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Unbalanced Wheel

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Hello to everyone , i spend 1 year in observing the whole idea an i solved it . my Question is do you think it is worth it to send the blueprints to some university ?

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1. If you think that you have solved it as in you have realised ( or even better produced a full analysis which shows) why it doesn't work then maybe if you are interested in setting up a dialogue you could start talking to an academic.  But it is not a new problem and has been shown not to work in many different ways - so do not expect any real kudos

 

2. If you think you have solved it as in shown why it works then really do not bother.  It DOES NOT work and the vast majority of academic will just spam bin anything which say that you can get energy for nothing.  One or two slightly odd academics do collect false free energy ideas for a giggle - but you do not want to get in their "crackpot's folder"

 

https://youtube.com/R1gDOyQDRxM?t=16s

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Is this another reactionless drive that tries to disprove Newton's laws with Newton's laws?
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You haven't presented what you are trying to do. All we have to go on is "unbalanced wheel", but making a wheel that is not balanced is not very groundbreaking, so I guess there is more to it.

 

If it is what I guessed, yet another reactionless drive, then you do want to disprove Newton's laws of motion. After all, these laws state that reactionless drives are impossible.

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You haven't presented what you are trying to do. All we have to go on is "unbalanced wheel", but making a wheel that is not balanced is not very groundbreaking, so I guess there is more to it.

 

If it is what I guessed, yet another reactionless drive, then you do want to disprove Newton's laws of motion. After all, these laws state that reactionless drives are impossible.

A physics law is true until proven wrong !  i just found the reason why it is not working and i managed to make the machine works . and yes it will not go forever , some of the parts will need a repair 


https://twitter.com/TedoSevenGaming/status/855220867223179265 just take a look 


https://twitter.com/TedoSevenGaming/status/855220867223179265 just take a look  


https://twitter.com/TedoSevenGaming/status/855220867223179265 just take a look

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Do the studying first - once you have learned physics you will know why things like this are impossible.

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A physics law is true until proven wrong !  i just found the reason why it is not working and i managed to make the machine works . and yes it will not go forever , some of the parts will need a repair 


https://twitter.com/TedoSevenGaming/status/855220867223179265 just take a look 


https://twitter.com/TedoSevenGaming/status/855220867223179265 just take a look  


https://twitter.com/TedoSevenGaming/status/855220867223179265 just take a look

Ok, not a reactionless drive but a perpetuum mobile: same category.

 

Like I said, you are trying to disprove Newton's laws with a system based on Newton's laws.

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Start with catching on how friction, gravity, pressure and temperature works. Here's a very easy to understand 5 minute youtube film that will get you going on why there's "no free lunch" :

https://youtu.be/4b8ZsFszE8I

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Start with catching on how friction, gravity, pressure and temperature works. Here's a very easy to understand 5 minute youtube film that will get you going on why there's "no free lunch" :

https://youtu.be/4b8ZsFszE8I

Curiously, even if perpetual motion machines aren't possible, wouldn't building something that spins really fast for a really long time still be enough? Just spin it again when it stops.

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