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I have closely followed searl's effect generator , it's noticed even Fernando in his experiment doing a mistake, probably sear has not even told him the real secret, but wood brass glass is progressing better than Fernando
how law of physics explain perpetual motion of celestial bodies , if such motion existing , there are chances to replicate small models , question is whether John searl's achieved this phenomenon
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For what I understood, it isn't a perpetual motion machine, it converts electron kinetic energy (from heat) into mechanical energy. The logic assertion is, if you have A kCal of heat in the neodymium core, the machine harvest the kinetic energy in the electrons and converts it to B Watts of mechanical energy, that does not violate any physics principle. And is not "free energy", if someone make the thing work it would generate a certain amount of power as long as the opposing torque (load) equilibrate the torque created by the device. Once the load exceedes the generated power, the machine would loose stability and stop, like any other electric generator. Maybe is not feasible, maybe it is inefficient, but it is an interesting idea (at least it would make a great cooling method).
ps: being A > B.
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