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Subject: perpetual motion

Date: Tue Apr 2 21:56:01 1996
Posted by: Kane W. Elfman
Grade level: undergrad
School/Organization: Monash University - Clayton
City: Melbourne State/Province: Victoria
Country: Australia
Area of science: Physics
I have read on numerous occasions that perpetual motion is

impossible.  So I was wondering why a planet orbiting the sun 

would not be considered as such?

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