Forum Replies Created

Viewing 12 replies - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)
sort on most likes
helper
30/05/2020 at 04:20
0

Good news, There is a workspace in Bali already. https://www.facebook.com/PreciousPlasticBali/ Perhaps you can contact them. Saya belajar bahasa Indonesia,saya tinggal di Indonesia tiga tahun:)

helper
14/03/2020 at 17:57
1

Thank you for helping @craigglewis !
I will try to make one. I will show it when I am done.
I will learn your project too, it looks really interesting.

Thanks,
Ryoma

helper
14/03/2020 at 17:43
1

My current thought:
If we can make the air circulate is it possible to not add ANY air except at the beginning? Just drawing some stuff, I just like doing this. 😀

Thanks,
Ryoma

Attachments:
helper
14/03/2020 at 16:55
1

A relaxing(in my opinion) video with orange and sparkling water. But SOMETHING related to this forum:
1: Orange seeds sink because it is just heavier than water
2: Seeds and gas stick together
3: Seeds float
ENERGY ( 99% for relaxing, 1% for electricity???) from soda and orange 😀
Here is the video: I can’t upload it here because it is too BIG.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_t2j48djkB7tzsjwEitdlRxgGjbaJIit/view?usp=sharing

helper
14/03/2020 at 14:08
1

Hello @craigglewis,
I just found an interesting machine from Japan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Vc80_ZdFoQ&t=8s
It works like this:
Ping pong ball falls down from the top, spinning a generator and dropping into water, and float to the top. I don’t know how they separate water and air, but it is an interesting project. It already got a patent in Japan. http://www.gb-urawa.com/contents/category/eco/ this is a website of that company…in Japanese
However, this is not a perpetual motion machine because it needs a little water to keep moving.

Thanks,
Ryoma
I also have followed Dr.Robert Murray Smith. I am still digging on it.

helper
12/03/2020 at 14:17
1

Hello, I am really interested in this project.
I am not an expert like you in this area,
but is it possible to combine with generators like small solar power so that we don’t waste energy?
Interested in how you can use this to tackle waste problem. Can be plastic, energy, single-use batteries or things I don’t even know. Also, this might help Project Kamp’s energy problem. Project Kamp is another project by Dave Hakkens. I think this site can explain better than me: https://projectkamp.com/
About the electricity problem in project Kamp, some people are planning to use gas…I want to avoid that if possible. Here is the forum about it: https://davehakkens.nl/community/forums/topic/energy-how-to-survive-in-winter/
I hope this helped you in some way,

Thanks,
Ryoma at Jakarta
P.S. Sorry for bad English, I am Japanese

helper
11/03/2020 at 05:32
0

An old interesting toy from Japan… only needs water, so not perpetual… but just for fun:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7S-9UghcAs
Not suitable for generating electricity because it has low power, but fun to research!

helper
11/03/2020 at 04:08
0

Can power up 60 homes per turbine, Looks good!

helper
10/03/2020 at 17:49
0

Can micro-hydro electricity be a candidate?. Is the water freezing in Netherland? (Sorry I am Japanese) Hydroelectricity is green, reliable and safe, but can have an effect on nature. Open the link to find out more.  https://energyinformative.org/hydroelectric-energy-pros-and-cons/
This might be one candidate to be a candidate for this project, NOT HARMFUL TO NATURE 😀
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bhyi1DjGti8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiefORPamLU
I don’t know about costs, but maybe this can be our side-project…maybe?
I just wanted to add an idea.

helper
10/03/2020 at 08:12
0

Kind of scary, but very interesting!!!
You made my day!!!
“The important thing is to never stop questioning”-Albert Einstein
This is one of my favourite quotes before I even started learning English

helper
10/03/2020 at 07:26
0

Thank you for the reply btpound, I really liked it! This topic and your reply have made a great learning opportunity for the school-closure holiday… I like to think about these things when I am bored.

Also, is the earth perpetual? I hope???

helper
09/03/2020 at 17:35
0

P.S.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-QgGXbDyR0&t=3s
This is a Ted-ed video about a perpetual motion machine. It’s about 6 minutes long.
Also, aren’t we perpetual? just interested in these things

Viewing 12 replies - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)