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Koreans are technical geniuses. For example, above I show pictures of a "tap that levitates" and which pees water on its own while hanging in empty air. This tap is used as an advertisement for the skills of the owner of a small workshop at the entrance to which it was displayed. This is because its effect mesmerizes passersby, attracting many new customers to the workshop. I, for one, couldn't resist photographing it and didn't leave the workshop for so long until I worked out on what principle it works and "levitates".
The "levitating tap which pisses water" shown above looks so spectacular and so irresistibly attractive to outsiders, that it attracts many additional customers to its owner. In turn, from the interest that this "trick" fountain enjoys among compatriots in Poland, I conclude that many tinkers in Poland also try to build a similar fountain - e.g. to attract the interest of viewers with it. However, to these tinkerers I would suggest to build something even much more interesting for the viewers, which is NOT at all a nifty "trick" like the above fountain, and which does NOT require e.g. connecting pipes supplying it with water. Namely, I suggest that they build for themselves one of the already proven as actually working very simple and cheap perpetual motion machines, called the Bhaskara's Wheel, which was invented back in 1150 by an old mathematician from India named Bhaskara II, the operation of which is already guaranteed and documented by many hobbyists who built for themselves working prototypes of it, the operation of which numerous free videos from YouTube. com show to every viewer - e.g. in February 2018 one of them was available at youtube.com/watch?v=50Aag0J0Qe4, while whose principle of operation, design, and the most important secrets of its construction I explain and illustrate with videos in item #J2. of my web page Free energy.
It is almost certain that a working "perpetual motion" engine of the easy-to-build design of the "Bhaskar wheel", placed e.g. in a shop window, will arouse mass pilgrimages of people wishing to have a look at it and thus bring additional customers to whatever will possess it. What is even more important, however, further development of "perpetual motion" engines, working somewhat similarly to this "Bhaskar wheel", only that already of the "second generation", connected to some kind of dynamo or energy generator, is able to form an aggregate generating useful "free electricity". In India, for example, such a genset has already been built, generating 3.5 kW - while, for example, my entire household (two people plus a cat) on average uses only about 10% of its output. That is, undertaking factory production of such cheap and simple "perpetual motion" motors has the potential to make their manufacturer one of the richest and most influential people in the world. Simultaneously, it would serve to illustrate vividly to every person how much humanity is lied to and prevented from implementing progress by the old, monopolistic, corrupt official atheistic science - scaring humanity with its paper "laws of thermodynamics" which deceitfully tell us that "perpetual motion" engines supposedly cannot be built. Undertaking factory production of effective "perpetual motion" engines would probably also help save our civilization from the fast-approaching destruction and depopulation of the 2030s.
Here is a photo of this "levitating faucet" shown from the sidewalk. Actually this tap looks like a small fountain, except that it pees water from the top down, instead of - like a fountain, from the bottom up. In the background you can see the owner of the workshop who is using this tap as an excellent advertisement for his technical skills. A close-up photo of the same "levitating tap" can be seen by clicking on this "green" caption.
Here is a photo of the same tap taken from the side of the workshop toward the street. This photo clearly shows that the tap actually "levitates", and that there are no hidden wires or magnets to hold it in the air, nor is its hovering in the air simulated at all by some hidden mirrors.
Here is the proud owner of the workshop who made himself an advertisement in the form of this "levitating tap". As you can see, he is laughing from ear to ear. After all, this tap attracts a lot of customers to him. So he has his hands full and his wallet full. Could you, the reader, come up with a similarly intriguing advertisement for your workshop? Or could you figure out how to build such a tap for yourself so that it works as shown in the pictures above?