I am well versed in thermodynamics and have been researching perpetual motion and overunity for about 10 years I believe I found a way to harness (not create energy) that would cost nothing but the initial build cost which would be low. What would you do? The parts I need to test do cost quite a lot round about £500. I can't really justify spending that much on a hobby for something with such a high chance of failure when I could put it to good use and buy the kids something or vacation.
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if the start up costs are that low I say just save up and build the thing. If you're absolutely sure that it will work, the spending is justified and it's an excellent investment for the future, because you can sell this idea. Make sure you register your idea in your country, so nobody can steal it or copy it and hire a good lawyer once you've built and tested it. Make sure you protect this thing if it really does work because everyone will want a piece of it.
But if you're not sure and just want to do tests, then maybe you can pair up with some likeminded people. Maybe find university professors who teach in the field and drop them an email? I'm sure they'll be glad to help you out if what you're talking about really is achievable.0
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