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Comments 1725.11.201401:09link3.8
hmmmm. and what about friction?
engura engura 25.11.201405:55 response link 0.1
oo i know this channel on youtube, the guy makes models of perpetual motion concepts to show how they're supposed to work
clicheXXname123X clicheXXname123X 25.11.201406:52 response link -0.2
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN8JJf0CMRkZ6ozapl6nMCw
clicheXXname123X clicheXXname123X 25.11.201406:53 response link -0.1
Thanks, but if you posting something about the same topic please using the response button.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 25.11.201413:46 response link 0.0
does it ever stop? and im not talking about the gif.
Dice671 Dice671 25.11.201407:39 response link 0.0
It's called 'perpetuum mobile' that means perpetual motion, in another words neverending motion(energy) - you only need starting energy and it'll continue by itself.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 25.11.201413:50 response link 0.0
And for your answer, it's shouldn't stop. But in nature materials are ending eventually and transfer into energy.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 25.11.201413:52 response link 0.0
FFFrriiction
Hardrada Hardrada 25.11.201411:21 response link 0.0
anyway any object with a starting energy in the space (absolute void) is under neverending motion teoricaly?
Stalker Stalker 25.11.201423:10 response link 0.0
As I said above there's a balance in nature that every atom's and/or sub-particle's life span ends. It's turn to energy in purpose to create a new atom - nothing can't be created from no where by any law of physics(that's why scientists don't believe in God). So basically it will be neverending untill atleast one of the atoms will turn into energy and then the circle will break. That's how everything works in the eternal space - births and deaths.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 26.11.201400:13 response link 0.0
but there is friction even in space?
Stalker Stalker 26.11.201402:07 response link 0.0
Yes. Friction is a surface effect and doesn't depend upon there being air.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 26.11.201402:13 response link 0.0
That looks like a nice decoration piece for my room. I wonder if theyre selling it.
fazhar fazhar 26.11.201407:55 response link 0.0
Yes you could. It's more for the office and it'll be even nicer near the window.
I worked in a place that the mechanical engeering there built a neverending train. Whe is offie was empty it was abit spooky, if you didn't know.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 26.11.201412:04 response link 0.0
Excellent. Do you know where I can buy it from.
fazhar fazhar 26.11.201413:00 response link 0.0
I don't know you can ask someone to build it for or to search 'Kinetic Perpetual Motion' online - you might find better than this.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 26.11.201413:06 response link 0.0
Excellent. Do you know where I can buy it from.
fazhar fazhar 26.11.201412:57 response link 0.0
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