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From time to time inventors will claim to have perfected a device that does useful work but consumes no (or very little) fuel. What do you think is most likely true in such cases: (a) the claimants are right, (b) the claimants are mistaken in their measurements, or (c) the claimants are swindlers? Do you think that such a claim should be examined closely by a panel of scientists and engineers? In your opinion, would the time and effort be justified?

From time to time inventors will claim to have perfected a device that does useful work but consumes no (or very little) fuel. What do you think is most likely true in such cases: (a) the claimants are right, (b) the claimants are mistaken in their measurements, or (c) the claimants are swindlers? Do you think that such a claim should be examined closely by a panel of scientists and engineers? In your opinion, would the time and effort be justified?

Grade:12th pass

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