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|Sally Anne Jakes||
Posted: Jan 14 2012, 06:49 AM
Group: Advanced Members
Member No.: 3
Joined: 19-August 10
Hi Guys, I thought you might like to check this out! :)
A businessman and inventor, who desires anonymity for the moment, has revealed the design of a chain driven gravity machine that allegedly requires no input power. He claims it has been proven to work, providing 1.5 kW from 300 kg of weights.
by Hank Mills with Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Over the years there have been countless inventors who have claimed to build working gravity machines. These machines are typically claimed to produce free energy, by somehow harnessing the force of gravity to produce work.
Now, an inventor and businessman, who has wished to remain anonymous for the moment, has come forward releasing a design for a chain driven gravity device.
To look at it, immediately gives the impression: "That just might work!"
Cognitively, this one doesn't make sense to most of us. Where does the energy come from? Don't you have to first elevate something in order to harness gravity? But to look at the above image, you think that this certainly illustrates a way to do it.
Could this be the open source project we've all been waiting for: something that is simple, affordable, produces practical amounts of power, and is not encumbered by intellectual property claims?
Our associate claims to know of at least three people who built and tested the device to show that it does indeed work; and he added some improvements himself using simulation software. "This system, we have checked it, it 100% works."
The device is not his original idea, and he claims to only be passing it along so people can prove to themselves gravity machines can work.
Although he is working primarily on other systems that he asserts are more advanced, he claims the chain driven gravity device can be used by people to prove to themselves that such systems are possible. Breaking the mental block against such systems is to his advantage so that by the time his more advanced technology is ready to hit the market, people will be more open to it.
In a Skype chat on Tuesday with Sterling, he said that 300 kilograms of combined weights resulted in an output of 1.5 kW of power. He didn't seem to think that was very impressive compared to the megawatts he's anticipating from his design. I don't know about you, but I think 1.5 kW from 300 kilos of weights would be about the best thing going right now.
This story is continued at PESN.