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   ·A FANCIFUL HISTORY·
    
of Perpetual Motion Machines

 Classical Period BCE

 Inventors have numerous contraptions, all of which are        
 considered complicated. Popular mythology inadvertently      
 attributes all their operation to the work of the gods.

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 First Transition  400 CE
 The Burning of the Library
 Subsequently, their construction is forgotten, as they
  are considered complicated (the work of the gods).

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  Barbaric Times 401 CE - 1100 CE
  Inventors are frowned upon as devils for even thinking
  such 'divine machines' are possible.
  
  The inventions acquire a bad reputation, perhaps
  because the inventions cannot conduct a peace-keeping
  mission (political reasons).

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  The Golden Standard 1100 - 1667

 Perpetual motion sets a golden standard for science, a
  standard people begin to say, is impossible to meet.
  Instead of working on the machines, most people
  fascinate themselves with things already considered
  workable, according to the paradigm of science, even         
  things that existed before science was official, such as
  clockwork, which can be said to be a work of the gods.



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The "First Machine Age" 1667 - 1860 CE

The industrial revolution ushers in what is called the first machine
age, although these machines do not run themselves, but are run
by burning fuels such as wood and coal. The indoors wood stove
emerges rather later than people might think.

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The "Second Machine Age" 1860 -2000CE

The age of computer is ushered in, although much of the progress
simply has to do with the fine engineering of physical tools for
production. Again, the potential simplicity of perpetual motion is
forgotten.

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The Third or Fourth Machine Age?
2000 - 3000 CE

Reidar Finsrud and Nathan Coppedge and some others seem near
to providing definite proof of perpetual motion or something very
similar. The obvious arc is simply from the concept of complexity,
through the concept of distractions, to the real concept: call it
appropriate obsession if you like.

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INDEX

GENERATO MAIN

GENERATO PERPETUAL MOTION

GENERATO VOLITIONAL ENERGY

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INDEX

GENERATO MAIN

GENERATO PERPETUAL MOTION

GENERATO VOLITIONAL ENERGY

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