Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Gravity Power

It is ironic that despite our best efforts to interest the rest of the world in our search for the solution to Bessler’s wheel, there are others who are also inventing gravity-powered devices, which however require winding  up in some way.

I liked this simple idea for emergency lighting;




We are all familiar  with weight-driven clocks and apparently the earliest weight-driven mechanical 
clock was installed in 1283 at Dunstable Priory in Bedfordshire, England. But of course the ability or necessity to be able calculate the passing of time goes back at least 5000 years to the Babylonians

I’ve seen a number of unique ways of achieving clock time as well as producing light but the levitating nixie clock is unique!





And this free standing gravity lamp is impressively hi-tech, but it still needs resetting.





There is also a lot of research going on to find the best way to store gravitationally generated electricity.  This is all very nice and I'm pleased that the idea of using gravity to generate electricity is universally accepted, it seems such a small step to make that gravity power continuous instead of having to rewind or reset the mechanisms after each action has been completed.

Numerous articles are published demanding new and more research into alternative energy sources; or seeking to make windmills more efficient, smaller and less obtrusive, applying the same principles to solar panels.  To we amateurs, who continue to try to solve and thus prove Bessler's wheel was legitimate, all these articles seem to be ignoring and avoiding any consideration of what seems to us to be the perfect solution to our energy/pollution problems.

All it takes is one respected scientist to read up on Bessler's work or visit this forum and others like it and become convinced that the facts support further consideration, and promotes new research.

JC

14 comments:

  1. Unfortunately, that scientist would immediately loose his respect if he did that. It is just too controversial. No help from the pro’s, we are on our own.

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    1. I agree absolutely Marinus. I have had some lengthy correspondence with a well-known scientist over a few years and he would support anyone who succeeded in building a working version of Bessler’s wheel which would provide the necessary proof - but not before a proof of principle machine could be demonstrated.

      JC

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    2. What a nonsense. If we have a working model, we won't need any support.

      If he spends some time to investigate the details, he will see Bessler was telling the truth.

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    3. In soccer they introduced the offside rule to get rid of that behaviour.It is just not fair and an easy way to score.

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    4. A scientist, is like a high end prostitute. They would work on a gravity wheel if, they got paid for it; and if some one else did all of the work. They just want is the big bucks, but none of the hard work required to build a gravity wheel. Sam Peppiatt

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  2. looking at the toys page again, there are two hammer toys, representing the two positions at which the mechanisns do their work(12.30 ish and 6.30 ish),see they are in opposing positions.
    The storks bill to the left shows they both are lifting (arrow head pointing up)top mech pulls up away from centre, bottom mech pushes up.
    The top left guys right arm looks modified (lines are too straight) and resembles a latch or sear (latched here at 12.30 ish?).
    The bottom guys have twisted bodies and curved hammers, and even the D is drawn with some curvature to it (release/spring assist here at 6.30 ish?).
    The top toy could have been notated any letter, but only C could be said to indicate/resemble a latch.
    I think maybe the handles also have a clue.
    The mechs/wheel design I have in my mind seems to work, guess I have to build ... Regards
    Jon


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    1. Interesting post Jon, the trouble is that it seems possible to extract many different meanings from the toys page. You’re right, the only way any of us will test our designs is to build them. Good luck and maybe we’ll hear more in the near future, fingers crossed,

      JC

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    2. Whee - exclamation? Great.
      I have not forgotten about 55 verses in chapter 55 Apologia Poetica.
      I read and translate it will take a while.
      I do it on your request.

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    3. You can read my translation in my copy of Apologia Poetica, unless you are just translating it again to find if it’s accurate or needs improvement.

      JC

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    4. In my opinion, your translation of Apologia Poetica's copy is correct, but the meaning of Saturn, Mars and Jupiter concerns the Holy Trinity - the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
      The Holy Spirit comes from the Father and from the Son. I think you'll agree with that, John.
      As for chapter 55 of the guidelines, it is in German with an admixture of English, Spanish and Latin (4 languages).
      On pages 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128
      There is a description of the movement, and a paradox of the principle with which everyone has a huge problem and at the end of page 128 there is a description of how children play.
      I assure all my circle does not work.

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  3. Well, at the very least we have the advantage that Bessler never had..... and that is that we know that the wheel is possible. Many people have developed incredible things because they did not have the " EDUCATION" that told them that what they wanted to do is impossible. I believe that there are lots of clues on the toys page. The arrow pointing up, the movement of the storks bill / scissors and the twisted conditions of the two figures. Lets get this thing done, John is there any more that you can share with us...... some of us really want to do this, please help us as you can.

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    1. Grawitea, you have a good and sincere heart that surely beats to the rhythm of the wheel's principle.

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  4. I think the interesting thing for me about the gravity powered devices is that none of them, including Bessler’s wheel and all weight driven clocks, would work in space, where there’s no gravity. Does that not make them an open system as opposed to closed systems, that physics says can’t work?

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    1. I apologize for my spelling mistake, it should be Gravittea.
      Check if you really want to do this circle.
      Automatically translate and analyze the content of the message, chapter 55 Apologia Poetica page from 121 to 128, you will be very close to the truth if you believe in it.
      Then take care of the geometry so that you know what to look for. If you find the correct mechanism rule, then build a wheel.
      300 years of secret proves that it is not easy; truth ? Good luck, Gravitte.

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