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Article By: ngawuka
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many maximum speed sufficient to drive the electrical generator, but I thought about them long enough and is great is not it? these are so super powerful magnets industrial type, I will say that you can not stack them in some way to rotate with the wheel strength and speed of the generator rotor "forever".


Submitted:Feb 29, 2012    Reads: 3    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


good that such'm new to this great community, wanted to discuss and dispel some doubts about generating free energy free from so many plans out there I have thought about getting some more or less big boy engine that generates voltage output rotate (a dynamo) good apart from the problem of devising the mechanism to apply mechanical force either by pedal a bicycle, a river, an animal in a wheel etc ... I would like to know what kind of motor is one that can easily generate enough energy to power a laptop does not require having to rotate at very high speed, I mean? for example out of a vacuum cleaner, a tractor, not ... is what I have doubts too.
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out there long ago I read about a project where kids bicycle pedals adapted to a generator and about 6 cm by 16 cm, I mean it is feasible to make a generator to power a laptop or any other similar device.

good at getting out of the usual application of force generators out there I'm reading and researching we can make a wheel with magnets attached to the broken engine and other surface put some magnets so that the magnets repelaran wheel with those who are located on the chassis assembly, so the wheel will rotate indefinitely if not forever, nor how many maximum speed sufficient to drive the electrical generator, but I thought about them long enough and is great is not it? these are so super powerful magnets industrial type, I will say that you can not stack them in some way to rotate with the wheel strength and speed of the generator rotor "forever".





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