posted on May, 17 2013 @ 02:17 PM
This thread is most stimulating - I'm starting to be really eager to wire up my design and try to (respectfully) prove our point (mine and the OP and
the others). I'd like to at least give it a try, if you guys know what I mean.
Meanwhile, consider this. Let's say you have a spring. This spring's push is multiplicated by the presence of quite a few gears, just like in those
old mechanical clocks. But instead of making a needle turn on a face, this clockwork makes a copper coil spin at high speed inside a strong magnetic
field provided by permanent magnets. The spinning creates the variation in the field inside the wires. Electrons flow, and you get a few volts, with
no effort. This would seems like free energy, but it's not ''free'' in the sense that it'll last forever. At one point the spring will reach its
initial shape, and the gears will stop turning, causing the gen to stop producing. And the permanent magnet, if it's kept in a temperature above 0
degrees K, will slowly but surely lose their magnetic properties.
Still, the bright side is, it provided electrical output... without any electrical input. A lesson must be learned from that.
I think it's very possible to create an electrical version of this clockwork, which doesn't need someone to reset the spring - instead, part of the
electrical output would do this for us, and the whole thing would seemingly provide ''free'' output (because we didn't have to do it ourselves).
A kind of electrical equivalent to a spring, but which needs only but a tiny fraction of the accumulated energy to reset (this is possible only after
reducing all energy dissipation, for instance by creating magnetic fields instead of springs, just like in a motor). And this is the general direction
of my designs. Only a few things are in the way - for instance, I'm still wondering where to put the diodes to prevent the capacitor from
misbehaving, and how to divert the excess not back to the loop but to a power plug, but at the same time make sure that the loop's energy level stays
constant, and with minimum resistance.