posted on Jan, 19 2010 @ 01:04 PM
You're thinking creatively, there's value in that!
Unfortunately, your idea is mostly unworkable. Fortunately, I won't subject you to a refutation of every element of your idea.
Your idea of using a fulcrum does not mitigate the work (and, thereby, energy) requirement, it just alters its components.
The equation for work is FxD, where F is force (measured in newtons) and d is distance (measured in meters). Your technology shortens the
distance that the work must be performed, but it also increases the amount of force required by the same factor. Thus, your idea changes how the work
is performed, but the energy cost (the only real cost) is unchanged.
Add in the substantial mass of a trans-atlantic fulcrum and you'll require even more energy.
Good try though. If you're interested in engineering you should consider reading a physics book. I don't recommend the more popular books from
Stephen Hawking and the like; rather it would be most beneficial for you to learn the basics of physics and see where your interests go.