"Apparent perpetual motion machines"

26/07/2013 - 15:02 von AGUIRRE | Report spam
"While "perpetual motion" can only exist in isolated systems, and true isolated systems don't exist, there aren't any real "perpetual motion" devices. However there are concepts and technical drafts that propose "perpetual motion", but on closer analysis it's revealed that they actually "consume" some sort of natural resource or latent energy, such as the phase changes of water or other fluids or small natural temperature gradients, or simply can't sustain indefinite operation."

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#1 Izur Kockenhan
26/07/2013 - 15:06 | Warnen spam
AGUIRRE wrote:
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"While "perpetual motion" can only exist in isolated systems, and true
isolated systems don't exist, there aren't any real "perpetual motion"
devices. However there are concepts >and technical drafts that propose
"perpetual motion", but on closer analysis it's revealed that they actually
"consume" some sort of natural resource or latent energy, such as the
>phase changes of water or other fluids or small natural temperature
gradients, or simply can't sustain indefinite operation."

OHHO



"...and true isolated systems don't exist, there aren't any real "perpetual
motion" devices ..."

ohho :-)

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