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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
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I know there are many, and cooler, videos on this subject all over the internet. This is for refrence only.

My question is this:

Why do we still need resources that are fast delpeting and with a high consuming rate while there have been "free energy" projects springing out all over the world for the last 50-60 years?
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012
this is so sad. xTernal7 is another sad kid who couldnt keep up the argument with me and blocked me. Poor soul. He will never have balls enough to take things like a man.
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xTernal7 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
You watch too much of Trollscience.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012
oh you obviously watch many educative and informative documentaries sir professor extrodinare
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xTernal7 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
What if you stop using that mocking tone and educate yourself a bit before going on such discussions. Considering on how bad your grammar is, I'd say you aren't qualified AT ALL to converse on the topics like this.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012
oh please point me out my grammatical mistakes. im waiting
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xTernal7 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Previous reply:

oh you obviously watch many educative and informative documentaries sir professor extrodinare
*Oh
*documentaries,
*extrodinare.

Furthermore, extraordinare is not an English word.

And your last reply:
oh please point me out my grammatical mistakes. im waiting
*Oh
*Oh,
*I'm
*waiting.

And structure of that sentence seems queer.

Anyway, look up the laws of thermodynamics (or give me money for magnets and I'll show you that the machine in the video eventually stops.)
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012
i said grammar. those are spelling mistakes. lol idiot
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xTernal7 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Capitalization and punctuation goes under grammar. And you're failing with grammar as well as you're failing with physics.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
Funny I dont see capitalization and punctuation in the list here:

grectonism - writable and easy to understan

factormenic - can't log all the details in the sentence

herimnomevio - writing the informations.

collectivo - collecting the meaning of a sentence.

hyprogellic - by giving an example for a word.

mitogeserva - proving all the topic about the sentence.

kryptomentic - making a sense for the word you write

hadoytero - by copying all the important details from the topic.



gram·mar/ˈgramər/
Noun:

The whole system and structure of a language or of languages in general, usually taken as consisting of syntax and morphology (including...
A particular analysis of the system and structure of language or of a specific language.


spell·ing/ˈspeliNG/
Noun:

The process or activity of writing or naming the letters of a word.
The way a word is spelled.



I havent declared anything with physics though, dont know where you get your delusions of random DA posters failing at physics. Shows how much you fail at yourself.
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SahidenEthare Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012   Writer
The problem with these projects is that the energy yield off them, even if they work at all to begin with, is so low it'd take more space than we have in the world to power a single house.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012
These are only for the reference
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SahidenEthare Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012   Writer
I know. The simple explanation is that any theoretical device would also not work, due to the laws of physics as we understand them.
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TimLavey Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
The reason we haven't started to use one of these perpetual motion machines giving us free energy is not because they actually don't work, no, it's because we're evil and we want to destroy ourselves and see the world burn.
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Totally-dead Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Well, duh, do you have any idea how boring a crisis free world is?
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
which experiments showed that they dont work?
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TimLavey Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
The experiments intended to show that they do.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
did they?
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TimLavey Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
There's no such thing as free energy.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
what is there then?
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cake-fiend Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
If you believe in the "free energy" hype then you're a buffoon.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
really? how do you explain the video than?
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cake-fiend Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I only watch part of it but none of the clips I saw were demonstrating perpetual motion, and the whoever implied they were needs to take a physics class.
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Lytrigian Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
It's a very clever device, but the problem with perpetual motion devices isn't in coming up with something that can run by itself indefinitely, but in extracting useful work from it. When you try, they invariably grind to a halt.

If something like this worked, not all the money from all the oil companies in the world could keep it from the public.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
I also watched some micro machines that imitate this motion like, two molecules going back and forth in between two magnetically opposite molecules and everytime they pass, it creates a magnetic field. Same as all these things, except very tiny. You only had to shake it to make it start.

I dont know, the whole thing might be a faery tale. But look at this for example: [link]
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Lytrigian Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
That one looks very easy to fake. Note, for instance, 2:26 where you can see the wires that supply current to the motor are still in place, and lead to one of the corners where a magnet is fastened with electrical tape. It would be very easy to conceal a small battery there, not one big enough to power the fan at full speed, but big enough to spin it fast enough to look impressive. If it were an actual "free energy" machine, there would be no reason for those wires to still be there.

Here's the thing: Conservation of energy is a very well-understood, very well-tested principle. It, together with the other laws of thermodynamics, underlies most of our technology. It's used routinely to predict with a high degree of accuracy how physical systems are going to work before they're put into operation. It's one of those laws that's been so well-tested, and so often observed, and used to make so many accurate predictions, that showing it wrong would require the most extraordinary of proofs.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
Yeah I guessed that he could fake that. I just trusted youtubes like\dislike thing. Even if that works (something like making a motor that has actual magnets in it instead of electronic ones) the thing will lose its potency after a while and stop. Or so I guess.

"Here's the thing: Conservation of energy is a very well-understood, very well-tested principle. It, together with the other laws of thermodynamics, underlies most of our technology. It's used routinely to predict with a high degree of accuracy how physical systems are going to work before they're put into operation. It's one of those laws that's been so well-tested, and so often observed, and used to make so many accurate predictions, that showing it wrong would require the most extraordinary of proofs."

This was the answer I wanted to hear by the way. Conservation of energy is directly related to force\energy relationship. In the end it all comes back to the simple dynamo that exists in almost every machinery.

Free energy is like a nice dream that keeps slipping away like fish from bare hands. Maybe one day we can harvest the energy from earths movement or sunlight on a greater scale. It will all be too expensive though. So its not that free..
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WolfySpice Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
I was going to discuss this seriously until I bothered to click the video and saw it was about perpetual motion.
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siegeonthorstadt Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
as i said there are other videos. that one was just reference
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Hurricaneclaw Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
no
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WalkingRen Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
Cheaper =P
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Fisherella Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012  Professional General Artist
Because powerful corporations are suppressing alternatives to keep up the image of "scarcity".
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