I was hoping one of you could look at this idea and tell me if it will produce a positive net-energy supply, with the help of hydraulics? Please ponder it a moment and feel free to capitalize off of it if it does. Let me pause for a moment to explain what you already know. I can lift a 5000 lb vehicle with about 25 lbs of force with the help of hydraulics. Now if I connect another hydraulic mechanism to the first I could then lift the same 5000 lb force with about 1 lb of force. So if it is true that with some form of advanced hydraulics, you could lift 5000 lbs with 1lb of effort. It seems conceivable you could lift a large weight quite high using very little electricity. .Using the same principal as above, imagine a 20,000 lb being lifted up a shaft. This weight is connected to a(n) gear box(s) 1200:1. Then connected to a(n) electric turbine(s). The weight is then released to slowly come to the ground. On its way down it is creating electricity. Can I produce more energy with the weight slowly moving down connected to turbine than it takes to hydraulically lift the weight?