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Can the nanowires be made small enough to collect energy from Brownian motion?
I posted this question at the PhysOrg forum. Let's see what happens.
No respnse. Nothing.
This is a big question. There doesn't appear to be any reason the nanowires can't be made small enough to collect energy from Brownian motion, which would give a workable perpetual motion machine. Knowing the folks at PhysOrg I should have been severly flamed for proposing that the second law of thermodynamics can be broken. But nothing. Hmm...