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by First Last

eBook PERPETUAL MOTION download ISBN: 1931882517
Author: First Last
Publisher: ADVENTURES UNLIMITED PRESS (February 25, 2015)
Language: English
Pages: 100
ePub: 1649 kb
Fb2: 1516 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering

The book is very well organized and thought out. He begins with the bare basics.

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). The book is very well organized and thought out. Perpetual motion is a concept that defies easy definition but the author does a commendable job dividing perpetual motion machines into those that violate the first law of thermodynamics and those that violate the second law of thermodynamics. His explanation of the second law is somewhat weak; it is probably because of his attempt at simplification which goes too far.

Perpetual motion is motion of bodies that continues indefinitely. A perpetual motion machine is a hypothetical machine that can do work indefinitely without an energy source. This kind of machine is impossible, as it would violate the first or second law of thermodynamics.

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Perpetual motion machines of the first kind are those devices that violate the first law of thermodynamics, the principle of conservation of energy, creating energy out of nothing  . in the self-published book Energy from the Vacuum, are considered "howlers" by physicists, and that his doctorate title was obtained from a diploma mill. Bearden then founded and directed the Alpha Foundation's Institute for Advanced Study (AIAS) to further propagate his theories.

The Perpetual Motion Machine book. Be the first to ask a question about The Perpetual Motion Machine. This book in particular was highly entertaining, though I never knew how much of it was meant as a joke and how much was meant in all seriousness. Lists with This Book. Most likely, Scheerbart didn't worry about those kinds of distinctions, just as he didn't worry about the distinction between reality and fantasy.

The deceptively simple task of making a mechanism which would turn forever has fascinated many famous men and physicists throughout the centuries. In fact, the basic tenets of engineering grew from the failures of these perpetual motion machine designers. This work offers an illustrated overview of perpetual motion machines and their inventors.
Comments: (7)
DEAD-SHOT
Very interesting information. Very good.
Agamaginn
Superb research and writing by MR. Ord-Hume, thank you yet again, sir
Mildorah
Dynamics
Malodred
Great book
Narim
The book's content is very good. The pag.es are of a very low grade paper, similar to 20 lb. newsprint
Zamo
This should be everyone's basic text on the subject of perpetual motion. If it were, there might be a lot less nonsense written on the topic.
Love Me
It is a well-documented book, all you need to know about the perpetual motion you find it in this book, totally recommended!
I was impressed by author Ord-Hume's aviation titles and discovered he had a website. The author's interests extend way beyond aviation and include the subject of the present book. Although dating from the 1970s a later printing was still available. The book appears not to have been brought up to date; the only new addition being a new preface by the author.

The book is very well organized and thought out. He begins with the bare basics. Perpetual motion is a concept that defies easy definition but the author does a commendable job dividing perpetual motion machines into those that violate the first law of thermodynamics and those that violate the second law of thermodynamics. His explanation of the second law is somewhat weak; it is probably because of his attempt at simplification which goes too far.

Then we are treated to a fairly chronological feast of various perpetual motion machines that have reared their heads over the years. The illustrations are from the relevant periods and aid the reader immensely in following the text. In the few cases where a machine is not illustrated it can be a challenge to visualize it based solely on description. It is fascinating that there were trends in perpetual motion machines as the centuries passed, self-contained mills, overbalancing wheels, electromagnetism, etc.

The author also spends several chapters describing machines that actually succeeded in producing very long running (centuries) motion. Barometric self winding clocks, ever-ringing bells, and radium powered devices are a few. The author also writes a somewhat confused chapter on nuclear energy and its relevance to the subject. Today he could have added material on the many solar powered devices that mimic perpetual motion. He also includes a chapter on various perpetual lamps that have been reported over the ages.

The author contends, barring outright frauds, that the quest for perpetual motion was by no means wasted effort and that much positive good came of it. He regrets that perpetual motion seekers seem to be a dying breed and attributes this to a decline in values in modern society. I think he misses the boat here. In the decades following this book there have been many overtly fraudulent but also many honest but misguided attempts to discover a "free energy" or "over unity" device. The name "perpetual motion" has fallen from use but the lure and those that chase after it are still very much with us.

Highly recommended. It's interesting that the publisher is noted more for its occult, conspiracy, and psuedoscientific titles if the catalog of titles on the final few pages of this book is anything to go by. They are to be congratulated all the more so then for bringing this sane and sober title back into print.