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Thread: The Watchman, the Warning, and the Witness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliyah View Post
    Scientists build super-maglev train that could hit 1,800 mph

    https://newatlas.com/1800mph-maglev/32213/
    And you can bet, that the US Gov. has aircraft that makes this look like a toy by comparison in speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliyah View Post
    Well hi there Ed,

    I never said anything about building a perpetual motion machine, and where in my posts above did you see the words a perpetual motion machine??
    Operates indefinitely...

    Sorry to run off, but you know, job and things to do. Books to read. Let me know when you get that UFO evidence the stuff that's not fuzzy pictures, bad camera shots and eye witness testimony. Pretty sure maglevs use electricity.

    Ever used a cell phone? You can type from anywhere, and then...close the browser.
    I could be wrong. It happens.

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    Operates indefinitely yes, unless it's turned off when not in use.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Dantes View Post
    Operates indefinitely...

    Sorry to run off, but you know, job and things to do. Books to read. Let me know when you get that UFO evidence the stuff that's not fuzzy pictures, bad camera shots and eye witness testimony. Pretty sure maglevs use electricity.

    Ever used a cell phone? You can type from anywhere, and then...close the browser.
    And why did you not answer my question above?

    Yes, maglevs use electromagnetism, and the U.S.A.s UFOOAVs(Unidentified Flying Objects Of Asshole Viewers) and they operate on a 4 tier magnetic propulsion system which makes the entire craft operate in a magnetic field which in turn makes gravity inoperable to the craft.

    PS: Cell phones operate on electricity too, it's called D.C.(Direct Current) from a battery, and you might try looking it up.

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    Well Ed,

    Watch this 5 minute video below, and please tell me how it works, and where is a power source operating it?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkPY7o6o3Pg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliyah View Post
    Well Ed,

    Watch this 5 minute video below, and please tell me how it works, and where is a power source operating it?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkPY7o6o3Pg
    Cool. Here's a bunch more: https://youtu.be/LZqeovl1ovc

    You'd think someone would figure out how to get free energy out of these . It's as though they don't work.
    I could be wrong. It happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Dantes View Post
    Cool. Here's a bunch more: https://youtu.be/LZqeovl1ovc

    You'd think someone would figure out how to get free energy out of these . It's as though they don't work.
    Ed,

    There are no doubt there are fake videos, however, you did not explain and tell me how that device in the above video is working with no power source, why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Dantes View Post
    Cool. Here's a bunch more: https://youtu.be/LZqeovl1ovc

    You'd think someone would figure out how to get free energy out of these . It's as though they don't work.
    These are cool in their own right too, and I can explain how they are working, can you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliyah View Post
    These are cool in their own right too, and I can explain how they are working, can you?
    Hand starts it, then video repeats. How can you tell the fake ones?
    I could be wrong. It happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Dantes View Post
    Hand starts it, then video repeats. How can you tell the fake ones?
    Ed, they are not fakes, and this tells me that you do not understand how they operate, and notice they required an external force by their hands to start them.

    Evidently you have the DNA(Do Not Answer a question) as Spying, to use their words, because you ignored my questions asked of you, and you asked me another question.

    Rotational inertia is calculated for objects rotating about an axis. Rotational Inertia = m(r)(r), where "m" is the mass and "r" is the radius or the distance between the object and the axis. Calculate the rotational inertia for a solid cylinder or disk of radius "r" and mass "m" by the formula, inertia =1/2(m)(r)(r).

    In the video that you gave above, these devices are using their own weight of inertia to keep moving, see here below for the law of inertia.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=iner...ie7&gws_rd=ssl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliyah View Post
    Ed, they are not fakes, and this tells me that you do not understand how they operate, and notice they required an external force by their hands to start them.

    Evidently you have the DNA(Do Not Answer a question) as Spying, to use their words, because you ignored my questions asked of you, and you asked me another question.

    Rotational inertia is calculated for objects rotating about an axis. Rotational Inertia = m(r)(r), where "m" is the mass and "r" is the radius or the distance between the object and the axis. Calculate the rotational inertia for a solid cylinder or disk of radius "r" and mass "m" by the formula, inertia =1/2(m)(r)(r).

    In the video that you gave above, these devices are using their own weight of inertia to keep moving, see here below for the law of inertia.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=iner...ie7&gws_rd=ssl
    I told you how they operate. The hand starts them. I don't know, by spinning them is what you wanted?

    How long do you think they will keep moving?
    I could be wrong. It happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Dantes View Post
    I told you how they operate. The hand starts them. I don't know, by spinning them is what you wanted?

    How long do you think they will keep moving?
    No, you did not tell me HOW they operate, and you certainly did not tell me how the device in this video below operates. Or, you don't know is acceptable too.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkPY7o6o3Pg

    Until the friction of the bearing material wears it out, or if it is stopped by external force, as Lens law prescribes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliyah View Post
    No, you did not tell me HOW they operate, and you certainly did not tell me how the device in this video below operates. Or, you don't know is acceptable too.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkPY7o6o3Pg

    Until the friction of the bearing material wears it out, or if it is stopped by external force, as Lens law prescribes.
    Ah. I didn't understand the question. Thought you were asking thow to operate them. Regardless. I don't know the math. I understand inertia and friction are at play.

    When I asked how long they would move for, I meant time frame. You claimed indefinitely before. Which to me sound like weeks to not months, though literally that's forever. So. How many hourly units do you expect one of these to spin for?
    I could be wrong. It happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Dantes View Post
    Ah. I didn't understand the question. Thought you were asking thow to operate them. Regardless. I don't know the math. I understand inertia and friction are at play.

    When I asked how long they would move for, I meant time frame. You claimed indefinitely before. Which to me sound like weeks to not months, though literally that's forever. So. How many hourly units do you expect one of these to spin for?
    No Ed, I never said that the devices in the youtube videos would operate indefinitely, then please explain to me the working operation of this device in the video below.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkPY7o6o3Pg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliyah View Post
    No Ed, I never said that the devices in the youtube videos would operate indefinitely, then please explain to me the working operation of this device in the video below.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkPY7o6o3Pg
    Sure, magnetic forces, inertia. Friction. I don't know the math. I know the hard starts it and it will probably spin for between 30 seconds and 3 minutes tops.

    You did day you were creating one that operates indefinitely, like the one in your video.
    I could be wrong. It happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund Dantes View Post
    Sure, magnetic forces, inertia. Friction. I don't know the math. I know the hard starts it and it will probably spin for between 30 seconds and 3 minutes tops.

    You did day you were creating one that operates indefinitely, like the one in your video.
    Actually, your original question was asking me what the power source that operates the video is. Back to my original answer, the hand.
    I could be wrong. It happens.

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