Perpetual Motion Generator: HOW DOES IT WORK?
I built this perpetual motion machine that generates electricity. It's an idea I saw in a viral video on social media where you supposedly get free energy, and I replicated it exactly to put it to the test.
Unveiling the Secrets: How I Created an Eternal Generator
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This invention is based on a smart camera that recognizes gestures and the direction of a person’s gaze. For its unique design, this watch was awarded the Red Dot Award 2023.
Air defense against mosquitoes has been created in China
In China, an engineer came up with anti-mosquito air defense. He took the radar from a steerable electric car and modified it to detect insects, then attached a laser pointer to it. He collects all the “victims” of the deadly weapon in a notebook.
This is the only species in the largemouth genus. It got its name from its incredibly swollen mouth, which looks like a pelican's pouch.
The volume of this eel sac reaches 100 cubic centimeters - this is 11 times the volume of the body! The fish themselves are 50-60 cm long. When the fish inflates its mouth, it looks like a large balloon on a string. The pelican fish has been studied very little, because it lives at a depth of 500-1000 m.
Scientists suggest that the pelican fish feeds like a whale, swallowing fish and fry along with water, filtering it and then releasing the water out.
A transformable tricycle has been tested in the USA, which you can both ride and fly.
The maximum speed of the device is 200 km/h on the ground and up to 322 km/h in the air, and the fuel tank is enough for 724 km.