Ultimate energy source

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    No, they gave back the money because I continued to change the preamitors. They all decided to wait until I had a final verson to work with; but they did not say it was an impossible idea.

    Sure you can prove me wrong, the model is simplified so a simplified rebuttal should suffice

    JoeMoma, You would not recognize proof if you saw it.

    JoeMoma, this is NOT a (perpetual motion machines)

    Which does not make it a perpetual motion machine no more than a car is a perpetual motion machine.
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    7,938,558 foot pounds per second =10,763,239 watts

    The watt is a unit of power. In the International System of Units it is defined as a derived unit of 1 joule per second, and is used to quantify the rate of energy transfer. In dimensional analysis, power is described by. Wikipedia

    SI base units: kg⋅m2⋅s−3
    CGS units: 1×107 erg s−1
    Unit system: SI derived unit
    Unit of: Power
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    perpetual-motion machine

    Definition of perpetual-motion machine | Dictionary.com
    A machine that could run forever. A perpetual-motion machine would have to produce at least as much energy as was needed for its operation. According to the second law of thermodynamics, such a machine is impossible, and to date none has ever been successfully demonstrated.

    Yes, your device would be a perpetual motion machine (If it worked as you intend) because in order to be an "Energy source" it would have to produce more energy than needed for it's operation. A car does not do that which is why one much keep putting gas in it for it to continue to operate.

    If you wish to continue to disbelieve well known laws of physics which prove that your device will not work, be my guest.
     
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    You are mistaken, I never claimed that this was a "perpetual motion machine";-you did-

    It is not a perpetual machine;,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,,.no more than a car is.
    so long as there is gas in the tank
    & the tires don't go flat
    & the drive train works smoothly


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    That simply proves that you don't know what a perpetual motion machine is.

    At any rate, have fun with your device......It has the potential to keep you busy for a very, very long time.
     
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    I didn't see the energy required to pump the air to the bottom in your diagram.
    Or the amount of power generated.
     
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    TANK DESCRIPTION Cost per Fill
    SCUBA Cylinders (Up to 3500 psi) - Pacific Wilderness Dive Club Members & Commercial Dive Accounts $5.00 $30.00 ($2.50 per Fill)
    SCUBA Cylinders (Up to 3500 psi) - General Public $5.00 $40.00 ($3.33 per Fill)
    SCBA Cylinders (Up to 3000 psi) - $5.00 $40.00 ($3.33 per Fill)
    cost+of+filling+a+scuba+tank - Google Search

    It takes 4.95 hours to complete one cycle or 2 seconds per foot of rise.
    As I see it. :)-

    BTW: the costs per cycle is filling 11 tanks for a refill
    $5X11= $55 to fund one cycle
    again, as I see it. :)-
     
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    Below is a more detailed version of the contraption.
     

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