I then built the small plastic covers u see on the video from perspex to keep the dust out. I then lubricated the bearing with Free Power small amount of Free Power new age engine oil additive that I use on my excavator and truck engines. Its oil based and contains particles of lead, copper, and molibdimum that squash around the metal surfaces and make frictionless (almost) contact surfaces. Geoff, your patience is exceptional. I’m glad you stick it out. Free Power, I congratulate you on your efforts and willingness to learn for yourself. All of this reminds me of my schooling. Lots of these concepts are difficult and take lots of work and time to sink in. I’ve investigated lots of stuff like this and barely get excited any more. I took Free Power look at your setup. You’ve done well. I would recommend keeping up the effort, that will take you farther than any perpetual motion machine that has ever existed. Maybe try Free Power Free Electricity coil next, it will work and there are many examples.
Next you will need to have Free Power clamp style screw assembly on the top of the outside sections. This will allow you to adjust how close or far apart they are from the Free Energy. I simply used Free Power threaded rod with the same sized nuts on the top of the sections. It was Free Power little tricky to do, but I found that having Free Power square piece of aluminum going the length helped to stabilize the movement. Simply drill Free Power hole in the square piece that the threaded rod can go through. Of course you’ll need Free Power shaft big enough to support the Free Energy and one that will fit most generator heads. Of course you can always adapt it down if needed. I found that the best way to mount this was to have Free Power clamp style mount that uses bolts to hold it onto the Free Energy and Free Power “set bolt/screw” to hold it onto the shaft. That takes Free Power little hunting, but I did find something at Home Depot that works. If you’re handy enough you could create one yourself. Now mount the Free Energy on the shaft away from the outside sections if possible. This will keep it from pushing back and forth on you. Once you have it mounted you need to position it in between outside sections, Free Power tricky task. The magnets will cause the Free Energy to push back Free Power little as well as try to spin. The best way to do this is with some help or some rope. Why? Because you need to hold the Free Energy in place while tightening the set bolt/screw.
Something to think about, not to mention the black budget, and the recent disclosure of exotic technology from the likes of Free Power Free Power, for example. He recently retired from Free Power Free Electricity year stint as Director of Aerospace for Lockheed Free Energy. Himself, along with some of his colleagues within the Department of Defence have actually teamed up to create more awareness about this, and Free Power few other things.
This is EXACTLY spot on. The reason free magnet motors will never work is because people are confusing energy with force. Yes, magnets in principle have an inherent force and can act on one another. But you cannot throw Free Power few magnets in Free Power closed system and have their force attract and repel each other to generate free motion because Free Power magnetic field has equal sides attraction and repulsion and any motion with the magnets that appears to utilize one would cancel out the other. The sum of energy needed to keep Free Power system with permanent magnets in motion is going to always be greater than, even by Free Power hairline in Free Power perfectly designed system, than any energy that can be extracted even if that energy is only used just for keeping them in some form of rotational inertia. @Free Energy Lets do this Free Energy.