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4 Responses to Follow me

  1. potterwill says:

    this is great 🙂 thank you for following my blog, I’m still new to it.

  2. Ian Webster says:

    Hi Anna,
    I’m trying to follow you, but each time it takes me to Feedburner and doesn’t seem to be accepting my email address. I dont want to go the Feedburner route. I just want an email when you post. Please help (if you can??)

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  4. Xavier A says:

    ELECTRICITY BY GRAVITATIONAL FORCE/SCIENCE/xavierraja Summary of inventionHere two Here there are two Aluminum Florence flasks A and C. One is length – wise shaped flask A and another one is oval shaped flask C just like a pot. Half of the pot shaped Florence flask contains water.The front portion of the length shaped flask D is immersed in water contained in Florence flask C. The Florence flask C is closed air tight along with the tube D. There is a clamp attached just above the part-C where the pot shaped flask C and the pipe D are in contact. Two long shafts are attached on two sides of the clamp. The two shafts are 180 phase difference between them.
    Two bearings are attached to the center of the two shafts..
    Other end of the tube D contains a hollow ball shaped cloth vessel. Outer surface of the hollow ball is covered by thick cloth. When the cloth gets wet, temperature inside A is reduced and the pressure inside also gets reduced and becomes a vacuum. In order to fill up the vacuum, water from the Florence flask C flows through D onto A.When water from D fills A its weight increases and it behaves like a lever moving downwards due to gravitational force. The Gear wheel which is attached to the shaft begins to rotate. Hence the armature coil of the Dynamo which is connected with the Gear wheel also rotates and produces the current. Thus the part A which behaves like a lever when it moves downwards rotates through an angle 135 and it is stopped by a steel stand.Now air rushes from pot C into flask A which in-turn creates water from A to flow back into pot C. Now the water from the A part flows through D onto the Florence flask C. Therefore the weight of C increases and it moves downwards due to gravitational force and A part move upwards. Hence the shaft and gear rotates the same angle 135 and the armature of the Dynamo which is connected to the Gear wheel also rotates and produces the current in the opposite direction.This process gets repeated and more amount of current are produced for every downward motion of A and C due to gravitational force. Thus we can obtain current for all the 24 hours of the day because of the availability of gravitational force.In this invention when we use serial (3to5) units continuous current can be derived. The current can be saved in a battery and can be used continuously. A small scale model is shown here. If we extend it in a large scale we can get enough current for domestic and for the industrial uses. The outer area of Part A can be cooled by few drops of water circulated once in a few hours. This is working in the principle of 100% gravitational force. So no extra energy is needed for operating this unit. It is similar to the lever principle.

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