MP3: Perpetual Motion Machines / The endless quest for free energy

03.06.2013

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Perpetual Motion Machines / The endless quest for free energy MP3

Happy birthday to us: Incredible but true: Interesting Thing of the Day is 10 years old! I distinctly remember learning the laws of thermodynamics in a science class—it must have been around eighth grade. After explaining these laws, the teacher added, “…and that is why perpetual motion machines are impossible.” So this fact has been firmly implanted in my brain for a very long time. What ... Source: itotd.com

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