dittybopper: Meh. I invented the perpetual inertia machine. I personally guarantee each and every one to stay at rest when placed at rest, and likewise guaranteed to stay in motion once set in motion*.*Warranty only applies if machine is not acted upon by outside forces.
nmemkha: Anyone guess a woman's mouth yet? My guess is a woman's mouth./[i0.kym-cdn.com image 140x130]
Lumpmoose: It would have take into account the cost of rare-earth metals and how often the magnets have to be replaced. Prices have fallen recently but by definition, mineral-based energy is not renewable.
timujin: It may not be "perpetual", but it looks like it'll run for quite a while. If you can use it to generate power, which seems pretty straightforward, it'll be a hell of a cheap source.
Ivo Shandor: dittybopper: Meh. I invented the perpetual inertia machine. I personally guarantee each and every one to stay at rest when placed at rest, and likewise guaranteed to stay in motion once set in motion*.*Warranty only applies if machine is not acted upon by outside forces.Dear Consumerist: I recently purchased one of Mr. Bopper's machines and at first it seemed to be moving along just fine. But then I switched to a different reference frame and it suddenly stopped! Now the only thing 'perpetual' is the grudge I'm going to hold against this company's shoddy craftsmanship and false advertising.
Frozboz: Hoax:[i63.photobucket.com image 500x376]
DVDave: Man I love it when subby puts so much work into coming up with a catchy headline.
Burr: /it just keeps going faster and faster...
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