posted on Sep, 24 2012 @ 09:23 AM
Op, in my oppinion perpetual motion is possible, our scientific understanding is just flawed. For example, any science oriented person will tell you
the big bang happened, even though that is free energy from nothing, yet they take it at face value and dont question it. Funny how that works huh?
Second, one of the smartest people that ever lived, DaVinci believed it was quite possible, I will put my faith in him. In college for computer and
electronic engineering, we learned that in this century at our current rate of expansion of innovation, we will have devices that brake the laws of
physics and thermodynamics as we know them at present. As we already know they are very flawed, and even Einstein himself, admitted his theories ( not
facts theories) were not absolute, quite short sited, and would one day be overturned, as they were in his own words, just a stepping stone.
As anyone that took any science higher than earth/physical science knows, our "laws" are not really laws, they are the currently agreed upon, best
educated guess we have. If our understanding were so high as some of the other members claim, we would have a unified field theory, we do not, meaning
our understanding of the universes "laws" do not work on paper together at all, yet we know they work together, look around, the universe exists,
proof of concept. So by our top scientists own admition, we know we are wrong about a great many things, we just do not yet know enough to know, what
they are, and to what extent they are wrong, let alone the methods necessary to fix them.
So OP having read every post, and now responded, I am asking nicely pretty please, with sugar and chocolate syrup, and a cherry on top. Give us the
general idea of your "device" that we might give it a quick once over, before we all just consider you a troll, and ignore you.