Saturday, December 26, 2009

Nearly free energy machine

EDIT on 11/2/2013:  POKE A HOLE AT THE TOP OF THE APEX!!!  It took me a year to figure that out.

Is the cohesive force of water stronger than gravity? Answer: yes (look at water cling to the side of a glass). Therefore, capillary action will pull water uphill.

For an example, look at a tree. A tree is a slow motion fountain.

Or touch the end of a napkin into water and the water crawls up. That's capillary action. Also note how it filters certain heavier substances. So the design of the napkin (sponge) can extract discrete particles from the fluid.

Edited on 3/30/2010:
Capillary action in a small diameter tube can raise water several centimeters. If you were to bend the end of the tube over, the water would attempt to flow out, but the cohesion will be stronger than gravity. However, if you were to arrange many similar tubes together, the meniscus of each would touch and the hydrogen bonding of water would overcome the electrostatic charge to the tube and water can form a droplet large enough for gravity to overcome. That's nearly perpetual energy that concentrates the electrostatic energy in water. That's how water gets into a coconut. Similar to nature, capillary faucets engineer water to travel uphill.

Edited to add picture on 4/18/2010:

Edited to add picture on 1/11/2010:

Another design using the same principles (1/27/2010):

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Reorganizing science

Theoretical Physics

---Molecular dynamics (magnets and molecules)

Life science
---Biology (cell growth and divisions)
---Behavioral science
------Economics (monetary science)
------Traumology (study and resolution of trauma)

A few basic principles:
1. light is a fluid
2. gravity is a vacuum (Eg. ferrous iron)
3. you can split apart molecules and remove electrons using electromagnetic waves
4. consciousness is a plasma
5. zero is not a number (mathematics is a symbolic representation of reality and not reality itself)
6. E=mc2 shows a valid relationship, but the equation is not correct. The speed of light is not constant and he forgot about time.

Molecular Dynamics is a science studying the interaction of fluids (moving particles) which replaces "nano-technology". Chaos theory is a silly way to model stuff in a computer. Represent light as a fluid and you'll get some more accurate weather prediction.