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crankier Perpetual Energy 2003 Mar 11
     ... perpetual motion . free energy . thermodynamics ...
"My believe is that the second law of thermodynamics is no more than a meme. However I never seen or heard of proof of a working machine that violates the Second law. The Second law states that you never can put heat energy for 100% into a other form of energy, You will always have a increase of Entropy that means you never get the same temperature difference back where you started with. The implication of this that in the long run everything will have the same temperature, Total Entropy wil than exist. But there is something untrue about this, I wil explain this to you."

anti Thermodynamics for Two 2002 Feb 26
     ... Scientific Creationism . evolution . thermodynamics ...
"Something mighty close to that is what is happening whenever someone tosses out a line like, 'Evolution is impossible because it breaks the Second Law of Thermodynamics.' I know for a fact that I've heard that from folks who haven't a clue what any of the Laws of Thermodynamics are. But they've heard that really impressive-sounding line used in a lecture, or a tract, or maybe one of those tiny little comic books, or from behind a pulpit -- and because it sounds so scientific, they adopt it as one of their one-line slogans that 'disprove' evolution."

cranky Gravity as resistance to heat flow 2000 Aug 13
     ... Einstein was wrong . thermodynamics ...
"A heat-based gravity theory has been developed in order to account for a number of anomalies related to the mass-based gravity theories of Newton and Einstein. A fundamental assumption of this theory that the gravitational force will come into being whenever heat flows through curved surface like a hemisphere. This idea has been tested in the laboratory."

crankiest Physics Myths and Physics Facts 2000 Aug 13
     ... physics . Big Bang . cosmology . electromagnetism . quantum mechanics . relativity . thermodynamics ...
"Included are also topics where the flaws (or the alternative explanations where given) are not a certainty but only possible or likely within the light of other evidence. It should be obvious from the formulation when this is the case. The content of this page is being updated as necessary." A long, long list of extremely broken physics.

crankiest The Backyard Cold Fusion Experiment 2000 Jul 13
     ... cold fusion . free energy . thermodynamics ...
"The experiment was performed on June 22. Prior to that date the preparation took about a month, but on a very limited time basis. A canister of deuterium gas was ordered from Amerigas in Los Angeles for .00. ... The canister contained 20 liters of gas at 700 psi of pressure. ... Titanium was chosen over palladium as the metal for several reasons. First I could not find a small amount of palladium anywhere in Southern California. ...'"

cranky Pages of Philip Mintz 2000 May 13
     ... science . thermodynamics . quantum mechanics . philosophy . biology . psychology . chemistry . nuclear physics ...
"Essays on science: The building blocks of matter ... Thermodynamics: What makes machines run ... Optics: The two-slit experiment ... The philosophy of science: A suggested explanation of everything ... Biology: How senses work ... Chemistry: The what, how, and why of everything ... Nuclear energy: An explanation for the curious about a mysterious phenomenon ..."

cranky Creative Science and Research 2000 May 13
     ... science . thermodynamics . free energy . gravitation . electromagnetism . Nikola Tesla ...
"The fuelless engine ... The gravity engine .. The fuelless heater ... Fuel from water ... High-voltage electromagnets ... Free energy from the Earth ... The air engine .. The Tesla turbine engine ..."

cranky The Solar Combustion Air Pages 2000 May 13
     ... science . thermodynamics . free energy . economics . conspiracy ...
"... is a method of preheating air to a natural gas burner, like a hot water heater. But more importantly it can preheat air to a coal burning power plant, or any typical fossil fuel burner, such as a propane, or oil stove. Preheating of air is actually a very common practice in industry. For example, often air is preheated by molten metal from a blast furnace. The preheated air is then blown into the firebox and mixed with fuel. The net result is less fuel is burned."

fringe The Animate and the Inanimate 2000 Apr 26
     ... science . philosophy . thermodynamics ...
"This work sets forth a theory which is speculative in nature, there being no verifying experiments. It is based on the idea of the reversibility of everything in time; that is, that every type of process has its time-image, a corresponding process which is its exact reverse with respect to time. This accounts for all physical laws but one, namely, the second law of thermodynamics. This law has been found in the nineteenth century to be a source of a great deal of difficulty. The eminent physicist, Clerk-Maxwell, in the middle of the nineteenth century, while giving a proof of that law, admitted that reversals are possible by imagining a 'sorting demon' who could sort out the smaller particles, and separate the slower ones from the faster ones. This second law of thermodynamics brought in the idea of energy-level, of unavailable energy (or 'entropy' as it was called by Clausius) which was constantly increasing."

cranky BlackLight Power, Inc. 1999 May 27
     ... technology . free energy . thermodynamics ...
"... believes it has developed a new method ... for generating thermal energy for heating and electrical power generation, and a vast class of new compositions of matter."

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