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A perpetual motion experiment


Objective:

The objective of this perpetual motion experiment, is to demonstrate a pushed-in gravitational effect of the Earth.

See a UVS subtopic on "The orbit of natural satellite" that elaborates on how a planetary system is being vortically impelled with a push-in force to perpetually spiral around its galactic system.

Note: This experiment was incidentally discovered when trying to confirm the polarity of a magnet with the Earth's magnetic field.

A vortical fractal
of unisonal vortex.

Hypothesis:

In the UVS worldview, the Earth with its spheroidal pushed-in gravitational field, has a spiraling repulsive force acting on any object.

Hypothetically, this force generated in the aetheric medium that encapsulates the Earth with pushed-in gravitational field, has the efffect of intrinsic spin that spirals in its naturally manifested nested torus-shaped aetheric structure.

A freely suspended object subjected to the spiral repulsive force in the spindle torus gravitational field, would therefore be impelled to spin with perpetual motion.

Watch a video clip on "The Torofluxus" that demonstrates spiral motion in the intrinsic spin of a spindle torus structure.

This torofluxus image is a visual aid for illustrating the spiral path of a spindle torus.

The mass effect of matter is caused by aether vortical motion
that renders the phenomenon of universal gravitation.
- UVS inspired
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Note: The classical definition for the word "perpetual" does not absolutely requires it to be overunity; it is merely the adulterated definition in the context of thermodynamics that demands it and this renders its semantics issue. And notably, several types of open system perpetual motion phenomena can be empirically observed in superconductor, superfluid, Bose-Einstein condensate, drinking bird, vortically rotating and revolving celestial bodies. Watch a video clip on "Alfred Leitner - Liquid Helium II the Superfluid" that demonstrates natural perpetual motion of liquid helium II as a superfluid with zero viscosity.

Materials:
A roll of thin fabric thread, a stainless steel paper clip, and any magnet that weighs around 20g to 200g that can be held up by the thread.

Method:
First tie the stainless steel paper clip at a convenient level to a thread, and secure the thread to the ceiling, then attach the magnet to the tip of the paper clip. The magnet freely suspended by the thread, should quickly stabilize and naturally aligns itself in the north-south direction.

Rest the magnet on your palm, then turn the magnet about 170 degree in clockwise direction, and then lower your hand to carefully and gently let it go.

Observations:
Viewing from the top, the magnet can be observed to be spinning in anti-clockwise direction, and it will gradually pick up in spinning speed with acceleration.

After the angular velocity has peaked, it will eventually slow down as a result of the thread is being wound up. When the angular momentum of the push-in gravity is eventually overcome, the magnet will then start to unwind with the energy that has built up in the wound up thread. And after some winding and unwinding cycles, with the built up energy in the wound up thread having reached its equibrium to counter the postulated vortical push-in gravitational force, the magnet will then oscillate in its north-south alignment, and eventually it will come to a halt.

Lift up the magnet from below with your palm, and it can be observed that the attached thread will become intertwined. Remove the magnet from the paper clip, then let go the thread with the paper clip on it, and the thread will unwind to eventually come to a halt when the thread is fully unwound.

Note: The longer the thread is, the longer the duration the suspended object can spin at higher peak angular velocity.



A perpetual motion experiment


Copyright © 1999. All Rights Reserved.

Author of this experiment:
Vincent Wee-Foo

Note: This experiment was independently discovered by the author in 1999. It was first shown to Dr. Brian Beh (Ph.D) at the building of his residence some months later.

The content of this article without adulteration, can be freely circulated with appropriate citation of sources, credit, and acknowledgement.


Remarks:

From a UVS perspective, the spinning of a suspended magnet in the anticlockwise direction, could be driven by the intrinsic spinning motion of Earth's magnetic field lines.

Nonetheless, it is not necessary to use a magnet for the experiment. Using a magnet with a stainless steel paperclip tied to a thread, merely has better controls, and therefore the experiment is easier to carry out for observing the subtle details.

A small object that is not a magnet of around 20g to 200g of any size in any shape freely suspended with a thin thread, can also be used for demonstrating the effect, albeit the object cannot be held stationary, and thus has lesser degree of control for doing the experiment. This thus rules out the Earth's magnetic field lines could be the cause for the spinning motion of the suspended object.

The Earth's magnetic field, which is a magnetic dipole

And to ensure the spinning of the object is not rendered by an unwinding thread that is being caused by the applied weight of the object, make a loop for the string to go around the paper clip, and then tie both ends of the string to one point at the ceiling. With this arrangement, any unwinding of the thread at one side spinning in one direction, would be mutually cancelled out by the unwinding of the thread at the other side in its opposite spinning direction. And the object will still be spinning in anti-clockwise direction in the experiment under such circumstances. This is suffice to show that its spin is not being transferred from the thread unwinding itself with the weight of the object.

If the spin is induced by the gravitational force of the Sun or the Moon with the rotation of the Earth, then when these celestial objects are in a Sun-Moon-Earth alignment, the suspended object should spin in one direction during the day, and then spin in the opposite direction during the night. But, the object could be observed to be spinning in the anti-clockwise direction when the experiment was conducted during the day or during the night when there was a Sun-Moon-Earth alignment, so the gravitational effect of the Sun or Moon acting on the suspended object on a rotating Earth, are thus ruled out.

Comments:
The freely suspended object that spins in this experiment, is being stationarily held at a fixed place by a building structure that rotates with the Earth. As thus, according to the postulation of Newtonian physics that gravity from the Earth is an internally pulled-in effect from matters, this experimentally observed perpetual motion would therefore be impossible; this perpetual motion experiment asserts that gravity is an externally pushed-in vortical effect of an open system as qualitatively predicted with UVS.

This experiment is not an alternative expression for Foucault pendulum, it is also not the working of Coriolis force that the stationarily held and freely suspended object can self-spin with acceleration. Coriolis force postulates its force causes moving objects on the surface of the Earth to be deflected to the right (with respect to the direction of travel) in the Northern Hemisphere and to the left in the Southern Hemisphere, the suspended object in this perpetual motion experiment spins in anti-clockwise direction in both hemispheres of the Earth.

Conclusion:
The demonstration of accelerated self-spinning for the suspended object that was held at a fixed place on Earth, is a qualitative proof that gravity is a manifestation of vortical push-in repulsion effect.

 

Gravity is a vortical repulsion effect. - UVS inspired -

 

 


 

 

References and links:
Spindle torus - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Open system
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Superconductor - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Superfluid - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bose-Einstein condensate - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Drinking bird - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Foucault pendulum - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coriolis force - By WW2010 from University of Illinois
Image for Torofluxus - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of the perpetual motion experiment - By Vincent Wee-Foo

 

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