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Nine Interesting Perpetual Motion Machine In The History

#8. Cox’s Timepiece

Cox’s Timepiece

In 1774 London clockmaker James Cox built his perpetual motion timepiece. The diamond-powered clock’s constant motion and its reduction of internal friction to almost nothing guaranteed that the metals from which the clock was constructed would decay much more slowly than anyone had ever seen. Although that’s a grandiose statement, many presentations of new technology contained mystical elements back then.

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