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A Is kinetic energy enough to propel objects in 3D space?

  1. Aug 26, 2015 #1
    I've recently created a 3D motion generator (Anti-Gravity Transportation (AGT)) in 2D/3D design. unfortunately my current physics knowledge is not advanced enough to take this machine to its maxium potential. i can concieve perpultion and sustainable energy coming from this idea. my question comes in the design its self. for anyone intrested i will gladly show more for your insight.
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  3. Aug 26, 2015 #2


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    Welcome to PF.

    What you said is a bit vague and confused, but sounds like a perpetual motion machine or "anti-gravity" device. Discussion of such topics is not allowed on PF because such devices violate the laws of physics. This thread is locked. If I've misunderstood something though, feel free to PM me with more specific information about what you want to discuss.
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