reply to post by Justoneman
That MTSU design sound pretty ingenius. Not trying to be lazy, but since you are already aware of it, can you find the patent or research for it?
I'd be very interested to see if it is something we can implement in a home or a vehicle. If the patent is 20 years old, then we can probably use
the same design for our own purposes.
Please shoot a link to the research or the patent or the design.
What you say makes sense. There is also research at Cal Tech for "anti-gravity" that has been successful, and the secret to it is expanding the
"closed system" to include the whole universe. By expanding the "system" they can create anti-gravity without violating any laws of physics.
They have been able to use a pulse type system to raise silicon wafers (without the super-cooling, magnetics, or electrostatic tricks). They can then
use the same method that raises the wafer to put torque on a spinning mass and magnify the effect. The research is very cutting edge, but if taken to
the extreme it would result in movement similar to what we think of in UFO stories.
There are things out there that seem to defy science, but they have plausible explanations. If MTSU was able to create a very efficient system, and
then expand that system to include solar power, they could possibly make up the energy loss and have a perpetual motion machine. It wouldn't really
be perpetual motion, because it would continuously be receiving energy from the sun, but for all intents and purposes it would function as a perpetual
They Suppose they use Hybrid Technology, space-age, strong, light materials, the latest in anti-friction techniques, regenerative braking, inertial
banks (either physical, magnetic, or air-powered), and they get the vehicle to run 60% efficient (40% energy loss to waste), but then they can make up
that 40% loss with solar power, then it seems plausible they could get a vehicle that would only need recharged or refilled with air or fuel once
every couple of months! That would be a HUGE development, and it seems all the science exists to make it a reality.
Go find the research, and let's get to work building a prototype!