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mynameis - January 14, 2008 11:02 PM (GMT)

alexvegas - January 14, 2008 11:42 PM (GMT)
Is it made of K'Nex?

jfk - January 15, 2008 01:47 AM (GMT)
I remember seeing pictures of this one when I was a kid.

http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=...earch&plindex=6

PHARAOH1133 - January 15, 2008 03:23 AM (GMT)
So that moving just with gravity? If it is that's amazing.

mynameis - January 15, 2008 08:06 AM (GMT)
OverUnity Pulse Motor - Doug Konzen
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHpikCPKPiE

tower - January 15, 2008 04:28 PM (GMT)
I've said it already, but I'll say it again - there is no such thing as free energy and the machine presented is a fraud. Anyone who had been paying attention at their physics classes would know it.

alive and still talking - January 15, 2008 04:34 PM (GMT)
it is ligitimate, the first showing of this concept was by it's developer, an elderly scientist who appeared with a smaller all brass model on the tonite show with johnny carson in the mid 80's. he quickly dissappeared and was not heard from again, I assumed that the military picked him up to steal his invention

his machine moved much faster, he called it a centrifugal force driven turbine
or engine, but I'm sure he used the phrase centripital motion in describing how it worked

the scientist started his machine with a slight movement of his hand from a dead stop just to prove his invention to the TV audience

he also suggested his machine could power cars, and provide free energy if used as turbines in power plants. any motion can accelerate this machine

jfk - January 15, 2008 04:53 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (PHARAOH1133 @ Jan 14 2008, 11:23 PM)
So that moving just with gravity? If it is that's amazing.

No, there are several forces at work with that one...
You have gravity, magnetism, and inertia.
What I do find amazing is that someone actually found the proper balance ( timing ) to make it all work in harmony.

As far as perpetual motion engines, when one starts itself without outside intervention ( I.E. "spinning it up to speed" ), Then the world will change dramatically.... That needs to be the goal.

The main problem is once that occurs, there will need to be a way of regulating it's speed as it's speed will continue to increase until it self destructs itself.

alexvegas - January 15, 2008 07:27 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (alive and still talking @ Jan 15 2008, 04:34 PM)
it is ligitimate, the first showing of this concept was by it's developer, an elderly scientist who appeared with a smaller all brass model on the tonite show with johnny carson in the mid 80's. he quickly dissappeared and was not heard from again, I assumed that the military picked him up to steal his invention

Or maybe he just went mad?

http://www.josephnewman.com/

jfk - January 19, 2008 08:15 PM (GMT)

alive and still talking - January 19, 2008 08:29 PM (GMT)
that's right, perpetual motion is the basic law, when the design is perfect, any force acting on it causes it the turbine to speed up.

I wish I could contact friends of JOHNNY CARSON to send us a clip of that visit from the original inventor, he deserves the credit, his design was most perfect,

no doubt, the military has used his design for decades now, without sharing it with the public, all those years dumping money into the gasoline tank for no reason <_<

Sureshot - January 19, 2008 08:57 PM (GMT)
I thought perpetual motion was not possible to acheive with current technology.

jfk - January 19, 2008 09:45 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Sureshot @ Jan 19 2008, 04:57 PM)
I thought perpetual motion was not possible to acheive with current technology.

Johann Bessler would be interested in hearing that. :P

But seriously, Tesla was on the right track via "Harmonic Resonance"... IMO.

It is too bad all his papers were confiscated upon his death.




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