|STATISTICS: Apollo Device
(13 active u /13 dual-axial u)
(1 u / 1 stem / 1 cycle)
EFFICIENCY: 1 ( 1 Ve / 1 VE )
If effective, this device depends on
continued vibrations, not to
generate perpetual motion, but
instead, to generate excess
energy. However, I admit that this
counts as a depletable source of
energy, technically. It is powered
by vibrations in the vertical rods.
Apollo Device: A Perpetual Motion Machine Concept
A device I thought of in December 2014, that may have existed in Ancient
Greece. This and other 'aparaton erhoton' probably dated to the time of the
so-called Antikythera Device, an early computer found off of the island of
How it May Operate:
A lever is used to cause vibrations in twelve vertical rods, arranged in a
circle, and connected by swivels.
The attachments are very small, and swivel in 360 degrees, allowing the
central circular support for the lever to swivel in 360 degrees also, causing
all of the small engagements to swing in one spatial direction at a time.
Predictably, the result includes some sideways justifications, which are
designed to create vibrations in the vertical rods.
As the rods vibrate, they create contingent motions in the central circle,
thus either preserving vibration or causing the circle to spin. The spin in
turn either preserves the vibrations or might be extracted as energy.
The principle of efficiency is that the central lever creates vibrations very
easily, and the vibrations are not just in one rod, but in twelve of them,
positioned around the central lever for efficiency.
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