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Is it so hard to imagine implosion instead of explotion?
How does the laws of thermodynamics deal with issues such as anti matter?
How does the laws of thermodynamics relate to how everything is "glued" together from the smallest imaginable scenario to the large scale of the universe?
How does the laws of thermodynamics relate to magnetism and electricity?
I would go as far as to, rely on the laws of thermodynamics, only when dealing with todays established heat engines.
The OP wasn't really a 'misrepresentation': perpetual motion is a theoretical property of a frictionless substance.
Originally posted by Young minded old soul
If you want to look towards perpetual motion one should look to magnets.
Yes the concept goes against the laws of thermodynamics, but hey the world was flat too!
I thought about it and realized the power of magnetic repulsion is somewhat unstopable when the disatnce between magnetic poles is held at a constant.