International Inventor’s Day 2013
Sixth International Inventor’s Day Celebration
26 September 2013, Sevastopol, Ukraine
on the occasion of the Ukraine’s Inventor’s Day
The “International Inventor’s Day” event was established by the International Federation of Inventors’ Associations (IFIA) to raise awareness of the role of inventors in our daily lives, and to celebrate the contribution made by inventors to the development of science, technology and societies across the globe. The “International Inventor’s Day (IID)” is planned to be organized together with an selected national similar event. The the first issue of “International Inventor’s Day (IID)” was celebrated on 2nd of February 2008 in Bangkok along with the Inventor’s Day in Thailand.
The second issue of “International Inventor’s Day (IID)” was also celebrated on 2nd of February 2009 in Bangkok concurrent with the Inventor’s Day in Thailand.
IFIA Executive Committee decided to organize the third issue of International Inventor’s Day with Argentina’s Inventor’s Day. The celebration was organized one month later connected to the IFIA General Assembly in 2010, Nuremberg.
The fourth celebration was in Stockholm in 2011 and the last in 2012 organized together with the Croatian Inventors Day in Zagreb connected to the ARCA.
IFIA Executive Committee agreed to hold the sixth issue of the International Inventor’s Day with the Ukrainian Inventor’s Day alongside the “New Time” international Invention Salon taking place between 26-28 September 2013 in Sevastopol.
Address: Perpetuum Mobile
by András Vedres, the IFIA President
Perpetual Mobile is a machine which works without any external source of energy (see the examples):
Perpetuum Mobile is illustrated in music by David Popper
There is a scientific consensus that perpetual motion is impossible, as it would violate the first or second law of thermodynamics. Nevertheless the people rack continuously one’s brains to invent new and new ideas.
We, the inventors all around the world created more then 2 millions new inventions in 2012. This number was 1 million in the end of the last century.
From the WIPO statistic
This is a great increase. What is the motive power? There is an answer in a peace of poetry titled „Consciousness” written by Attila József, (1934):