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20 Nov 11 GE Electric Range Large Burner Infinite Switch Replacement (part #WB24T10027)

This video shows step-by-step instructions on replacing the larger burner infinite switch on GE, Hotpoint, RCA, and Moffat electric ranges. Buy part #WB24T10027 now: Tools Needed: Phillips head screwdriver, 1/4″ nut driver
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08 Jun 11 Perpetual Motion and Nikola Tesla (Tapping Infinite Energy) New site added, check it out if you want some pointers to developing the theory on a perpetual motion machine. Also working schematics and diagrams. : ) Let me first say something here. This is not perpetual motion in the sense that conventional science would normally think of it. First of all, the law of conversation of energy IS NOT broke here folks and complies fully with most known laws of physics. Those laws do stay intact indeed. However one law that has been broken because of it’s age old idea that needs revision is Lenz’s law. This law has been broken on two different occasions here, so then there is NO reflection back to the source by the slowing down of the rotor, therefore dwindling the generated energy. No energy is wasted here, every single bit of it is recycled, and then some. Perpetual motion is found everywhere in nature, an atom with the electrons spinning in orbit around the nucleus, the earth spinning around it’s star (Our sun), and so forth. As newton put it, an object in motion, tends to stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside source. So in this case a motor has all sorts of losses, resistive losses in the coil resistance, which is inevitable, air friction, gravity friction, and friction in the bearings and then of course bemf, which in this case has been completely eliminated and turned around to act as an advantage, not a hinderance. These frictions are very small losses and there is more than enough energy to compensate
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The 1992 explosion in Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest city, took place on April 22, 1992 in the downtown district of Analco. Numerous gasoline explosions in the sewer system over four hours destroyed 8 kilometers of streets.[1] Gante Street was the most damaged. Officially, by the Lloyds of London accounting, 252 people were killed, nearly 500 injured and 15000 were left homeless. The estimated monetary damage ranges between 0 million and billion. The affected areas can be recognized by the more modern architecture in the areas that were destroyed.[2] Three days before the explosion, residents started complaining of a strong gasoline-like smell coming from the sewers. Some residents even found gasoline coming out of their water pipes. City workers were dispatched to check the sewers and found dangerously high levels of gasoline fumes. Unfortunately, the city mayor did not feel it was necessary to evacuate the city because he felt that there was no risk for an explosion

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