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This clean energy idea is essentially a perpetual motion design. The design has been refused a UK Patent, but the reason was not very definitive, so there is still a suggestion that it could be a viable system. The motivation would be that there is a net upwards force if you have only one float on either side. I do not have the resources to work on it by myself. If you add-up the forces over the whole device, they appear to produce an assymetry that can be used to power the movement. The amount of power that could be produced is still unclear, but would this defy the laws of thermodynamics which state that the total amount of energy remains constant? Are the forces on Planet Earth not asymmetric locally, for example?


Moving up, closes to facilitate upwards motion.


Moving down, opens to impede upwards motion.


Even forces over large basin area.


The design makes a couple of changes compared to other water float designs. The first thing is that the float system runs around a wire framework that is placed in a larger basin of water. This would remove the local forces inside a tube, for example. The second thing is the float design itself, which opens and closes in one direction only, rather like the human hand. This means that the float shape is different on the two sides of the path that it moves around. This has been proven to produce asymmetric forces that by themselves, would encourage the float on one side to move upwards in preference of a float on the other side. So there is now an excess of force to help to move the floats around.

Funding and Collaboration

The invention still needs to be fully developed and tested. An outright sale is also on offer.


A 'floats in water' system for perpetual-like motion.


Water forces can be even and the float forces asymmetric.


Asymmetry gives a net upwards force that can move the floats around.


Cheap clean energy.

Let's Get in Touch

If you are interested and wish to collaborate, then please send me an email.

Wind Turbine

A more conventional wind turbine design can be found here.

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