AlainHubert: Not only is this contraption fake, not mention ugly, but you can actually
see it slow down and suddenly speed back up again with each badly done
video edit cuts... This is ridiculously bad. lol !
But what scares me the most is that, up to now, 158 people actually believe
this bullcrap !
I have a message for those suckers: I have a bridge to sell you, get in
touch with me !
Casey Kittel: it's weird how many videos like this exist.
how long does it operate for? - you can watch the damn thing slow down!
how come so many of these videos don't even bother to explain f_ing
anything? at least he tries to explain what is going on with his
unfortunately it's painfully obvious - these guys - while often well
intentioned - don't understand how to frame basic scientific principles.
please people, at least explain what you are trying accomplish and then
state if you think you accomplished anything ---- before wasting everyones
time. just say, weather it works or not. give some numbers. time it. try
for crepes sake. it's frustrating to know there are probably solutions and
to see video after video of failed attempts. just say it's not yet working
up front!!!! please. I beg of you all. I'm not saying not to be proud, but
don't try to sell us a load of crap. be respectful to others time.
and maybe most of all - stop plugin your contraptions into batteries and
outlets and saying they are over unity. I don't want to hear that anymore.
not saying it's impossible, I'm just saying it lowers the probability even
lower than zero.
randomlettersqzkebkw: the lies you tell
corrythew: lol ...you didn't give any numbers , to prove it works ...more power out ,
perexime pere: we live on a perpetual motion machine planet, is there some gas engine
moving the earth
Brandon Franklin: Good day Towtops,
May I recommend AVS Video Converter for the next splice job you do.
You can minimize those obvious jolts in your footage there where one clip
is joined to the other and make your spliced video practically SEAMLESS.
Best converter I've ever used. Oh, and make sure to kill all other
processes running on your machine using the task manager to maximize your
processors' resources for usage by AVS only. You'll have people believing
your hoaxes in no time.
Now, if you want to see a rotor that may actually have some
scientifically backed potential, search youtube for "Skinner gravity
replication". Interesting stuff.
Yasser Sarraj: how many watts does this produce ?
Eb Emerson: Simple and genial.
Idea of perpetuum mobile is to get more from less. Small motor little
energy for work and large lever is genial for working.Always get more for
Micr0chiP: So ....how many volts/amps are you pulling from it AFTER powering the
engine to rotate it ?
My guess would be in the negatives.
Patrick Hansen: You loose energy to friction and drag.
You loose efficiency by having a propeller drag the arm around instead of
mounting a motor directly on the center shaft.
A toy dc motor is hardly what i would call energy efficient, loss of energy
This is a hoax, nothing more.
Even if you lost zero energy to drag, had zero friction and a 100%
efficient electric motor, with a propeller so efficient that it would equal
a mechanical connection, then whatever energy you gain by having gravity
pull the heavier end, you loose by having to lift it up again.
It did however sound like both ends had equal mass, in which case gravity
won't do any work, since it's pulling down on one end just as hard as the
force required to push the other end up, generating no extra energy.
Alter Kater: Can I heat my house with that?
Fernando Appeceix: JAJAJAJAAAAAAAAAAAAA
vin mar: How long before it stops if it stopped? can u share with me the specs
Yon Kromis: Can you contact me on Facebook
Jack Thompson: I can produce 10 watts when i put in 50!! Yay me!!
libra8a: There is an edit every time it is about to stop.
MrFreddiew1: If there is no external power and only the power generated from the
spindle, then this is quite a nifty device..and a good idea.
Vern Oldham: I like the part at 0:36 where the trees jump in the background due to an
edit. There is no perpetual motion and never will be.
Niall Wildwoode: Oh, good grief...another BS idea. Is there any honesty anywhere in Youtube?
Jessi Ryder: Many people try to build the Free energy Generator
Most of them failed as they didn't have good plans
The Only one I saw to make it work-
An Engineer called John Richard from Chicago
To see the design on his blog - Search Google for: *Top Magnetic Generator*
PixelSmith: To be able to 'generate' energy, you will have to be able to create energy,
not just maintain it. So if your device was to be able generate energy, I
should keep on accelerating. so yeah.
rbtmdl: It runs down after awhile, doesn't it. You don't have a load on it, either,
goku21youtub: ohh i see the troll parade is already here , you guys get payed for this ?
datastorm: Spell correction: Atheism
purelyprimitives: Cool idea! Why not add an additional prop at the other end?
lordexio: Hi Towtops, What is the power output of this device?
ElGatoLoco698: Hmm, I don't buy it.
Mitchell Gibson: Have you checked it with a scope for a back emf spike? If there is maybe
you could use is it to charge a capacitor or a bank of them?
SAsgarters: It's not an opinion, it's a fact. And you know what they say about facts:
You're not entitled to your own.
towtops: You speak in vague generalities. You can not give me any specific reasons
my device will not work.
PJ: Ever heard the expression "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing"?
There's no such thing as gravitational energy. However, lift a ball off the
ground, that ball now posess an amount of potential gravitational energy
because it wants to return to the ground. If you drop the ball and harvest
100% of the energy from it's movement, that energy is exactly proportional
to the energy needed to lift it in the first place. It's a zero sum game.
Claims in the video are nonsense, no energy is produced
dude123456789100LN: Pretty smart, brah! I like it.
PJ: Actually no, it's not a false dilemma. It's either or. We know allready
that the claims made in the video are erroneous, yet the person behind them
still insists on them being correct. This leaves two possibilities; he's
either misinformed or a fradulent sharlatan. If you tock the time to read
the comments you'd notice there are several viewers pointing out the
discrepancies in the video, it appears to be spliced in an attempt to
deceive the viewer. So it leans towards him being a sharlatan.
SAsgarters: Tapped? Is that supposed to be a metaphor for something?
Joseph Malovich: Your energy could have been spent towards something that works, like a wind
turbine. You sir are a moron.
PJ: Excellent! You agree with the fact that newtons laws and the laws of
thermodynamics apply to the contraption in the video. The idiot who made it
claims his spinning piece of wood violates those very laws. Remind us,
what's your problem again? Logically you don't seem to have one. Could it
be that you wait for others to neglect to mention obvious things like
newtons laws not applying to objects at relativistic speed and then see
your chance to nit pick at that comment. Pathetic.
EGGINFOOLS: Why do you think the video creators never post responses on their own vids?
Mitchell Gibson: Also, what is your coil configuration? Have you wound bifilar coils to try
and pick up secondary induction?
Crazy!: keyword "conversion", i'm not arguing the point that gravity is a zero sum
game but this device isn't proportional, its slowing each cycle.
SAsgarters: But.. you can't.
realisoph: Where is the generator in this? How is it supposed to be based on gravity?
This makes no sense whatsoever.
PJ: You have broken the first commandment of argumentation again. This time
it's the ad Hominem fallacy. Relying on logical fallacies renders your
comment void and null. You're obviously questioning our understanding of
the laws of thermodynamics and that's excellent. However, if you claim they
are wrong you must also accept the responsibility of supplying evidence in
support of your own claims, otherwise all you have is mindless babble.
PJ: Wrong. I don't rely on logical fallacies. I oppose any argument based on
them. Meanwhile you're prattling on about semantics. Seeing as you don't
have anything worthwhile to say regarding the meaningless drivel in the
video I wish you the best of luck with your fantasies.
WilbyInebriated: furthermore, your "argument" is a logical fallacy known as a strawman... as
i never claimed newton's "laws" didn't apply. you should know better seeing
as how you have been lecturing others about what logical fallacies are...
or maybe it's just that in addition to being pretentious, you are a
hypocrite. *rolls eyes*
PJ: This video is a perfect example of why it's so important to teach basic
physics in school. Anyone with atleast a rudimentary understanding of
newtons laws and the first three laws of thermodynamics know why the claims
in this video is complete and utter nonsense. No free energy is generated
by this device. It actually consumes more energy than it puts out. The guy
behind the video is either a misinformed fool or a charlatan looking to
PJ: It isn't. The guy is a fradulent sharlatan and a fool. He's heard the term
'golden ratio' and probably thought it sounded cool. The video is a fake,
it's edited to give the illusion of the contraption spinning on it's own
for an extended period of time. However, this does not stop bubblebrained
bambies to believe in the nonsensical drivel in the video. Just read some
of the comments below, they're filled with "liberal" interpretations of
Jesus Guerra: Did you have to compensate for the weight of the plane at one tip? Try
putting a cluster of LED lights at other end so power generation can be put
to work. Or something along those lines.
Hulla Dek: Come on just think a bit. The weight needs the same energy to go up as it
wins going down. Then u have air resistance,bearing friction. It will stop.
It might be it will go a long time but it will stop. And u never get energy
out of this, if u do it will stop fast.
WilbyInebriated: regarding your "creator"... do you have a single shred of extant material
evidence and/or a logical proof to present for its existence? and since you
do not (hint: that is why it is called 'faith'...) why is it that you think
your asinine claims hold anymore gravitas or authority than a 3 year old
assuring us his imaginary friend is real and is gonna 'get us' if we don't
have blind faith in it as well?
SOPM2007: It is clear to see that the device slows down quickly and then, suddenly,
has its original speed again. The video is cut, look at the palm tree at
0:36 in the background!