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when I tilt it this balanced seesaw
I'm ready to give up.
I don't think there is a need of proving it more.
The Box,you are considering yourself not less than Einstein but talking like in this way as if it is a very complex design.it is simple design.so I don't think there is a need of proving it more.But I would like to tell you that I don't have resources to build it completely.if you could help me to build it then it will be a welcome step as there is a need of team work.
The Box,you are considering yourself not less than Einstein
So no one can challenge it.
Take it very seriously and make efforts to build it completely as a team work and collaboration.
This is a challenge for everyone.i have consulted with many experts but all are confused.
I have proven what I want to prove(overunity).If a seesaw is balanced then there will be need of almost 0 energy to tilt it at any degree.furthermore I have already mentioned that a pin will work to hold the ball and ball will fall down after getting a certain angle.I will extract energy of falling ball ,using two piston generator mounted on each side of long tube an this energy will work to feed a lever system which will work to tilt it again and again.Ok .tell me input and output.But remember that seesaw is in equilibrium position if you are calculating input .Tell me difference between input and output.I'm ready to give up.