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pool



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Post 23 Jun 2008, 10:39
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sleepsleep
yes, it exists.
Post 23 Jun 2008, 10:47
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MHajduk



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sleepsleep wrote:
yes, it exists.
Interesting, where? Wink Shocked
Post 23 Jun 2008, 10:50
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HyperVista



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Wow!! Someone finally broke the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics AND the conservation of energy principal? It's about time! Laughing Shocked
Post 23 Jun 2008, 12:10
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vid
Verbosity in development


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Laughing
Post 23 Jun 2008, 12:35
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shoorick



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sure, it exists, just do not forget refill fuel tank!
Post 23 Jun 2008, 13:41
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edfed



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it exists everywhere.

from electrons to galaxies, everything is turning around something else for the eternity.

this is the perpetual motion system.

showing the power emitted by the big bang.


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Post 23 Jun 2008, 17:26
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HyperVista



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Yes, edfed, but the in the systems of molecules and galaxies, particularly with respect to the big bang theory, entropy is increasing and therefore the 2nd law of thermodynamics hold, which means no perpetual motion .... energy is being transfered.
Post 23 Jun 2008, 18:34
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mattst88



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Could it be?! Yes! Yes, it is!

Another pseudo-Physics topic!!

I'm so happy.
Post 23 Jun 2008, 20:45
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Post 24 Jun 2008, 04:13
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There is much energy in the cosmos: nothing prevents us from using it. Although the sources we choose might not last forever the goal should be to move our reliance to sources of greater stablity. No need to get caught up in binary thinking - unless that is the purpose.

Locally perceived perpetual motion can be fueled by remote sources - this is possible within present scientific theories. Not actual perpetual motion, but it wouldn't be possible to tell the difference. Very Happy

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Post 24 Jun 2008, 04:40
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Loser



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I wish my lethal weapon could function like a perpetual motion machine - it can maintain its "lethalness" only 10 to 15 minutes at a time and then it needs a couple of rest days to "reload"! Sad
Post 24 Jun 2008, 07:34
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edfed



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i just wonder if somebody can make this program:

we have a rotor and a stator
on the rotor, there are N poles. 1,2,3,...

on the stator, there are N+M poles. A,B,C,D,...

draw the distance function between each poles.

draw the distance function between one pole ( on the rotor or the stator) and the stator or rotor.

then, we should obtain something like sine waves, but i cannot do it as i am not very good ( completelly null) at FPU programing.

N is an unsigned integer.
M is a signed integer
S is the stator halfdiameter [french] rayon [/french]
R is the rotor [F]rayon[/F]

if somebody can make this code in fasm for DOS 320*200, it is very good, and i'll explain what is the goal of this program. Very Happy

finally, i think i can do it with fixed point, but i don't have the time.
Post 24 Jun 2008, 15:57
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Madis731



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Does not compute! Need image
Post 24 Jun 2008, 17:13
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vid
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Quote:
if somebody can make this code in fasm for DOS 320*200, it is very good, and i'll explain what is the goal of this program

Do something for me, and then I will explain what it is good for Laughing
Post 24 Jun 2008, 17:33
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edfed



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edfed
not do it for me, but:

IF somebody feel able to make this thing i am not able to do, it is good, and i will explain what it is after, because i don't want to be ridiculous with wrong theories again.

just it is a simulation for a perpetual motion oriented machanism that is really hard to build for real

in fact, it is like a mechanical harmonic generator, able to generate square movments if right calculated.

i made something like this using Qbasic, but it is very far in the past.

i'll try to code a start now.
Post 24 Jun 2008, 18:43
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edfed



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edfed
something like that, but full mechanics oriented.

there, when you type the delete key, you see the spirograph effect.
something like in a topic from DJmauretto in MS dos section i think...

endead, enjoy!

i'll add the translations soon.

EDIT/
translations are possible with weels turning at the same speed.

update, more friendlly to use.


Description:
Download
Filename: spirograph.zip
Filesize: 11.5 KB
Downloaded: 244 Time(s)



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Post 24 Jun 2008, 21:38
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Borsuc



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Some days ago, a strange 'crystal-like' (looks like a crystal but I'm not sure it is) landed near my house, upon examination I saw that it generates energy without absolutely any decay (as far as I could tell). No, I did not bring it to authorities or scientists to examine it better, I don't trust them for it's uses.

My business what I do with it. Probably no one believes me, that's good, since I don't want attention.

Razz Wink
Post 25 Jun 2008, 13:15
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edfed



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edfed
i updated the file above.
if i made it, it is to try to simulate a mechanism.
each dot is a magnetic pole.
then by knowing the interaction between each dots, we can know the forces develloped by theses couples.
and then try to find the mechanism for perpetual movment.

and i'm sure it works, but in some rare cases only. Sad

that's why i want to simulate it before to try for real.
Post 25 Jun 2008, 22:22
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