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Perpetual motion? Not quite

08/15/2022 5:41 AM

Robotic motion in curved space defies standard laws of physics..

https://phys.org/news/2022-08-robotic-motion-space-defies-standard.html

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Re: Perpetual motion?Not quite

08/15/2022 6:28 AM

I don't get it...I don't see any laws being broken, just momentum and drag pushing on oppositional forces...

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Re: Perpetual motion?Not quite

08/15/2022 7:52 AM

I don't get it either,but supposedly brilliant scientists claim it is true.

Sadly, logic does not always apply in science

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Re: Perpetual motion?Not quite

08/15/2022 2:58 PM

I think what they're claiming here is not Perpetual Motion but a reactionless drive, also violating physics, i.e. conservation of momentum.

I bet what we're seeing here is static "Stick-slip" friction. If you drive it with an oscillating force, the pivot will start to move in one direction slightly before it will move in the other direction. No bearing is perfect.

When I was a kid, I found out that I could stand on the bathroom scale and shake my fists up and down at the right frequency to make the scale read lighter. It was not levitation, just Stick-slip friction.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stick-slip_phenomenon

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Re: Perpetual motion? Not quite

08/15/2022 11:23 PM

I have a problem relating the demonstrated motion to the textual description. I have great problems with modern physical narratives.

But there is indeed perpetual motion. Every particles possess it. It is self powered and pushes against itself. Repulsive electric field pressure across the diameter or interior of the charge, tries to blow the charge apart at c rate. The common magnetic field from this expansive acceleration, puts a common roll and twist onto the expanding charge. The momentum of the expansion is converted to angular momentum and the expansion is held at an equalized circumference of spin. A rotating helical ring. The circumference of the spin changes with energy level, it contracts with energy increase. Protons are much smaller than electrons. The estimated life time of this spin is 10E+60 years. Perpetual motion does not imply a source of perpetual energy.

But it does give us mass.

Energy is simply any and all motion(momentum). Mass is confined motion(angular momentum). c2 is a perpendicular(two accelerations at 90degrees) acceleration.(from E and M field interaction) That acceleration is what confines the motion into a rotation.

E=Mc2.

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Re: Perpetual motion? Not quite

08/17/2022 12:58 PM

In theory, a photon has perpetual motion. And the largest structures in the universe. My personal photon structures have a radius of about 50 LY at this time. And still accelerating volume.

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