Sunday, 14 May 2017
You Can't Ignore the Laws of Physics!
Let's face it, you can't avoid, nor can you ignore, the laws of physics.The chief problem we face in making claims that we have discovered how Johann Bessler designed and built his perpetual motion machine are inevitably, the fact that such machines are believed to be impossible, they conflict with the laws of physics and they go against everything we have been taught about such devices.
When you or I succeed in reconstructing his machine, it should have become obvious to us how and why it works, before we begin the build. Even then just showing the finished working prototype may not be sufficient to convince the diehard traditionalists. We have to explain the reason it works. So getting to that point should not be delayed until after we've built it - in fact it's a vital ingredient of potential success that we fully understand the how and the why before even designing it. And yet I get the impression that probably more than 90 per cent of perpetual motionists are still seeking the solution without working out a concept which avoids conflict - and that will lead to success. In other words they haven't formed a convincing argument that will answer the questions raised by the establishment that such machines violate the laws of physics. This answer should be part of the design process otherwise it can only lead to continued failure.
I think I know how to design a work-around that will circumvent those obdurate laws of physics and that is what each of us needs to attain - a believable concept which avoids the usual consequences of the actions and reactions of gravity and mass in a perpetual motion machine, according to the accepted laws of physics.
Bessler warned that when we design a wheel whose weights moved a little further from the centre on the downward side of the wheel, than those on the rising side, it is doomed to remain stationary. This looks like good advice.
I assume that those who read this are already convinced that Johann Bessler succeeded in building his gravity-enabled wheel and that he did not lie.
I think Bessler had little knowledge of why his unsuccessful wheels didn't work, but he did not know that what he was trying was impossible, so he kept going. At some point the solution or at last a way forward must have occured to him - remember the dream. Once he had the workable concept it was just a matter of time before he was successful.
at May 14, 2017
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