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Evidence Against the Classical Model
by Nathan Coppedge
This simple apparatus may be the first evidence that it is possible to break the First Law of Thermodynamics.
To which I say, "The truth must dazzle gradually, or everyone be blind".
Dickinson wrote this almost two centuries ago, with little expectation that it would apply to new philosophies of physics.
Now we will consider a second expression, that "An object can move upwards without expending energy."
That would be a ridiculous claim.
However, perhaps something HAS moved upwards without expending energy.
Would a physicist believe it? And if so, wouldn't that depend on confirming evidence? Wouldn't it depend on confirming evidence even if the physicist did not believe it?
But, nonetheless, the notion that energy can be created, or that motion takes place except as a result of expenditure, has remained highly controversial, even damnable to science.
However, according to my simple experiment, it IS POSSIBLE FOR AN OBJECT TO MOVE UPWARDS WITHOUT EXPENDING ENERGY.
The conditions are as complex as they are subtle, and it is therefore beyond my reasoning power to formulate the exact physics under which these conditions occur.
Nonetheless, I have enough reasoning to know that in my experiment, there is no use of electricity or springs, and the objects begin from a position of rest. And all objects involved may return to their initial altitudes. Yet motion takes place. So, according to Newtonian mechanics, it does involve the creation of energy.
Since I have received some criticism on the exact details and references, calling them 'junk science', I will leave specific operation up to the imagination.
Although, a considerable percentage of the information is fully present in the video.
Suffice to say, it is a simple construction which appears, upon thorough examination, to break the First Law of Thermodynamics, but not Newtonian mechanics.
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I don't expect you to understand immediately how this is high-class science, but I have a significant appreciation of the degree of specialism which occurs in science. Reaching this degree of sophistication vis. engineering on such a longstanding problem was no easy task for me.