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# My machine 18 month theory

My machine 18 month theory. By mark. Question. As the cutlery flies through the air towards the magnet, does it produce more kinetic energy than it cost to turn on the magnet?

## My machine 18 month theory

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1. Question • As the cutlery flies through the air towards the magnet, does it produce more kinetic energy than it cost to turn on the magnet? • As the cutlery smashes into the magnet from six feet away does it release more energy than it cost to produce it? • With modern batteries, powerful electro-magnets, coupled with modern turbines, is it possible that we could run a power station purely harnessing its magnetic properties? These are my questions.

2. Magnet basics

3. Some basic electro-magnetic theory c1825

4. What would Newton say?

5. A quote using Newtoniantheory

6. First impressions ; opposing forces.

7. The driving force : W=fd

8. A basic turbine. The laws of physics are not violated, as the equal and opposite action applies. However, it can be avoided by switching on and off at maximum polarity. e.g. accelerate into the positive pole then, switch off on the verge of the negative pole. The law is followed, but the negative consequences avoided.

9. Dogs chase the rabbit The idea is simple, like at the dog track. The only thing the dogs need to run is the rabbit, and they chase it around the track. Only in this version they are harnessed and the energy they produce goes to power the rabbit. Would they produce enough energy to power the rabbit, who in tern would make them run? Because this is an electro-magnetic experiment they wouldn’t need any other food, they could run all day just by following the rabbit. This is a picture of a windup torch. They cost a few dollars retail. When I first saw it I thought it was what I was thinking of. A turbine a storage device and an output all driven by hand. The only difference with the idea is that magnetic forces would drive the handle. Remember Sturgeon and his 7 Ounce horse sho changing its state so as to move a body 20 times its size (7 Pounds) I imagine a mechanism the size of a washing machine being able to power the everyday needs of a house.

10. Baseball example borrowed from Wikipedia Fourth strike, into space, as with Newton’s Cradle explained earlier.

11. Turn to stone, on/off

12. Self-sufficient machine possibility

13. My animated experiment

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