Sunday, 25 November 2018
Do We Really Need to Break the Laws of Physics?
It has often been suggested that in order for Bessler's wheel to work, the design must break the laws of physics.
Firstly, if we believe Bessler told the truth then we must seek the solution so that we can reconstruct his wheel. The prize for humanity is incalculable, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, pollution from the burning of fossil fuels; provision of a free source of energy; warmth for cold climates, air conditioning for hot climates; irrigation for desert regions and reduction of transportation costs by land and sea, to name but a few.
Do we honestly believe that Bessler’s wheel worked in some mysterious way which somehow not only broke the established laws of physics, but did so with impunity? The so-called “Laws” are conclusions based on repeated scientific experiments and observation over many years which have become accepted universally within the scientific community. We must accept that however unlikely it may seem, his wheel worked according to long established principles.
Just because our calculations appear to rule out any possibility of any of the laws of physics permitting such a device to work, does not mean that we have thought of every angle, point of view or approach that might resolve this apparent paradox.
But it is only a paradox if we continue to say that Bessler's wheel cannot work because it would defy some physical law. Obviously it didn't and we know it worked, therefore we are missing something. What ever that something is, it is very simple and easy to understand, because Karl the Landgrave stated as much.
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