Undiscovered technology that would have changed the world

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Re: Undiscovered technology that would have changed the world




by Exnihiloest » 15/03/22, 20:50

izentrop wrote:More energy out than in, it's obviously a scam : roll:

Your conclusion is illogical.
Example: a windmill. Anyone who does not see the wind or who does not know what the wind is, will say that a windmill is a scam.
An unknown source of energy could be at work, a system is never closed, especially at the quantum level. Facts trump theory. So if the facts are proven, to be verified, then we should look for where the unknown energy comes from.
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Re: Undiscovered technology that would have changed the world




by Obamot » 15/03/22, 21:21

izentrop wrote:More energy out than in, it's obviously a scam : roll:
But no, it's the Exomil-io-est who says it, it can only be "TRUE"


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Re: Undiscovered technology that would have changed the world




by izentrop » 16/03/22, 08:09

Exnihiloest wrote:Example: a windmill. Anyone who does not see the wind or who does not know what the wind is, will say that a windmill is a scam.
The guy who says that is completely wrong, because it is explained by physics as a mass of warm air moving towards a mass of cold air. The mass of hot air having expanded by the action of the heat of the sun, only requires a return to equilibrium by warming the cold air.
The mill has been judiciously placed in the flow to extract part of the mechanical energy of the wind and transform it into electrical energy for the most modern, thanks to the spin of the electron... but always with a loss in the transformation Energy.
Exnihiloest wrote: So if the facts are true
No and no!, the quantum has a good back, the guy may do all the gloubi blouga possible, the energy is conserved but does not multiply and in all cases of conversion, a part is inevitably lost in the battle. :P
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Re: Undiscovered technology that would have changed the world




by Rajqawee » 16/03/22, 09:08

Nature is shit, and that's why I don't care about its laws. We're going to screw his mother over thermodynamics. Nothing to jerk off to.
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