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« on: 08/04/2007 03:37:56 »
the 1st principle of thermodynamics claims out of 100% inmbalance input in any machine you cannot output not even a 1% more out. the 2nd principle of the same thermodynamics claims out of 100% imbalance input you cannot output exactly 100% imbalance out (this one violates the conservation of imbalance but nevermind that). so the only possibility left is every machine must work with certain real waist. my question is then on account of what the worker asks for profit? if he does the work with waist then make him earn less then his investment to complete the production. or in other words make his economical efficiency analog with his physical efficiency.


 

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« Reply #1 on: 08/04/2007 03:47:33 »
Tabula Smaragdina by Hermes
Yes! Truth is without lie! Certain and most true... Yes, what is up is same as that down and what is down is same as that up. So, there will be wonders of one thing! And as all things originate from that one thing (TAO), so every thing in life is made from that one thing! You will separate cold from hot, rare from dense, light from heavy with great skillfulness, rising up from the ground and coming down... Take the wisdom... This way yours will be the glory... All the darkness will get away from you. You will become the powerful force of the almighty strength!

spliting the cold from hot, rare from dense, light from heavy... that's what perpetuum mobile is all about: http://dedanoe.googlepages.com/etg.html [nofollow]

1 x 1 = 2 x 0.5 = 4 x 0.25 = 8 x 0.125 = ... = all x nothing
 

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