Ultimate energy source

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    CORRECTION: 9/15/2019 @ 11:28 AM (cst)
    a cubic foot of water weighs 64 lbs.
    which has a lifting force of 64lp's
    I think-?
     
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    No, because force and energy are not the same thing.
     
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    You are describing a perpetual motion machine again. Make up your mind.
     
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    You're lying.
     
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    force is energy in motion
    as I see it
    :)-
     
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    According to the machine’s values, the contraption produces over seven million-foot pounds of lifting force
    The system requires two (2) million-foot pounds to keep running.

    If I reduce the output of the system by 50% (7/2)=5; the power is still larger than 2.
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    And the power it takes to pump the air down is triple or more than the 5 you feel is the output.
     
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    Boyle's Law
    Boyle's Law states that the pressure (P) of a gas is inversely proportional to the volume (V). This law is valid as long as the temperature and the amount of gas are constant. Any units will work here:

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    Boyle's Law states that the pressure (P) of a gas is inversely proportional to the volume (V). This law is valid as long as the temperature and the amount of gas are constant.

    That's what makes it so difficult to pump the air to the bottom of your energy losing contraption.
     
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    Actually you can have force without motion.
     

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