posted on Aug, 10 2014 @ 10:22 PM
Every device, every motor will "lose" some energy, because of friction and many other factors. It is never 100% efficient.
In fact I *think* (correct me if I am wrong) that ANY energy conversion (like from sun energy --> electricity --> motion) will always involve some
energy loss. So instead of "upping" the input energy you will lose a certain percentage with each motor.
But, let's just *hypothetically* assume that such a machinery would at the end "up" the energy, say you put 100% in and at some point would be able
to get out 115%. Where would the 15% more energy come from? You can not CREATE energy from nothing. This is a fundamental scientific principle. And of
course you cannot "create" energy by using multiple devices where each actually uses up a certain amount. In fact you cannot "create" energy with
ANY type of device...because of this a self-sustaining perpetuum mobile is impossible.
Even if we assume that someone, some day would come up with an over-unity device...even THEN there must be an explanation behind it where this
excessive energy is coming from. Eg. "harvesting the energy of the vacuum" etc, something, since energy cannot come from nothing.