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Author Topic: And what if....... electrostatic motor?  (Read 6161 times)

Offline kfede224

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And what if....... electrostatic motor?
« on: March 27, 2012, 02:33:39 PM »
I have read something I had not known about today. The article title says: UC Riverside researchers' discovery of electrostatic spin challenges century-old theory (here the link: It's from 2003 year!!!! So thermodynamics flaws has been known for a long time hehehehe......
Some excerpt:
New physical phenomenon will likely impact atomic physics, chemistry and nanotechnology
RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- In a discovery that is likely to impact fields as diverse as atomic physics, chemistry and nanotechnology, researchers have identified a new physical phenomenon, electrostatic rotation, that, in the absence of friction, leads to spin. Because the electric force is one of the fundamental forces of nature, this leap forward in understanding may help reveal how the smallest building blocks in nature react to form solids, liquids and gases that constitute the material world around us.
Scientists Anders Wistrom and Armik Khachatourian of University of California, Riverside first observed the electrostatic rotation in static experiments that consisted of three metal spheres suspended by thin metal wires, and published their observations in Applied Physics Letters. When a DC voltage was applied to the spheres they began to rotate until the stiffness of the suspending wires prevented further rotation. The observed electrostatic rotation was not expected and could not be explained by available theory.

So what if instead a 'magnetic motor' based on repulsion between magnets, someone try with electrostatic repulsion between objects, thereby creating a 'electrostatic free energy motor'?

What do you think?