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Old 09-23-2012, 08:03 PM
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Originally Posted by drak View Post

I'm with you on all of those questions. I've studied this and thought about it for 4 days now and I have a guy who will go in half the cost if I decide to replicate this. I'm trying to do the math in my head. Why didn't he use a separate motor to kick the weights out, that way he could get an accurate input/output measurement. He has also been building these things for a while now, why would he keep going bigger if the concept didn't work on a small scale? or did it?

Using a little bit of energy to kick a little weight out to the side by a little bit yet it falls very far. I am trying to work out if size matters in this case. In all logic it shouldn't, right? What are your thoughts on the overall concept Farmhand? You think this device has "potential"? Do you believe in gravity wheels?
Hi Drak, I don't have enough information to have an opinion other than we need more info. Some people would sell their mother for an idea they believe in.

Some theoretical questions I have got.

What is providing the energy to lift the weights ?

Do the weights fall further "vertically" than they are lifted ?

If the weights fall the same amount as they are lifted then where is the gain ?

If there is free energy then why not show it ?

Where is the free energy shown ?

Can anyone explain exactly without doubt how the wheel is powered ?

What is plugged into what, is there a schematic ?

Lots of questions, any answers ?

I try not to form opinions without sufficient information.

Wiring diagram ?

From what I can gather the motor is connected to the grid and the wheel is
supposed to spin the motor faster than the grid power does and so it starts
to generate.

Where is the evidence of this ?

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