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Perpetual Motion Machines. One example would be the overbalanced wheel, it used a series of balls and levers, but the trick was that the bars on the right side were longer than the ones on the

  • Buoyancy and Perpetual Motion – iRashida
    Buoyancy and Perpetual Motion – iRashida

    Dec 05, 2016 More Complicated “Perpetual Motion” Machine: Finally we arrive at the machine that inspired this write-up. It appeared in a footnote of Eric Rogers’ book, Physics for Inquiring Minds, and showing how it doesn’t work was left as a challenge for the reader. This underwater machine is comprised of a conveyor belt with attached cups containing gas and a frictionless piston on top of the gas. Opposite cups have tubes

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  • A Bizarre History of Perpetual Motion Machines
    A Bizarre History of Perpetual Motion Machines

    Oct 28, 2018 Over the centuries there would come a stream of supposed designs, with various contraptions seeking to produce perpetual motion, including windmills, self-filling flasks, float belts, magnets, pulleys, gears, wheels, and many others, all equally impossible due to what we now know about physics, and none were ever successful, true perpetual motion machines, causing scientist Henry Dircks, author of

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  • What are some examples of perpetual motion machines?
    What are some examples of perpetual motion machines?

    Jun 30, 2020 The Overbalanced Wheel. Perhaps the earliest recorded inkling of perpetual motion came courtesy of renowned medieval mathematician Bhaskara in the 12th century. The Self-Filling Flask. The Float Belt

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  • Theory of buoyancy used in perpetual motion
    Theory of buoyancy used in perpetual motion

    I'm getting tired of checking buoyancy machines which are supposed to be PMMs. The most recent example was published by a french inventor who sent me the URL of his two patented machines, one dating from April 2003. Buoyancy machines are by far the most abundant species of perpetual motion machines

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  • The Museum of Unworkable Devices - Lock Haven
    The Museum of Unworkable Devices - Lock Haven

    The term perpetual motion machine has several definitions. Any device that continues its motion forever, without any speed reduction. This is a literal interpretation of the words. Any device whose operation would violate established laws of physics, or would depend upon purely speculative laws unknown to physics

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  • The psychology of perpetual motion machine ... - Lock
    The psychology of perpetual motion machine ... - Lock

    Perpetual motion machine inventors generally exhibit these characteristics: He has supreme confidence in himself and his (faulty and superficial) understanding of physics and engineering. He has no appreciation of, or confidence in, the powerful general principles of physics that apply universally to

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  • Why doesn't this perpetual motion machine using the
    Why doesn't this perpetual motion machine using the

    $\begingroup$ +1 It took me some lost sleep to realize that the force needed to push the ball into the water was equal to the bouyancy of a volume of air equal to a cylinder the size of the ball and going all the way from the bottom to the top. So if the bouyancy comes from a volume of air less than such a cylinder, such as a string of balls, it can't even start. $\endgroup$

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  • Perpetual Motion Machine: What is It, How It
    Perpetual Motion Machine: What is It, How It

    Feb 15, 2019 Feb 15, 2019 When a perpetual motion machine is classified due to its violation of a thermodynamics law, it gets placed into one of three different categories. The first kind of machine produces work with no energy input whatsoever. This is a direct violation of the first law of thermodynamics, which clearly requires the law of conservation of energy

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  • What is the closest thing to a perpetual motion machine?
    What is the closest thing to a perpetual motion machine?

    Consequently, what are some examples of perpetual motion machines? Five Perpetual Motion Machines, and Why None of Them Work. The Overbalanced Wheel. Perhaps the earliest recorded inkling of perpetual motion came courtesy of renowned medieval mathematician Bhaskara in the 12th century. The Self-Filling Flask. The Float Belt. Crookes' Radiometer

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  • The psychology of perpetual motion machine ... - Lock Haven
    The psychology of perpetual motion machine ... - Lock Haven

    The sincere amateur perpetual motion machine inventors display a strange syndrome often seen in believers in other kinds of pseudoscience. ... but the magnetic force keeps bending a 1/2 inch axel shaft and has broken an integral drive belt. So although i am very excited about what appears to be inevitable success, it

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  • Perpetual Motion Machine: What is It, How It Works and Its
    Perpetual Motion Machine: What is It, How It Works and Its

    Feb 15, 2019 Feb 15, 2019 When a perpetual motion machine is classified due to its violation of a thermodynamics law, it gets placed into one of three different categories. The first kind of machine produces work with no energy input whatsoever. This is a direct violation of the first law of thermodynamics, which clearly requires the law of conservation of energy

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  • 10 Attempts At Creating Perpetual Motion Technology
    10 Attempts At Creating Perpetual Motion Technology

    Sep 11, 2015 If his perpetual motion machine had worked, it would have made life a lot easier for countless farmers. 7 Bhaskara’s Wheel. Bhaskara’s Wheel & Overbalanced chain. One of the earliest references to perpetual motion machines comes from the mathematician and astronomer Bhaskara in his writings from around 1150. His concept depended on an

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  • 10 Failed Attempts At Creating Free Energy (Perpetual Motion)
    10 Failed Attempts At Creating Free Energy (Perpetual Motion)

    Oct 15, 2015 To accomplish this, they claim to rely on a miraculous perpetual motion machine created by their founder. The machine was called Testatika and apparently the working plans on how to build this machine were given to Baumann by god or as claimed. The machine is never publicly displayed, and the machine remains largely secretive. 4.Bessler’s Wheel

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  • Would this work? (air filled tube inside a water filled
    Would this work? (air filled tube inside a water filled

    Apr 18, 2018 Jul 16, 2014 Unfortunately there is a well known perpetual motion machine rather like this, where a series of floats on an endless belt enter a tank of water from beneath, via some sort of flap. Likes berkeman. Feb 5, 2019 #27 sophiecentaur. Science Advisor. Gold Member. 2020 Award. 26,420 5,506

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