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Latest Invention: Perpetual Motion Device that Produces Power from Gravity

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The latest invention of a Somerset engineer literally breaks the laws of physics. Dubbed the Alpha Omega Galaxy Freefall Generator, the device can produce free energy from perpetual motion, thus generating more power than it consumes.

Another interesting fact is that the inventor built his latest invention from bicycle parts. He also used a windscreen-washer motor. In the end the engineer obtained a machine that consists of a series of flywheels with high-powered magnets that allows it to generate power from gravity.

Although the device may seem rather heavy to be moved by the washer motor, making use of a rubber band that was cut from a bicycle inner tube, the magnets along with the special design of the flywheels allow it to move.

It would be interesting to note that the magnitude of the energy produced by the Alpha Omega Galaxy Freefall Generator is so much that if the inventor launches its commercial version (which would be the size of a standard washing machine), the machine could generate enough electricity to run a house. Hence the flywheel becomes its own source of electricity but with a slight amount of external input that is needed to turn on the machine.

The inventor will not be able to fully patent the Alpha Omega Galaxy Freefall Generator. He will only be able to patent certain parts of the machine. This is because the device claims to be a perpetual motion machine that generates more power than it uses. Thus the device breaks the first law of thermodynamics, which, in its simplest form, states that neither matter nor energy can be created or destroyed. Energy can be changed, moved, controlled, stored, or dissipated, but it cannot be produced from nothing or reduced to nothing.

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28 votes

//25 Feb 13, 2012 01:24 PM | posted by: samarjeet
i am socked after saw this inventions.If it is really work then the electricity uses from wind energy, water energy coal energy etc. are used i very little ammount. And the pollution from coal is reduced. All over it is a out standing invetions for all. Not only for rich people but also for poor people who would not pay the electricity bills.so,mde it sucessfull.
30 votes

//24 Jan 07, 2012 10:19 AM | posted by: eyeglass
d 1st law of thermodynamics is one of d cornerstones of physics. break it and everything's gonna fall apart. good luck.
31 votes

//23 Nov 30, 2011 10:00 PM | posted by: GHUFRAN KAYANI
i m GHUFRAN KAYANI FROM PAKISTAN.i m very proud to see that invention.i learn most of it.my future plane is to become a engineer.
28 votes

//22 Nov 04, 2011 02:02 PM | posted by: Moseeee
Let him make it commercial.the only way to prove its credibility
19 votes

//21 Oct 28, 2011 03:39 AM | posted by: CarlPalberts
So they use the flywheel as something like a motion capacitor. Very intuitive.
21 votes

//20 Aug 19, 2011 04:37 PM | posted by: Mechanical Engineer
I think the reason for showing this to us is that we would have the idea that there are some people are trying to break the 2nd law of thermodynamics, as a matter of fact we are researching the same principle as this, we don't want our secret to be revealed because there might be someone who would steal our work and claim them as theirs, just keep your imagination going, its not even a rocket science to make one like that, hahaha!
16 votes

//19 Aug 16, 2011 05:12 AM | posted by: Unknown
In the video it says that the machine gets its initial movement from an electrical motor..... why cant he just leave the motor out of it and show his hand push starting it. leaving the motor out would give it more credibility...
also, i tried pausing the video and playing short clips (since i cant quickly put the video in slow motion...) and i could not see any movement of the "gears and weights" on the outside of the machine...
it looked like all those extra parts were stationary
24 votes

//18 Jun 13, 2011 03:44 PM | posted by: Just Someone
i think it can be true, because, a perpetual motion machine has already been invented before.
20 votes

//17 May 19, 2011 01:32 AM | posted by: Timothy
Where can I get one? I want to tear it apart and see how it works.
26 votes

//16 Mar 17, 2011 03:22 AM | posted by: littlenanner85
if that thing is perpetual why is it shaking so much? i would think it would need to be perfectly balanced. Also i am pretty sure you can get a patent on a perpetual machine. it does not say you can not possibly get a patent. it says it needs to be a working proving machine, and if it is they would patent it. if the the government hasn't already got rid of this guy.
21 votes

//15 Jan 25, 2011 10:20 AM | posted by: cyp
It does not break the first law of thermodinamics. Just uses energy that regenerates itself (gravity). You take the energy from somewhere, after you use it the energy goes back, so you can reuse it, possibly for ever. It is rather simple.
18 votes

//14 Jan 11, 2011 09:50 PM | posted by: anonfur
yay it be spin'n! -stares-
21 votes

//13 Jan 08, 2011 10:29 PM | posted by: spam
Oh the ALPHA OMEGA Generator. Serious since at work here!

I bet it can reverse the polarity.
25 votes

//12 Dec 23, 2010 12:14 PM | posted by: amul
I thing.....I can invent a perpetual motion machine...........
this day will come...........................................and u all will see it.......guys........
22 votes

//11 Nov 25, 2010 05:05 PM | posted by: God
Dear to whoever it may concern,

Its False because,
1. It doesn't show in detail the working, such a claim would require huge scientific research to back.
2. It breaks 2nd law of thermodynamic, again even if you are breaking 1 of the fundamental laws of science, you need exponential research to support your claim.
3. It does not acknowledge friction.
4. The scientist does not give his name.
5. Though Google is flooded with info on this, everywhere it only shows the same text, no claim, no explanation, nothing.

Sinecerly Pure Logic
23 votes

//10 Nov 24, 2010 07:41 PM | posted by: _blank
Yeah, no. Putting aside that the whine you hear in the background is the thing spinning and not, y'know, some hidden motivator unit or other engine off-screen that makes it spin, there are a few problems with this. One, the thing is moving too fast for "gravity power." It's pretty obvious they gave the thing a spin, then started filming. If it WERE gravity power, the smaller second one would be unable to stop spinning; if someone stopped it, it's own "gravity powered" spin would start itself up again (which is point number two, by the way; perpetual motion machines don't actually stop). Point three is that this is a less-than-a-minute video that has quite clearly been edited. If they really wanted us to believe this was a perpetual motion machine, they should grab a webcam, power it by the thing's own spin, and set up a 24/7 web-broadcast surveillance. Shenanigans.
19 votes

//9 Nov 24, 2010 07:37 PM | posted by: Ren
I believe perpetual motion to be possible. Gravity is providing a constant downwards acceleration, and we'd just need to find a way to bring the other side of the wheel up with less interference from it.

However, this seems like a fake. The most important invention in the world, seemingly already built too, and the biggest problem is that it uses borrowed gears? Worst. Excuse. Ever.
21 votes

//8 Nov 24, 2010 12:54 PM | posted by: Marshall Banana
Hey God! can we get a hot fix on this?
23 votes

//7 Nov 24, 2010 06:05 AM | posted by: Nim
Keep an open mind.

Which is different than an empty head.
21 votes

//6 Nov 24, 2010 04:45 AM | posted by: lukems
too good to be true. Im calling shenanigans
23 votes

//5 Nov 24, 2010 02:56 AM | posted by: Gordon
I'll believe that when my sh@t turns purple and smells like rainbow sherbert.
25 votes

//4 Nov 24, 2010 01:32 AM | posted by: w00dy
it spins.

woo.
24 votes

//3 Nov 24, 2010 01:11 AM | posted by: win_12905500553551
There is nothing in this video that in any way proves it does what they say it does. Also, the patent excuse: from the prototype, MAKE parts that aren't bicycle parts, thereby making it patentable. Custom parts circumvent the inability to patent, I think this is being used as an excuse for us never getting to see proof that this actually works.
24 votes

//2 Nov 09, 2010 08:46 PM | posted by: Sceptic
Yeah no, that won't work. People should start studying physics instead of trying to make others believe they can cheat it.
27 votes

//1 Oct 18, 2010 08:36 PM | posted by: Md:hasanuzzaman
nice

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