Turning physics on its ear: Could this be a perpetual motion machine, finally?
[…] they have demonstrated the Perepiteia to a number of labs and universities across North America, including the University of Virginia, Michigan State University, the University of Toronto and Queens University.
“It’s generally always the same reaction,” says Heins. “There’s a bit of a scramble on the part of the observer to put what they’re seeing into some sort of context with what they know. They can’t explain it. They don’t know what it is.”
This happens every now and again — someone swears they’ve created perpetual motion. Eighteen months ago, it was a company from Ireland..
We’ve discussed perpetual motion before and, strangely, how it relates to religion.