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Published on Jan 28, 2009
The Finsrud Gravito Magnetic Device (GMD) analyzed: This is Reidar Finsrud from Norway. He was born 5 march 1946. He is a painter and a sculptor. One day he wanted to make an ashtray... floating on a magnetic field. It didn't work, he got angry and said: 'Not stable? Then I'll make it move!. that was in 1984. he thought and tried for many years. He studied the magnetic restlessness and what the best arrangement would be. He discovered that adding a normal pendulum, to the chaos pendulum, prolonged its activity. He used three pendulums to control it and made a track, He attached it to the chaos pendulum. Horseshoe magnets fixed to the pendulums were to control the movements of the setup, with on it a steel ball of 0.82 kg, 2,7''. The ball Passed a lever to drive the pendulums, but the unrest ended after a while, the ball stopped on the track. So he placed the setup on a column and created a vibrating connection. It took him many years to figure out the design of the vibratory unit between the ball and the top. This is the final building plan. In 1996 the ball finally kept moving! This newspaper picture was shot when the machine ran for 6 weeks. And so is it running ever since, with some maintenance now and then. Maintenance: 1) cleaning the track. 2) Redo the resin fix of the magnet array in the base. It is the first working perpetuum mobile in human history! Now, how must we explain this?
The device suggests this:
If we repel or expand from a diallel - towards the center - array of magnets and counter that force with the contraction or attraction of gravity driven magnets, then we can make a motor run given a cyclic setup containing a vibrating feedback loop.
In the video the technical and theoretical analysis.