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January 10, 2016

Jason Verbelli of Searl Magnetics points out: "The 'perpetual motion' videos by the Visual Education Project are all fakes, using motors or pulse coils off camera or hidden batteries."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkLfpXpO5sQ

Here's the text of their disclaimer.

: My Perpetual Motion Machines models are of motorized versions that were built to illustrate how they were supposed to work in the minds of Inventors. Never mind what educational level we are at, we all miss something that goes beyond the usual scientific explanations. Fundamental Science, Physics Laws and boring Laws of Thermodynamics bring the ‘flight’ of Inventors’ ideas to land. Growing Technology … We live in an age of consumption. But many of us are still dreaming and believe that the era of creativity has not gone. My PMM models are built for them. I’d like to inspire these people by demonstrating Unworkable Perpetual Motion Machines that were designed centuries ago.

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http://www.veproject1.org

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Latest: Directory:Organizations > Directory:Visual Education Project - The "perpetual motion" videos by the Visual Education Project are all fakes, using motors or pulse coils off camera or hidden batteries. (PESWiki January 10, 2016)
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Latest: Directory:Gravity Motors > Directory:Perpetual Pendulum by VEProject1 - As a pendulum swings, the top portion of it contains a curved channel with a ball in it that counter-weighs the swinging pendulum, appearing to keep it in motion. Does this really work, or is there trickery involved? (PESWiki June 28, 2014)
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