several videos available on Youtube of hard-working inventors seeking to discover the Holy Grail that is Overunity. Unfortunately, as many have pointed out in the comments sections of these videos, their efforts are doomed to failure; as the 1st and 2nd Law of Thermodynamics prohibits any such action.
Despite this, a recent innovation in the field of Overuntiy is leading some to believe that the answer to all our energy needs is just around the corner. The Calloway V Gate is a method of configuring your magnets, either on a flat surface or on a wheel, to produce kinetic energy. While the results can sometimes be impressive, the Calloway V Gate is ultimately a disappointment, because it fails to address the problem that seems to compound all such devices; the famous 'dreaded' sticking-spot. The sticking-spot is located at or around the Gates, and succeeds in producing attractive/repulsive forces which serve to slow down the motion of the wheel as a whole. While critics of Overunity generators point to this failure as confirmation of the incontrovertible Laws of Thermodynamics, they fail to adequately account for the interplay of physical forces, which reciprocate this slowdown. I feel that a full understanding of the interplay of physical forces would help researchers to overcome the stumbling blocks that have plagued overunity since its inception; or, in the very least, convince them to stop wasting their time.
This diagram is of a Mobius resistor, a resistor that uses counter-flowing
currents to cancel the self-inductance.
With that in mind, I will present my own ideas of how best to overcome the 'sticking-spot' and, by-doing-so, hopefully inspire somebody out there to test out my theory. The most convincing argument I have ever heard for a perpetual motion machine relied on syphoning energy from higher-dimensional realms. While such a device is plainly impossible by today's standards, it is nevertheless possible to produce objects (such as the Mobius Strip), which exhibit characteristics of a higher-dimensional object. The Mobius Strip consists of one strip of plain paper curled back on itself in a loop, with the addition of a half-twist. Mathematically, this gives the paper the property of only having one side and one edge, something which has all the baffling hallmarks of overunity. I therefore conclude that the addition of a half-twist into Calloway's model might be the missing ingredient, which would allow us to circumvent the sticking-spot, or at least disengage the magnets long enough to allow momentum of the wheel to carry over into the next cycle.