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Friday, 27 July 2018
Alternative Benefits from Bessler's Wheel?
If Bessler’s wheel should finally materialise and is shown to work due to the effect of gravity on some moveable weights, then we can make a provisional assumption that it might be possible to apply a similar configuration to other conservative forces.
Many here have expressed the opinion that once built Bessler’s wheel would be weak and of limited use. In my opinion they are wrong and there will be many uses, particularly in third world countries for basic energy generation, irrigation, refrigeration etc.
There is also the potential to creat a reverse system based on the concept behind Bessler's wheel in which a drive is fitted to the reverse design to produce inertial thrust in a particular direction. There is potential in such a scheme for boats and even space travel. etc. But there is one more area of science which I think may hold even more potential.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology lead the field in nano energy research. This complex subject is full of potential uses for nano engineering, but my knowledge is very limited. This quote from an acquaitence at my local university, “Nanotechnology involves the creation and/or manipulation of materials at the nanometre (nm) scale. One nanometre is 10-9 m or one millionth of a millimetre. Nanotechnology is essentially ‘engineering at a very small scale’, and this term can be applied to many areas of research and development – from medicine to manufacturing to computing, and even to textiles and cosmetics”. Fortunately, I was talking to someone who used to be a good friend of Mike Senior, a couple of days ago about my work with Johann Bessler. This guy is a Professor at Warwick university and it was his idea that if we could prove that Bessler’s wheel worked there were numerous potential applications within the field of nanotechnology.
You can get an idea of the ongoing research by looking at this page
The author lists a number of developments currently being researched and my contact at Warwick University suggested that nano-engineering could make use of the design concept used in Bessler’s wheel.
I cannot confirm or deny the potential but I thought it worth mentioning. There are people here with far more knowledge and greater intellectual abilities than I have, so I hope perhaps they might comment more knowledgeably than I could?