8 July 2012

An Idea on Perpetual Motion

  If something exists naturally (naturally occurring) I believe that it is very possible. Birds can fly, now we can...perpetual motion?...The Earth, the Earth's magnetic field producing dynamo (I know this will not last forever as shown by the lack of the magnetic shied on Mars today.  At least if we better understood how it operated then we could feed the reaction and help somehow to keep it perpetuating.), the solar system, those electrons around every atom (try to convince me that they stay in one place)...If it exists naturally -it is possible! I believe we will produce perpetual motion one day...since the physics of our natural existence has already created it.  What occurrences in nature can you classify as perpetual motion?  A black hole perhaps?  Please consider.


Gravity...the resulting product of the strong nuclear force. The force that holds atoms together, the more mass that is present, the more gravitational force exists. Just a theory.
Thank you thoughtflashes
Batteries are a store of electrons; magnets then are batteries of a stored magnetic field. How often would you need to replace the magnets?
ECAT 1MW heat plant with thermal output through a normal pressure warm water/steam outlet. It can be coupled to a high pressure loop, not very hard to attach a turbine for electricity.
Please do not regurgitate what you have been taught. Think about it first.
Black-holes are positive proof of over-unity, holes are positive proof of perpetual motion in physics today. Yes, it means that it is possible.
You simply cannot get energy out of nothing...Yet you can get energy out of Forces. We do every day. Wake up. Yes we are being lied to...and yet, you lie to yourself.
Yes it is......Hawking radiation

In 1974, Hawking showed that black holes are not entirely black but emit small amounts of thermal radiation; an effect that has become known as Hawking radiation. By applying quantum field theory to a static black hole background, he determined that a black hole should emit particles in a perfect black body spectrum. Since Hawking's publication, many others have verified the result through various approaches. If Hawking's theory of black hole radiation is correct, then black holes are expected to shrink and evaporate over time because they lose mass by the emission of photons and other particles. The temperature of this thermal spectrum (Hawking temperature) is proportional to the surface gravity of the black hole, which, for a Schwarzschild black hole, is inversely proportional to the mass. Hence, large black holes emit less radiation than small black holes.

A stellar black hole of one solar mass has a Hawking temperature of about 100 nanokelvins. This is far less than the 2.7 K temperature of the cosmic microwave background radiation. Stellar mass or larger black holes receive more mass from the cosmic microwave background than they emit through Hawking radiation and thus will grow instead of shrink. To have a Hawking temperature larger than 2.7 K (and be able to evaporate), a black hole needs to have less mass than the Moon. Such a black hole would have a diameter of less than a tenth of a millimeter.
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