hello! Jerry, this is exactly what I wanted you to think about in the
'wood and water wheel' thought experiment. Of course, the wooden wheel has
one half in water, which is what makes that half of the wheel weigh less
than the other half at all times, which should result in wheel spin. It
works exactly the same way as the Gravity Driven Wheel, but instead of
superconductors lowering the weight of one half of the wheel, displacement
in water does it for free. If the Gravity Driven Wheel will spin as
theorized, so will the wooden wheel. But what if the wooden wheel was not
made of wood, but a plastic with similar density to water, and within the
wheel was 5 sections of weights, evenly distributed around the wheel's
periphery? With one half of the wheel in the water, that half would always
be weightless, except for the weight within the wheel, and since there is an
odd number of weights, the wheel will have trouble balancing, And the part
of the wheel that is out of the water will weigh its equal to water, plus
the imbedded weights, and so the wheel should readily spin.
As to the Gravity Drop Experiments, any coil when energized will create
its own magnetic field, which will interact with the Earth's field. The
probability is very high that what was happening was simply an interferance
of the Earth's field, just barely perceptible over time. And a gyroscope
will lose some of it's weight when spun up to an appropriate revolution
speed, because of centrifugal force. The Earth's gravity is basically
overridden by the lateral forces that are in the gyro. Which brings me to
the Clem Motor. The Clem Motor absolutely should work as Clem claimed.
Whenever you can spin an object fast enough, it's kinetic energy can be much
greater than gravity, so in Clem's motor, as it spins, the oil is subjected
to tremendous centrifugal forces, much greater than gravity, so the oil's
LATERAL weight can be many times gravity. When the oil is spread out in the
rotor through many channels, and jets, all rapidly flowing laterally to the
shaft, gravity will virtually be nullified. The motor should easily be able
to take up enough oil ( or water), to keep the rotor full, and supply the
jets. The only problem will be cavitation, and governance, which can be
overcome if you understand fluid dynamics. Mitch
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Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 2:02 AM
Subject: [Keelynet] differences of potential, vortexes and gravity
I was watching a new movie at home called 'The Marine'...helluvan action
movie! The TV remote slid off the sofa back during a slow time in the
movie and for some reason, I pictured gravity pressing down on it to cause
the fall, thus gravity did 'work'.
Continuing the thought along the lines of difference of potential, I
remembered that Thomas Townsend Brown had worked on a Navy project that
took a submarine around the globe, measuring gravity intensities.
Someone years ago sent me a copy of the book that came out of this and it
shows gravity differences all over the planet. Of course nowadays there
are much more precise measurements made by satellite.
Well, since you can tap into energy or force differentials to produce
mechanical or other forces...it seems if you could find a gravity anomaly
and setup a machine, like a weighted overbalanced wheel, then you might be
able to make it self-rotate, powered by gravity.
Nick Nelson, who used to work at the Oregon Vortex, wrote a book called
'The Golden Vortex' where he describes some of the anomalies he
investigated. He says he learned how to create a vortex phenomenon just
about anywhere and that he can create or dissipate it at will, but he
won't spill the beans as to how its done.
So if gravity is isotropic, with 'push' lines normally converging towards
the center of all masses with an intensity dependent on mass density, yet
there are areas of the planet where the inflowing lines are weaker, we
might be able to tap into it.
Perhaps this could be doneusing gyro precessional forces such as
Laithwaites claim of losing some 18 pounds in a rotating 50 pound
gyroscope which is lifted.
Or something like the experiments of the late Lloyd Zirbes using
dissimilar materials dropped to show a difference in velocity over
distance...or the gravity drop experiments of Don Kelly using sealed boxes
containing powered and unpowered mobius/caduceus/bifilar/toroidal coils
which showed speed variations, thus indicating 'interference' with local
gravity flows towards the earth.
6) Another physics test might be to duplicate Don Kelly's gravity drop
experiments where he used mobius/caduceus coils inside identical boxes.
He dropped these boxes mechanically over a fixed distance to get the
average fall time. Then he connected a battery to the coil and noted
that THE BOXES FELL SLOWER when the circuit was powered. You could use
a pulse generator and compare many different arrangements. That would
blow them away if you take all precautions and use statistical averages
with as much reliable mechanical drop components and photo detectors to
be triggered to calculate fall times under different circumstances.
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