Chunlei Guo's Metal Pushing Water Uphill Without Extra Energy

Chunlei Guo, a researcher from the University of Rochester, along with a team of scientists, have created a slab of metal that can push water uphill, defying gravity, by using the capillary effect. It's the same effect that happens when you put a piece of fabric in a wine glass, for example, and hold it with your hand.

Satellite Mission Reveals Antarctica’s Ice Melts Cause Change in Earth’s Gravity

Satellite imagery can now help scientists determine the amount of ice lost from Antarctica by presenting exact measurements of the gravity of the Earth....
20-Ton Capacity Boxcar - Old Technology Could Become New Energy Storage

Boxcars Could Store Renewable Energy With 90% Efficiency – Aided by Gravity

The system works by storing energy as potential energy driving by gravity. Boxcars heavy with gravel are driven up a 7% grade by electric...

The Green Ushers’ Gravity-Powered Machine Promises Pollution-Free Electricity

Gravity holds us all on Earth. It is a force that's still being misunderstood for some reason, a phenomenon whose true explanations lie in...

Free Energy from Gravity Obtained by Serbian Overunity Device

From ancient times, people have been trying to find out the perfect energy producing machine. For that purpose, brilliant minds put themselves to work and researched the most sophisticated mechanical machines ever. Until nowadays, no such machines have broken through the filter of time, and no such wonderful inventors are known to have made the over unity device.

Free Energy Generator – The Pinwheel Gravity Engine

Pinwheels have been used for many things along history. One of the most interesting uses I've ever seen is making a pinwheel act as a free energy generator, powered by gravity.