# Force induced from fluid.

This project is intended to revolutionize transportation and energy production for an environmentally safe, economic solution to global crises such as fracking causing earthquakes, income inequality, energy shortages, areas without electricity, budget deficit, and inappropriate expenditure of capital.

Introduction to Hydruaulic Energy Theory

Archimedes developed a way to push water uphill. This sculpture of gears and pulleys that "spun without spilling a drip," gave way to such physicists as Daniel Bernoulli and Blaise Pascal who theorized of pressure and displacement.

As is it applies to the discussion at hand, I have developed a  way to move an automobile and turn a turbine from the same thing that makes lowriders jump,  originally to save gas money.

I was called crazy.

All rumors aside, the cumulative force is derivative of an equation of pumps times valve turnover times gears; divided by a relevant series of ratios based on drag, lift, sheer, and friction.

Practically, if a series of pistons can be pushed, a turbine can be turned.  So when the catalyst is a hydraulic pump, the pump drives the actuator; no matter how many valves it takes in order to get the fluid force there.

This force is complete in the sense that the whole of the liquid is tempted to expand, but stronger forces direct the expansion. (ie. oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, etc. don't flow into the sky without heat and expansion [no waterfalls creating spectacle due to gravity making an appearance].)

Now you see the facts of the the hypothesis, let's delve deeper into the evidence.

A valve directs the flow of liquid (ie. oil, water, petroleum fluids)  and gas (ie. oxygen, natural gas, etc.).  It can stop the substance, and change it's course.

Many types of fittings can operate this physical function. A specific type of valve is a "ball valve."  Ball Valves are stick turned balls with holes in them.

The stick holding the balls is called a gear stem in the schematic that I have developed over the passed decade.  The trunion, is the item holding the ball inside of the encasement that directs the force of the liquid to the actuators (pistons) to turn the cranks that produce the cumulative force required to generate motion and power for the cars and lights.

Interestingly, it was the alternator on a car that makes sense about how a home could be powered if the system that would cut my petrol costs actually had a piece that produced electricity to keep a battery charged.

I was so excited I picked up my cell phone to call someone, but my battery was dead.  Which made me think, a smaller version of this would charge electronic devices.