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avi



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mattst88 wrote:

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

Another pseudo-Physics topic!!

I'm so happy.

It is always a pleasure to bring joy to another:

new high temperature superconductors
and again

Smile

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Post 26 Jun 2008, 01:19
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Looks like they did make a nice discovery on those. I expected to read the articles and see that they were only super conductors at high temperatures at pressures > 1 gigapascal. (for instance)
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Perpetual Motion Engine == Superconductive Material spinning in vacuum

I like this rubber metal - http://www.sciencedaily.com/videos/2007/0409-metal_rubber.htm
Post 27 Jun 2008, 10:57
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Alone in the dark it's sad fact of madness and last hope.
Post 27 Jun 2008, 18:35
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Second never ending hope and love.
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Post 27 Jun 2008, 20:11
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Call it the Big Bang or Aum - we obviously came from something. If we are going to assume an ending then I think it's safe to assume something will come after us.

"if it is just us... seems like an awful waste of space."

..er, space-time. Very Happy

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Post 28 Jun 2008, 05:11
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sleepsleep
a guy build a current generator and harvest the magnet energy.

http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-build-a-cheap-perpetual-energy-generator-222773/

looks cool.
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Strictly speaking:

[pedantic mode]
Harvesting energy from somewhere else is not a perpetual energy generator. Energy transfers from a magnetic field to your device so eventually the magnetic field must be depleted, and therefore it cannot be perpetual.
[/pedantic mode]
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That's like saying that the Earth spins around the sun with infinite energy -- but that's only because its energy isn't used up by something. If you 'harvest' its movement energy, then expect it to stop and fall into the Sun eventually Wink

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Post 29 Jan 2009, 19:00
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Borsuc wrote:
That's like saying that the Earth spins around the sun with infinite energy -- but that's only because its energy isn't used up by something. If you 'harvest' its movement energy, then expect it to stop and fall into the Sun eventually Wink
No, I never suggested the Earth orbit has infinite energy, and I don't how you can make that assumption. The Earth's orbit does decay, but so slowly that other effects overwhelm it. IF the sun were to be unchanging (it's not) then eventually the Earth (and all other planets) will fall into the sun. The Earth's rotation also has energy that is depleted every time a space probe is launched. The Universe is not a perpetual machine either, it runs down also.
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MHajduk wrote:
sleepsleep wrote:
yes, it exists.
Interesting, where? Wink Shocked
Helium II in a closed circuit?
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The Earth's orbit does decay, but so slowly that other effects overwhelm it.

if let say we harvest the energy from the earth spinning process, (and possibly this process could make earth rotates slower) would this bring any calamities?
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sleepsleep wrote:
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The Earth's orbit does decay, but so slowly that other effects overwhelm it.

if let say we harvest the energy from the earth spinning process, (and possibly this process could make earth rotates slower) would this bring any calamities?
The Earth spinning on it's axis? Take that energy and say hello year long days.

It spinning around the sun? Say good bye Earth.
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sleepsleep
I somehow thought of this. Time to sleep now, tomorrow i draw about it.
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sleepsleep
ok, couldn't sleep, perhaps i need to draw...

so, based on the attachment i uploaded

it is possible for this metal ball with X weight or Y mass to reach Point B based on earth gravity?

and somehow i think it is possible but maybe we need to modify a bit the path from point A to point B.

care to share some opinions...


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You have to eliminate all friction if you want the system to keep going forever.
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All you can think about is friction.
Eh...
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sleepsleep
ok, i found a better way to describe my question.

is that possible under current law of XYZ etc, the metal ball at point A could move to point B or higher than point B?
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sleepsleep wrote:
ok, i found a better way to describe my question.

is that possible under current law of XYZ etc, the metal ball at point A could move to point B or higher than point B?
Sure you can. Just stick a rocket on the ball and it can go anywhere you desire.

Now if, instead, you want to make the ball move to a higher position in the gravity well of Earth without any energy input then you will have to contend with breaking the laws of thermodynamics.
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sleepsleep
assume ball A and ball B at same height.

but different slope value.

so, would longer slope gather more momentum that eventually enough for the metal ball to fly over previous height at the flying point?

and how about border-less spiral slope? (thus prevent anymore friction)


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