A Web site on Science and Perpetual Motion by Dr. R.K.Menaria

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“Perpetual motion directly threatens to change the parameters of what is accepted in science. I think it's fair to say that a new invention, something that confronts existing dogma, has an uphill road. There certainly is no question that there is a prejudice in favor of the existing dogma”.


Perpetual motion challenges present paradigm.

Brian Martin remarks:

“If you think science is devoted to the free exchange of ideas and committed to open debate you are mistaken. Textbooks present science as a noble search for truth, in which progress depends on questioning established ideas. But for many scientists, this is a cruel myth. They know from bitter experience that disagreeing with the dominant view is dangerous -- especially when that view is backed by powerful interest groups. This democratic science was possible when it was the activity of independent individuals. Sadly, democratic science has been replaced by the billion dollar institutions of government and industrial science. The direct consequence of this shift is that now "truth" is determined by majority opinion. Institutional science has murdered freedom of thought and discourse. Science is no longer the individual search for enlightenment and understanding but has become an instrument to further the particular goals of government and industry.”


     We are taught to believe that perpetual motion is impossible. We are taught to fear energy crisis, and to believe that potential sources of energy are running out.  When you protest this absurdity and point out to physicist that perpetual motion is possible and one can create energy from nothing, your objections are met with either contempt or embarrassed silence. Energy research has become a virtual puppet for the titanic, symbiotic forces of industry and government.


                 With so many careers dependent on, and billions of dollars invested in energy research, the energy propaganda, it is easy to see what is at stake.  We are faced with one of the biggest blunder of the three centuries. It would require superhuman courage and integrity on the part of countless physicist, scientists, science book writes, journalists, celebrities and average citizens, to admit that they made a big mistake—that they got it all wrong about perpetual motion.


                There is a big network behind energy propaganda.  Countless Energy Institutes are terrorizing hundreds of millions of people around the world by their reckless and absurd policy of equating energy as commodity.  Linking energy to commodity has put these organizations in an impossible situation. It would be intolerably embarrassing for them to admit at this late date that they are wrong, that energy is everywhere and it can be created from nothing. Such an admission could very well destroy these organizations or at the very least put their future credibility in jeopardy.  Self preservation compels these institutions to not only maintain but to actually compound their errors, which adds to the fear, suffering, and misery of the world—the antithesis of their reason for being.





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