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#### G-1 Theory

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##### Gravity as a Source of Energy?
« Reply #25 on: 20/07/2007 18:29:10 »
This is ameans of gravity giving us usable energy.

As for as the tidal energy, I would have to say that it comes from the two

gravitational fields pulling on the seas, as the moon goes by it pulls a bulge in the

sea and when it passes the earth's gravity pulls it back. It is a real tug-of-war that

creats energy.

Ed

#### Barnacle

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##### Gravity as a Source of Energy?
« Reply #26 on: 21/07/2007 00:08:26 »
In New Scientist 7 July 07 "Robots of ancient Greece".' A Greek engineer called Hero built a 3 wheeled machine to entertain audiences in Alexandria'. A vertical tube is set on a 3 wheeled platform. A weight,attached to a 2 cords descends in this tube. Its descent is slowed by wheat grains.
The cords extend down to be wound around the axles of the front 2 wheels. With pins and loops carefully placed on the axles the device could be programmed to move in certain ways. The earliest example of programming?

#### usamasalah

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##### Gravity as a Source of Energy?
« Reply #27 on: 10/08/2007 22:06:13 »
i have a  gravity turbine and motor that use all the pwoer of the its mass - 5% for rotating , and the new theory convert any kind of potantiol energy like gravity to kinetic energy using all its pwoer.if you use 1 ton of mass at noe side of a wheel without any other mass at the other sid wheel you will generat energy = 950 kg of that ton . you can use any amount of mass at any kind maybe sand it depends on your design and you can calculate the amount of energy and power you can get with this free wheel  .
( it's selfrotating no fuel no external power as u know)
i sow a lot of this gravity  motor and gravity wheel at many sites but non of them  use my  complete theory  and some of them were close to catch it and i don't know why they didn't.
so, because i'm not specialist and don't think that i'm genius more than our scientists, and the theory is very simple , i'm sure that there are many them know this facts and this freepwoer and free-energy , but don't know why they keep silance all this time maybe  becuase it will effects the energy industry or the source of political power or something like that , i don't know the true reasons ,but what i'm sure of that i have the gravity turbine and just a time to become for all uses and nations. so every one can hold  its own free- generator and energy and its free-land and whatever need energy ,
i hope that.
my gravity turbine not like anyone af what i found at those sites and patents
sure it's more powerful  , simple and economic .

gravity.electricport.com/
http://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=5637

sorry for my bad english

thank u for time

« Last Edit: 10/08/2007 22:55:02 by usamasalah »

#### ukmicky

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##### Gravity as a Source of Energy?
« Reply #28 on: 10/08/2007 23:12:09 »
So i take it you have built your fully working version have you.

So many websites for something which cant work.

#### syhprum

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##### Gravity as a Source of Energy?
« Reply #29 on: 11/08/2007 14:37:27 »
When I was eight I had a vehicle powered by gravity, when you sat on it the elevated seat was drawn down by your weight pulling on a rope that turned the rearwheels.
after you had moved about 10 meters you had to get off to allow it to reset.
« Last Edit: 12/08/2007 08:59:59 by syhprum »

#### that mad man

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##### Gravity as a Source of Energy?
« Reply #30 on: 11/08/2007 18:20:26 »
usamasalah.

If it works then can you provide a working example or supply accurate details or plans?

Its a pity as no one seems to be able to show any working examples or supply the proper diagrams for one to be built.

As it  says on one of the above sites that they are "only claims, which have not been validated in our day" Which probably explains a lot.

Bee

#### usamasalah

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« Reply #31 on: 13/08/2007 00:55:39 »
sure i will do that , just it take some time
« Last Edit: 13/08/2007 01:22:51 by usamasalah »

#### ukmicky

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##### Gravity as a Source of Energy?
« Reply #32 on: 13/08/2007 01:03:14 »
It wont work

#### usamasalah

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« Reply #33 on: 13/08/2007 01:17:14 »
but mine is work

#### ukmicky

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##### Gravity as a Source of Energy?
« Reply #34 on: 13/08/2007 03:13:43 »
If that were the case you would become a trillionaire.

#### lyner

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##### Gravity as a Source of Energy?
« Reply #35 on: 27/08/2007 00:19:31 »
All the simple orbital  calculations assume point masses / spherical, uniform objects.. As soon as the objects become 'real', the simple formulae for gravitational potential fall down and you can transfer energy into or out of the energy of the orbit. Natural processes take it out and the orbit will decay.
You have to put energy INTO a satellite, to make it go into a higher orbit and, on re-entry, a spacecraft loses a lot of orbital energy (transferred into heat).
I don't think there is a reason for the Moon to get further away if it's only the Earth and Moon involved. There could be an effect from other planets or the Sun but could it be a great as tidal energy loss?
« Last Edit: 27/08/2007 23:47:15 by sophiecentaur »

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« Reply #35 on: 27/08/2007 00:19:31 »