Top 10 Fascinating Attempts at Creating PERPETUAL MOTION Machine


AmbituS
AmbituS

I wonder why perpetual motion is always rejected and not utilized as low power efficient energy generators. for example since magnets de-magnetize after a while, why not replace them and keep going? It could possibly last longer than most machines.

Vor 8 Stunden
Validole
Validole

In general: Something that is static in the direction of the force (a mass that stays at the same height) can do no work, can provide no energy (free or otherwise), since work (=energy output) = force x distance (both of those are vectors, and the multiplication is a dot product: if they're perpendicular, the force does no work, so provides no energy)

Vor 17 Stunden
Validole
Validole

Too bad the reasons why some of these don't work are misrepresented. Magnets do not just "eventually lose their magnetism". In one case, the ball would roll up the wheel until the combined force of gravity and of the pull of the magnet are normal to the wheel's inner surface, at which point the system will be stable (ie. no forces that can make the system move). In the other case you can clearly see him lifting the metal bar at the point where, were he not to do that, the wheel would lose its collected energy. Essentially, him lifting the metal bar provides the energy in the same way that the footboard provides energy to the spinning wheel. Shoddy explanations like that are a big part of why people still think perpetual motion machines are a thing...

Vor 17 Stunden
James Hines
James Hines

If freeenergy isn't possible then we are doomed. Gravity is the force, water is the catalyst, convertion,diversion,"secret sauce", is the key to freeenergy!

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ThE DIDDL3R
ThE DIDDL3R

You can’t create energy

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DJPhysics
DJPhysics

5:37 tja strongest battery huuu magnet

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Taikamuna
Taikamuna

Spoiler alert: None of them work

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A Leo
A Leo

Can 3 take a load

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A Leo
A Leo

Put 7 in a vaccume

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Jaynon Kaynan
Jaynon Kaynan

?

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john castle
john castle

I've seen free porn with more pixels 🙃

Vor 2 Tage
David Craig
David Craig

Mine uses lightning to take advantage of electromaglev (frictionless) bearings. For all PRACTICAL purposes, perpetual motion is an adequate term, even though incorrect. Lately I have been considering quicksilver inside a copper disk or sphere, maybe 1/2 full, then hit it with lightning.

Vor 2 Tage
Marshall Eastwood
Marshall Eastwood

letz say your magnet have to be replaced avery 10 years? it is perpetual af yo

Vor 3 Tage
William Gambrell
William Gambrell

I like how every time One of the machines seems to work you say well magnets eventually run out. The whole point of perpetual motion is to make more energy than your spending.

Vor 3 Tage
GlintTheStrong
GlintTheStrong

So perpetual motion isn't possible, got it, but in #9 it is mentioned that friction would cause the parts to need to be replaced. Does that mean its possible to make something that could work "perpetually" with the limitation of needing continual maintenance? Or would the maintenance required just make it not worth doing? Mainly I'm wondering if a generator that just doesn't require any new input outside of repairing worn down parts is possible and/or practical.

Vor 3 Tage
John Orf
John Orf

Keep it locked up in the basement? Wtf? That's what's wrong with this world. If it was mine I would flood the internet with its blueprints.

Vor 3 Tage
MattYZ
MattYZ

Law of Thermal Dynamics...

Vor 4 Tage
Sebastian Jones
Sebastian Jones

this fool dont understant fisics gud

Vor 4 Tage
daexion
daexion

The premise should be "If the materials used were indestructible would it be a perpetual motion machine?" and not "because one of the materials might break it's cannot be a perpetual motion machine" statement. You can basically apply the second to most of them and say "because the materials used might break at some point, it cannot be a perpetual motion machine". I'm not saying any of them would work forever, but it's a terrible argument to claim that because something might break it's not a perpetual motion machine. More to the point, it's an intellectually deficient argument. I'm pretty sure you're smart enough to actually relate the reason why it won't run forever by using the premise of "if the materials used could last forever, would this still run forever?" A lot of perpetual motion machines fail because the energy needed to keep operating is more than the energy obtained by running, and once the initial energy is expended they stop running.

Vor 4 Tage
Rebok Fleetfoot
Rebok Fleetfoot

perpetual motion on the earth comes down to eliminating friction

Vor 4 Tage
Andrei Sircuta
Andrei Sircuta

Dude, Neodinium magnets ar actually monopole magnets. Or do I miss something ?

Vor 4 Tage
Herr Schmidt
Herr Schmidt

Yes, they are not.

Vor 3 Tage
Dcard Dcardian
Dcard Dcardian

Because people think you can skip laws of thermodynamics. You got to use something to get something.

Vor 4 Tage
Jay Eisenhardt
Jay Eisenhardt

Nothing is perpetual, eventually our sun will die and the big bang will be the big implosion and the heat death of the universe or something. Doesn't matter if you can get 99.99999 PERPETUAL 9's as close only matters in horse shoes and hand grenades. 90% efficient and can power our civilization for a few billion years. Nope! It has to be replaced. lol

Vor 4 Tage
Mr. E Potato
Mr. E Potato

ITER is said to create 10x more energy than is needed to power it. Construction ends 2025. Should fire up that same year. *Fingers crossed*

Vor 5 Tage
Herr Schmidt
Herr Schmidt

Depends on what you include on the "power it" side of the equation... It is as much a perpetual motion device as a fossile fuel power plant.

Vor 4 Tage
Ghghhhjjh Gh
Ghghhhjjh Gh

Youre making people stupid

Vor 5 Tage
Dimitar Dimitrov
Dimitar Dimitrov

Perpetual motion is not correct. Paradox motion is. A machine that run forever until parts are not wear off can be designed. And to provide energy during that time. I have such designs. For example water in seas/rivers have waves. High points of the waves can fill container. This container gets down when is filled and water spills out when get down. During downward path the container press down the leverage and crank mechanism which have transmission to rotate the propeller at the back of the ship. Also hanging ball with copper wires can be designed. Ball is attached to flexible cord and spins around its axis and twist the cord. The spins in the oposite direction when cord is unwrapped. Its possible.

Vor 5 Tage
Swaroop Rajpurohit
Swaroop Rajpurohit

If energy can neither be created nor destroyed, then how can you make free energy?

Vor 6 Tage
Mario Voigt
Mario Voigt

I may have found one from the third century

Vor 7 Tage
face2faceyouth
face2faceyouth

Click bait!

Vor 7 Tage
Josh Irish
Josh Irish

dont know why people are getting loss in perpetual motion...all we want is positive gains to be unlimited energy. if it can produce 10 energy and we need 9 to run it it still is positive energy and thats all we want.... people losing the focus here on what we are actually trying to achieve. Constant energy with minimal input .... thats all. Every one of these fails perpertual motion because they need something to "start" them. you cant "make" perpertual motion because in its essence it has to be already going, to be perpertual...with no beginning and no end.

Vor 7 Tage
Kuwapii ___
Kuwapii ___

Perpetual motion would work in the balck hole death catastrophe, as a blakc hole orbiting a black- nevermind because they would dissipate over couple trillion years therefore not being endless.

Vor 7 Tage
nuttgaming
nuttgaming

At 5:59 could you make one of these but with an electric magnet? Only needing a little bit of power to get it started then it will power not only itself but anything else it’s connected to

Vor 7 Tage
Herr Schmidt
Herr Schmidt

The problem is that it won't power itself. A magnet field enough to overcome the friction of a generator cannot be powered by the same generator.

Vor 4 Tage
Sébastien Morin
Sébastien Morin

I just thought... it's pretty dumb to be looking for a perpetual movement machine, all we need to do is find an inexhaustible source of nature power. Like wind and water duh! This is why hydroelectricity and wind turbines are probably the best energy making inventions of all time.

Vor 7 Tage
Fabio Cerlini
Fabio Cerlini

According to this guy's logic, it is not inexhaustible because earth will be destroyed by our sun one day.

Vor 17 Stunden
black5f
black5f

It doesn't have to be perpetual, just cheap to run and green. So the whole world used to run on windmills, water wheels and horses. Horses run on grass seed ie, they are solar powered and consume atmospheric CO2. They can work pumps and things. FX: Knock at the door. Sorry, I must go, there appears to be an angry contingent from an oil producing state and a taxman at the door and they don't look happy.

Vor 7 Tage
Compilations of Compilations
Compilations of Compilations

Johnny sins is working his way up in the world.

Vor 7 Tage
Олег Константинович
Олег Константинович

Такое дермище

Vor 7 Tage
The Xextreem
The Xextreem

TopTenz Wrong facts video? Love how you troll people with it :D great job

Vor 7 Tage
lars kristensen
lars kristensen

several years ago at a transport kongress volvo showed off a engine ment for buses and trash collecting trucks. brake friction charged batteries that power the vehicle for up to 30 mph "within city limits" and then switch to fuel when more power or speed was needed.

Vor 7 Tage
Claire Pendragon
Claire Pendragon

"Magnets will lose their polarity" "Friction will slow it down" "The object will be destroyed over time" Something they keep forgetting, is our sun will explode, and another galaxy will collide with us eventually. Defining it as "Eventually fails" is why its impossible.

Vor 8 Tage
Herr Schmidt
Herr Schmidt

Just that the sun is not part of the system which is observed. Magnets losing their polarity is the same as a battery losing its electrical power and you would not claim your cell phone is a perpetual motion device. Same for friction - it is part of the system. Slowing something down means substracting energy. So of course it is a factor in the equation. Not sure about the last quote though as I cannot remember in which context it was made.

Vor 4 Tage
Scott Cupp
Scott Cupp

First time I have ever heard a neodymium magnet referred to as a battery. smh

Vor 8 Tage
Thomas Truther
Thomas Truther

Has anyone ever seen large power lines carrying power to and from substations? I swear they're already pulling electric straight out of the air

Vor 8 Tage
Ben Somerville
Ben Somerville

Bald nonce

Vor 8 Tage
viralshield
viralshield

In 3, the problem is not that the magnets will eventually wear off, the problem is that the energy with which you push the magnet against the wheel is equal or bigger than the energy produced by one rotation of the wheel. All these machines have this problem in the end, but, many things were impossible in the past, let's have an opened mind people. 6.4k votes down says something of your video.

Vor 8 Tage
Herr Schmidt
Herr Schmidt

Mainly it says that a lot of people don't understand science (or maybe understand science and therefore would prefer a clear explanation). There is no point in having an open mind about such crude ways to defy the laws of nature.

Vor 4 Tage
JP Warner
JP Warner

perpetual motion machines are impossible, they go against the first law of thermodynamics, also known as the law of conversion of energy. The law of conservation of energy states that the total energy of an isolated system is constant; energy can be transformed from one form to another, but can be neither created nor destroyed.

Vor 8 Tage
asherael
asherael

The magnets don't need to wear out, they don't do work like that.

Vor 8 Tage
Patrick Warfel
Patrick Warfel

There's a scam-sounding company I read about in MA call Flooid Power that is basically this. To me it seems fine to mess around with these sorts of devices for fun, but when you're raising money from investors to pursue free energy that really makes me see red

Vor 8 Tage
viralshield
viralshield

you say friction and replacement of pices do to friction and that this is the reason for which is not a true perpetual machine. Well, that is not true. If it is perpetual is perpetual no matter if the pices break or not. Too bad that there are so many fakes, it discourages scientists to find a trik for this :( However, the first place is really interesting.

Vor 8 Tage
rummerlinelmo
rummerlinelmo

Don't care what your name is. Don't waste my time

Vor 9 Tage
CrazyDuDEmAN24
CrazyDuDEmAN24

Dude, loss of durability is not an explanation for any of these things and yet you use it for almost all of them

Vor 9 Tage
server075
server075

You need to go dieper in to the rabbits hole, for a 👍

Vor 9 Tage
Cheyenne Takitimu
Cheyenne Takitimu

Hook a mini generator up to computer mouse wheels that turns on when people scroll through Youtube comments. Not really perpetual motion, but you could supply the world with power! Ha ha, Tesla! Beat that for free energy!

Vor 9 Tage
Nomadic Lizard
Nomadic Lizard

Um.. wait.. what.. not perpetual motion because the magnets will eventually need to be replaced? So.. how's that work? Like.. how much energy is stored in a fully 'charged' versus 'depleted' chunk of it? What changed with electrons and holes and spinny poles and microstructure to make this happen? What's the material look like to start with versus at the end? Can we induce useful intermediate states of matter by messing around with the way we apply lots of magnetic fields, if doing so is stressing it and wearing it out somehow? Tentrahedral structure maybe make it stronger yes

Vor 9 Tage
OTL Cellartapes
OTL Cellartapes

if any perpetual motion machine were ever devised, reverse entropy would cause a mass-energy event, we'd all be destroyed.,.,

Vor 9 Tage
guacamole
guacamole

Why on earth would someone ever need these then Stirling engines exist but them again why o earth do we use combustion engines when we have Stirlings

Vor 9 Tage
Marben James Baculpo
Marben James Baculpo

Wait this isn't TIFO

Vor 9 Tage
Comment Highlighted
Comment Highlighted

Number 1 is too revolutionary so he keeps it in his basement instead of helping mankind. If it’s true... Not cool 😡

Vor 9 Tage
Fourth Root
Fourth Root

I'm working on a real (near) perpetual motion machine, of course, it's not to be confused with a free energy device. I'm going to levitate a tiny neodymium magnet between two large lobes of bismuth, spin it and then contain the apparatus in a vacuum chamber. with a strong enough vacuum, I hope to get the magnet to spin for months. I may be able to keep it spinning by painting the edge black and pointing a laser at it off center. The laser will give it a little boost if it ever slows down.

Vor 10 Tage
knotkool1
knotkool1

boyles flask was for experimenting. he never claimed it to be a perpetual motion machine. he was a brilliant scientist and has at least 1 law of physics named after him.

Vor 10 Tage
xzanthius
xzanthius

Magnets last 100s of years. Uh... that sounds like virtual perpetual motion. How hard are these magnets to make?

Vor 11 Tage
Nepthys X
Nepthys X

Haha they keep trying even though physics dont allow it

Vor 11 Tage
Adam Schmidt
Adam Schmidt

If you discredit a Perpetual machine due to part maintenance being it's only flaw, then you have a couple screws loose. The ONLY REQUIREMENT IS TO CREATE ENERGY WiTHOUT AN ENERGY SOURCE. All of these required an energy source. Planet Earth radiates electromagnetism and has a mass that is basically a form of an energy source. In order to have the correct simulation space, you need to do it within a vacuum chamber with a void of mass's influences. Or simply, in a computer simulation.

Vor 11 Tage
Matty L
Matty L

i hope this is not a clickbait thumbnail

Vor 11 Tage
Omnia'quaerite ac'dubitate
Omnia'quaerite ac'dubitate

Searl Effect Generator didn't make the cut??

Vor 11 Tage
Richael Mosen
Richael Mosen

Roses are red, violets are blue, I fell for the clickbait and so did you

Vor 11 Tage
Wordavee1
Wordavee1

Even if you could get a machine which was 100% efficient, it would still be useless, because as soon as you try to get power out of the system to use, it would stop.

Vor 11 Tage
xcres
xcres

I thought he was sins

Vor 11 Tage
Jason Kressen
Jason Kressen

Magnets will be the key to perpetual motion. I'm tired of hearing "it's not truly perpetual because magnets will have to be replaced". Ok? It's not like they'll only last a day. Even at once a month if a machine proficient enough that's free energy for a month

Vor 12 Tage
John DC
John DC

So it's just another source of energy. Just a really efficient one.

Vor 11 Tage
Meemes XD
Meemes XD

If heat was applied to the first machine and you were to use a liquid such as mercury, would it create a perpetual loop?

Vor 13 Tage
James Carlin
James Carlin

Check it out... no ooo such thing as a completely perpetual.... but they shouldn't shut down mechanical engineering be cause it will nite last forever....it you can get some sort of let's say discounted or more advantageous energy out of let's say magnets or a water wheel who cares if they last forever they're better than burning coal and nuclear waste and polluting our planet instead of just use magnets no? Or water and I know you cannot break the law physics by getting more energy than what you put in but if you look up "herons fountain" there has to be a way absolutely has to be a way to use that sort of negative air pressure concept to turn some sort of turbine to make a energy machine no???? Let's stop making money and start making history seriously

Vor 13 Tage
wheelitzr2
wheelitzr2

As far as 10, look up freon.

Vor 13 Tage
jeepien
jeepien

Yes, all these perpetual motion machines are bogus and fraudulent. But this guy is clueless as to the actual reasons why.

Vor 13 Tage
allan knox
allan knox

Please dear Dear Lord, require everyone to take a basic physics course before being allowed to post. That would accomplish more than every "perpetual motion" machine that's ever been attempted.

Vor 14 Tage
Ster alt
Ster alt

i googled how long does a magnet last. "A permanent magnet, if kept and used in optimum working conditions, will keep its magnetism for years and years. For example, it is estimated that a neodymium magnet loses approximately 5% of its magnetism every 100 years. " why dont we use them

Vor 15 Tage
Whip Scorpion
Whip Scorpion

moron flat earthers creating PM machines.

Vor 15 Tage
Willy Milano
Willy Milano

Videos often advise to get materials from your local dollar store. Yes, common materials like transparent funnels readily available from any corner shop if you don't already have them laying around.

Vor 16 Tage
Denis DeFrancesco
Denis DeFrancesco

Boyle’s theory was used a @ ‘Boyle’s frat house party’ to deliver beer from the keg in the basement to the party on the first floor.

Vor 16 Tage
Lucas Heuts
Lucas Heuts

trie to build your one quid bike from scratch

Vor 17 Tage
Bönzeaux Bleügreen
Bönzeaux Bleügreen

When I stroke my wiener, I get horny, and when I get horny, I stroke my wiener. Its a neverending cycle. I am perpetual motion. The end.

Vor 17 Tage
DeviouS
DeviouS

If the problem is always friction why is there no magnetic hover bearing being studied (something like a mag lev) a no contact bearing using magnets so that they need no external power source? Sounds stupid to disregard it cause they eventually lose their charge ! Who is going to be there when it stops if a neodymium magnet loses approximately 5% of is power every 100 years?!?! You would all be long dead of old age! Sounds perpetual enough to me! I dont care about your laws of physics cause there an idea made up by slightly less primitive cavemen and i know they are not all correct if ANY!

Vor 18 Tage
Berk Karşı
Berk Karşı

*Too much friction*

Vor 18 Tage
Earle Frost
Earle Frost

Wow: the number of geniuses that think nothing at all is correct in this video, is truly amazing!! Oddly enough, none of them deems it worth their imperial while to offer their version of the CORRECT explanantion.... sigh: geniuses: what you gonna do??

Vor 19 Tage
F. Herumusu
F. Herumusu

No scientist created a "synthetic monopole", they created something that behaved in some (but not all) aspects like a monopole. If we would ever find a magnetic monopole you'll read about that in every newspaper.

Vor 19 Tage
True Sighted
True Sighted

Talk about nitpicking. Parts may wear out, forces may run out. Give me a break. By those standards your right, there can never be a perpetual motion machine. Not even in the universal scale. Suns tun out of fuel and die, planets crash into other objects. Black holes may even die, who knows. Your asking for too much expecting parts to never need replaced.

Vor 20 Tage
Martin Desrocher
Martin Desrocher

so they will always find something to critisize like magnets have to be changed or some other part that endures friction...lol

Vor 20 Tage
Joona Illman
Joona Illman

Solar panels can produce power as long as they're not damaged or blocked. The sun might die in about 5 billion years so I don't see how solar panels wouldn't work.

Vor 22 Tage
Patrick Howie
Patrick Howie

Why did you say neodymium magnets are batteries?wtf?

Vor 22 Tage
Jimmy Urbanski
Jimmy Urbanski

Humanity is SO greedy, 100% efficiency is just an explanation to not having to replace parts, Guess what, if I created one that would last 100 plus years it would be enough for the fact on average the human benefiting from said energy will most likely not live to RESET or replace the parts needed to continue.

Vor 22 Tage
Richard Hawkins
Richard Hawkins

Youtube brings out the Perpetual Comment Machines

Vor 23 Tage
MrSeekLoad
MrSeekLoad

Number 3 neodim magnets, may not be perpetual, but hey if you link that to a small dynamo, you all of a sudden have free electricity, although not for ever working, but for a wile at least.

Vor 24 Tage
MrSeekLoad
MrSeekLoad

What if the water mill and pump made electricity from the water mill, and that electricity would drive the water pump, giving a bigger velocity in water then the mill can pump up, would that not compensate the friction and making it almost into a perpetual motion until friction would break the weals from turning? But if that would work, then we have just found a way to make free from money electricity. Now I am not use that would work and i have no materials to test it with either, but if somebody has it, please feel free to test that theory.

Vor 24 Tage
MuldenMulch
MuldenMulch

Can't you simply remagnetise used up magnets? If the energy needed to remagnetise an used up magnet is smaller than the energy generated from the machine it would be cool. But probaply it would take too much energy to do that. And to reimpulse the ball of no. 1 would probaply use up too much energy too. Let's simply use safe nuclear power. It is the closest to perpetual motion.

Vor 24 Tage
Alex Mahood
Alex Mahood

The only wrong he can find is the magnets eventually run out they can last for many years this man is very negative not sure whose side he's on

Vor 25 Tage
Larry Lowe
Larry Lowe

I'm tired of seeing ideas that dont work.

Vor 27 Tage
ThyMajesticOne
ThyMajesticOne

Earth is a PERPETUAL MOTION Machine

Vor 29 Tage
Sean Joseph
Sean Joseph

Watermelon pump?

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john hartman
john hartman

Top 10 reasons there are 10 of everything!

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Warren McCarty
Warren McCarty

The very first invention you showed involving the beer do that but all internal case using ferrofluid and a low gravity environment like underwater

Vor Monat
Hammaad Akoojee
Hammaad Akoojee

Johnny sins alternate personality

Vor Monat
The Great Cornholio
The Great Cornholio

Host shows ideas that work, and then continues to tell us they don't work. hmmmm Believe my eyes or believe you?

Vor Monat
Just Looking
Just Looking

As an Earthling, I think it wisest to concentrate on using the energy from the sun that abundantly falls on the surface of our wonderful planet it's best and most efficient potential. Even fossil fuels are essentially a storage means for the energy that the sun output long ago. 6:43 The wobble in that wheel behind that guy, is alone enough to disqualify his invention. Somebody that is that ignorant and careless is not going to succeed with perpetual motion. 8:30 Any machine that is greater than 100% efficiency will ACCELERATE!!!

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