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1. Perpetual Motion by Gravity

or maybe you could give the 2 dollar device an extra speed boost just by spinning it like when you spin a bottle to empty it first (by centrifugal forces), increasing the speed of the fluid increases the coriolis force ps: since i don't have to type my password to post i can't choose to post...
2. Perpetual Motion by Gravity

i don't know this device shoud be first have an anticavitant propeller ( V shaped) to get the fluid let's say 500 miles per hour (in linear velocity) The faster the speed the higher the coriolis correction (in planes with the sextant) , isuppose that's why shauberger used air because you can...
3. Perpetual Motion by Gravity

i think you can get almost perpetual movement quite easy by means of using the coriolis force. if you have a column of closed water and by means of a tube flush it way up it will go as high as the level of the column of water but if you form a fast vortex (the faster and the more to the...
4. Motor of linar aceleration by forces of spin by raaaid

no he's not me (unless he is my future self, he he) i don't remember being invited to leave, but if you want me to leave ill leave i wouldn't bare to upset you pblackff
5. Motor of linear aceleration by forces of spin by raaaid

the retirement of the solicitude of "modelo de utilidad" will be published in the bopi 16-11-2003
6. Motor of linear aceleration by forces of spin by raaaid

is a spanish patent Nº U200102856 published the concession in the bopi 16-11-2002
7. Motor of linear aceleration by forces of spin by raaaid

heres a patent i got in 2002 of which first i lost property for not paying the 20euro it costed and second got retired in 2003, deciding not go on with the reclaim. imagine two motor cylinders that beside its normal armonic movement can spin. imagine the cilinders as two cigaretes...
8. Motor of linar aceleration by forces of spin by raaaid

heres a patent i got in 2002 of which first i lost property for not paying the 20euro it costed and second got retired in 2003, deciding not go on with the reclaim. imagine two motor cylinders that beside its normal armonic movement can spin. imagine the cilinders as two cigaretes...