# Stavinsky Paradox in Physics (The Energy of a Charged Body in freefall)

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Thu 19 Aug, 2010 07:53 am
The energy of a charged body in freefall
All bodies in free fall receive the same acceleration, in other words, the acceleration is not dependent on the mass of the body. This law was established by Galileo in 1583. And during the fall we see the law of conservation of energy: potential energy of the body is completely converted into kinetic energy when the body reaches the border of Earth. This position is well known and does not raise any objections.

But if this law is valid for all bodies, then it holds for the charged body. Let's assume that we from a height of 10 meters throw a charged body the weight of which is 1 kg, and its charge is equal to Q1. At this altitude the body has potential energy mgh. The potential energy of charge Q1 = 0, because the charge is not in a static field and its kinetic energy = 0, because the charge is in rest. Now the body starts to fall with an acceleration 9,8 m / sec, but with the same acceleration the electrical charge of this body moves as well , therefore, our charge is in motion and has kinetic energy. The total energy of the falling charged body consists of the kinetic energy of the body and its potential energy. At the moment of touching down the Earth the original potential energy of our body mgh fully converted into the kinetic energy, which is determined mvv / 2.

What happened to the kinetic energy of the charge Q1, this energy is fully transferred to the energy of an alternating magnetic field. Indeed, with an accelerated motion of a charged body, this charge we may be regarded as current, whose direction coincides with the direction of a falling body. The strength of this current increases all the time, because the charge together with the body acquires equal acceleration of 9,8 m/seksek. But if the speed of electric current changes, then around it an alternating magnetic field is created. At the time of contact with the ground the kinetic energy of the charge reaches its maximum value which converted to the magnetic field energy, which formed around it during its fall.

On the creation of this kinetic energy of the charge we did not spend any kinetic energy of the body mvv / 2, because if this was so, it would be contrary to the law of gravity, where all the bodies have the same acceleration. Moreover, if the charge Q1 is very large, its energy during the motion can be several times greater than the kinetic energy of a falling body. Question for physicists: Where did this energy come from? What is the total energy of the body in this case?

Free energy generator by Chas Campbell
Further, if the free fall of a charged body to replace by the motor, which will move the charge along an ellipse or a circle, in this case we obtain the same accelerated motion of the charge, which will create around itself an alternating magnetic field by using which we can power the generator. Here you have an engine of free energy. On this principle Australian Chas Campbell's generator is built.

Only he did not understand, like everybody else, the principle of its work, and therefore his generator has extra parts. General description of this generator is taken from Patrick Kelly website.
"He found that if he used an AC motor plugged into the mains that it was possible to get more work done that the amount it takes to drive the motor. He used his motor to drive a series of shafts one of which has a heavy flywheel mounted on it ..

The final shaft drives a standard electrical generator and Chas found that he could power electrical equipment from that generator, electrical mains equipment which required greater current that his main-driven motor did. Chas then took it one stage further and when the system was running at ful speed he switched his mains motor over from the wall socket to his own generator. The system continued to run powering itself and driving other equipment as well.

Conventional Science says that this is impossible, which just goes to show that conventional science just out of date and needs to be upgraded to cover system like this ... Here is a diagram of how Chas Cambell's system is set up."

And I discovered the principle of its work, based on this article.
The essence of this is. 1.Motor rotates the flywheel through the rubberized belt. 2. Flywheel using the same belt rotates the other shaft, which rotates the generator using rubberized belt. 3. During the work of the entire system due to friction between the belt and the shaft, the belt and the air, on the belt the electric charge is accumulated during a certain period of time (10-20 minutes). Once this charge has appeared on the rotating belt with variable acceleration then the charge receives the same acceleration, so around the generator this charged belt creates an alternating magnetic field (identical to the ac magnetic field generated by an alternator), which powers the generator producing free energy. This energy is created on the same principle as that of a free fall of a charged body, which I have described at the beginning.
The flywheel is used as a mechanical energy storage for the time off mains and connect the engine to the generator, the generator continued to work.

triclino

Sun 21 Aug, 2011 06:25 am
@IlyaStavinsky,
IlyaStavinsky wrote:

The energy of a charged body in freefall
All bodies in free fall receive the same acceleration, in other words, the acceleration is not dependent on the mass of the body. This law was established by Galileo in 1583. And during the fall we see the law of conservation of energy: potential energy of the body is completely converted into kinetic energy when the body reaches the border of Earth. This position is well known and does not raise any objections.

But if this law is valid for all bodies, then it holds for the charged body. Let's assume that we from a height of 10 meters throw a charged body the weight of which is 1 kg, and its charge is equal to Q1. At this altitude the body has potential energy mgh. The potential energy of charge Q1 = 0, because the charge is not in a static field and its kinetic energy = 0, because the charge is in rest. Now the body starts to fall with an acceleration 9,8 m / sec, but with the same acceleration the electrical charge of this body moves as well , therefore, our charge is in motion and has kinetic energy. The total energy of the falling charged body consists of the kinetic energy of the body and its potential energy. At the moment of touching down the Earth the original potential energy of our body mgh fully converted into the kinetic energy, which is determined mvv / 2.

What happened to the kinetic energy of the charge Q1, this energy is fully transferred to the energy of an alternating magnetic field. Indeed, with an accelerated motion of a charged body, this charge we may be regarded as current, whose direction coincides with the direction of a falling body. The strength of this current increases all the time, because the charge together with the body acquires equal acceleration of 9,8 m/seksek. But if the speed of electric current changes, then around it an alternating magnetic field is created. At the time of contact with the ground the kinetic energy of the charge reaches its maximum value which converted to the magnetic field energy, which formed around it during its fall.

On the creation of this kinetic energy of the charge we did not spend any kinetic energy of the body mvv / 2, because if this was so, it would be contrary to the law of gravity, where all the bodies have the same acceleration. Moreover, if the charge Q1 is very large, its energy during the motion can be several times greater than the kinetic energy of a falling body. Question for physicists: Where did this energy come from? What is the total energy of the body in this case?

Free energy generator by Chas Campbell
Further, if the free fall of a charged body to replace by the motor, which will move the charge along an ellipse or a circle, in this case we obtain the same accelerated motion of the charge, which will create around itself an alternating magnetic field by using which we can power the generator. Here you have an engine of free energy. On this principle Australian Chas Campbell's generator is built.

Only he did not understand, like everybody else, the principle of its work, and therefore his generator has extra parts. General description of this generator is taken from Patrick Kelly website.
"He found that if he used an AC motor plugged into the mains that it was possible to get more work done that the amount it takes to drive the motor. He used his motor to drive a series of shafts one of which has a heavy flywheel mounted on it ..

The final shaft drives a standard electrical generator and Chas found that he could power electrical equipment from that generator, electrical mains equipment which required greater current that his main-driven motor did. Chas then took it one stage further and when the system was running at ful speed he switched his mains motor over from the wall socket to his own generator. The system continued to run powering itself and driving other equipment as well.

Conventional Science says that this is impossible, which just goes to show that conventional science just out of date and needs to be upgraded to cover system like this ... Here is a diagram of how Chas Cambell's system is set up."

And I discovered the principle of its work, based on this article.
The essence of this is. 1.Motor rotates the flywheel through the rubberized belt. 2. Flywheel using the same belt rotates the other shaft, which rotates the generator using rubberized belt. 3. During the work of the entire system due to friction between the belt and the shaft, the belt and the air, on the belt the electric charge is accumulated during a certain period of time (10-20 minutes). Once this charge has appeared on the rotating belt with variable acceleration then the charge receives the same acceleration, so around the generator this charged belt creates an alternating magnetic field (identical to the ac magnetic field generated by an alternator), which powers the generator producing free energy. This energy is created on the same principle as that of a free fall of a charged body, which I have described at the beginning.
The flywheel is used as a mechanical energy storage for the time off mains and connect the engine to the generator, the generator continued to work.

These are the words of a physicist:

"They both have the same acceleration from gravity, but the acceleration of a body depends on the total force, and there is an additional force on the accelerating charged particle. The "analysis" is simply ignoring it. Accelerating charges radiate. That causes (on average) an acceleration in the opposite direction"

Meaning that the charged body will hit the ground with an acceleration less than 9,m/s^2.

Hence part of its kinetic energy will be transformed into radiant energy.

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