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    I need some answers been working on a way to control magnatic fields in ways to where it can push a (-) in a foward motion on a negative track in a circle motion.I increased the gravity fields to intensify the push along the track.My question is without friction can speeds increase with increase magnitics


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    Was that supposed to make any sense? If so, it didn't.


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    Ph.D Go back to school
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    Maybe you could try short simple sentences explaining what you want to know. One long ungrammatical string of words doesn't really do it.
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    Ok simple Magnatic push (-) on a track that is a circle (like japan eletromagnatic train concept)(-) track ...Question:Can zero gravity affect magnatic variables as in (fields disstortion and fluxes)..Simple term will it increase with greater magnatics or not?
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    If u dont know then dont answer to this dont answer back
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    I am trying to be helpful. No one will be able to answer your first post because it is not clear what you want to know. Could you please restate your question in a simpler form.
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    I cant go into detail of my invention so thats all I can say. Thanks for all the help..lmao ;}
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    FAIL FAIL FAIL.

    If you can not express yourself in a coherent manner, no one can respond to whatever the hell it is you are talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan View Post
    I need some answers
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    [I have] been working on a way to control magnetic fields in ways to where it can push a (-)
    Can you explain what you mean by "(-)"? Do you mean a negative charge? Or something else?

    in a forward motion on a positive track in a circle motion
    Can you explain what you mean by "positive track"? Do you mean positive charge? Or something else?

    I increased the gravity fields to intensify the push along the track.
    How are controlling "gravity fields"? There is no known way to do this.

    My question is: without friction, can speeds increase with increase in magnetic [force]
    I assume by "maginitics" you mean "magnetic force" or something similar?
    Probably. If you increase the force, then you will increase the rate of acceleration: a = f / m.
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    1:yes negative charged 2:negative track posted it wrong 3:Its controlled in itself
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    You can control magnetics with only magnetics.We can flux the fields but thats all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan View Post
    I need some answers been working on a way to controlle magnatic fields in ways to where it can push a (-) in a foward motion on a negative track in a circle motion.I increased the gravity fields to intensify the push along the track.My question is without friction can speeds increase with increase magnitics
    Where you have a gravity field and mass, any attempt to create a perpetual spinning device will result in a fail, simply because the mass is suspended in a gravity field already, no matter how the mass moves or spins in that gravity field. Now, the other part of your device appears to aim to use a magnetic field as a type of lubrication to give the spinning wheel a kick, to keep it spinning. You explain your design though in a way that aims to use the gravity to give the magnetic circular track and associated magnet a kick. Either way, same system, same result. Electromagnetism acts independently to mass and gravity. To find a link between electromagnetism and gravity, and no one has done this in the lab, one must understand how the fundamental forces of gravity and electromagnetism are linked with the strong and weak nuclear forces, to prove that there is a link between all the forces, which requires a G.U.T, and to then construct a device or system that shows how each of the forces can require one another's presence in a complete "artificial" system, which appears to be a little beyond the scope of your experiment, funding, and so on.

    I mean, scientists have a hard enough time re-creating big-bang conditions. You really need a working G.U.T.

    btw, what's your budget on this one?
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    Just when you think it can't get any goofier-------IT DOES
    Have fun flexing your magnetics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan View Post
    You can control magnetics with only magnetics.We can flux the fields but thats all.
    But you can't control gravity.
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    Moderator suspects this thread also belongs in New Hypotheses and Ideas. Any objections?
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    I think Fizzlooney has the call. His post was of exceptional character.

    Maybe psuedoscience.
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    Hello,I'm glade to have intel and data on this device.My budgeting for this is way under scale to obtain the data need to have any success with this.Im here for that reason of notoriety,intel,criticism,data.
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    Here's the thing gravitational pull on a object is constant within the range of the gravitation field.Outside the field of gravity mass has no weight (zero gravity).Thus Magnetic fields only intefereance would be vaccum and solar particles dust ,flares rite?Would that cause the actual substance of the field to flux?If not then the electromagnetic field(-) charged would substain its integrity given the projectile a path without friction,but can the speed increase as it goes around or will it not go at all.(projectile also being negative charge).I'm tring to see where mass in outer space cannot be move with magnetics.Info please on this.
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    Through the links provided and my concepts I have relative knowledge that this will infact work.I'm going to research more into the Mechanical aspect of my idea with a solid design.I have a question tho in zero gravity whats in motion will stay in motion till acted upon by an outside influence,so heres the question if a negative charged object passed a negative charged stationary object and stayed a course to where it would pass the stationary object again with the same negative charge would it gain velocity or stay the same velocity?Thanks for any feed back to this question.
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    Bryan, I'm moving this to pseudoscience. I don't think you really understand magnetism or electricity, and your posts are not making sense. There is no such thing as positive or negative magnetic charges. You say
    Here's the thing gravitational pull on a object is constant within the range of the gravitation field.
    This is wrong. There is no edge to the gravitational field. The pull of gravity is not constant but is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between masses.
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    [QUOTE=Harold14370;301144]Bryan, I'm moving this to pseudoscience. I don't think you really understand magnetism or electricity, and your posts are not making sense. There is no such thing as positive or negative magnetic charges. Positive and Negative of a magnet does not exist?lol..ok Ill post my final work with video to show why I dont make sense ^.-
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    Here's the thing gravitational pull on a object is constant within the range of the gravitation field.
    This is wrong. There is no edge to the gravitational field. The pull of gravity is not constant but is inversely proportional to the square of the distance between masses.[/QUOTE] Ok there's gravity in space..I beat the astronaughts would like to know why they are floating every where...this site should not even be reconized as a science forum due to there are no scientist here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan View Post
    Here's the thing gravitational pull on a object is constant within the range of the gravitation field.Outside the field of gravity mass has no weight (zero gravity).Thus Magnetic fields only intefereance would be vaccum and solar particles dust ,flares rite?Would that cause the actual substance of the field to flux?If not then the electromagnetic field(-) charged would substain its integrity given the projectile a path without friction,but can the speed increase as it goes around or will it not go at all.(projectile also being negative charge).I'm tring to see where mass in outer space cannot be move with magnetics.Info please on this.
    The lower gravity and near vacuum in space will have no effect on magnetism; it will help to reduce friction, which might make your system more efficient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan View Post
    Through the links provided and my concepts I have relative knowledge that this will infact work.I'm going to research more into the Mechanical aspect of my idea with a solid design.I have a question tho in zero gravity whats in motion will stay in motion till acted upon by an outside influence
    That is true everywhere, even here on earth. It has nothing to do with gravity. This is Newton's first law of motion: Newton's laws of motion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    so heres the question if a negative charged object passed a negative charged stationary object and stayed a course to where it would pass the stationary object again with the same negative charge would it gain velocity or stay the same velocity?Thanks for any feed back to this question.
    It is complicated. It will divert the course of the particle (due to the repulsion of the two charges) but will not (I don't think) change its overall speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan View Post
    I beat the astronaughts would like to know why they are floating every where
    The gravity is space is very low but not zero. Most of the film you have seen of astronauts is when they are in orbit; i.e. in free fall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan View Post
    Through the links provided and my concepts I have relative knowledge that this will infact work.I'm going to research more into the Mechanical aspect of my idea with a solid design.I have a question tho in zero gravity whats in motion will stay in motion till acted upon by an outside influence,so heres the question if a negative charged object passed a negative charged stationary object and stayed a course to where it would pass the stationary object again with the same negative charge would it gain velocity or stay the same velocity?Thanks for any feed back to this question.
    If you just want to eliminate friction, or reduce it to a negligible value, there is no need to go to outer space. You can just have your rotating system rotate perpendicular to the gravitational pull, and put it in a vacuum or something to reduce friction.

    You are confusing electrical charge with magnetic fields, but you could consider either one. If there is a positive charge on some point of the rotor, and a like charge on the stator, then they will repel. As the charges approach each other, energy is needed to overcome the repulsive force, but once they pass each other, the repulsion aids the rotation. It will not pick up speed through a whole cycle. That would be a violation of the conservation of energy principle.

    The same thing applies for a magnet, where the like poles of the magnet repel and opposite poles attract. You could try this with a permanent magnet generator, the kind that is sometimes used for bicycle generators. They don't keep running by themselves.
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    Thanks! Harold,I'll keep in touch and hopefully i'll have video of my project to post in the future!
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