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  • i will be doing a 3D simulation to explain my project in more detailed so every one can understand the model.let me say this, the piston and the structure including the magnet that pushes it down are two different body as far law of motion is concerned. the piston is attached to the structure by a rubber band alone ,therefore it is free to move only effected by the magnetic force. the point here is the piston is being launched by the rubber band after it has been stretched by the magnetic force(note it is still independent from the structure) like a rocket launched up then hits a sealing(the force acting here is between the piston and the band)- we can all agree that there is a temporary lift- when the piston moves down it is not being launched down rather pushed (the forces acting here…

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    i will be doing a 3D simulation to explain my project in more detailed so every one can understand the model.let me say this, the piston and the structure including the magnet that pushes it down are two different body as far law of motion is concerned. the piston is attached to the structure by a rubber band alone ,therefore it is free to move only effected by the magnetic force. the point here is the piston is being launched by the rubber band after it has been stretched by the magnetic force(note it is still independent from the structure) like a rocket launched up then hits a sealing(the force acting here is between the piston and the band)- we can all agree that there is a temporary lift- when the piston moves down it is not being launched down rather pushed (the forces acting here is between the structure(including the magnet applying the force) and the piston.

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  • I was trying to be brief here to avoid having to repeat my self, that's why i provided extra links on my blog above.but am glad it got you tinkeringLet me put things in perspective i had said LT2G uses "horse power to combust" like any other engine the motion of the piston are co-joined . Like i had mentioned in step 4 piston "there are two methods in achieving that" see brief pic attached!with every engine when fuel combusts in the engine and pushes the piston downwards ,the piston then gives some thrust to the wheel (180* rotation) in doing so it also pushes the second piston in position so it can later provide the other (180* rotation) to complete the 360* needed by the wheel. That"s what makes the engine more powerful.Here's a simple lever balancing scale anal…

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    I was trying to be brief here to avoid having to repeat my self, that's why i provided extra links on my blog above.but am glad it got you tinkeringLet me put things in perspective i had said LT2G uses "horse power to combust" like any other engine the motion of the piston are co-joined . Like i had mentioned in step 4 piston "there are two methods in achieving that" see brief pic attached!with every engine when fuel combusts in the engine and pushes the piston downwards ,the piston then gives some thrust to the wheel (180* rotation) in doing so it also pushes the second piston in position so it can later provide the other (180* rotation) to complete the 360* needed by the wheel. That"s what makes the engine more powerful.Here's a simple lever balancing scale analogy i used in my blog .Imagine the two piston placed each on either side of the scale when one piston gets pulled down(whatever the force may be) the other piston on the opposite hand will move up.Motion of the downwards inertia is transferred to the other piston in doing so they aid each other in both up and down motion like pedaling a bicycle! that's where the extra force is coming ,the energy is conserved not a 100% there's no external force however.Yes there is a loss in energy but it proved enough to overcome it's weight and no you are wrong the up and downwards forces are not near equal.The upward force is being launched up by the rubber band alone more like a free fall but upwards(not ignoring gravity) meanwhile, the bar magnet and electromagnet push each other, the piston is not launched down it's pushed so it can in turn stretches the rubber band to launched the piston like a rocket.Yes i was able to maintain the frequency that's why i use more then one piston, as you see on the beginning of the video i struggled to lift it using my hands but i adjusted frequency as i went. the 555 is what can maintain, increase or decrease frequency not the relay in the test i used the relay meaning my hand was switching the relay not the electromagnet so when my hand is removed the current is still flowing am just simply switching between the two electromagnet.hope i answered most of your questions as for the fraudulent part of the video the proof is in the pudding DIY! see my 3D simulation soon

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  • I was trying to be brief here to avoid having to repeat my self, that's why i provided extra links on my blog above.Let me put things in perspective i had said LT2G uses "horse power to combust" like any other engine the motion of the piston are co-joined.Like i said had mentioned in step 4 piston "there are two methods in achieving that" see brief pic attached! with every engine when fuel combusts in the engine and pushes the piston downwards ,the piston then gives some thrust to the wheel (180* rotation) in doing so it also pushes the second piston in position so it can later provide the other (180* rotation) to complete the 360* needed by the wheel. That"s what makes the engine more powerful.Here's a simple lever balancing scale analogy i used in my blog .Ima…

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    I was trying to be brief here to avoid having to repeat my self, that's why i provided extra links on my blog above.Let me put things in perspective i had said LT2G uses "horse power to combust" like any other engine the motion of the piston are co-joined.Like i said had mentioned in step 4 piston "there are two methods in achieving that" see brief pic attached! with every engine when fuel combusts in the engine and pushes the piston downwards ,the piston then gives some thrust to the wheel (180* rotation) in doing so it also pushes the second piston in position so it can later provide the other (180* rotation) to complete the 360* needed by the wheel. That"s what makes the engine more powerful.Here's a simple lever balancing scale analogy i used in my blog .Imagine the two piston placed each on either side of the scale when one piston gets pulled down(whatever the force may be) the other piston on the opposite hand will move up.Motion of the downwards inertia is transferred to the other piston in doing so they aid each other in both up and down motion like pedaling a bicycle! that's where the extra force is coming ,the energy is conserved not a 100% there's no external force however.Yes there is a loss in energy but it proved enough to overcome it's weight and no you are wrong the up and downwards forces are not near equal.The upward force is being launched up by the rubber band alone more like a free fall but upwards(not ignoring gravity) meanwhile, the bar magnet and electromagnet push each other, the piston is not launched down it's pushed so it can in turn stretches the rubber band to launched the piston like a rocket.Yes i was able to maintain the frequency that's why i use more then one piston, as you see on the beginning of the video i struggled to lift it using my hands but i adjusted frequency as i went. the 555 is what can maintain, increase or decrease frequency not the relay in the test i used the relay meaning my hand was switching the relay not the electromagnet so when my hand is removed the current is still flowing am just simply switching between the two electromagnet.hope i answered most of your questions as for the fraudulent part of the video the proof is in the pudding DIY!

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