only 10 watts at 60 rpm and take out only a fraction of the 33 watts, say 11 watts, then we may have a winner.

-brian
« Last Edit: October 19, 2011, 10:36:03 AM by ae_vector »

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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #84 on: October 19, 2011, 12:30:32 PM »

If we can rotate this device using only 10 watts at 60 rpm and take out only a fraction of the 33 watts, say 11 watts, then we may have a winner.

-brian
Thank you very much for your contribution. I can't wait for the results. I certainly going to use this excel sheet to check if the device that I build fits into these numbers. For those who are interested in the building of my device look at http://knovos-chalkalisreplication.blogspot.com/
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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #85 on: October 19, 2011, 06:36:02 PM »
Thank you very much for your contribution. I can't wait for the results. I certainly going to use this excel sheet to check if the device that I build fits into these numbers. For those who are interested in the building of my device look at http://knovos-chalkalisreplication.blogspot.com/
knovos

@knoves, You have a very nice build so far. 5711 g is around 12.6 lbs. Mine is at 7 lbs. I also have a 10 lbs weight set so I can try both. Looking forward to your results.

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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #86 on: October 20, 2011, 09:29:00 PM »
Why don`t you use a massive fly Wheel for inertia ?
Dear All,

Please note , Chalkalis wheel cannot do big work. Because When the weights are falling down, due to the weights  are loosing there energy , the wheel can do a work. But when the weights are going up it cannot do the same work, becasue of the weights are gaining there  energy. so when it is connected to a generator, when the weights are falling down it can run the generator but when the weights are going up it cant.

Nixon

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Re: Chalkalis Gravity Wheel
« Reply #87 on: October 23, 2011, 06:54:23 PM »
Thank you very much for your contribution. I can't wait for the results. I certainly going to use this excel sheet to check if the device that I build fits into these numbers. For those who are interested in the building of my device look at http://knovos-chalkalisreplication.blogspot.com/
knovos

@knovos, I have been following your blog. Thanks for sharing your progress with pictures. I will post pictures as well on my progress. I have all the materials for the most part already.

One problem I see is the weights on your device. It seems like you just multiplied 0.25 to the original weight. But it should be less than that (for the dimensions it is OK to do this, but not for the weight.) For example, if you have 2x2x2 cm^3 block and you half the dimensions, you get 1x1x1 cm^3 block, but the weight is not half the weight, it is 1/8th the weight because you can fit eight 1x1x1 block in the 2x2x2 block. so instead of weighing 4kg (if original weight was 8kg), the block with half the dimension will only weigh 1kg. Hope that makes sense.

-brian

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« Reply #88 on: October 23, 2011, 11:21:57 PM »
One problem I see is the weights on your device. It seems like you just multiplied 0.25 to the original weight. But it should be less than that (for the dimensions it is OK to do this, but not for the weight.) For example, if you have 2x2x2 cm^3 block and you half the dimensions, you get 1x1x1 cm^3 block, but the weight is not half the weight, it is 1/8th the weight because you can fit eight 1x1x1 block in the 2x2x2 block. so instead of weighing 4kg (if original weight was 8kg), the block with half the dimension will only weigh 1kg. Hope that makes sense.

-brian

O yes that make sense, thank you for this remark! I don't know how to handle with this problem. Is there somebody over here who can do the math for me. My design is 25% from the original design. The original has a 22mm 4,5 kilo outer copper tube, but how long is it and what is the inside diameter of the tube. Without the right math it will be a gambling machine, it will take tons of time to find out what the correct weights are for my design.
Very nice to know there is somebody else in the world who is also building this device. Can't wait to see your pictures. I have updated my blog with building the under construction.http://knovos-chalkalisreplication.blogspot.com/
regards,
Knovos.

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« Reply #89 on: October 24, 2011, 02:42:01 AM »
O yes that make sense, thank you for this remark! I don't know how to handle with this problem. Is there somebody over here who can do the math for me. My design is 25% from the original design. The original has a 22mm 4,5 kilo outer copper tube, but how long is it and what is the inside diameter of the tube. Without the right math it will be a gambling machine, it will take tons of time to find out what the correct weights are for my design.
Very nice to know there is somebody else in the world who is also building this device. Can't wait to see your pictures. I have updated my blog with building the under construction.http://knovos-chalkalisreplication.blogspot.com/
regards,
Knovos.

@Knovos, for the dimensions you are using (25%), the scaled weight of one ball should only be 357g (0.357kg). This weight is too small to produce significant power (only 50 Watts at 500 rpm). At 2kg balls (4kg for both) the power goes up to 270 Watts at 500 rpm (560mm diameter). This is why Chalkalis recommends building big like his, but the weights he is using might be too impractical/dangerous for us regular replicators like me.

So my suggestion is to use 2kg weights for the center weights (4kg total) and 0.4 kg (400g) for the outer perimeter tube, which is 1/5th the weight of one of the center weights. The ratio between one ball and the outer tube is about 0.20 or 20% or 1/5th. If you want to go heavier, just take 1/5th of the weight of one center weights (ball) you are using. I am using 1.5kg weights (3kg total) on mine. My diameter is bigger (30 inches vs 22 inches for yours) so I can get by with smaller weights.

-brian

 

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