Posted by Orlowski Zygmunt on September 08, 2005 at 07:11:54:
In Reply to: Re: New invention - Generating energy from nothing! posted by Orlowski Zygmunt on August 08, 2005 at 15:47:47:
Comments concerning machine METOZ.
METOZ is able to realize the cycle "deflection and the cycle "straighening. Both cycles are inn accordance wih current physic's laws. METOZ as machine can not work and hand over the energy , because it would be inconsonat to the law of conservation of energy./For some part of people this law is quite holy./
I propose to execute the following intelectual process:
We have found ourselves in Europe of XVII century. We know the trigonometry in the scope of being occured for METOZ. We know what is the even-arm lever and moment of force too. Lot of thinkers in XVII century are sure that it is possibile to construct :Perpetual Motion Machine". Appears Mr. Baise Pascal/ 1623-1662/ and he publishes his hydraulic law. All thinkers are sure that this law is correct and real. After publishing this law, someone invented machine METOZ.. Now turn up the following questions:
1/ why the implemantation of the cycle "deflection" would be impossible?
2/ why the implementation of the cycle "straightening" would be impossible?
Both groups: opponents and followers of building METOZ live in XVII th century in Europe and they not know that:
a/ the law of conservationn of energy will exists scarcely aftewr 1847 y.
b/ the idea of an "energy" will be introduced intro ascience scarcely in mid. of XIX century.
c/ the thermodynamic and both laws of thermodynamic will be intrdused into the science scarcely in mid. of XIX-th century.
WHAT KIND OF RATIONALY ENTREATY /ARGUMENT/ CAN BE DREAMED UP THE OPPONENTS OF BUILDING THE MACHINE METOZ IN XVII-th CENTURY ???
The conception of an energy is discreate one to the same as a imbecility. No one has seen the energy and no one has seen the imbecility. We are able to observe results of the energy and imbecility. At present we have got to few energy because we have got to much imbecility.
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