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How It Works:

This machine is based on a simple principle – i.e., when an object is placed on a higher level, gravitational force pulls it towards a lower level and thereby gains kinetic energy on its way down.  This kinetic energy can be transformed into electrical energy.


At that lower level, in an air block, the object enters into a water block (via a proprietary mechanism). Because the density of that object is lower than water (<0.80, per the Archimedes Principle), due to that lesser density, the object travels upward and rises up on top of the water block.  This motion can be transformed into electrical energy. At the top, the object moves from the water to the air block.

This is a continuous endless cycle (not perpetual), utilizing minimal energy in the transfer.


The velocity of the object (in air and water) is 10 meters per second. The lifting and lowering of the object is done in a precise manner (via proprietary design).


For this operation, the timing pulley and timing belt rotate precisely to harvest electrical energy from that  mentioned kinetic energy in a defined period of time.


Thirteen spheres of same weights with density of <0.80 placed in air block and water block as shown in Figure move via gravitational pull and buoyancy.



To re-state:


The sphere moves from the higher level to the lower level due to the gravitational force and gains kinetic energy.  This kinetic energy is utilized to generate electrical energy.


At the lower level, the sphere enters water block via the mechanism employed.  The density of object is lower than water <0.80, so it travels upward and rises up on top of the water block. From the water block, the object moves to an air block via the mechanism as shown in Figure.


In the air block, due to the gravitational pull of our Earth, the sphere moves downward and, thus, builds up kinetic energy. Again, the sphere enters the water block and rises due to buoyant force.


This is a continuous endless cycle, but not perpetual as it requires energy to make the transfer; we get this energy from Gravity and Buoyancy.   

[Thermodynamic Laws are satisfied as 70%* of the energy moves the spheres from water to air and from air to water. Proprietary considerations affect all our disclosures here. *Example.]