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Perpetual Motion Reality by Peter Lindemann - Official Discussion

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  • Perpetual Motion Reality by Peter Lindemann - Official Discussion

    This thread is for the discussion of the concepts in Perpetual Motion Reality.

    Please only post in this thread if you either purchased this video presentation or you attended the Bedini-Lindemann 2012 Science & Technology Conference.

    If you did not purchase this video and did not attend the conference, please see this thread: Perpetual Motion Reality
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    Hi, Mr. Lindemann. I did purchase your video recently. I greatly appreciate the history lesson. I would like to try to build the device you showed using the Nitinol springs, but I am one of those that are just getting by financially. So, it will have to wait a bit. I am a member of a group calling them selves "The Geek Group." located in Grand Rapids Mi. With their help, I might be able to build one eventually. Though, I am wondering if you have already done so?

    detrix42

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    • #3
      Another great presentation. I really love how you go through the history too. It gives the bigger picture.

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      • #4
        Found it interesting and fascinating and kept me watching.

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        • #5
          Hi

          I tried to find more info about the heating circuit with the cap, "Modern regenerative circuit" or something like it; but could not find much.
          Eventually I may try it with random components as it is quite simple...
          Are there any folks online doing tests with it?

          D.

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