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Raphael



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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 9:18 am    Post subject: PERPETUAL Motion and Overunity IDEAS Reply with quote

This thread investigates claims made by those who promote the IDEA of a universe that provides a FREE LUNCH.

Take a quick look at the IDEAS over the centuries that have tried to capture the essence of how a FREE LUNCH should be designed. Most of them involve 'wheels, disks. gears, and spherical bearings'
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overunity

IF I was going to design something perpetual >> I would try to *copycat* how the SUN or a STAR was designed, or how the UNIVERSE itself was designed, something that will last 13.7+ billion years?

ANY perpetual machine or design should be an intuitive match for how the UNIVERSE was put together.

This IDEA is damn good, very promising:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_eRGYEjcqM&feature=related

in the video @ 00:42
I LOVE how the rotors have holes in them bored at certain angles/angELs, it reminds me of how we apply magic square grids to the surface of the Marko Rodin torus!! Idea

Are you thinking what I am thinking? Wink

namaste

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