posted on May, 5 2010 @ 05:04 PM
Hey my friend A-M!
Just stopping by to add my 4-cents (I always tip two pennies).
The internet (youtube mostly) is littered with hundreds of hoaxed magnet machines promising perpetual energy (or motion).
In each case, someone comes along and rebuilds it and then learns it will not work as shown in the clips provided.
I just wanted to remind everyone that "perpetual energy" and "perpetual motion machines" are the Holy Grail of energy science and a thing that
humanity as sought for hundreds of years (I still remember endless hours of day dreaming up answers to the perpetual machine riddle, and failing to
break it throughout my childhood).
So, with this riddle being a thing that countless inventors/scientists/hobbyists/etc have tackled for so long, it should be no surprise that
"magnets" are a popular choice when seeking to discover the working part needed to produce the energy.
Meaning- thousands and thousands of experiments and attempts to create a machine like this one in your OP have been envisioned, created and then left
Magnet machines are always a hoax and there are dozens released online every few months.
Real science has no answer (as of yet) to the "perpetual machine", and seeing that so many intelligent folks over the years have tried to create
one- I highly doubt a guy like this man in this clip is actually trying anything that has not been proven to fail in the past.
I even remember being on the playground as a child and working out similar ideas, thinking magnets in a circle propelling each other was the
I am not a scientist, I simply offer the suggestion that this guy is a fake due to the sheer simplicity of his project, the fact that over a hundred
hoaxes just like this already exist on youtube, and the fact that such a machine is theoretically impossible.
In other words...I doubt this guy took a few toy-magnets, a coffee lid and two wires, and then delivered the answer to the age-old question-
"is a perpetual machine possible".
As far as we know for now, such a machine can not be built by our standards of science today.
I am sure all those who have tried thus far, first tried a few magnets and a coffee lid before moving on to finer technologies.
This guy is fake.
I'd also like to add that once the machine started, the camera was not allowed to view the underside of the machine (where he hid the connection to a
If this guy actually solved the biggest riddle in science, I think he would be more detailed in his presentation, quickly become the most famous
inventor in the world-
Or just be killed by some Big-Oil hitman.
Just my views on this, and thanks for posting.
As always, be well and see you in the pit.