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#56399 - 10/15/16 12:20 PM Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION )
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Isn't it convenient for science to be able to claim that an
imbalanced wheel will not work for centuries and then when
they can fit it into a scientific project using spores and
gravity and mass the imbalanced wheel all of a sudden will work!

your too late science we already know that an imbalanced wheel
will not work...

you have seared that into our brains.

so where is the electric motor hidden.
its probably driven by a fan setting out of view of the camera.
you cant get a free lunch.
energy cannot be created.
this would violate the laws of thermodynamics.
and my favorite BS response.

you cant reach down and pull yourself up by your bootstraps.

this same exact type of gravity wheel can easily be accomplished
on a much larger scale (power plant size) using hydraulics and
pistons to move the mass in and out from the center of the wheel.

so you haven't discovered anything new , you have only attempted
to repeat what others have not been allowed to accomplish ...
you just did it on a much smaller ( less threatening ) scale.

its still just another gravity wheel.

https://youtu.be/Vj2kuZm-aCA?t=2m39s
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#56401 - 10/16/16 06:04 PM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: paul]
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gravitation = ENERGY ( radiation ,Inverse square law ) = (fuel )

we can use gravitation like a fuel


This link it is not Gravity Wheel
it is very nice termodynamic machine
( very simple, very nice and smart )



to produce HOT and COLD they using energy ( it is not perpetuum)

BUT WE CAN USE NATURE ( hot /cold ) I very intresting this engine

I NEED PREPARE MY OWN MODEL very nice machine !

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#56402 - 10/18/16 12:34 AM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: newton]
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this device does not use any input energy other than
the natural temperature.

and it is a gravity wheel.

the only difference between this device and what some call
a perpetual motion machine is that the spores absorb moisture
and this causes the tiny weights to move further away from the
center of the wheel causing an imbalance of the wheel allowing
gravity to rotate the wheel.

theres no real difference between this device and the exact same
type of device that uses hydraulics (or MAGNETS) to move weights further away from the center of the wheel.


they are both imbalanced gravity wheels.

only this spore device cannot operate in certain temperatures
where the water will not evaporate.






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#56404 - 10/19/16 09:19 AM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: paul]
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please take small single part from this wheel


--elastic--beam----m

m-mass

please go to HOT ROOM + 40
( please hold - block position of this element )
Inside hot room elastic beam exchanging hot to tension


later please go to COLD ROOM +5
(please unblock position of this elemnt )
inside cold room you can use TENSION to get back work !


single arm = TERMODYNAMIC MACHINE ( cylinder )
it works similar to hot cold air inside cylinder

! it is how it works !

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#56405 - 10/19/16 09:23 AM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: paul]
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above it is not gravitation wheel !
it is typical HOT/cold ENGINE !

water (humidity) joust help exchane energy ( more faster process )

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#56406 - 10/19/16 09:27 AM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: paul]
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any way ... it is very very intresting engine !

I NEED / I WILL TEST THIS IN MY HOME

I WANT TO EVALUATE efficiency ???


STIRLING's engine max about 40 - 50 percents
BUT not soo...soo easy to build this engine

THIS WHAT YOU SHOWED is very simple ( more nice to build compare to Stirling )

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stirling_engine

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#56415 - 10/19/16 01:29 PM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: newton]
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ok then if its not a imbalanced gravity wheel then what causes
the rotation of the wheel?

this device cannot be compared to a sterling engine
because its motive force is gravity , place this device
in zero gravity and it will not work , place a sterling
engine in zero gravity and it will work.

both use a temperature differential as its fuel but
only this device uses gravity as its motive force.

ie... the spores absorb moisture and expand moving the
tiny weights but this does not cause the wheel to rotate
gravity (the motive force) causes the wheel to rotate
when the wheel becomes imbalanced due to the weights changing distance from the center of the wheel.

big difference there newton.


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#56419 - 10/20/16 05:18 PM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: paul]
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Originally Posted By: paul
place this device
in zero gravity and it will not work , place a sterling
engine in zero gravity and it will work.


THX you Have RIGHT ( gravity wheel + termodynamica )

very good explanation (NOW i UNDERSTAND MORE )
during zero gravity HOT / cold will change ,mass's position BUT GRAVITATION WILL NOT WORK ( engine from link will not work )

You have right stirling engine is much more universal and more practical

On yTUBE THEY SHOWING VEHICLE ( TO USE THIS ENGINE IN CAR WE CAN HAVE problem DURING MOTION UP/DOWN hill - angle changing engine's torque and POWER ---> POWER = Omega x Torque )


Any way I want to evaluate How many energy we losting to change
mass m position and how much energy we taking from Gravity

THIS ENGINE CAN BE ONLY STATIONARY !

also I want to find proportion HOW BIG WHEEL per 1 kW
haw many kg / 1kW




Edited by newton (10/20/16 05:20 PM)

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#56420 - 10/21/16 12:15 AM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: paul]
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exist RPM speed limit for gravity wheel ?

what is it gravitation ?

WHAT SHOWED US LIGO ??? gravitation it is dynamica or mathematica ?
if ynamica soo ... we have famous WORK = Force x Distance


Exist also other simple problem
SURFACE how big surface has got mass m inside gravitation



Person is able walk
Person is able run

Gravitation = Rain

How many rain will hit body that is moving ?
for Example how big surface has got electron ?




Gravitation = EM radiation ???

how gravitation is pushing each electron?

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#56421 - 10/21/16 12:20 AM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: newton]
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and VERY VERY important question WHAT IS COLOUR ?
How electron interferes RAIN ?



I'm sorry but UP/ DOWN ( hill's problem for gravity wheel ) in universe not exist UP/DOWN


YELOW background in my picture ???
it is not the same YELOW colour but many many dark/darkness and more bright regions in 3D space ( 3D balls fragments )




GRAVIATION = ACCELERATION ??? WOW ???......WOW....??? WHAT A GREAT FLAT IDEA ???



Edited by newton (10/21/16 12:30 AM)

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#56619 - 10/20/19 10:27 PM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: newton]
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exist RPM speed limit for gravity wheel ?

yes , a machine that utilizes the force of gravity does have a
limit to its speed.

ie... if a wheel is being rotated by gravity because the wheel
is overbalanced through some means then the speed at which the
wheel can rotate is bound to both the distance that the
overbalanced portion of the overbalanced wheel travels while
the force of gravity impresses its force onto the overbalanced portion of the overbalanced wheel.

the acceleration of gravity stays the same and it is as if
the overbalanced portion of the object or mass is free falling due to the force of gravity while being forced to travel in a circle around an axis in which the angular distance of the fall about the axis of rotation and the amount of gravitational force regulates the speed or rpm at which the wheel can rotate.

simple basic physics no mirrors or imagination necessary.



Edited by paul (10/20/19 10:30 PM)
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#56620 - 10/20/19 10:38 PM Re: Gravity Wheel ( SCIENCES VERSION ) [Re: newton]
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and VERY VERY important question WHAT IS COLOUR ?

a Color is nothing more than a vibration that our eyes
interpret as being different from the other vibrations that
enter our eyes.

photons that are emitted by different colored objects or sources
have different vibrations or wavelengths and that is why we see different colors.



Edited by paul (10/20/19 10:40 PM)
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