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originally posted by: engineercutout
a reply to: Bedlam
originally posted by: odaeio
originally posted by: swanne
a reply to: ChefSlug
I have both experience in electrical systems and knowledge in physics; an out-of-this-world imagination, and an IQ above 130. And so far I haven't found a way to achieve over-unity.
I doubt they have succeeded - all this stuff in their machine would just require more energy, a true over unity dervice has to be simple, it's almost a requirement.
Am not being facetious, or offensive, a genuine question. Have you ever seen over-unity in Nature? Have you ever seen any life-form, barring humans, which uses more energy than that provided by it's "food" source?
I am thinking that the Universe, and Nature, have systems worked out that human intelligence, science and technology are nowhere near coming close to replicating. If Nature's machines are designed for such close to perfect efficiency which allows for indefinite sustainability, are humans so much more intelligent that we can find energy sources that the Universe/Nature never even knew about?
Perhaps I am wrong, and would appreciate it if you could provide examples of over-unity, or an alternative energy source used in Nature. As far as I can ascertain, the only energy source Nature uses is the sunlight falling on the planet, and all the systems and machines operate within this limitation.