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Leonardo Da Vinci was not wrong!

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Entrepreneur Yoster Power Solutions

Sadok JABLI Researcher, Inventor, Founder of Yoster Power Solutions. I am passionate about inventions, research and entrepreneurship. In late 2021, I managed to publish a new scientific theory...

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Leonardo Da Vinci was not wrong!

Leonardo Da Vinci was not wrong

Leonardo Da Vinci was not mistaken when he designed a gravitational turbine which produces mechanical energy by exploiting the gravitational force and his idea has no relation to the term "perpetual motion". I proved by precise calculations that it is a technical solution thanks to which gravity can become a source of renewable energy without violating any of the laws of thermodynamics. I think the term "perpetual motion" was coined to obscure a certain aspect of physics in order to protect the oil industry in the last century and prevent the teaching and the research in this branch of physics. If the turbine designed by Leonardo da Vinci falls under the term perpetual motion, what do you think of the spontaneous flow of water from a closed barrel connected to the sea on one side and open on the other, is it also perpetual motion? Of course not, because perpetual motion cannot exist in reality, and if there is motion, it means that the laws of thermodynamics have been respected. It's just that Leonardo da Vinci didn't know about friction and material strength science but in 2021 I developed Leonardo da Vinci's turbine and I used it to prove the new scientific theory of energy production by means of new natural forces such as the forces of atmospheric pressure, hydrostatic pressure, gravity and the forces of certain rare metals such as neodymium and others.

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New theory of energy production exploiting constant natural forces, Study of a gravitational turbine:

Just as researchers previously found the appropriate technical solution that made the sun a source of free renewable energy, I found multiple technical solutions to make gravity, atmospheric pressure, hydrostatic pressure, forces of rare metals and other natural forces a clean and free renewable energy sources.

 I invite manufacturers interested in finding a definitive solution to the current energy crisis to try to manufacture the gravitational turbine described in this research with the same dimensions and metals mentioned, and they will obtain 8MW of clean energy, this gravitational turbine is not subject to any industrial property and you can use it for free.

Our success in manufacturing these systems will bring about the biggest and fastest change in human history, as the energy will be in the hands of the people, man will rapidly transform from a failed being struggling daily for survival with the possibility of self-destruction at any moment to a self-sufficient being striving only for prosperity and peace.

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Jim Stack on Oct 12, 2022

A few great ideas from Leonado. Renewable Energy is very similar to perpetual energy. I use Solar thermal and solar PV everyday and it never runs out. I love steady 24/7 hydro power. Mechanical or electrical is all great and never ending. 


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