I have a dream
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Fri Jul 19 12:06:25 EST 2002
hi hi hi
"Magnet Propulsion" <magnetpropulsion at magneet.be> wrote in message
news:20020701140843.5AD4C841EF at horkos.telenet-ops.be...
> I have a dream
> I'm convinced that one-day perpetual motion will be invented. A bold
> but in my opinion, magnets are the key to make it happen. My name is
> Siera, and I want you to put all your prejudices aside and judge at the
> end of this text. In my professional life, prejudices are issues I deal
> with everyday. But, don't worry, this email is not work related nor has
> it commercial intentions!
> To clear your mind lets put inventions into perspective
> Generally until the 17th century people where convinced the earth was
> Generally until the 18th century people where convinced mankind could not
> Generally until the 19th century people where convinced it was impossible
> to walk on the moon.
> Generally until the 20th century people where convinced it was impossible
> to clone a human.
> Generally until the 21st century people where convinced perpetual motion
> is impossible to realise.
> It started as an artwork
> In 1997, I wanted to create an artwork with magnets. Magnets always
> me, their power is mysterious, but didn't know much about them. After
> research I bought some neodymium magnets. Neodymium magnets are permanent
> earth magnets, the most powerful magnets available in the world today.
> They found their origin as a product of the space industry. When you hold
> them the retraction or the repulsion is an amazing and fascinating
> Now it is a quest for technology
> When I was making sketches for my artwork I suddenly made a drawing that
> astonished me. If I would make this construction, this construction would
> keep on spinning. A perpetual motion movement. I was very exited. My mind
> exploded. You know, this is bigger than the invention of the wheel. The
> invention of free energy will change history. This invention will change
> the way we live in the whole world. Nuclear power plants, combustion
> but even .. wind energy and solar energy will become obsolete. As a result
> no more air pollution, ..
> The construction of magnet propulsion
> I was convinced it would work, so I started to build a prototype. Soon
> I found out that there are numerous technical problems making this device.
> One of them is that no metal could be used close to magnets. So the
> I built are made out of wood, carton, rubber, synthetic material, .. after
> some weeks the machine .. didn't work. The prototype only worked
> It gave me great insights for a more sophisticated model (I didn't
> My ideas concerning magnet propulsion
> Simplified and theoretically I state that the permanent power of a magnet
> can be harvested. Like a windmill transfers the power of the wind into
> energy, the (permanent) power of a magnet is transferred by a magnet
> into energy. When I would explain how it works, you'll say, 'Why did
> come up with this idea a long time ago!' The principle is simple. The
> are: magnets, repulsion, spiral movement, central axe, a ball bearing,
> earth gravitation, ..
> Mission impossible
> I don't blame you if you don't believe perpetual motion is possible. Your
> judgement is based on the current knowledge you perceived in your
> Why should you believe it! Prominent and honourable scientists of today
> state that perpetual motion is impossible. Why question their professional
> Prejudice of a population
> The idea that perpetual motion is impossible to realise is in my opinion
> the biggest prejudice in modern history. It is even quoted by
> This is the reason why no or very little research is being done in this
> field. A wrong idea is a prejudice. Ideas are very powerful and can
> entire populations.
> My work as inspiration for other idealists
> If I won't succeed in making it work, I'm convinced, eventually somebody
> else will succeed. If this message can inspire only one person on this
> earth to start researching magnets and eventually invent magnet
> my goal is reached. I'm a happy man.
> Do you have a dream?
> Maybe this idea will remain an idea; maybe this dream will remain a dream.
> For mankind I want to believe magnet propulsion will be possible. It is
> the invention of all inventions. What troubles me is that people don't
> dream any more. Dreams to sail around the world, to fly in the sky, to
> walk on the moon, .. that is what life is all about. Do you have a dream?
> Continuation of research
> If you have a suggestion, proposal or remark concerning magnet propulsion,
> I'm very eager to hear from you. You can contact me: Alexander Siera,
> 45, B-2000 Antwerp, Belgium alexander at magneet.be
> To keep on working I transferred some parts I used in my experiments into
> art multiples. If you are interested you can go to Ebay and search for
> 'magnet propulsion'.
> Thank you for your time reading and sharing a part of my dream.
> I appreciate if you forward this message to your friends or interested
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