Perpetuum Mobile (VIDEO)

Posted in VIDEO       29 Oct 2022       3624       7



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Crate 1 year ago
now with glass marbles please
       
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Betsy 1 year ago
Crate,

I don't know why somebody downvoted you, but I am sure you are right, there is a magnet in the base
       
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Lucretia 1 year ago
Betsy, Crate was downvoted because ignorance is bliss.
       
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Riche 1 year ago
Crate,

It's not trickery and not perpetual motion. Look uo this thing. Just a simple ramp. No magnets or anything. It's really not a big deal, just a neat desk top item.
       
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Virgy 1 year ago
Riche,
bullsh, laws of physics dictate that a ball you drop down a ramp won't fly higher than it's potential energy was, like a pendulum will not get higher. there's a electro magnet in the foot accelerating the steel marbles, otherwise they'd get too slow to get back to their previous level....
       
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Dot 1 year ago
The metal ball is clearly being accelerated in some way, and the logical conclusion is magnets.
       
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Abby 1 year ago
I doubt that regular magnets are involved, if that was true than this would still be a perpetual device, which we all know is impossible. so there is electricity involved.
       
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