Is there a possibility that we can invent a perpetual motion electric generator?
There owe over super machines continue to invade the mind and heart of millions—both scientists and non-scientists alike. With the fossil fuel depleting and there’s global warming because of the continuous burning or combustion of these fossil fuels, the world governments are turning into alternative energy sources.
Thanks to Al Gore that the idea of perpetual motion electric generator has raised from the dead.
Yes, the theory that man can invent perpetual motion electric generator is now alive and kicking despite the growing consensus among scientists that a perpetual motion electric generator will never exist.
During the 17th century, the idea of creating perpetual motion generators invaded the minds of the precursors of modern science.
There were sketches after sketches being published in scientific journals, even in the advent of the 20th century. Although there were doubts during those times, the hope of inventing such machine is high as one European inventor had claimed to invent one… only to be destroyed later due to fear of being plagiarized.
Today, the theory is continuously being entertained, especially among the youngsters attracted by the power and beauty of science. There is one forum, which is focused in the study and discussion of physics and other physical sciences, which has a thread about perpetual moving machines.
One had boasted that his or her friend had already come up with a working model, though he refused to elaborate. The said forum participant only showed a diagram pertaining to the composition of the newly invented machine. When asked if he could show the forum enthusiasts a real photo of the invention, he refused. This has cast doubts over the veracity or the truthfulness of the said invention.
However, for me, it is understandable. Who wants his or her work to be plagiarized? During the 1700s, the issue of plagiarizing of scientific and artistic works has become the focus of discussions. As I have mentioned before, a beautiful and working invention had been destroyed because of fear of being plagiarized.
Is there any possibility of creating a perpetual motion electric generator?
On the one hand, there is also a shadow of doubt over the destruction of inventions under scrutiny or examination. It is undeniable that in every art, there is a possibility of fraud. Scammers and schemers are living among us and in order to get public attention, they will show us some fascinating tricks or things, only to find out that they are fraud.
Science, like magic, is also prone to fakery or fraudulent acts. I imagine: What if that invention (by the way, I am talking about the Orffyreus wheel, invented in the 1700s) is really a fraud?
What if we where able to build a perpetual motion electric generator?
We all know that despite the vast knowledge amidst us, there is a little possibility that nature itself will reveal to us all her secrets. Until now, astronomers and quantum physicists are still puzzled about the origins of the universe; while doctors and medical experts are still struggling to find a drug that can cure all diseases. Now, let me ask you: Will it be possible for a man, knowing his limitations, to create a machine that is too perfect that he himself is still puzzled how can he invent it?
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