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I think I have figured out a way to obtain perpetual motion using double cones. I need a software to test my theory. Is there any software out there than can test complex design integrating gravity and friction, some kind of dynamic CAD.I will appreciate any help or advise.
Double cones apparently running up an inclined track is a neat illusion, found in science museums all over the world. The center of gravity of the double cone actually falls. If you put the whole assembly on a horizontal table, the rotor doesn't move.
Is there any software out there than can test complex design integrating gravity and friction, some kind of dynamic CAD.
Even the universe isn't a perpetual motion machine. It will eventually run out of usable energy. So what makes you think you can defy that?
Its not defying the laws of physics but manipulatiing gravity, you don't allow it to have a sweet spot and come to rest. I have achieved perpetual motion using these double cones, I have placed the tracks in a circular pattern. The problem is it cannot provide useful energy, it might push out a few milliwatts, that's free energy.