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by dodicat
Jul 22, 2010 1:13
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
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@Dodicat I don't think it will work the south would stay at the north polarity theres nothing to push it away. Hi Albert Once it was turning, it would have a bit of angular momentum to ride past. In this configuration pole to pole attraction is the driving force. If the mu metal does it's job, then...
by dodicat
Jul 22, 2010 0:43
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

Well fellow perpetualists, Kinem obviously excluding himself, Here's my prototype model with the MU-METAL in place, thanks Richard. Can anyone suggest improvements, bar the obvious, more magnets. Perhaps I could have say 30 magnets on the spinning array and 31 on the fixed array, or perhaps a fibona...
by dodicat
Jul 21, 2010 23:31
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

The speed that EM waves penetrate a conductive and magnetic material is less than one metre per second. This may seem counter intuitive at first, but it is due to the back EMF or skin effect. So if you use solid metal or magnets in your perpetual motion machine they are more likely to stop it than ...
by dodicat
Jul 21, 2010 23:02
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

albert wrote:
I have a little concern about the possible speeds that could develop. ilke working with megavolt tesla coils in the house.

I wouldn't worry about it Albert, Enerst Rutherford made an atom bomb for the Manhattan project in his little workshop beside his house in Manchester.
by dodicat
Jul 21, 2010 22:44
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

Re: Perpetual Motion Magnet Motor

Hi Albert Nice little line rotate you got there. Got a bit of a fright earlier, I was messing around in here, and I can only hear the T.V. in the living room, I heard in the background something about a major space event had been dicovered, I thought it was betelgeuse, I thought it had been blown to...
by dodicat
Jul 21, 2010 9:59
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

Hi Albert OK I've altered the round for a positive string number. You can test it to see if it's any use, I'm going for a walk down the to shore now with Louis the beagle. declare Function round(s1 As String) As String declare Function plus(NUM1 As String,NUM2 As String) As String di...
by dodicat
Jul 21, 2010 9:23
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

On earth, here, position is effortless, velocity requires effort. We live in a place where friction prevails totally. Above Earth, a bit, velocity is effortless, acceleration requires effort. So we have a sort of perpetual motion not very far away from us. That place of perpetual motion is less far ...
by dodicat
Jul 20, 2010 22:43
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

Hi again Albert, it's ok your last digit should be a five, my mistake. sorry. It just means that if you want to use the round function for a big niner, you have to chop off that last digit first. Either that or I'll fiddle about with the round function. If you just use the _divide, you don't have to...
by dodicat
Jul 20, 2010 22:08
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

Hi Albert I notice that your multiplier gives the last decimal digit a 5 while I was making up a round function, it should be a 9. I'll let you investigate. Anyway, here is a division by my divider compared to the multiplicative inverse method, where you get all the nines. I've used the round functi...
by dodicat
Jul 20, 2010 2:37
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

@Dodicat I found single sided magnets on the internet. http://www.magnet.com.au/ferrite_magnets all the magnetic flux is pushed to one side of the magnet, so its magneticaly insulated on the other. Thanks Albert My little magnets are ordinary bar magnets, I only show the pole to pole configuration,...
by dodicat
Jul 20, 2010 1:40
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

Equations are only useful if you understand their applicability to the physics of a situation. The invention of perpetual motion machines and over-unity generators demonstrates a lack of education in the physics of the universe. Well you might as well come right out with it Richard, you can't be bo...
by dodicat
Jul 20, 2010 1:17
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

Thanks for the help and divider dodicat!.... Hi Albert To make a million dollars with a perpetual motion machine, you must go back two or three posts to the place where my four turning magnets with the red poles are inside four fixed magnets, with the green poles, then ask Richard to make up some m...
by dodicat
Jul 20, 2010 0:54
Forum: General
Topic: is a point inside a tetrahedron?
Replies: 65
Views: 5850

A point in tetrahedron by winding number with the example by kinem. If there is any intrest still in this topic then a point in any ~hedron could easily be configured. #include "fbgfx.bi" Type PLANE 'points to define a plane As Double x,y,z End Type type _POINT ' points for a point As Doub...
by dodicat
Jul 19, 2010 22:26
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

if you were to put water in an aquarium and put the aquarium on frictionless wheels and open one side would the mass flow produce forward momentum, Yes. If the glass is very thin and therefore light compared with the water volume, the glass tank will be propelled rapidly sideways by the water press...
by dodicat
Jul 19, 2010 19:08
Forum: General
Topic: Circles
Replies: 1988
Views: 141958

Gotcha Richard. I'm still working on dividers and haven't yet come up with a workable solution, I keep getting .99999999 instead of a whole number. Albert: 1/3 = .33333... +1/3 = .33333... +1/3 = .33333... ----- 1 = .999999... Hi Rollie division by multiplying the numerator by 1/denominator e.g. 15...

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