Mechanical

Buoyancy

This machine is based on many patents, starting back in the late 1800's. It runs on principles inherent in liquids and gasses. I have NOT built this machine, but I have worked out the math the best I know and it looks like it'll work. I show you what I think and why in my 'Buoyancy Report'. I will keep this website updated on experiments related to this idea.

Pneumatic/Hydraulic

This machine is again based in the characteristics between liquids and gasses. My math (which I'm checking every way I can) shows that in certain circumstances you can get more energy out of water that you move with air pressure, than it took to get the air pressure. Enough extra to possibely run itself, after considering the inefficiencies of the cycle and the machinesCheck it out and if you can prove it wrong, I'm the first person who wants to know. If offering comments, particularly negative ones, it's important to prove every step (at least the important ones) for us to consider it.Please don't just say "it can't work". An inventor must think it can work and do what's needed to make it work. It's only 'can do' thinking people who advance technology. So if I'm thinking wrong please correct me, but PROVE it :)))

Gravity

This machine is virtually identical to the buoyancy machine above, except that it does not have to be submerged in water (or some other liquid). It can setup on any flat surface and will (if I'm right) turn itself with a tiny power excess till it wears out (24 hours a day, no sun, heat, wind or hydro needed). It is my belief that the power to run this machine comes from gravity!!!!I think this gravity idea is much more practical than the buoyancy idea, so I've done some preliminary experiments to check my math, and what do ya know.......so far it checks out exactly! I still have much to experiment with here and I only can work on it in my 'spare' time so please be patent. I have NOT actually built one of these machines,yet!