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This CD contains a wealth of information for the experimenter and inventor who doesn't buy into the claim that perpetual motion is impossible. History is replete with stories of such devices and yet, none have survived or made it to the market. Most mainstreamers have the erroneous conception that alternative science fans, experimenters and researchers are looking to 'create' something from nothing in order to provide power necessary to run their perpetual motion machines or free energy devices. The majority of people I know and communicate with are seeking one thing, a working free energy or gravity control device. Something we all can see, test, build (or buy) and use to make all of our lives easier. It gets ever more tedious having to explain and correct people who write or call in, calling me and others who think along similar lines flakes, fools, idiots or other choice insults. They haven't bothered to study the very subjects they are ranting against, they haven't bothered to ask questions, follow any discussions or read any documents relating to the subject. Yet they have no problem writing rude or insulting letters, full of ad hominem attacks, believing themselves to be the possessor of all that is right and true. The standard erroneous statement made by orthodox science goes as far back as Newton where Sir Isaac Newton once observed:
"The seekers after perpetual motion are trying to get something from nothing." To my view and in my communications with many others over the decades of seeking, nothing could be further from the truth. No one that I have ever communicated with has ever suggested that energy was being created. Instead, many of us believe it is possible to extract energy from the repulsion/attraction of magnetism, from gravity and from the omnipresent aether/zpe. But let us not limit our seeking to just 3 sources, but expand it to include ANY ENERGY OR FORCE GRADIENT, knowing that the polarities, when placed in the proper arrangement, MUST RECOMBINE to RESTORE the natural condition of equilibrium. As the polarities move to recombine, we intend to guide them through the wheelwork of our machinery to do practical work. It also might be possible to tap into the force which causes the equilibrium disruption in the first place since there is an expansion and a collapse cycle to any equilibrium disturbance. If the energy is already separated from the natural state of equilibrium, then most of our work is DONE. Why? Because it is the natural RECOMBINING of these polarities back to a state of equilibrium that will provide the 'work' we can use to carry out practical applications. In the case of gravity or magnetism, they already have a natural gradient which is immensely available for tapping under the right configuration. Now for the crux of all this verbiage, the contention that free energy enthusiasts claim to create something from nothing. That is an error. We are trying to CONVERT gravity and other ambient forces into mechanical and/or electrical energy that can do work. Its not such a brain stretcher. In fact, WE DEPEND ON CONVERSION from one form of energy to another in our everyday lives, for some examples, we;1) convert the motion of a magnetic field past a copper coil into electrical currentNone of these produce 'something from nothing', it is the CONVERSION of something to something ELSE. From one form of energy to another form of energy. Is it so hard to comprehend the CONVERSION of gravity, magnetism or other gradients into other useful mechanical forces???
2) convert wind energy to electrical energy or mechanical force
3) convert water energy to electrical energy or mechanical force
4) convert geothermal energy to electrical energy or mechanical force
5) convert gasoline and other combustibles to explosive force or to heat or to light
6) nature converts sunlight and heat into life itself with the right mix of nutrients
7) convert light into electricity
The overbalancing principle used by Bessler and others is the key to the whole thing. It is important to bear in mind that with an influx of energy from space such as gravity, there must be a gradient as it increases with proximity to the earth. Where there is a gradient there is a difference of potential. When there is a difference of potential, you have the natural flow of the two potentials trying to rejoin to re-establish equilibrium. In this case it is the attraction of gravity towards the earth. It is the force exerted by nature in 'her' attempt at regaining equilibrium that we must learn to tap. Since there is a natural overbalance due to the gradient,...if we can lower the resistance of the recovery side of the circuit or design ...to a level less than the additional energy imparted from the pressurized side of the gradient, ...then we achieve first unity, then overunity. Sample quotes from Perpetual Motion "Everyone who has to any extent, by environment, associated with the mass of people who are not technically educated, knows that the persons who are still interested in the subject of Perpetual Motion, and who still seek its attainment, are not technically trained engineers or mathematicians, but for the greater part untrained people of naturally strong mechanical sense, and of natural mechanical and mathematical adaptation."
"Perpetual Motion as used in this book means what it is usually understood to mean - Self-Motive Power - a machine that furnishes the power to keep its parts going as a machine."
"The Perpetual Motion worker is usually a person of active intelligence, and being enamoured of mechanical projects is likely to read extensively along mechanical lines, and knows as every well-informed person knows, that there are many instances in the history of the discovery and development of the most important mechanical inventions and scientific discoveries where the persistent efforts of so-called enthusiastic dreamers and cranks finally triumphed over the settled and conventional "impossibilities" of dignified scientists."
"...a general truth that scientific progress has been made in spite of, and in the face of discouragement and ridicule from the multitudes who were destined to be benefited by the discoveries made by the persistent so-called cranks."
"Many doubtless have followed mechanical projects to which they were introduced by labors toward Perpetual Motion, to the making of useful and valuable inventions and discoveries."
"It is almost impossible to conceive of a person of any intelligence from the failure of a pompously heralded device, when a simple test would have saved the exposure, and yet the civilized world has been filled with Perpetual Motion devices proclaimed and heralded with trumpet blast, which, when tested, "didn't work.""
"It is with a mingled feeling of sorrow and exaltation that we note the Perpetual Motion labors of the great Leonardo da Vinci. Of all the men who ever gave the subject more than a passing notice he is the most famous." "The information concerning Leonardo da Vinci's devices for obtaining Perpetual Motion is extremely meager. There does not seem to be extant any detailed explanation of just how he expected his different designs to work." "Fig. 6 appears to be two designs in one sketch. On one side we have long single levers, with a single weight at their ends, and a weight between each at the periphery; on the other end, double or forked levers and double weights. It's mixed character renderst it probable that it was merely some preliminary sketch..."
"A projector thought that the vessel of his contrivance, represented here, was to solve the renowned problem of perpetual motion. It was goblet-shaped, lessening gradually towards the bottom until it became a tube, bent upwards at 'c', and pointing with an open extremity into the goble again. He reasoned thus: A pint of water in the goblet 'a' must more than counterbalance an ounce which the tube 'b' will contain, and must therefore be constantly pushing the ounce forward into the vessel again at 'a', and keeping up a stream or circulation, which will cease only when the water dries up. He was confounded when a trial showed him the same level in 'a' and in 'b'."
"...a wheel of light construction, moving on friction wheels in vacuo; the rim is furnished with slips of steel - pieces of watchspring will do. N N are two magnets, which attracting the rim of the wheel, will render one side lighter and the other heavier, causing it to revolve ad infinitum; or to render it more powerful, let the steel rims be magnetized and fixed on the wheel with their north poles towards its center. Let two more magnets be added, as shown by the dotted lines; let these two, S S, be placed with their south poles nearest the rim of the wheel; and the other two, N N, with their north poles in that position. Now, as similar poles repel and opposite poles attract, the wheel will be driven round by attraction and repulsion acting conjointly on four points of its circumference. B B are blocks of wood to keep off the attraction of the magnets from that part of the wheel which has passed them."
"Sir David Brewster writes from Edinburgh: I am almost afraid to inform you that at this moment in Edinburgh may be seen a machine, made by a shoemaker at Linlithgow, which realizes the perpetual motion. (Diagram A) - This effect is produced by two magnets A and B, acting alternately upon a needle m n, of which the point of attachment n corresponds exactly with the axis around which turns the moveable lever C D. When the needle m n has been attracted into the position m' n by the action of the magnet B, and C D is in consequence found in C' D, a substance connected with m n is interposed by mechanism between m'n and B.
This substance has the property of intercepting, or rather of modifying the action of the magnet B, and this permits the other magnet A to draw the needle into the position m" n; but no sooner has it reached this point than a second plate or layer of the same substance places itself before magnet, and immediately B attracts anew the needle. The annexed figure (Diagram B) exhibits a second form of the machine. A and B are two horse-shoe magnets, a and b the mysterious substance, and m n the needle, which turns constantly with great rapidity. Mr. Playfair and Captain Kater have inspected both of these machines, and are satisfied that they resolve the problem of perpetual motion."
"Those who condemn the notion (of the possibility of Perpetual Motion) altogether seem to have taken but a very confined view of the subject. What they say about mere matter is right enough; but they seem to forget that there are other active agents in nature which possess wonderful powers, that have nothing to do with either bulk, weight, or form. Such are electricity, magnetic attraction, capillary attraction, and the irregular pressure of the atmosphere. The powers of electricity are great, and indeed, it seems to be the primum mobile that gives life and motion to the animated part of the creation. Dr. Franklin shows us how to give a circular coated plate, revolving on an axle, sufficient power to roast a chicken, merely by once charging it. Could not a plate of this kind be made to turn a small electrical apparatus, so situated as to keep the charge in the plate always at its maxium? The whole might be kept dry by having it enclosed in a glass case."
"The Marquis of Worcester, who will ever be remembered as the inventor of the steam engine, has described a perpetual motion in the fifty-sixth number of his "Century of Inventions," published in the year 1655, and since reprinted in 1767 by the Foulis's at Glasgow. His words were as follows: To provide and make, that all the weights of the descending side of a wheel shall be perpetually further from the center than those of the mounting side, and yet equal in number and heft to the one side as the other. A most incredible thing if not seen, but tried before the late King in the Tower by my directions, two extraordinary ambassadors, accompanying his Majesty, and the Duke of Richmond and Duke Hamilton, with most of the Court attending him. The wheel was fourteen feet over, and forty weights of fifty pounds apiece. Sir William Balfour, then Lieutenant of the Tower, can justify it with several others. They all saw that no sooner these great weights passed the diameter line of the lower side, but they hung a foot further from the center; nor no sooner passed the diameter line of the upper side, but they hung a foot nearer. Be pleased to judge the consequence."
Sample quotes from Sourcebook of Mechanical Movements "The movements which this book contains have been already illustrated and described in occasional installments scattered through five volumes of the 'American Artisan', by the readers of which their publication was received with so much favor as was believed to warrant the expense of their reproduction with some revision in a separate volume."
Sample quotes from the Peregrinus Magnetic PMM "...St. Augustine (354-430), in his work 'De Civitate Dei', records the fact that a lodestone, held under a silver plate, draws after it a scrap of iron lying on the plate."
"In the course of his work over the new motor, Peregrinus was gradually led to consider the more fascinating problem of perpetual motion itself with the result that he showed, at least diagrammatically, and to his own evident satisfaction, how a wheel might be driven round forever by the power of magnetic attraction."
"This memorable letter is divided into two parts: the first contains ten chapters on the general properties of the lodestone; the second has but three chapters, and shows how the author proposed to use a lodestone for the purpose of producing continuous rotation."
"In this chapter I will make known to you the construction of a wheel which in a remarkable manner moves continuously. ...In order that the wheel may do its work speedily, place within the box a small rounded weight made of brass or silver of such a size that it may be caught between each pair of teeth; consequently as the movement of the wheel is continuous in one direction, so the fall of the weight will be continuous in the other. Being caught between the teeth of a wheel which is continuously revolving, it seeks the centre of the earth in virtue of its own weight, thereby aiding the motion of the teeth and preventing them from coming to rest in a direct line with the lodestone. Let the places between the teeth be suitably hollowed out so that they may easily catch the body in its fall, as shown in the diagram."
This Perpetual Motion eBook will give you many samples of devices and some claimed to have actually worked. It will spark your imagination once you realize the incredible modern materials which have yet to be applied to perpetual motion designs. Teflon, sorbothane (used to make super balls), superslick lubricants, magnetic shielding materials and electronic methods to block magnetic fields, etc., all can be applied in modern perpetual motion designs. In addition, you will receive a free, bonus eBook showing several hundreds of mechanical devices and mechanisms which might be useful in your designs. If that's not enough, also included is a 2nd free, bonus eBook with a magnetic motor design claimed to have run if built as described. I'm hoping to see a working perpetual motion device, followed rapidly by an overunity device in my lifetime, but time is running out. So here are seeds to inflame the imagination of anyone who can think outside the box. If you know an inventor, experimenter or bright student who likes to study interesting things, this would be a great gift. Who knows, he or she might be 'the one' who produces the first working, REPRODUCIBLE perpetual motion machine. Good luck! Disclaimer and Legal ReleaseThis is an informational and entertainment text. The author and the publisher are not responsible for the way the reader chooses to use this information. The information provided in this eBook is supplied strictly as an educational reference only. Construction of any project described is at the persons own risk, no liability or responsibility will be taken by this web site, its owner or employees for any damage or injury caused through the construction and or use of any of the projects provided. Any information, experiments or projects described herein are understood by the purchaser, to be allegorical and offered solely for study and not to be put into practical use. Purchaser will not be retroactively informed of corrections or updated information and no refunds will be given based upon same. This eBook is sold "as is" and all sales are final. Visit Vanguard Sciences online for other interesting products
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