Perpetual Motion, In Our Time

نوشته شده در موضوع تولید انرژی رایگان در 27 ژانویه 2018

Melvyn Bragg and guest plead a arise of a suspicion of incessant suit and a decline, in a 19th Century, with a Laws of Thermodynamics. For hundreds of years, some of a biggest names in science suspicion there competence be machines that could appetite themselves endlessly. Leonardo Da Vinci tested a suspicion of a constantly-spinning circle and Robert Boyle attempted to recirculate H2O from a removal flask. Gottfried Leibniz upheld a friend, Orffyreus, who claimed he had built an ever-rotating wheel. An augmenting series of scientists uttered their doubts about incessant motion, from a time of Galileo, though nothing could infer it was impossible. For scientists, a designs were a approach of exploring a laws of nature. Others claimed their inventions indeed worked, and betrothed a vast supply of energy. It was not until a 19th Century that a design became clearer, with a experiments of James Joule and Robert Mayer on a links between feverishness and work, and a investiture of a First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics.

With

Ruth Gregory
Professor of Mathematics and Physics during Durham University

Frank Close
Professor Emeritus of Physics during a University of Oxford

and

Steven Bramwell
Professor of Physics and former Professor of Chemistry during University College London

Producer: Simon Tillotson.

Article source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06c06nd

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