posted on Jul, 25 2014 @ 12:15 PM
a reply to: swanne
Any modern scientist knows that the 2nd law of Thermodynamics could be broken in highly specialized conditions such as in cellular scales or
atmospheric dynamics at extreme altitudes approaching space.
The 2nd Law used to be an unbreakable law until the discovery of nanotechnology and space travel.
What this means is that it is entirely possible to extract enormous amounts of energy from ambient energy like ambient energy in room temperature air
or the ambient energy in quantum vacuum fluctuations (Zero Point Energy)
It's a limitless source of clean energy. Imagine a car or a plane that never has to be refuelled again and never makes any pollution....
However, violation of 2nd law of thermodynamics does not result in violation of the law of conservation of energy.
So if anyone claims violation of Conservation of Energy, either they do not exactly know the working principles of their invention or they are
Yes, overunity machines are entirely possible but they are only violating 2nd law (extraction of energy from ambient energy which is still an
invention worthy of many Nobel Prizes mind you and solves all energy crisis!), not the conservation of energy.