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Even if your wheel is well designed and built, I reckon it at most could produce 5 watts of perpetual power; a couples of thermodynamic drinking birds could do better than that.
Fanfare and flashing lights as B C admits to a mistake.
“It is important to realize that in physics today, we have no knowledge what energy is.” - Richard Feynman
“Anyway, this was breached in proven scientific experiments, have you not heard of Bose-Einstein condensate and Dr. Hau's stop light experiment?”
The first aeroplane could barely ferry a person across a football pitch, but it was a starting point.
I would like to clarify that the wheel shown in the pictures is not the final wheel design I have, but an experimental prototype to demonstrate the principles used in achieving PM. For the wheel to work, it has to have more than eight beams. For novelty reasons, I will not post the final design which also has an added feature to improve its power for practical motion.it is therefore not correct for B C to say that it stops. The mathematical analysis proves that there would be continuous motion.