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Title: Could Self-Powered-Overunity-Devices be doomsday machines
Post by: postingsite on November 17, 2018, 03:28:26 AM
Could Self-Powered-Overunity-Devices be doomsday machines .

Just say that  Self-Powered-Overunity-Devices draw in  Aether-Soup  particles to power themselves,  and they then emit this energy as heat which is the infrared part of the light-spectrum( electromagnetic-spectrum ),  so that these machines eat and send  Aether-Soup out of the solar-system .

Could this cause a local lack of  Aether-Soup,  either causing things to freeze, or electrons and protons to fall apart and crumble into nothing .

Note - Protons and neutrons and electrons are constantly absorbing, and emitting photons in the environment, and part of that constant cycle  may also be Aether-Soup  particles .

The other possibility is that  Self-Powered-Overunity-Devices  become a magnet that bends the trajectory of almost all light-waves( or energy-waves ) of the electromagnetic-spectrum in order to use them to power themselves .
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  Another point that could be relevant to this post -

      - Is it possible that light cannot travel in a vacuum that has no Aether-Soup,  that it would fade to nothing in such a vacuum .
Title: Re: Could Self-Powered-Overunity-Devices be doomsday machines
Post by: onepower on November 17, 2018, 05:48:57 AM
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Could Self-Powered-Overunity-Devices be doomsday machines .

Just say that  Self-Powered-Overunity-Devices draw in  Aether-Soup  particles to power themselves,  and they then emit this energy as heat which is the infrared part of the light-spectrum( electromagnetic-spectrum ),  so that these machines eat and send  Aether-Soup out of the solar-system .

It is known that there are billions of observable galaxies each containing trillions of stars and each star a thermo-nuclear fusion generator radiates more energy in a matter of minutes than all of man kind has transformed in it's entire existence. Where do you suppose all this energy went if energy is conserved?. As an analogy you seem to be overly concerned what might happen if your neighbor pissed in the Atlantic ocean and what dire consequences might become of it.

Did you know there is a star 2600 times larger than our star... the Sun. It would vaporize our entire solar system in the blink of an eye and you are worried that we may run out of Aether-soup?. No chicken little the universe will be okay long after we have long since past.

It is much more likely that man due to his own stupidity and greed will destroy themselves well before we run out of Aether-soup.
Title: Re: Could Self-Powered-Overunity-Devices be doomsday machines
Post by: ayeaye on November 17, 2018, 06:50:12 AM
As i see it, overunity is nothing special, it happens all the time. Like when an object falls to the ground, where does the energy it gets come from? One may say potential energy, but this is just a calculated number, potential energy doesn't give an object a speed. As it likely is, the field does work to give the object an energy. Now one says that rising that object to its previous height takes the same amount of energy. But this is because the gravitational field is symmetric, that is spherical, not exactly because of the first law of thermodynamics.

Field making the object to move in a certain direction, increases organization and likely decreases chaos at the zero point, thus zero point energy decreases. Working against the field should decrease the organization and thus increase the chaos at the zero point, thus its energy increases. There is a huge amount of energy at zero point, likely more in a cubic centimeter than all humanity has ever consumed.

Overunity is energy coming from an unknown source. Zero point can be considered such as well, as we don't know what exactly happens there.

So what i think, getting energy from zero point is what always happens, and this has no negative consequences. At that we take energy from zero point always only temporarily. It likely always goes back to the zero point, as the result of a work that we use that energy to do. We may only make the recycling cycle longer.

Thus, i see no sensible reason to worry that overunity may have any negative consequences. But of course, i cannot be certain about the things that we don't know. But i think that we do many much more dangerous things that we don't know and the consequences of which we don't know. Like all the electricity, what really happens when we generate it and use it so lot, we don't really know what happens. Thus we also cannot be sure that something bad cannot happen.

Overunity may also decrease some dangers, like there may be no need for many high voltage power lines.