>>52685562 When will normies realize perpetual energy claims are all fucking scams. How many decades will they take to understand this. It annoys me so much people actually support these frauds on kickstarter or whatever because they think there can be things that can literally ignore 6th grade energy conservation law
I always wondered what people that do all this (just go read his wikipedia article, that smells like scam) without getting any freaking money over time. Like 10 years later he still is a massive idiot without getting real good money. Like everyone knows it is scam and the only people that buy a license to know what the fuss is about make it public after and he invents some new shit like a phone that doesn't need to be charged in its entire lifetime (maybe because it works for 2 hours and then dies)
>>52685787 You assume he didn't get any money. That assumption is wrong. There are plenty of idiots willing to part with their money. I bet he scammed close family friends first then began burning bridges and expanded outwards. If Euclideon managed to scam $2 million dollars from the Australian government I bet this guy can too. As a last ditch attempt he could start a kickstarter. We already have seen plenty kickstarter's scam attract plenty of funds from the retards.
As usual, it's either a straight up scam or very liberal interpretation of 'everlasting', which might mean 'you can charge it as many times as you want'. Of course only tested for a year, or a couple hundred charge cycles.
>>52686113 if you read into it, he's been going on about it for about a decade, ("orbo" was announced in 2006) it is claiming to be a perpetual motion machine (aka energy-from-nothing, aka known to be impossible)
>>52685562 >No specific details of the workings of the claimed technology have been made public. Seán McCarthy stated in a 2006RTÉradio interview, "What we have developed is a way to constructmagnetic fieldsso that when you travel round the magnetic fields, starting and stopping at the same position, you have gained energy"
He's had ten years and hasn't shown how it works. Can't believe anyone falls for this.
>>52685668 >mfw coworkers think that it takes less energy to break water into oxygen and hydrogen than oxygen and hydrogen produce when they explode Ah yes, those evil oil companies covering up water cars by teaching people physics.
But there is a secret to losing weight; which is a chemical called DNP [2,4-Dinitrophenol] that literally allows your body to inefficiency use ATP, rapidly consuming stored body fat and increasing body heat by several degrees. You can double your daily energy requirements with DNP, but it has the minor side effect of literally killing you if you overdose even slightly.
>>52685629 >the technology was said to violate conservation of energy Bullshit then. I wish these fucking perpetual motion fuckers would just die. I want financially free energy, like solar or a bike generator, not something that doesn't decrease entropy. It's entirely the wrong focus. WE'LL WORK ON THE FINAL FUCKING QUESTION WHEN WE GET TO IT YOU SHITS
>>52687152 I kinda wish this was real. Is that how it gets investments? I mean, people who know it's bollocks, but just hope? That if they do it 100 times and someone succeeds, it'll have been worth it?
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