Re: A real "free energy" machine?
Magnets are weird stuff, and I won't claim to understand them, but it is possible, no matter how improbable, there isn't an entropy problem.
A balanced entropy equation (work in = work out, ie, "you don't get anything for free") is dependant on a reversible process. Irreversible processes, pretty much any process known to man, but let's say nuclear fission, clearly isn't reversible, and you get out more energy than you put in. Of course, the kicker is, the energy is made up by the loss of fissionable material and the energy of the atom.
I don't know what this guy is "depleting" to get his power if it does in fact "work".
There is not even close to enough info on that site to scientifically argue for/against it.
And then on the other side of the coin, maybe you can seemingly get something for free if the laws of science are in fact inadequate to describe the situation.
The real problem here is the fact this stuff hasn't been in the news. The scientific community would be all over this, and it would be Nobel winning class science if it was real.
Last edited by luvtolean; 11-10-2004 at 12:55 PM.