|IDEA BY:||Kenneth Rodgers||LOCATION:||Canada||CATEGORY:||Environment/Sustainability|
|IDEA BY:||Kenneth Rodgers|
This machine is comprised of a massive saltwater column and a massive pressurized air column in an ocean. Where a cascade of massive buoyant balls are dropped in the pressurized air column that turn turbines to produce energy, then they go through a gateway system at the bottom of the air column to the saltwater column. Where the buoyant balls rise and turn more turbines, which then go through a gateway at the top to be dropped again (perpetually cyclical). Note: buoyant objects do have lots of mass like a hard plastic ball the size of a house or greater with an aluminum shell and cork inside or ships, buoys. Note: the columns are essentially infinite with essentially small static energy demanding gateways allowing infinite energy to be produced. Note: the air column is pressurized to allow the balls to travel through the air to water column more easily (same pressure). Note: the turbine arms can use leverage to produce more energy by cranking the turbines more easily. Note: the turbine arms in the saltwater can be two triangular "fingers" to lessen drag and the turbine can be balanced through buoyancy. Perpetual motion: if this machine was placed on a giant ball the size of a planet, in empty space, and the boundary line for the machine was around both, using massive amounts of insulation and slightly heating the saltwater; there would still be massive amounts of energy exiting the boundary line but nothing changes inside the boundary line and nothing enters. Scientists: where does this energy come from? Implications: the degradation of atoms due to gravitational and buoyant fields, leading to the degradation of gravity and buoyancy (affects the work on black holes). I dedicate this machine to my children: Ella, Griffin and Liam. I love you.