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In Skolkovo was created the eternal engine


Fund “Skolkovo” said that “to the scientific revolution” is October 25, 2012 at the Centre international debate held a discussion on “Perpetual motion: from science fiction to the innovation of the century”. It is stated in the official press release on the website of the Fund.

“Until recently, the classic science denies the very possibility of a” perpetual motion “, the idea was the lot of science fiction.” It is impossible, “- in the last century said of physics.” Perhaps through biotechnology “- say the young innovators, the authors of a number of projects to create energy installation with COP (coefficient of performance) of more than 100 percent, “- said in a statement.

Discussion will take place in “unique western format moderated the discussion” (specific features in the format debate not reported). The moderator of the event was the master and the head of the nuclear cluster innovation center Skolkovo Denis Kovalevich. Panelists declared winner of the “Global Energy” Skolkovo Foundation, which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary. Among them Jaures Alferov is only Nobel laureate in physics, who has resided in the territory of Russia.

Also, the report says that in communication attend another Nobel laureate John Rodney Allam, received the Peace Prize in 2007. In that year, the award in this category divided Al Gore and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Allam is the IPCC, which, however, does not make him the winner of the prestigious award.

In addition to these scientists Panellists Britons Brian Spalding and Jeffrey Hewitt, Canadian Clement Bowman, American Leonard Koch and Russian Academician Yevgeny Velikhov, Boris Katorgin and Philip Rutberg. Guests at the event will bring Energy Minister Alexander Novak and presidential aide Nabiullina.
Perpetual motion (Perpetuum Mobile) – a hypothetical device that produces useful work than the energy imparted to it. The existence of perpetual motion is forbidden first and second law of thermodynamics. In 1775, the Paris Academy of Sciences issued a famous decree (which, for example, featured in the book “The Adventures of Electronics” Eugene Veltistova): “The Academy decided: from now on not to consider resolutions submitted to it tasks trisection of an angle, squaring the circle, doubling the cube, as well as machinery , forced to make perpetual motion. ” Also, more than 100 years, the U.S. Patent Office does not grant patents for perpetual motion.
It is noteworthy that in the theory of heat pumps appears quantity called the coefficient of heat transformation is the ratio of heat output to electricity consumption. This ratio resembling efficiency greater than one – this is due, for example, that in the heat transformed and taken away from the refrigerator energy