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Author Topic: What about a General Free Energy Machine folder  (Read 15206 times)


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What about a General Free Energy Machine folder
« on: April 02, 2005, 12:51:27 AM »
My research involves free energy by means of the Magnetocaloric effect in inhomogeneous fields.  The research strongly suggests that the free energy comes from ambient heat.  Included in the research is a theoretical free energy machine as demonstrated by two animated gifs.

I did not see an appropriate folder for such a free energy machine.  Perhaps a General Free Energy Machine folder would be nice.

Paul L.

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Re: What about a General Free Energy Machine folder
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2005, 01:04:38 AM »
Okay, Paul,
I will now create such a folder.
You can post your 2 animated GIFs then over there too.
Many thanks.
I think, almost all free energy machines use the cooling of the medium
to extract their energy from the environment and thus violate the second "law".
which is by the was no law at all, only an experience for the parameters an experiment
is used in.
If you change the parameters you can have a totally other experience like converting
heat to electricity, so this is why your research is very important Paul !
Many thanks !

Best regards, Stefan.