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An alleged perpetual motion device currently in operation in an art gallery in Drobak, Norway.
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Finsrud perpetual magnet powered motion device ... All aboutthe Finsrud perpetual motion machine which is powered by permanent magnets ...
Finsrud perpetual motion machine - at least two people said they would try to replicate the design, but as of March 31, 2008, there are not reports of anyone actually doing this. (commenced April 02, 2005)
Can we see what powers the magnets under the floor influencing the swing of the three pendulums that reach the floor?
On March 31, 2008, New Energy Congress member,
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It does have permanent magnets, 4 horse shoe types (red). It also has 3 other red cylinders at 180 degrees apart above the ball.
The ball runs over some kind of lever or spring and this is the energy that it put into the long rods hanging below. Just a great demo of harmonics?
I would like to see the video show many more views of the device, i.e. top to bottom close ups. I would like to see a close up of the steel ball hitting the brass spring when it rolls around and the
spring interface and pivot location.
Why didn't the video guy take a close up of the information displayed by the device?
Still how much energy can it deliver?
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