It suddenly struck me one day that the reputed Aspden effect might be a sign of free energy – in that it might hint that torque could be added and subtracted from a rotating mass so as to result in a net gain.
If this is true, then we would expect to see various devices pop up, from time to time, that claim overunity involving an intermittent or off balance use of rotational inertia……….and what do we see? Things such as Bedini, Schauberger (liquid and air), Rotoverters, flywheels with deliberately slipping belts, Linevich, claims by Kanarev and a large proportion of the ‘tin foil hat’ devices reported on Rex Research. The Wallace inventions (‘kinemassic effect’) claimed a direct link with half integer spin materials. Could something have been overlooked here? Sorry if I’m a little off topic ( but maybe not as much as you might think) From: JonesBeene [mailto:jone...@pacbell.net] Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2017 10:35 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: RE: [Vo]:Magnetic Spin Vortex From: Chris Zell<mailto:chrisz...@wetmtv.com> * OK, here’s my current puzzlement: is it possible that physics has ignored a free energy effect within rotational inertia? It is possible that a gainful effect has been overlooked, and that is why it is fun to figure out which of these vids are faked. Rotational anomalies are probably the closest to showing a valid anomaly but most of the videos are fakes. Hopefully the one in thousand will show up soon. There are spatial avenues for augmenting inertia – such as the DCE (dynamical Casimir effect). However, since no one has been able to demonstrate a device that shows true gain … unequivocally, and which has been fully replicated, the Laws of Thermodynamics are still on the books (but they are not true Laws and will fizzle away IF adequate scientific proof arrives, even if the gain is slight).