- May 17, 2005
- Interior British Columbia
That there in bold is one of the funniest, and maybe the saddest, of the willfully stupid statements I have yet seen produced, and having spent almost thirty years in the Military, that is saying a fair bit!I have shown my work before. It does not matter if someone might find it interesting. It only matters who is offended by it.
I'll show what I built and how if modified would agree with what Bessler said he built in 1712. With what I built, if I switched to tapered
roller bearings then it might work.
You keep on changing the subject. Are you going to produce something, or just talk about other things as if they somehow give a reason for your failures?
Here's a hint for you! Air Bearings. So close to zero friction, although not quite there! And another sadder one. If it could be made to work, it already would have been!
Maybe while you are so busy doing math that agrees with your theories, do some to figure out where the energy is going, between friction losses, and the energy (mysteriously unaccounted for!) to flip those weights from dangling down, to out sideways, supposedly providing energy to the wheel.
Another one, to solve the 'church lady next door' noise issue. Hand tools! Planes, hand saws scrapers, sandpaper, etc. All run quiet and allow progress without noise!
I don't really care about whether you had a tough go. So did lots of folks. I don't care so much that you claim to have f**ked my mother either, as it gives me insight in to your mental capacities.
Citizenship issues are easy to deal with! Become one! Thousands of boat people managed. Should be a cakewalk for ya!
Hell, produce a Besslers wheel with a motor on it to turn it, for all I care, as long as it doesn't look like a crafts project from the 'special kids' school. Which, base on my observations of some of the special kids doing woodwork, is more than just a little slight of their capabilities. A stretch for yours, though...