As
Explained by the LeeTseung Lead Out Theory
By:
Lawrence Tseung
Version
3.0 on October 25, 2007
Note:
The major change to V3.0 is the realization that the Ideal Pulse
Force for a Pendulum is the Pull applied perpendicular to the arc of
motion at the maximum displaced positions. This Pull will Lead Out
the maximum Gravitational Energy via the Tension in the String.
Similarly, the best Pulse Force for rotating systems is tangential to
the radius (or in the direction of rotation). The rotating systems
should rotate faster due to the Pulse Force and rotate slower due to
External Load (friction, work etc.).
Contents:
1.
Boat in Calm Water and
Good Sunshine Scenario
2.
The Development History
of the Cosmic Energy Inventions
3.
The Indirect use of
Gravitational Energy (Still Air etc.)
4.
Explaining
the LeeTseung Lead Out theory via the application of Pull to the
simple pendulum
4.1
The First Pull of the Pendulum Bob to the LHS
4.2
The Second Pull when the Bob is at the maximum LHS position
4.3
The Third Pull when the Bob has swung to the maximum RHS position
4.4
The Subsequent pulls at the maximum displaced LHS/RHS positions.
4.5
Summary and Implication of the new calculations
5.
The Direct use of
Gravitational and Electron Motion Energy
5.1
First Generation (Extract Energy via cutting Earth’s Magnetic
Field)
5.2
Second Generation (Extract Energy from Gravity)
5.3
Third Generation (Use of Intelligent Chips)
5.4
Fourth Generation (Extract Energy via Change of Magnetic Flux)
5.5
Fifth Generation (Improving the Third Generation over 100 times)
6.
Explaining the operation
of the TPU (for comparison)
7.
Summary
8.
Appendix
A – The mathematical calculation of forces on the Pendulum
4.
Explaining the LeeTseung Lead Out theory via the application of Push
and/or
Pull
to the simple pendulum
We
can now describe how Cosmic Energy can be Led Out from:
(1)
The first pull of the
pendulum from rest position to LHS
(2)
The second pull from the
maximum position on LHS
(3)
The third pull after the
pendulum swings to the maximum position on the RHS
(4)
The subsequent repeat of
(2) and (3)
(5)
The extension to Magnetic
Fields (Electron Motion)
(6)
The extension to Electric
Fields (Electron Motion)
(7)
The extension to
unbalanced rotations
(8)
The extension to pulsed
balanced rotations
9)
The extension to flux
change systems
10)
The extension to Flying
Saucers
It
was like building a jigsaw puzzle. Lee and I had the basic idea in
2004. As we put in additional pieces, the picture became clearer and
clearer.
4.1
The First Pull of the Pendulum Bob to the LHS
We
can clearly apply the Vector Mathematics of Integrals to this
situation. The Pendulum Bob starts from rest. This means it is
suspended vertically with no motion. We then apply a Horizontal Pull
on the Pendulum Bob to move it to the LHS. The Pendulum Bob moves to
the LHS and rises slightly upwards. We can use the Law of
parallelogram of forces for analysis.
We
can resolve the force into the vertical and horizontal components.
There are three forces acting on the Pendulum Bob:
1.
The gravitational force
F1g,
2.
The Tension of the String
F1s and
3.
The Horizontal Pull F1p.
These
three forces are at equilibrium when the Pendulum is pulled to the
LHS.
We
can resolve the displacement into it’s vertical and horizontal
components. The horizontal displacement is Lsin(a). The vertical
displacement is L(1cos(a)).
The
Horizontal Work Done (Energy Supplied) is by the Horizontal Pull
only.
The
value = F1p x Lsin(a)
The
Vertical Work Done is by the Vertical Component of the String.
The
value = (F1s x cos(a) x L(1cos(a)) = F1g x L(1cos(a))

Figure
4.1 The First Pull
The
first Pull on the Pendulum is from the rest
position to the LHS.
The
three forces acting on the Pendulum Bob
are:
F1g
= Force due to Gravity (weight)
F1s
= Force due to Tension of String
F1p
= Horizontal Pull


Figure
4.2 The Displacement
L
= Length of the String
Horizontal
Displacement = Lsin(a)
Vertical
Displacement = L(1cos(a))

This
analysis shows that some energy must come from the Tension of the
String. (Horizontal force without the use of machines such as
pulleys, levers etc. cannot do work in the vertical direction.).
This
"String Energy" is the Lead Out Gravitational Energy.
The
Coefficient of Performance (CoP) = Total Output Energy / Input Energy
=
(F1p x Lsin(a) + F1g x L(1cos(a))) / F1g x L(1cos(a))
=
approximately 1.5 for small angles
Thus
the analysis of the first horizontal pull on the Pendulum Bob clearly
indicated that some energy comes from the Tension of the String,
which is the Lead Out Gravitational Energy as described in the
LeeTseung Theory.
4.2
The Second Pull when the Bob is at the maximum LHS position
This
step is a change from a Horizontal Pull in 4.1 to a Pull
perpendicular to the arc of motion. The direction is no longer
perfectly horizontal. It can be treated as an extension of 4.1.

Figure
4.3 Pull Perpendicular to Motion
The
Second Pull is no longer perfectly
horizontal.
It is Perpendicular to the arc
of
Motion (or 90 degrees to the radius as
shown).
This
means that the Second Pull has both
vertical
and horizontal components.

The
slight modification is that the pull force is no longer horizontal.
It is perpendicular to the arc of Motion (or tangentially). When
resolved into horizontal and vertical directions, F1p has a vertical
component contributing directly to lifting the Bob upwards.
However,
the Tension of the String will still contribute. Thus this Second
Pull will also Lead Out Gravitational Energy. In Appendix A, we use
angle a = 30 degrees and further Pull it by 2 degrees. The CoP is
1.7 approximately (even better than 1.5!)
4.3
The Third Pull when the Bob has swung to the maximum RHS position
This
Step happens after the pendulum is released from the maximum position
after Steps (1) and (2) on the LHS. The Pendulum Bob has acquired the
energy from Pull(1) and Pull (2) PLUS the Lead Out gravitational
energies.
When
released from the maximum position on the LHS, the Bob swings back to
the RHS. If there were no loss of energy, the Bob will reach the
maximum mirror position on the RHS.
There
is no additional Gravitational Energy after the release. There is
energy change from potential to kinetic etc.
At
the Maximum RHS position, before the Bob changes direction, a Third
Pull in the tangential direction to the movement arc is applied. This
Third Pull will have both vertical and horizontal components.
However,
the Tension of the String still contributes to the vertical energy.
Gravitational Energy is again Led Out.
4.4
The Subsequent pulls at the maximum displaced LHS/RHS positions.
The
start of this Step happens after the pendulum is released from the
maximum position after 4.3. The Pendulum Bob has acquired the energy
from Pull (1), Pull (2), and Pull (3) PLUS the Lead Out gravitational
energies.
When
released from the maximum position on the LHS/RHS, the Bob swings
back to the RHS/LHS. If there were no loss of energy, the Bob will
reach the maximum mirror position on the RHS/LHS. If there were no
subsequent Pulls, the Pendulum would keep swinging forever assuming
no loss of energy.
There
is no additional Gravitational Energy during the swing. There is
energy change from potential to kinetic etc.
At
the Maximum LHS or RHS position, before the Bob changes direction, a
Pull in the tangential direction to the movement arc is applied. This
Pull will have both vertical and horizontal components.
However,
the Tension of the String still contributes to the vertical energy.
Gravitational Energy is again Led Out.
Thus
the amplitude of the swing increases. Most of the time, no
gravitational energy is Led Out. However, there is Lead Out
Gravitational Energy during the application of the many Pulls.
These
Pulls must be applied at the right time. This right time is what we
referred to as resonance. Continued Pulling will produce a much
larger angle, the ratio of (Lead Out Energy / Pull Energy) will drop
from 0.7 to a much lower figure.
Thus
the Pulsed (periodically pulled) Pendulum is NOT the most efficient
Gravitational Energy Lead Out machine.
If
the applied pull is always in the horizontal direction, the bob will
not rise above the pivot point of the string. However, the tension
will keep increasing. This is the reason why bridges can break apart
at resonance. The many small pulls can indeed add together to
infinity!!!
This
new understanding of the destructive force at resonance will have
important impact in our daily lives.
4.5
Summary and Implication of the new calculations
The
first 4 steps essentially describe a particular way of moving the
simple Pendulum. The stationary pendulum is...
(1)
Pulled to the LHS by a
Horizontal Force (1) without letting it go. The Pendulum Bob will go
up because of the tension in the string. The horizontal force cannot
do work in the vertical direction by itself. It can do horizontal
work. The vertical work (lifting of the Pendulum Bob) is done by the
Tension of the String. This is the Lead Out Gravitational Energy.
(2)
The Pendulum is still at
rest but now a Pull force (2) is applied. This Pull Force (2) is no
longer horizontal. It is tangential to the arc of motion. This Pull
Force (2) can do work both vertically and horizontally. However, some
of the vertical work is done by the Tension of the String. This Pull
(2) also Leads Out Gravitational Energy.
(3)
The Pendulum is then let
go. It will swing from its maximum position on the LHS to its maximum
position on the RHS. During this “let go” period, no more Push or
Pull force is applied. There will be no more Leading Out of
Gravitational Energy during this swinging period. If there were no
losses of energy due to friction, air resistance etc., the swinging
motion should continue forever. Now, when the Pendulum Bob swings to
its maximum position on the RHS, another Pull Force (3) tangential to
the arc of motion is applied. This Pull Force (3) will also Lead Out
Gravitational Energy.
(4)
Both Pull Energy and Lead
Out Gravitational Energy are added by repeating (2) and (3). The
amplitude of the Swing increases. If no more Pull Force were applied
at any time, the Pendulum would swing with the acquired amplitude and
kept swinging forever at that amplitude if there were no energy loss.
This is the true understanding of the "periodically pulled"
or pulsed Pendulum.
This
new understanding of the Pulsed Pendulum explains the Lead Out
Gravitational Energy much more clearly.