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Progressive collaborative thinking in Scientific Community, who are extremely stagnant in general.
Mindset of "No" vs. "What if? What to do to turn no into YES?"
That being said, both Searl and the Russians claim that this device uses perpetual motion — that somehow, once these devices can operate by themselves. That in itself causes major credibility problems with engineers & physicists because perpetual motion violates the laws of thermodynamics.
So the question is how to approach the credibility gap. One solution is to say, “Hey, what they’re claiming is impossible, so these guys are frauds and we can ignore them.” But maybe there’s something we’re missing — something we’ve overlooked. It’s worth keeping an open mind when it comes to innovation, which includes looking at ideas from people like Searl and the Russians.
Whats your take on this? 🤑👑🏒
Quantum physics describes the science of the very small, things tinier than billionths of a metre, on the scale of atoms, subatomic particles and the wavelength of light. [...] particles can act like waves and waves can act like particles.
Quantum Physics in Minutes. Gemma Lavender
It took me quite some time to read first 2 pages. Google. Wikipedia. Google Translate.
Anyone here who can explain these concepts in layman's language through analogies?