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Discussion page for OS:Scott F. Hall:Gravity Motor A
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http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/pes_hall/ - Yahoo!Group started on Aug. 1, 2007 to facilitate in the replicating, characterization, improvement, and development of Scott Hall's concepts into something practical.
On Aug. 9, 2007, User:Niente wrote:
I think wheels are put on a slope. I'd like to see a demonstration on an apartment floor, near a measuring vial.
On Aug. 9, 2007
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All Garage floors slope to the outside to prevent water from pooling inside in case of flood, rain, plumbing leaks, or car leaks.
Please perform the tests going both directions on the floor.
If it works one way but not the other you need to rethink your conclusions.
There is a reason no one tries building these things. Because its already been done countless times without any positive results other than false positives like I believe you are experiencing.
You said, "That is a flat surface."
Your reference does not prove the surface is flat.
You could prove it with a level that can be bought at the local hardware store.
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