Gravity is a force, it does not provide energy. Your perpetual motion device is not a new concept.
Thank you then for your info. i will get back to you once these prototypes are constructed. take care.
Sorry, but you're wasting your time.
Two weight connected together? Left alone they would never move.
Separated, with one driving a generator, the motor lifting the other one won't even receive enough energy to move the other to the top.
Gravity also acts at a distance, without an apparent energy source. But to get energy out of a gravitational field (for instance, by dropping a heavy object, producing kinetic energy as it falls) one has to put energy in (for instance, by lifting the object up), and some energy is always dissipated in the process.
Question then, are you of the opinion, this type of system would not work then?
They are stating scientific facts, not opinions. To make your concept work, you habe to falsify those facts. Can you do that?
in my opinion, i don't have to falsify a thing here. wrather, use science to find out exactly how long those arms have to be and how much weight needs to be put on them and things like that, is all i need to do. where do you get off saying i have to falsify a thing around here? i don't understand that. the concept is sound as far as i'm concerned, it just needs a little exacting science applied to it is all. that's my take on this anyway. later and thank you for your post.
If you filed a provisional patent, someone ripped you off, you will never be able to file on this.
It violates the basic premise of physics. Perpetual motion machines can not exist. Very simply put, you are forgetting about friction.. (and yes, conservation of energy)
But even simpler. Go to the playground, put a kid in a swing.. Pull them back really far. And let them go.. Eventually they stop. If they went for ever, without input into the system, your invention would work...
However as you are aware.. Without inserting energy into the system, the swim stops, and thr child cries..
I won't leave messages on here often. Sorry.