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Author Topic: Physics is wrong, but also right. Free energy does not violate any physics laws.  (Read 1676 times)

Offline mlpmlg

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Mods sticky this please.

Free energy motor magnets are not perpetual motion, magnets lose energy after a while, therefore they are not violating physics laws.

Physics is right, but also wrong.

The idea that energy cannot be created is "sort of" generally true but has flaws.

The entire concept of overunity is a response to mainstream physics, thus is part of mainstream physics framework, which means it is based on outdated physics ideas to begin with.

A magnet motor might be overunity or might be not, but I'm not saying its not, not overunity.

Let me illustrate an example.

A magnet is similar to a battery, it has flows from top to bottom.

Let's say it takes 2 calories for a person to sit in their garage, and assemble the parts to a common household battery.

The battery itself provides 2000 calories to run a light bulb.

Does that mean physics laws have been violated?

Does that mean common household batteries are overunity?

Food for thought.