physics

No major revelations at MUFON symposium, but noted physicist Eric Davis goes on record, “UFOs are real”

No big announcements came out of last weekend's MUFON symposium (other than a newly announced partnership between MUFON and France’s official UFO investigation organization, GEIPAN) but we knew that any gathering of notable Ph.D.’s and scientists was going to produce some thought-provoking revelations. Distinguished physicist Eric Davis, made some pretty bold statements about his colleagues. Davis, a research physicist at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Austin, Texas, is an expert in light-speed travel and recently won an award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics for his study, "Faster-Than-Light Space Warps, Status and Next Steps”. This weekend, David said that “UFOs are real” and that he knows many colleagues who quietly study the UFO phenomena. “There are scientists who are aware of evidence and

Free Energy Created in Ireland?

Jasker Power System In what some claim may be the greatest invention since the wheel, an Irish inventor's 23 years of effort may have finally paid off. The 58 year old electrical engineer claims to have invented an electromechanical device that runs on 12-volt batteries and is capable of replenishing its own power supply.  Once powered up, it is capable of running indefinitely - or at least until its parts wear out. The device was demonstrated to a group of Reuters reporters in Ireland in early 2002.  The device, about the size of a large dishwasher, was hooked up to three 100-watt light bulbs and ran continuously for over 10 minutes with voltage measurements taken at the beginning and end of the cycle. 

Orffyreus – perpetual motion

What is Perpetual Motion? The Encyclopedia Britannica describes perpetual motion as "the action of a device that, once set in motion, would continue in motion forever, with no additional energy required to maintain it." Such devices are impossible on grounds stated by the first and second laws of thermodynamics.  Or are they? Perpetual motion, although seemingly impossible to produce, has fascinated both inventors and the general public for hundreds of years. The enormous appeal of perpetual motion resides in the promise of a virtually free and limitless source of power. The fact that perpetual-motion machines cannot work because they violate the laws of thermodynamics has not discouraged inventors and hucksters from attempting to break, circumvent, or ignore those laws.  Did Orffyreus