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Geavity energy generator

Discussion in 'Science' started by vipera2006, Dec 9, 2017.


Gravity energy generator?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  3. Maybe

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  1. vipera2006

    vipera2006 New commenter

    If u compress a fluid it creates a higher boyent force to any object in it that compress at a higher pressure.

    When decompressing the fluid you will get back the energy u put in to compress it(not taken in consideration friction), regardless of any movment by the object. Moving the object higher when the fluid is compressed and let it drop when fluid is decompressed allows for force gain from gravity. The system will be using more then gaining but if u dont look at friction you can see that this is a way to show you could harness energy from gravity. gravity energy generator?
  2. blazer

    blazer Star commenter

    You have always been able to harness energy from gravity. Did you never own a cuckoo clock?
  3. gainly

    gainly Star commenter

    Hydroelectricity harnesses energy from gravity.
  4. vipera2006

    vipera2006 New commenter

    A dam is a system that cant be used anywhere else but by water. This would be different. Also if water got evaporated the dam would stop producing. This is one time fill

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