• "You cant make a real life
infinite water source"
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    • Who the fuck edits a notification sound into their video? Go fuck yourself, you dirty ass spelunker.
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    • Even if this does keep going it’s a closed system that leads nowhere.
      Shade17 5 jul
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    • Infinite energy? Nah it has to slow to a stop eventually
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    • Hang on guys pause i got a notification
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    • I don’t think this guy knows what the word “infinite” means...
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    • Ok dude, getting rick-rolled is one thing, getting notified is another
      MrTurtle 6 jul
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    • No one is going to talk about the notification tone that went off and made me look to see who was messaging me at 10:30 at night
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    • This violates the second rule of thermodynamics. There is no such thing as free or infinite energy.
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    • Fuck. I spent like two minutes trying to figure out where the notification came from before I realized it was in the video
      nazpoato 6 jul
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    • If you remove water it will immediately stop
      Drowseh 6 jul
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    • Imagine the one guy waiting for text from his crush
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    • Law of Conservation of Mass wouldn’t allow this
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    • You son of a bitch. I wont fall for your fuckery I'm an android user
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    • Water only flows down with gravity. If all of these cans are on the same level, the water won't flow. Much less flow up a spout to then fall down.
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    • The law of conservation of energy would not allow this. The principal that is allegedly being used here is siphoning, but to do this the opening for the water needs to be below the water level, thus making this physically impossible
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    • Friction will slow it down
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    • That’s impossible though right? Like something has to stop it at some point
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    • It's a dude who built this as a water fountain to fool guests. There's pumps underneath the jugs. Thermodynamics won't allow it any other way
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    • Wtf is that notification sound
      hamsword 6 jul
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    • So, what's happening here is the same principle behind a Pythagorean Cup. The fluid is effectively moving itself with a vacuum. The fluid leaving the spout has to be replaced by something, so it pulls up more fluid, which gets removed from the spout by gravity and it's own momentum...
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    • Eventually the water will evaporate
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    • Wait
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    • Even if you had a machine that never stopped, if it used any energy it would leave the system so it wouldn't work. Friction and gravity won't let u
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    • This is m c ether type shit
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    • At some point, a drop of water will splash out, and that will continue until there’s not enough water for this to happen. Or enough will evaporate. Nothing is infinite
      AjaxSoap 6 jul
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    • It's not real, don't worry about it. Look up perpetual motion machines.
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    • Guys we all know it’s fake we’re not fucking retarted it’s a meme
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    • Does this fucker know what condensation is...this is not infinite, the water will be uneven after a certain point depending on the slight shade each vessel is in... Causing the water to evaporate with natural elements of the earth.
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    • Jokes on you no one cares about me😭
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    • Water evaporates silly
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    • You can tell which ones have pumps
      Zakybear 6 jul
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    • When he sees it reach the equilibrium
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    • Red stone repeaters in a circle
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    • Look at the top right one, it was going before he connected the hose
      Fetlet 6 jul
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    • Perpetual motion machines would break the first law of thermodynamics if they existed
      Weird 6 jul
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    • Haha I have an android THIS *clap* DON'T *Clap* FOOL *CLAP* ME *C L A P*
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    • I got twenty notifications about apps and all but nun of my friends and July 18 is my birthday
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    • Y'all keep saying "it's not infinite it has to end eventually" like it's a revelation but we all know that, it's literally the most basic physics, and we all learned it in 3rd grade. Of course it's either fake or it's gonna stop eventually; there's probably a pump in there
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    • Water would eventually evaporate
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    • Perpetual motion isint real because of physics but the universe is massive so there is very likely a place where our physics dosent work allowing for that sort of thing to happen
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    • Anyone else gettin gay adds
      aslord 6 jul
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    • *Ding ding ding*
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    • That’s not infinite
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    • You are not just a clown not even the circus your the entire carnival industry
      McSuccy 6 jul
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    • This is a Facebook post wtf
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    • That’s impossible due to a little thing called friction
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    • Could that be used as a power source? Asking for when I go off the grid
      Sdvix 6 jul
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    • Fake it's reversed
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    • And your claim is correct, you can't make an infinite water source but you can make an infinite water supply
      Dracnk 6 jul
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    • Lol does no one realize there a sub pump in each can???
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    • I hate that notification sound
      Rethos 6 jul
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    • Trippy
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    • Ha you can't fool me I have an Android
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    • thermodynamics would beg to differ
      Kektaro 6 jul
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    • You got a message bro
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    • It’ll evaporate at some point
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    • I wish there was sound 😕
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    • But you take a scoop with a cup and the whole thing stops running
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    • This is as real as a democratic program.
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    • Evaporation
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    • It would stop eventually due to evaporation
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    • Even if this works it’s not a source of water? It doesn’t, but if it does it would just be moving around water, not providing it
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    • 8/10 editing. Not bad
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    • Fake, it's reversed
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    • Evaporation
      witty 6 jul
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    • Equilibrium is bouta ruin this whole mans career.
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    • I need to try this now
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    • HOW IS THIS FEATURED AND MINE Isn’t💀💀💀
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    • DM pp picz
      DatZtuff 6 jul
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    • *in sarcastic tone* now add a paddle system to create kinetic energy and youve made hydroelectric power thats been around for decades and you shouldve learned in 8th grade, yay.
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    • So fake
      epicx23 6 jul
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    • You have figured out perpetually motion
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    • Perpetual motion is impossible
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    • Isn’t the spout up higher than the actual tank?
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    • That’s not making infinite water
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    • Y’all are so mad over a little sound in this video lol
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    • Is everybody so stupid they dont realise there are pumps in it. You can clearly see during the video some of the cans push out water before they are completely full
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    • Thats not an infinite water source that is just 4 watering pails full of water.
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    • Bruh, I thought I didn't have the sound on, the notification sound happened (also a sound my phone doesn't make) and I was real confused for a second
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    • Don’t “water sources” usually allow/include being able to actually use said water?
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    • That’s cool
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    • That’s fake
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    • This is not possible, you can tell because the spout is higher than the fill hole ie the water wouldn’t fill up to the end of the spout, it would overflow out the fill hole
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    • Not really infinite tho,if i start to drink from one they'll just stop pouring into each other
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    • Notice how the third and fourth ones started almost immediately even though they had barely been filled
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    • That notification noise scared the shit out of me.
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    • That wouldn't work because the spout is higher than the pot. You have to tip.it to get it to come out...
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    • It would eventually hit equilibrium no?
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    • The notification tone freaked me out bc I had my phone on silent
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    • But evaporation
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    • Bro. My lights r off and the sound was on. I have an android so I dont have that notification sound. High key thought there was someone else in my room...
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    • So we're redefining what source means now?
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    • Even if it does keep going you would keep having to add water because of evaporation
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    • Literally had to pause as I walked in my house, thought a burglar forgot to mute his phone
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    • I fucking knew it!!! The government has been lying to us this whole time!!!
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    • People complaining about the notification in the video but I keep them muted 😎
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    • Go ahead and try to use any of that water
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    • Now do it with Heroin.
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