Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

This is an interview that starts at a more technical overview of the QEG machine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=RJKE5DJRMFQ#t=715 The technical guy James Robitaille is obviously not a sales person, so when he speaks with his pauses, he seems a bit more of a technical geek than a "con artist". I submit he probably isn't a con ...


1

Something must be proven or understood. So would beware from such answers like @Anand did. As example Nuclear reactor could be accepted like Perpetuum Mobile device, would it be invented some time ago. But definitely chances, that someone just invents something from future, without proper knowledge's , equipment, theory etc, are low (as my opinion I ...


5

See Anand's answer: I'm not sure whether this one is simply misguided or instead subtle fraud (as calls for money to fund research are involved). Actually the claims made in the article are true in one sense, which gives the idea the whiff of sophisticated fraud. In the linked article, it is claimed that the device is powered by a 1kW source and then ...


1

According to the 1st law of thermodynamics, energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only change form and is thus conserved. If it did work you would be going against 200 year of scientific consensus. Good luck!


0

What you are describing sounds like an electric motor with only permanent magnets. This is one of the most used approaches for people who try to build a perpetum mobile. But energy can neither be created or destroyed, so it has to come from somewhere. So this eternal engine might work if you in some way harvest the vibrations of the magnet. Like thermal ...



Top 50 recent answers are included