Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.

Matt Watts

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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Oh my perfect world...

Seems in order for everything to work as I would like in my perfect world, I need a better than perfect world.

Hmmm...   This could take some work.

~Russ

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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Quote from Matt Watts on September 20th, 2017, 10:04 PM
Oh my perfect world...

Seems in order for everything to work as I would like in my perfect world, I need a better than perfect world.

Hmmm...   This could take some work.
well you know. if i dont say that everyone will shun me at first glance :)

~Russ

Diadon

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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This is what you do, open OBS program so it see's itself on screen. Another example is put a mirror infront and behind you. Get the angles within 33 degrees of each other and what do you have? Yet another example is take a Eualer's disc. Let it spin and ask the question, when does it stop moving? When we perceive it too or does it ever? Perhaps one should think of this equation in 4 dimensions where our perception is time, which is currently only relative to the speed of light.

jeremy gwilt

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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Quote from ~Russ on September 20th, 2017, 09:05 PM
Lol. Yes. We it use to be that you cant. But hey. It's just a video. ;)   happy B day bro!  ~Russ
i think you must have been the one drinking.....i have no idea what youre trying to say here......but there is something between the lines.
not following along on your whale hunt does not represent a failing ....or inadequacy. NOT pursuing this 'free energy' path does not imply a lack of imagination or creativity.
there is a certain high-brow attitude that can be very disruptive, and counter-productive. consider the 'echo chamber'.
there are many paths forward and many ways to grow.

~Russ

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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Quote from jeremy gwilt on September 21st, 2017, 10:09 AM
i think you must have been the one drinking.....i have no idea what youre trying to say here......but there is something between the lines.
not following along on your whale hunt does not represent a failing ....or inadequacy. NOT pursuing this 'free energy' path does not imply a lack of imagination or creativity.
there is a certain high-brow attitude that can be very disruptive, and counter-productive. consider the 'echo chamber'.
there are many paths forward and many ways to grow.
yeah man for sure, there are 1000 more ways to go forward. I'm not asking or telling anyone to go this way. I'm just presenting ideas to see what people think,

I hold nothing against others who do not agree with things i think, I'm VERY open mined.
i'm not sure where your going with this. but i can tell you i hold noting against you or anyone else.

I thought it was funny. how there was not even enough time to watch the video and there was already 3 thumbs down. one dose not have to agree, but one has to see the Liston before they can judge :)

any hoo. moving forward.

it feels like your not happy with me as of late, but i dont feel any thing the other way. so if there is something hanging there just let me know and will fix it,

else will keep doing this stuff and learning teaching failing winning and the like... and most of all HAVING FUN.

one day at a time.
~Russ 

Ragnor

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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In a perfect lossless system (In a vacume? ) it may perhaps be possible to fully transfer the fluid from one tank to the other. But we are bound in the physics to encounter resistive losses. In an electrical system we are going to have to be at super-capacitive temperatures to minimize losses and that will take extra energy.But then again "kirchoff's law is for the birds!" So says professor Walter Lewin and he backed it up with a demonstration.As did you with the magnetic holder experiment, now that I think of it.What's next? :)

reverandkilljoy

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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inverse square law.....

i think its time for a new pulse motor buildoff

Ragnor

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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EM fields can travel outside of space-time. So I'm not sure the inverse square law holds.....

Matt Watts

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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Quote from reverandkilljoy on September 22nd, 2017, 11:18 AM
i think its time for a new pulse motor buildoff
I've been waiting months for someone to say that.

~Russ

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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Quote from Matt Watts on September 22nd, 2017, 05:04 PM
I've been waiting months for someone to say that.
Ill only do it if Jeremy build's one with us...

~Russ

jeremy gwilt

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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Quote from ~Russ on September 23rd, 2017, 11:05 PM
Ill only do it if Jeremy build's one with us...

~Russ
ready anytime

~Russ

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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Quote from jeremy gwilt on September 24th, 2017, 05:51 AM
ready anytime
... any time comes REAL SOON..... :)

~Russ

Matt Watts


~Russ

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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That's it. Good stuff Matt. Now find an "air inductor" ;)  ~Russ

talisman

Re: Air Taink Efficiency. Thought Experiment.
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I followed the Rodin coil through the live stream. Hi Jeremy. I always was convinced Russ you had a condition of higher output than input. You showed it clear in the still finally after more than a year. Yes of course to validate a final report.

Not just a thought experiment. If you get bench  results you need to use the result to make it real. Engineering proof of concept is just as much work to make more see the light. Math makes a virtual reality but it mimic characteristics of reality in nature it is not physically the reality in entirety in all cases.

I am very interested in the Rodin coil and the Papps popper and still have the forms.
For now the motor generator circuit on the bench is taking off.
Just started shuraenergy.com site crowd funding.

Just looked at Dyson who now wants to make an electric car. Inventors have a different thinking he had a smaller market but a great improvement (or someone else would have done it but probably not for a long while). I agree with his video where he says you just make one change on a prototype at a time. You evaluate the effect of the independent on dependent variables.

Materials science is vastly important in engineering and not as much in pure math theory.