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The concept surely works-at least on paper. The tests and experiments done also are very positive. My detailed mathematical analysis and experiments done, also counter checked by someone I trust, not only reveal the success but also gives an indication of the speed of rotation as well as the power expected from the wheel. A wheel of about 3 meters in diameter is expected to have a theoretical output of about 150W and rotate at about 27 rpm.
Incidentally, you have failed to notice that "the earth with your machine on it" is a closed system and therefore cannot generate energy continuously.
Your idea really does breach the third law.
"Are you aware of Einstein's frame-dragging effect? What do you think had caused the polar vortex of Jupiter to spin in perpetual motion with its atmosphere on it? "Only if you use the unorthodox definition of perpetual which means it will eventually stop.
"Anyway, this was breached in proven scientific experiments, have you not heard of Bose-Einstein condensate and Dr. Hau's stop light experiment?"I'm probably going to regret this but OK; enlighten me.How does a B-E condensate break the 3rd law?
(There are, btw, zero instances of the word "law" or "thermodynamics" on the page cited. There is one instance of the word "third" which refers to the fact that the gloop is 3 times longer than its thickness)
Yes, it does. It drives a coach and horses through the first law of thermodynamics.If you and your friend don't realise that, then you simply have not understood the first law.
Incidentally, you have failed to notice that "the earth with your machine on it" is a closed system and therefore cannot generate energy continuously.Your idea really does breach the third law.
Then, once again it's a closed system and cannot do work without breaching the laws of thermodynamics.
One mistake is that you have forgotten about the law of conservation of energy.
Even if your wheel is well designed and built, I reckon it at most could produce 5 watts of perpetual power; a couples of thermodynamic drinking birds could do better than that.
Fanfare and flashing lights as B C admits to a mistake.
“It is important to realize that in physics today, we have no knowledge what energy is.” - Richard Feynman
“Anyway, this was breached in proven scientific experiments, have you not heard of Bose-Einstein condensate and Dr. Hau's stop light experiment?”
The first aeroplane could barely ferry a person across a football pitch, but it was a starting point.
I would like to clarify that the wheel shown in the pictures is not the final wheel design I have, but an experimental prototype to demonstrate the principles used in achieving PM. For the wheel to work, it has to have more than eight beams. For novelty reasons, I will not post the final design which also has an added feature to improve its power for practical motion.it is therefore not correct for B C to say that it stops. The mathematical analysis proves that there would be continuous motion.