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I have idea for infinite energy! Answered

I have idea for an infinite energy or perpetual motion. I know that perpetual motion is impossible because it contrary with firs and second law of thermodynamics. I have learned those laws on  school too but I asked my physics teacher ( I'm in high school now 16 years old) and he said that it looks possible. The problem is that I'm from Kosovo,and there is no any labs of that type where I can make my experiment. If you have any idea about any of this labs which are interested on infinite energy experiments. I would appreciate your help.

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tgferreira184 (author)2014-02-04

Just stick a bunch of copper and zinc rods in the oceanand the reaction with the salty water will produce infine energy.

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a.) It can't be infinite

b.)...until the rods rot..

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And how long would it take for the rods to rot? A long time.

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It depends on the current. A long time is not infinite, and the energy isn't infinite.

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loveseo (author)2014-02-05
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rickharris (author)2014-02-05

I am pretty sure you have an idea but in some way it is flawed.

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Josehf Murchison (author)2014-02-04

What is your idea?

Just because you don't achieve perpetual motion doesn't mean you wont make a more efficient drive.

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+1 I'm very curious to know about this big idea. So, yeah... um... what's the idea?

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Vyger (author)2014-02-04

Energy already is infinite (I am speaking from our little viewpoint and not a cosmic one). The problem is getting it to do what we want instead of what it wants.

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kelseymh (author)2014-02-04

You probably want to read through <A HREF="http://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/museum/unwork.html">this</A>. You'll probably find your idea already in there, along with an analysis of why it doesn't work the way you think it does.

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kelseymh (author)Jack A Lopez2014-02-04

Thanks, Jack! I can't cut-and-paste with the new comment editor; I was typing that manually.

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Jack A Lopez (author)kelseymh2014-02-04

Yeah. The new comment editor has some problems, and it might be even be different problems for every different browser.

I can cut and paste OK, but every time I try to select some text, for to make it bold or italic, the menu that pops up to do that is invisible. Then I kind of of have to move my mouse pointer over the invisible menu, and do everything sort of by feel, and that's kind of annoying.

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Your link did not work at first but I found the page after a couple tries.

Did you notice most of those machines need friction less bearings?

Have you red Stephen Hawking’s new paper?

He really likes to hedge his bets.

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mpilchfamily (author)2014-02-04

Most of these kind of things look possible but are not.

Also most people don't have any kind of lab to work in. they use what they have available.

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