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  1. #1 the perpetual motion machine created by conventional science 
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    We call it the alnico permanent magnet, but it is really making electrons circle endlessly and isnt that a perpetual motion machine?
    The way the alnico works is similiar to how ed leddskalnin created his perpetual motion machine from electrical windings and magnets. This man famous for building coral castle in florida usa.
    he would tuen the crank and then the rotor just kept turning and wouldnt stop unless the circuit was broken.
    Ideas like scientific theory are an inertia, and inertia is anti-change and can be anti-progress. The way to end the inertia of ideas is to ask questions and seek the answers to the questions supplied by the "universe". It works. Sometimes the answer comes as a dream -- perhaps then we could say that asking questions and seeking answers in odd places or by swift feelings is really a form of using our minds fully. Einstein saying we use less than ten percent of our mental potential.
    For example a dream is part of ourself -- call it our higher self or God -- that tries to tell us things and answer our formal or informal questions in symbolic form. Our problem is we dont try to unravel what a dream means.
    I think a nightmare is a warning were doing something wrong in our lives, and the worse thing to do is forget about it -- if so.
    Our other problem is we overconcentrate or same thing thing we over-specialize. Specialization becomes a problem when we see things in isolation from the rest of the universe. This is a problem because our thinking becomes irrational when we can find no connection of our specialized area with everyday life or the stars. Its like there is no consistency or no 'unified theory' in our thinking.
    The Generalist overcomes this problem by comparing or attempting to compare everything to everything. Buckminster Fuller was a famous Generalist for example.
    The nest makes it possible to be a Generalist.
    The ability to design as in industrial design or archiotecture is a very useful tool. The designer makes a proposition on paper and then attacks it, critisizes his own work. This is asking questions. When it is clearly seen the design is faulty, then the designer proposes a new design on paper and attacks that. What he's looking for is what is unnecessary -- quite often -- and what is left is then closer to the truth he is looking for: the best of all possible designs.
    As for the alnico, and how it works the answer depends on the square root of 3009.
    I dont get enough computer time, but when I do I will say more. I hope to develop the precision theory of electricity. I may as well start now.
    Electric Theory by precision viewpoint.
    The FMMC meter is the meter upon which digital meters are based. But I found that you could see that the meter in series only reads high because the external wire is thick wrt the coil in the meter's thickness. That meant high "pressure" in the thick wire but slow speed and high speed in the thin wire of the coil then gives a large needle swing. So that the conductance read by the meter is inversely proportional to the conductance in the lead wire.
    c = L/A = velocity of csa / mv (or ma)
    really v(one) minus v(two) )/(v(one) plus v(two) where v is the maximum and minum speed of the current.
    In Parallel the meter conductance is proportional to the conductance in the wire in parallel.
    So in series c = sum of lengths divided by the average csa -- whatever average really is, its just approximate. c in parallel is the average of thelengths divided by the sum of the csa -- approximate.
    Now when batteries are placed in series they develop a high speed through the batteries, and then this spills into a thick wire(relatively, so the battery is like a jet stream of thin wire) so the turbulence in the thick wire is low order and hence low c and hence the meter in series reads high c.
    You could also argue the thick wire has a high pressure but a slow speed.
    When batteries are in parallel then I suppose they jam the external wire and narrow its effective conducting csa -- and you can calculate this wrt the batteries added. So in theory the meter should read as if one battery is across it but if enough are added, say a billion, then the meter would show a significant drop. (or I am completely wrong.)
    Baitch electrical technology
    A stiff long wire with a slide contact on it: 123 left to right.
    So 2 is the side. From one to 2 at the top is a circuit containing a meter and a source S2 to be measured. The 1 to 3 cvircuit at the bottom has a large battery on it.
    You move the slide until the meter reads zero, what does the length of the wire 12 signify?
    The meter actually reads one because conductance is on a 1 to infinity scale. (resistance on a 1 to zero scale.) So a tiny flow is in the wire 1 to 2 and is one electron thick.
    The power in the meter and in the wire is now both equal for they are nest complements. hence mvsquared (meter) = mvsquiared (wire). Where m is Resistance.
    Mass of electron = R = CSA of electron/ length 12.
    hence the length is measuring velocity equal to vone plus vtwo -- kind of like acceleration. So a better battery has greater velocity and its power is proportional to L-squared.
    (How can I just use the mass of the electron as a resistance? Well perhaps there is no resistance anyway and were really looking at one electron's inertia. Thus if the wire is thicker we are looking at a bunch of electrons or perhaps they unite to form a unique partical in the CSA -- I believe the latter is true.

    Now the many turns of a transformer represent high velocity not voltage. hence: high speed in cross-country power lines.
    generally, voltage means high speed and current means a slow speed high mass flow.

    Inductance of a coil. (i could be wrong.)
    Capacitance (not an inertia) of a capacitor = charge = A of plate / distance d between plates. Frequency is the frequency between two speeds of current not a SHM which has inertia high at one.
    A capacitor may discharge slowly as plate bigger, but that means higher speed and thinner jet of electron. And this high speed has a low frequency period as defined: frequency above.
    c = I/V but d above cannot be less than one. freq prop. to power =hf
    If you let area = r(one plus rtwo and d= r(one minus rtwo then you can figure out rone and two.
    The inductor is w long and r1 and smaller r2 wound thick on a core.
    N12 is the number of windings in the thicknerss and nw is the nuber of windings in the length.
    velocity prop to 2pi (r1 + r2) N(w) also prop to r1+ r2
    Now N12 times CSA of wire = r(3) - r(4)

    Inductance = resistance = (r3 - r4)/ ( r1 + r2)
    = N12 CSA / 2Pi (r1 +r2) Nw

    The power prop to "frequency" is (r1 + r2) times (r3 - r4)

    I am seeking supporters for a qualitative basis of science, not quantative. Quality: precision,shape, color, pitch. Quantity: power,size,brightness,volume. A quality can be found as a ratio of quantities. Mass is a quality.
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    Perpetual motion is the normal state of play: see Netwon's First Law.

    Extracting power from something in perpetual motion seems to be impossible. We have nevere witnessed an exception to this. If you know of a true, rather than an apparent exception, you will hailed through millenia as the most significant mind of ten thousand years.

    Einstein never said we use only 10% of our brains. Research has shown that the only people who use only 10% of their brains are the idiots who make this claim.
    Obviously, that's a joke. Now give us a reference to confirm your claim about Einstein, or publicly admit you were completely wrong on this point.

    For example a dream is part of ourself -- call it our higher self or God
    I have a better idea. Why not just call it a dream?

    In relation to the rest of your post: send me your bank account details and may well fund you to take a course in technical writing. Your present effort stinks.

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    Here's some free advice:

    If you truly found a way to tap energy from perpetual motion, you know the number one thing you DON'T do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProcInc
    Here's some free advice:

    If you truly found a way to tap energy from perpetual motion, you know the number one thing you DON'T do?

    He can still patent it if he files within a year...assuming he can convince the patent office that it works, which I'm guessing he can't.
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