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Engines or processes over unity, debate and ideas ?Johnson magnetic motor

Myth or reality? The question remains! You decide on this part of the forum, processes such as Tesla's inventions, Newman, Perendev, Galey, Bearden, cold fusion ...

Search of perpetual motion is a "fantasy" of the human mind for centuries ...
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Unread Messageby Capt_Maloche » 19/05/09, 16:59

chrisleblay wrote:A look of genius above normal no doubt.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIKbleBN1f0

Remundo thermodynamic reasoning is thermal base therefore the base is the source of the reasoning not apply a magnetic force.
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The thermodynamic reasoning as you say, is a universal principle that has not yet been low, yet we try in these subjects on surunité.

The first law of thermodynamics, the one that governed the macroscopic visible universe is: You do not create energy, it transforms.
This principle is also a general law for all physical theories (mechanics, electromagnetism, nuclear physics, ...) We never found any exceptions to it, Although there is sometimes had doubts, especially about radioactive decay. We know from Noether's theorem that the conservation of energy is closely connected to a uniform structure of space-time.


So what exactly do you think?
Have you played his assembly to start working on a sound basis?
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Unread Messageby Capt_Maloche » 19/05/09, 17:23

There still has doubts about the first law of thermo, https://www.econologie.com/forums/energie-du ... 13-30.html

but I think we not extract this type of potential with 2 magnets (should already start by reproducing the Johnson model scrogneugneux)
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Unread Messageby gegyx » 22/05/09, 23:16

Remundo wrote:Hi Gegyx,

And well ... both Mylow the other film "denial" [very well mounted moreover] ... they are people who have time to spare :D

Thanks Guys for the show !! 8)

To waste time, it gets even better:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSU8_K4TAO4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzX3gdZIaak

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Unread Messageby Hydraxon » 22/05/09, 23:30

Capt_Maloche wrote:There still has doubts about the first law of thermo, https://www.econologie.com/forums/energie-du ... 13-30.html

but I think we not extract this type of potential with 2 magnets (should already start by reproducing the Johnson model scrogneugneux)


In fact, it does not call the energy conservation law "thermo 1" in this kind of context. But it's actually the same law.

besides that, the energy of emptiness has never contradicted conservation. Vacuum can exchange energy with matter. He finds himself in a state of lower energy.
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Unread Messageby Remundo » 23/05/09, 10:16

Gegyx thank you,

ah I listened diagonally, indeed ... :P

But I still think it is too contemptuous Mylow, although its engine does not convince me ...

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