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Please excuse me as i am trying to simplify this as best as possible without having to draw a picture 😃

I questioned earlier about perpetual motion and it led me to idea no2.

You have two cylinders.

One filled with water and one in a vacuum.

You have a container that is denser than air but still buoyant.

The container passes through the water filled cylinder pulling a cable that turns a generator.

Once it reaches the top it passes into the cylinder with the vacuum and falls to the bottom still pulling the cable.

Would this create a positive energy output?

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6 minutes ago, HAMKiiNG said:

Please excuse me as i am trying to simplify this as best as possible without having to draw a picture 😃

I questioned earlier about perpetual motion and it led me to idea no2.

You have two cylinders.

One filled with water and one in a vacuum.

You have a container that is denser than air but still buoyant.

The container passes through the water filled cylinder pulling a cable that turns a generator.

Once it reaches the top it passes into the cylinder with the vacuum and falls to the bottom still pulling the cable.

Would this create a positive energy output?

No, do some more research!!!

Then stop trying...

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3 hours ago, HAMKiiNG said:

Please excuse me as i am trying to simplify this as best as possible without having to draw a picture 😃

I questioned earlier about perpetual motion and it led me to idea no2.

You have two cylinders.

One filled with water and one in a vacuum.

You have a container that is denser than air but still buoyant.

The container passes through the water filled cylinder pulling a cable that turns a generator.

Once it reaches the top it passes into the cylinder with the vacuum and falls to the bottom still pulling the cable.

Would this create a positive energy output?

 

It would just end up floating on top of the water.

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