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"You're a fake!" - Thai man's miracle generator invention rubbished

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4 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

He is more than popular. I would say he drives women crazy with desire. Women want him and men want to be him.

He is the most interesting man in the world. A true genius. Brilliant. Charismatic. Extraordinary. Good-natured. Humorous.

 

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You forgot h8s modesty 

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5 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

He is more than popular. I would say he drives women crazy with desire. Women want him and men want to be him.

He is the most interesting man in the world. A true genius. Brilliant. Charismatic. Extraordinary. Good-natured. Humorous.

 

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Hey, mister! Can I shake your hand? 😉

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23 minutes ago, Uptooyoo said:

The only way to achieve perpetual motion is to eliminate all losses. Impossible when matter interacts. The closest environment for perpetual motion would be bodies in space. The earth rotates seemingly forever; it has been for billions of years but is slowing down due to tidal friction between the earth and moon. The earth's rotational energy is being transferred to the moons orbital energy---the result: days are becoming shorter as earth slows down and the months become longer as the moon moves into a higher orbit, lengthening the orbit and distance hence the amount of time for the moon to orbit the earth. Billions of years in the future, the moon and earth will be in lock-step, when a day and a month will be equal, or about 47 current days. The moon will then be about 135% higher. Classic case of conservation of energy.

 

I read about some scientists looking to trap neutrinos in a yet to be developed material. Neutrinos usually pass straight through matter including us. By capturing an impact, the potential energy could be utilised. Again, not a PM machine, but effectively free energy.

 

There are also organic springs that have been developed that are not perpetual motion machines by definition, but do use non man-made triggers to change their behaviour and therefore create 'work'. One example is a polymer coil that at say 25 degrees celcius is bound up tightly. At 30 degrees, the coil naturally unwinds creating "work", and as the temperature drops, the coil is bound up again. The only energy that is in the input equation is varying temperature from the environment. These polymers are already in existence.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Farangwithaplan said:

I read about some scientists looking to trap neutrinos in a yet to be developed material. Neutrinos usually pass straight through matter including us. By capturing an impact, the potential energy could be utilised.

 

There are also organic springs that have been developed that are not perpetual motion machines by definition, but do use non man-made triggers to change their behaviour and therefore create 'work'. One example is a polymer coil that at say 25 degrees celcius is bound up tightly. At 30 degrees, the coil naturally unwinds creating "work", and as the temperature drops, the coil is bound up again. The only energy that is in the input equation is varying temperature from the environment. These poymers are already in existence.

 

 

Polymer coil would then be solar powered, again not perpetual, but it would last as long as the sun input the energy. Long enough for humanity.

Any device that does work can not be perpetual. Work occurs when a force acts through a distance which requires energy. If energy is not supplied the device will stop when the energy runs out. A spaceship, free of gravitational or frictional forces, continues traveling in outer-space without thrust, because no forces exists, therefore no work is done. The spacecraft continues along its trajectory at constant velocity. 

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49 minutes ago, shy coconut said:

Are you the same guy who made the same quip in the original thread?

He's probably got a second attack of it.

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9 minutes ago, Uptooyoo said:

Polymer coil would then be solar powered, again not perpetual, but it would last as long as the sun input the energy. Long enough for humanity.

That is why I clearly stated "that have been developed that are not perpetual motion machines by definition" 🙂

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Just now, Farangwithaplan said:

That is why I clearly stated "that have been developed that are not perpetual motion machines by definition" 🙂

Understood...not arguing.👍

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18 minutes ago, Farangwithaplan said:

By capturing an impact, the potential energy could be utilised.

Plenty of impacts on a daily basis in Thailand so is a good place to test such theories .. Though given the way some drive I'm not sure I'd want to capture it ..

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14 hours ago, Old Croc said:

This reminds me of the Thai kids, a few years ago, who invented a money sorting machine using a cardboard box. They were awarded some sort of inventors prize, then someone found the YouTube clip they had copied from.

I'm still waiting the release of the dengue vaccine they claimed to have perfected years ago. People are dying! 

Not to mention the Thai teenagers in Isaan, who, a few years ago, invented the world's cheapest condoms: 7-Eleven plastic bags! 

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They invented papaya salad, what else do they need to / can they invent? That, surely, is the ultimate invention, is it not? 😂😆

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I have an idea, the laptop without battery which is powered by the up-down movement of the owner's hand while watching porn. Where is the patent office please?

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