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Who wants free electricity?

 
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Who wants free electricity?
I do.
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
me too
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same here
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minus 5 stars for no link or info on the subject
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help me build my generator
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
help me build my generator
 Quoting: ^WatchMan^


Did you see the weight generator the other day posted here?

The one that ran the led light.

Think of that on a bigger level attached to a generator that puts out enough volts to run your home.

Instead of one weight just going down once. You need a double weight system with a gearing system in the cable pully. Once one weight goes down while pulling the other weight back up , then the system shifts gears making the weight at the bottom liter , thus its continual motion of up and down.

The generator will turn forever.

With gearing you can make 200 pounds feel like 5 pounds.

The weights will just see saw each other all day long.

You can builds a transformer onto the generator that regulates the electricity to 110 volts etc.
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
Yeah. Jump the switch box.
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
I'm in....

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Re: Who wants free electricity?
How many volts does it take to run your home?
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
help me build my generator
 Quoting: ^WatchMan^


Did you see the weight generator the other day posted here?

The one that ran the led light.

Think of that on a bigger level attached to a generator that puts out enough volts to run your home.

Instead of one weight just going down once. You need a double weight system with a gearing system in the cable pully. Once one weight goes down while pulling the other weight back up , then the system shifts gears making the weight at the bottom liter , thus its continual motion of up and down.

The generator will turn forever.

With gearing you can make 200 pounds feel like 5 pounds.

The weights will just see saw each other all day long.

You can builds a transformer onto the generator that regulates the electricity to 110 volts etc.
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are you saying 'perpetual' motion???
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help me build my generator
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working on one....it takes money to invent things

not much extra to spend these days

Here is one example of free, but not free to build or buy electricity



[link to shop.quantamagnetics.com]


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Re: Who wants free electricity?
help me build my generator
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working on one....it takes money to invent things

not much extra to spend these days

Here is one example of free, but not free to build or buy electricity



[link to shop.quantamagnetics.com]


ROBOTdance
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thats my problem im short on cash
mines not perpetual motion
it will run entirely off its self
once its started no fuel of any kind
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
You can get all the free energy you want but it will cost you some money to get it.
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yea but once its paid for it will be free power from then on
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
I give mine away for free.
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help me build my generator
 Quoting: ^WatchMan^


Did you see the weight generator the other day posted here?

The one that ran the led light.

Think of that on a bigger level attached to a generator that puts out enough volts to run your home.

Instead of one weight just going down once. You need a double weight system with a gearing system in the cable pully. Once one weight goes down while pulling the other weight back up , then the system shifts gears making the weight at the bottom liter , thus its continual motion of up and down.

The generator will turn forever.

With gearing you can make 200 pounds feel like 5 pounds.

The weights will just see saw each other all day long.

You can builds a transformer onto the generator that regulates the electricity to 110 volts etc.
 Quoting: ChickenLittleMessiah


are you saying 'perpetual' motion???
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


I guess
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
You can get all the free energy you want but it will cost you some money to get it.
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yea but once its paid for it will be free power from then on
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Like a photovoltaic solar panel?
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
help me build my generator
 Quoting: ^WatchMan^


Did you see the weight generator the other day posted here?

The one that ran the led light.

Think of that on a bigger level attached to a generator that puts out enough volts to run your home.

Instead of one weight just going down once. You need a double weight system with a gearing system in the cable pully. Once one weight goes down while pulling the other weight back up , then the system shifts gears making the weight at the bottom liter , thus its continual motion of up and down.

The generator will turn forever.

With gearing you can make 200 pounds feel like 5 pounds.

The weights will just see saw each other all day long.

You can builds a transformer onto the generator that regulates the electricity to 110 volts etc.
 Quoting: ChickenLittleMessiah


i saw that one and many,many more
but none of them will run the way i want them to
within a couple of months i should have a prototype
built.....I HOPE
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12/28/2012 10:17 PM
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
well the one im talking about i can build with an
old craftsman generator.

old scrap metal.

old weight set.

welding machine.

And a few ten speed bike sprockets and chains.

couple of cables , and pulleys.

rockon
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
All you need is a 1000' loop antenna.

"But there's more to Art's antenna than just amazing reception, there's also a powerful, even dangerous anomaly at work. Soon after the antenna went up, Art put his hand to it and, well, as he put it, "I had the crap shocked out of me. . . several times." Somehow that enormous antenna, free from any connections to a power source, was generating 350 volts. "There's no wind," Art says, "and it's not static generated.""

[link to www.ccrane.com]
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
what about just getting 7 altenators spinning at the same time. That adds up to almost 110 DC. You could just switch to DC lighting. Strip a car out. One alternator runs the radio, lights, heater blowerbox, and all the other stuff in a running car. Don't go AC, go DC. Might be cheaper than you think.
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maybe we should all get together and work on these things
ill start a forum where we can discuss them
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
what about just getting 7 altenators spinning at the same time. That adds up to almost 110 DC. You could just switch to DC lighting. Strip a car out. One alternator runs the radio, lights, heater blowerbox, and all the other stuff in a running car. Don't go AC, go DC. Might be cheaper than you think.
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spock scratching scheming
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
put a windmill up your ass and blow farts
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
help me build my generator
 Quoting: ^WatchMan^


Did you see the weight generator the other day posted here?

The one that ran the led light.

Think of that on a bigger level attached to a generator that puts out enough volts to run your home.

Instead of one weight just going down once. You need a double weight system with a gearing system in the cable pully. Once one weight goes down while pulling the other weight back up , then the system shifts gears making the weight at the bottom liter , thus its continual motion of up and down.

The generator will turn forever.

With gearing you can make 200 pounds feel like 5 pounds.

The weights will just see saw each other all day long.

You can builds a transformer onto the generator that regulates the electricity to 110 volts etc.
 Quoting: ChickenLittleMessiah


You're such a simpleton. Your idea is akin to plugging an electric motor into a generator that is being driven by the electric motor.

Conservation of energy. Read up on it.
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what about just getting 7 altenators spinning at the same time. That adds up to almost 110 DC. You could just switch to DC lighting. Strip a car out. One alternator runs the radio, lights, heater blowerbox, and all the other stuff in a running car. Don't go AC, go DC. Might be cheaper than you think.
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sounds good
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
what about just getting 7 altenators spinning at the same time. That adds up to almost 110 DC. You could just switch to DC lighting. Strip a car out. One alternator runs the radio, lights, heater blowerbox, and all the other stuff in a running car. Don't go AC, go DC. Might be cheaper than you think.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30240153


Alternators are AC. Ya know, they 'alternate'. You can't series AC current.

The lack of basic electric knowledge in here is amusing.
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Free energy was invented and was to be pattened a couple of years back by an Austrailan. Why is it not on the market for the common folk? The corporate government buried his invention.
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help me build my generator
 Quoting: ^WatchMan^


Did you see the weight generator the other day posted here?

The one that ran the led light.

Think of that on a bigger level attached to a generator that puts out enough volts to run your home.

Instead of one weight just going down once. You need a double weight system with a gearing system in the cable pully. Once one weight goes down while pulling the other weight back up , then the system shifts gears making the weight at the bottom liter , thus its continual motion of up and down.

The generator will turn forever.

With gearing you can make 200 pounds feel like 5 pounds.

The weights will just see saw each other all day long.

You can builds a transformer onto the generator that regulates the electricity to 110 volts etc.
 Quoting: ChickenLittleMessiah


You're such a simpleton. Your idea is akin to plugging an electric motor into a generator that is being driven by the electric motor.

Conservation of energy. Read up on it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23755869


what?

I wont be plugging in anything. Electricity from generators having nothing to do with the motor turning the generator turbine.

In electricity generation, an electric generator is a device that converts mechanical energy to electrical energy

The mechanical energy im talking about will be a weight and pulley perpetual motion system.

But oh well it don't matter.

200 pounds of weight pulling down , and the same 200 feeling more like 5 pounds being pulled back up by the second 200 pounds. All the while turning the generator producing electricity.Its all In the gearing mechanics.

Yes its simple enough to build at home. It also could be done on a scale to put light companies out of business if the laws allowed people to unhook.

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help me build my generator
 Quoting: ^WatchMan^


Did you see the weight generator the other day posted here?

The one that ran the led light.

Think of that on a bigger level attached to a generator that puts out enough volts to run your home.

Instead of one weight just going down once. You need a double weight system with a gearing system in the cable pully. Once one weight goes down while pulling the other weight back up , then the system shifts gears making the weight at the bottom liter , thus its continual motion of up and down.

The generator will turn forever.

With gearing you can make 200 pounds feel like 5 pounds.

The weights will just see saw each other all day long.

You can builds a transformer onto the generator that regulates the electricity to 110 volts etc.
 Quoting: ChickenLittleMessiah


You're such a simpleton. Your idea is akin to plugging an electric motor into a generator that is being driven by the electric motor.

Conservation of energy. Read up on it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23755869


what?

I wont be plugging in anything. Electricity from generators having nothing to do with the motor turning the generator turbine.

In electricity generation, an electric generator is a device that converts mechanical energy to electrical energy

The mechanical energy im talking about will be a weight and pulley perpetual motion system.

But oh well it don't matter.
 Quoting: ChickenLittleMessiah



Lol.... and how do you plan to overcome the inefficiencies in the system? Mainly, friction.
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Re: Who wants free electricity?
i dont

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