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mechanic / Re: TD replications
« Last post by norman6538 on Today at 08:55:47 PM »
Here are 2 photos that show the device. 1st is the magnet gap open and 2nd is magnet gap closed and with the right magnet twisted and 2 3/16 washers are lifted up 2 cm. It takes very little work to close and open the gap. This was my 2nd attempt. Today I quickly remeasured 5.5 cm lift of 12 BBs = 66 units and closing the gap required 6.5 cm x 3 BBs = 19.5 giving 338%.

Sorry the photo does not match the latest measurement technique of using BBs. They are so much more precise.

True OU. And a 2 sec video to shows the lifting as the gap closes.

Norman
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News / Re: Food for Thought: Our World
« Last post by ramset on Today at 08:24:16 PM »
Here another female perspective on our responsibility towards our planet [A bit different than the excuse maker finger pointer Onepower "I got mines" ...mentality.
https://www.helsinki.fi/en/news/nordic-welfare-news/nothing-can-be-achieved-by-single-individuals-on-the-societal-level-thats-why-ive-gravitated-towards-these-kinds-of-communities.


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"Noth­ing can be achieved by single in­di­vidu­als on the so­ci­etal level, that’s why I’ve grav­it­ated to­wards these kinds of communities"
   
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mechanic / Re: TD replications
« Last post by ayeaye on Today at 06:54:10 PM »
So all i understand, the magnet is initially twisted. When releasing it, it untwists. But why should it then twist when bringing magnets back together again?

Or i need a clear drawing where the orientation of magnets is clearly seen at every stage. And no skewed magnets on the drawing.

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mechanic / Re: TD replications
« Last post by ayeaye on Today at 06:47:40 PM »
After 20 years of watching various free energy devices my conclusion is simple: magnetic field is source of energy.Im curious what do you think

Yes i think the same, but i think the reason is asymmetry of the magnetic field, that is non-Coulomb irregularity. Come both from the Maxwell equations, and experiments seem to show that.

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mechanic / Re: TD replications
« Last post by forest on Today at 06:43:08 PM »
After 20 years of watching various free energy devices my conclusion is simple: magnetic field is source of energy.Im curious what do you think
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mechanic / Re: TD replications
« Last post by norman6538 on Today at 06:06:33 PM »
You did not listen to what I told you to do. Re read what I said and study it with the drawing.
The input  is moving the magnets first apart to untwist and then back together to twist.
And that work is very slight. That almost free  twist becomes the output. 1:40 ratio

Norman
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solid state devices / Re: Partnered Output Coils - Free Energy
« Last post by Raycathode on Today at 06:04:17 PM »
Im currently playing with a creation like this shown it wont work with out the pulse winding
i'm not sure if its OU though you need to experiment with the idea your self
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mechanic / Re: TD replications
« Last post by ayeaye on Today at 06:02:30 PM »
Ok, two magnets against each other, side by side, attracting, right? I twist one 90 degrees, this takes energy. Then there is no attraction between the magnets. But when i release the magnet, it twists back the 90 degrees, which gives back the energy taken by the initial twist. So where is overunity? The second twist gives more energy than the first twist gets, really?

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mechanic / Re: TD replications
« Last post by norman6538 on Today at 05:23:19 PM »
Ayeaye

First if you go back to what Floor did in his many drawings you will see that when two magnets are placed down flat on a table edge to edge they will either attract at the edge or repel.

Second then if you pick them up and leave them edge to edge and twist on 90 degrees they will resist that twist if they were attracting each other.

Third pull them straight apart widening the gap between them and you will see as Floor said almost no force and

Fourth push them together and likewise you will feel no resistance as they approach each other but you will feel the twist.

That is what Floor tested and demonstrated and what I claim is 1 unit of work in giving 40 units of work out from the twist that Floor described. In my case I start small and used the RadioShack rectangular ceramic magnets that have a hole in the center. You can buy them at Lowes and Homedepot.

Play with them and you will see. Then make a mount for one to rotate but not move end to end and then measure that  rotation. You have to limit the twist because if you go too far you will be locked together N to S.

If you look at the drawing and then do these experiments it should be very clear.

My first measurements came in about 400-500% extra but I tweaked that quite a bit in the last week.

Norman
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mechanic / Re: TD replications
« Last post by ayeaye on Today at 05:03:07 PM »
Ayeaye,


Is English not your native language?  I don't understand why you are having problems with Norman's drawing and explanation.

I'm sorry, this doesn't help, you should also know that ayeaye's live in madagascar.

How are the magnets initially oriented, where are their poles? How do they twist? One magnet turns or both magnets turn? Not to talk, the right magnet drawn as skewed, what does it mean, is it made of some magnetic rubber?

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