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  • free energy is possible ???

    i read lot of theory about nickolas telsa free energy ideas

    it is possible

    any proof?

  • #2
    I think that it is possible but people still are not allowed to use it. The thing is, free energy means no profit for big companies. However, I believe that people will be able to use free energy in near future.


    • #3
      Sure it's possible, but is there any reason why it should be a priority? Most energy is used by industries anyway, and I think the current situation encourages energy efficiency which is a good thing. Would perhaps make more sense to offer individual services like electric public transport free of charge.


      • #4
        Go to school! You must understand a couple of things about energy. First of all, energy was invented by people as a measure of the transformation of matter. What do you means free? Like perpetum mobile or what? It can not exist! Nothing is taken from nowhere and does not disappear anywhere! This is an axiom. But, we can think about one thing, how made this process better, because we have one problem - every transformation of matter has a part that turns into heat. When electrical energy rotates the electric motor turning energy into kinetic energy and a heat, how minimize heat?


        • #5
          No free lunch, no free energy...sorry.

          Read up on the laws of thermodynamics.


          • #6
            Offcourse(one way or the other,lol)

            Development(cost) and (predicted)profit are the biggest issues,lol. Thats where the politicians should come

            Last edited by ughstupidagain; 05-15-2017, 04:54 PM. Reason: had


            • #7
              The short answer is a definite "yes".

              The laws of thermodynamics are merely descriptive of the processes, characteristics, and limitations of heat engines. If a process does not use combustion (i.e. does not utilize the flow of heat from combustion, or as in solar, thermal collection, through a device to do work and this is thence lost to a heat sink or as wasted thermal energy / friction) in order to power the production and transformation of thermal energy to mechanical / kinetic energy, a process can be engineered wherein energy may be, not "produced" but harnessed, virtually for free. The costs entailed would be mostly for the construction, production and maintenance of said devices and creating a distribution system for the electricity generated, either integrating them within the existing grids - perhaps not the best idea? - or implementing the devices within personal residences, office spaces, industrial centers etc. This is somewhat being done with solar (at less than a snail's pace).
              The catch here is to be able to free oneself from the "infernal" combustion paradigm. How difficult is it to free oneself of the preconceptions of their cultures' scientific biases? Extremely difficult!

              Also a developer of such technology has practical hurdles to clear as well as those of intellectual bias. For instance, a device which claims to be able to tap and transform an unlimited source of energy, such as gravity, to do useful work would be determined to be one of "perpetual motion" by the PTO ( Office of Patents and Trademarks - under the US Dept. of Commerce ). The designer must - without the offensive* legal power that a patent provides - research, design, test and manufacture prototypes. Then said device must be transported to, and left with, the PTO for one year. There it is dismantled and reconstructed to examine and prove the veracity of the claims in the patent application. During this period the device is inspected by representatives of each and every relevant governmental department. And, if the device is determined to have any significant military applications, the PTO has the power to slap a secrecy order on said application for 12 years. If the inventor were to try to obtain an international patent, say in Switzerland, they could face prosecution for divulging state secrets. Without a patent, which is a grant of monopoly ownership from the PTO, an inventor does not legally OWN their invention.

              Where could one safely do research on such a project? At a university? Clifford D. Conner, in his The People's History of Science, observes, "Two-thirds of research is now financed by companies. And much of this 'privatized' science is falling into the hands of ever fewer - and ever bigger - global corporations. The corruption of science is not confined to researchers who work directly for corporations. No less complicit are the university labs and government agencies whose ties to industry have bound them even more tightly into a single entity. Conflict of interest in science has become the norm of behavior, rather than the exception. The academic research milieu is generally acknowledged to be permanently and unabashedly linked to the private sector."

              Here in Hawaii, I was directed by our Proto-HUB ( an entrepreneurial incubator of sorts) to approach Hi SERF: Hawaii Sustainable Energy Research Facility. The placard over the door listed their affiliations: The University of Hawaii in partnership (LLC?) with Hawaiian Electric Company sponsored by the Office of Naval Research and the US Dept. of Energy. I choose not to go inside after reading that.

              Then the devise must be marketed. According to instructors of venture capital, large on-going concerns ( venture capital funds, corporations ) as a matter of course, operate under the assumption that patents are made to be challenged, re-engineered, or outright stolen. The patent will definitely be disregarded if the potential gains are significant enough as such institutions have immensely deeper pockets and access to legal departments, law firms etc. I said earlier that a patent only affords offensive legal rights. This means that the holder of the patent must PROVE that the accused willfully infringed on the patented device. The patent holder is NOT The defendant in this scenario but must mount, and pay for, their own offensive legal case against the infringing party. Hence, a patent, in and of itself affords no legal defense, merely offensive evidence of the accusation.

              If the electricity generated world wide in 2016 were sold at one half of what it is in Hawaii, this would represent a two trillion dollar market. If you were a corporation would this number be sufficient to induce you to disregard a POTENTIAL lawsuit?

              Does this begin to explain the dearth of devices which could overthrow the strangle hold which fossil fuels have over our globe? In my opinion it begins to.
              Last edited by AnnoDyneRx; 05-19-2017, 12:16 AM.


              • #8

                We need to think about re-new-able energy, that does not pollute, and does not harm the world. I am glad at least some people are thinking about this. I live in the USA, we have WAYYYY to many cars..and traffic. its just not designed for like 100+ years from now.. We need small little electric taxis, that you just call from your phone, and they zip to your house and pick you up. This idea of every family owns a car is outdated.

                Solar..... we need to build our houses so the roofs face the sun. Wind, we can do this. Geo thermal, yep. also do-able.. long term.

                we need to keep pushing in these areas. that will make them better and cheaper.

                Thank you for sharing.

                dr. Darrell of Michigan.


                • #9
                  We need controlled fusion. Solar, wind e.t.c. this is something for eko fools which whine about CO2 in the atmosphere white they eat chemical contaminated food.

                  The universe shows us how to create energy. Take two hydrogen atoms fuse them together to one helium atom and take the energy. This is they way how most stars create their light and heat. We just need incredible hight temperature and pressure for such fusion.


                  • #10
                    Hades, as last time you have visited Planet Mars with me on our dreamy UFO and you have seen energy is free there for everyone. So it is possible dude. (Think positive )


                    • #11
                      No, not possible. No matter what the energy source there is going to be a cost involved in collecting the energy. If you redefine "free" so that cost doesn't count then oil, solar, and hydrothermal are already free, but you've left meaning behind in setting your definitions.

                      Thermodynamics and the principle of the conservation of energy does relate (subjects I studied in becoming an industrial engineer awhile back). No process can create energy from nothing, more or less. Solar energy is a completely different thing; the sun just gives that off. A perpetual machine can't exist.

                      Solar is a cheap as "more free" energy gets these days; we can collect what's coming off the sun. Geothermal is not much different, collecting the heat of the earth, but the infrastructure equipment to do it is really expensive.

                      Devices that collect ocean wave energy are interesting; to some extent that must already work, and they'll keep with it until it's more practical. It's interesting to consider the source of that energy, part of it from the gravitational force of the moon on the earth (or is that just tides? I'm not a geologist). Someone might think: this is free, and unlimited, since the moon keeps circling, and an apparent violation of that law of physics. It must be the case that if we wait long enough the moon's orbit will eventually decay. I think we've only got 3 or 4 billion more years until the sun's normal life cycle causes it to make life on earth inhabitable so if it takes longer than that it wouldn't matter.