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Where Does the Power Come From?

Yet another perpetual motion machine video is making the rounds. I do have a fascination with these devices, and this one is a great example of the genre. This device was conceived and created by a Norwegian artist, Reidar Finsrud. He is clearly a talented, intelligent, and motivated artist. He reports that he became obsessed […]
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