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A large Perpetuum mobile device stands at the top of a
area in the world where nobody ever wanted to live. Devoted
believers water the beautiful gardens and take care of the
fantastic hotels devoting one whole week of their lives to this
Visitors and guests gather daily in
the labs and do the ritual of
trying to reproduce yet another Perpetuum Mobile Machine
to be shown and proven that the one and only Perpetuum
Mobile Machine is The One and Only Perpetuum Mobile
and none other exists.
The One and Only Perpetuum Mobile Machine is the largest
"drinking bird" head in the world dipping its head in the One
Only Perpetuum Mobile Puddle, a VERY small artificial lake,
filled when needed in the drier seasons.
On cold days the bottom of the drinking bird is heated by
burning a single hair from each of the beards of the millions
hipster believers gathering there daily.
Nobody ever attacks the shrine because the believers believe
that they must hug and love anyone who hates the idea, and
the extremists, who post death threats against The Only
Perpetuum Mobile Machine end up with millions of believers
visiting their home and singing 19th-century classical music
Hyden and Mozart off tune. Horrified gangs around the world
united in order to spread the word that it was a bad idea to
start up with these guys.
Could be combined with...
Fire and brimstone await... [RayfordSteele, Apr 27 2018]
||Magic is always reality path obsfuscation.
||Mozart died in 1791. But Hyden might have been a 19th-century
composer with a similar name to Haydn.
||Hope springs eternal. What you need is a device that
runs on hope.
||If we go back in time and drop a large rocks at a specific location I bet we could get people to do laps around it...
||[2 fries] your right, How many kinetic electricity generators can be hidden in the surface of the car park?