Physical faculties have confirmed it on request the sensation is perfect. The most important physical faculties of Switzerland, Germany and Austria have confirmed it.How comes that? A Perpetuum mobile of the first kind (www.hp-gramatke.de/ perpetuum/index.htm) at least violates the first law of thermodynamics, the conservation of energy (EES), and this is one of the three shrines of the physics of the 21st century, after all, and finally worldwide is weighted accordingly in the course of every physics studies. It comes, therefore, that the physical and mechanical departments of the universities of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Stuttgart, Dresden, Bochum, Karlsruhe, Vienna and Zurich in the assessment of the Perpetuum mobile have just an alternative to the preservation of the EES, namely to explain the second law of thermodynamics for invalid. (Source: David G. DeWalt). Now no physics Chair will provide but neither the first nor the second law of thermodynamics in question the world, if his work is dear to him. And again, the question arises: How comes that? This is not too difficult to explain, because the presented Perpetuum mobile is so transparent that it offers no room in contrast to others for speculation. The claim would have a Perpetuum mobile is not new to God, but it is all this equipment without exception machines, which need to be fed to get into running, with energy and then alleges, by which they would produce more energy in return when they got fed up, see. This is of course in the last instance of nonsense, a machine that produces more energy than it consumes, would have to abide thus in each case even running because it could feed so the energy produced themselves and so on and so forth. But never succeeded in this, and such claims are always run in the sand without exception. Not so in the now by Hans Weidenbusch constructed equipment. Speaking candidly film director told us the story. This equipment consists namely of a float, which rises in a capillary tube, and easily verifiable higher figure rises, than in the surrounding water.