An Approximation of Perpetual Motion PART 3 #MIT?, #DanFrey?, #OXFORDUNIVERSITY?, #ChiaraMarletto

Is it possible to construct a perpetual motion machine?

“Only by engineering a solution by which an object in motion can consume some energy or gather energy from an external (or INTERNAL) source can we approximate perpetual motion.”

LAW OF CREATION OF ENERGY and The Work Performed by said Internally Created Energy:

The Nature of Sub-Atomic Quantum Photon Energy Creation and Externalization Around a Current Carrying Conductor :…?

Is it possible to construct a perpetual motion machine?
Short answer: No. For details, we must begin with Sir Isaac Newton…

By Jason M. Rubin

In the late 1600s, Sir Isaac Newton penned a famous law: “Every body remains in a state of constant velocity unless acted upon by an external unbalanced force.” The first part of the sentence (up to “velocity”) suggests that perpetual motion is not only possible but inevitable for any object already in motion. The second part of Newton’s first law of motion, however, throws a wrench in the process. As it turns out, “external unbalanced forces” — non-zero net forces outside applied to the object by another object — are everywhere in our universe.

Dan Frey, an associate professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Systems at MIT, explains it this way: “Is perpetual motion possible? According to Frey: No, but things can be engineered to approximate or mimic it.”

“The laws of physics indicate that perpetual motion would occur if there were no external unbalanced forces,” he says. “But there are.”

“Only by engineering a solution by which an object in motion can consume some store of energy or gather energy from an external source can we approximate perpetual motion.”

LENZ’S LAW OF INDUCTION (EXPANDED and CORRECTED to include the Work Energy Principle):…?


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“Nothing is too wonderful to be true”
~ Michael Faraday

“Physics isn’t the most important thing.
Love is.”
~ Richard P. Feynman

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”
~ Clarke’s Third Law

“There are two ways to look at life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle.”
~ Albert Einstein

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
~ Buckminster Fuller

“The challenge is that the day before something is truly a breakthrough, it’s just a crazy idea.”
~ Peter Diamandis

“Since man is dealing with energy as defined by the principles of conservation, he can ONLY ever understand it from a perspective of scarcity…
Because there is limitation and dependency within this system, there is also competition.
Thus, the strong, the aggressive, and the highly conservative forces dominate.
As long as man’s primary supply of energy is subject to such scarcity, there will never be a system of social democracy that can last long upon the Earth.
It is imperative that man change his viewpoint if he ever hopes of bringing forth a brotherhood of peace and prosperity upon the Earth.
Within this change of viewpoint man will find both the physical and the spiritual answers for which he is currently looking.
Humanity is on the threshold of moving into a new era of scientific understanding with regards to energy and its creation.
Contemplate if you will a civilization in which energy is not a commodity over which to fight or hoard.
Can we see how that would change everything!”
~ Glenda Green

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