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Directory:G Force Rotational machine

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An Armenian inventor has demonstrated a machine that harnesses gravitational energy to turn a 3 meter diameter wheel, to which a 300KVA electric generator is attached. It allegedly requires no outside energy whatsoever. All that is necessary to turn it on is to release the brake.

Though modern physics would predict this to be impossible, a There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] has been released to us that shows the machine in operation.

This machine has been under development since 1967. The first working model was demonstrated in 1993 and allegedly put out 15 KVA. The present model allegedly puts out 300 KVA (~250 Watts).

The machine has not run more than few hours at a time as they felt that was not necessary because of the fact that a proof of concept was accomplished successfully. The machine has been tested by the Armenian government but not yet by an international testing organization.

The endurance of the machine, comprised mostly mechanical parts such as ball bearings, hinges, transmission gears, and metal rods will be optimized to be built to the highest standard of quality. It is said to be scalable. The bigger the diameter the more torque to run a more powerful electrical generator.

The first commercial model is expected to be delivered in around one year (as of Jan. 2008).

An answer to the question of how something so monumental could be around since 1993 and the world not know about it, is partially answered by the cultural climate of Armenia, which is very private, not seeking the spotlight, as is the case in many Western cultures.


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Official Website


Latest Developments

Jan. 13, 2008

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Jan. 4, 2008

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The last enhancement was added to the patent.


Patented in 20 European countries

1 7 1993

15 KVA unit demonstrated. See There was an error working with the wiki: Code[3].



(42 seconds)

G Force Rotational machine - (Posted by PESNetwork YouTube Jan. 8, 2008)

This brief video, date stamped 1 7 1993, is not skeptic proof. It doesn't give a full walk-around to show the device from all angles to satisfy the question of whether some other mechanism might be causing the device to spin. It does show serious-looking people watching on which does lend it some credibility.


The first working model was patented in 20 European countries in 1993. The last enhancement was added to the patent in 2005.

The latest patent for enhancement (2005) claims that it can produce 300KVA.



The inventor is a 69 year old Armenian mechanical Engineer. (As of Jan. 2008) He has spent more than 30 years of his life developing this machine.

Business Developer: Khalil M. Niazy

For a long time, out of patriotism, the inventor refused many offers from outside his country, fearing that the credit would go to whoever finances the commercial production.

Dr. Niazy has been successful in persuading the inventor to accept the manufacturing of this machine outside of his country, and has succeeded in finding venture capital to finance the production of the first commercial model in return for exclusive marketing rights and royalty payments for him from sales.


See Talk:Directory:G Force Rotational machine.


Dr. Khalil M. Niazy

Business Developmant Consultant


email: []

See also

Directory:Gravity Motors

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