To all the " scientists" in this thread... this is where science fails us. Here we have at least 3 good models of perpetual motion machines and yet,
like an ostrich sticking it's head in the sand, you guys refuse to see the potential in them and claim, "But these cant be real, They deny the laws of
Physics! or, They cant do any work or they will kill themselves! " as if your disbelieving what your seeing.
I challenge you to look beyond your scientific religious programming and defy the laws of physics. Ha ha.
Don't state why it cannot work based on what has failed in the past - That's not being a good objective scientists. Ask instead How can we overcome
these limitations to make this work like we want it to? Like I said, this .. you, are where science fails us.
I strongly believe a closed loop magnetic engine that feeds back into itself can be built. This engine can be made to do heavy physical work or
produce enough electricity to power common everyday things with no external power source. This engine would have to use a mixture of a simple
perpetual motion machine like the units we see above, and possibly capacitors, other coils that produce electricity through electromagnetic induction,
simple motors, and lastly, electric magnets that are powered ( replenished) by the built device to keep the power through the loop going. I can
almost draw the diagram on paper. My background is in electric components, the large stuff, not micro electronics. I worked with motors, relays,
capacitors, switching systems, transformers and the like. Sure, these parts won't last forever, but they aren't meant to - they are only meant to get
us off the grid.
Since we are using stored energy to boost the next component in line, there does not have to be any over unity or anything that would be Ify or
difficult for the scientists to work with. How sharp are you guys? Can you envision a way to put these parts together ( or multiple of these parts) to
make such an engine? Where you find a limitation in your design, counter it with another properly placed component.
Heck you could do it simply by putting a long shaft on the Free Energy Magnetic Motor above and add magnets and a coil to produce additional
electricity through electromagnetic induction. This would be a great starting point.
edit on 5-9-2012 by JohnPhoenix because: sp