My eyes are glazed over. Anybody got a can of squelch?
I think he would opt for the new transmission version.
If it could be miniturized, I'm sure Henry would have incorporated it in his Ford Automobile. He was always ahead of the curve!
Gentleman, I agree with the videos, but there is a design flaw. The dingle arm sinusoidal reverberation should remain static.
The old style hydrogen generator modernized - with the help of government grant money to reduce oil dependency.
I think I have a "capsaloid dinglearm" on my 1914 Touring. I'll go and check it out.
That video was made for Rockwell by Rockwell for their annual meeting about ten years ago and was a hit then too.
I have posted a picture of the man and woman machines designed many years ago.