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Crispat10 (@Crispat10)    1 year, 3 months ago

Imagine a world where every home and village has its own clean source of electrical energy, free from the cost of fossil fuels, nuclear power, or a centralized electric grid. Imagine every means of transportation running off of clean power plants, using no source of fuel and creating no pollution.

Imagine the developing world blossoming with these new technologies and the equatorial rain forests protected from slash-and-burn subsistence farming and logging.

Imagine all manufacturing being clean-fuel sourced, using no-cost or low-cost energy.

Imagine the possibility of 100 percent recycling because the energy cost of transporting recycled materials, processing them, and scrubbing pollution out of the air and water approaches zero.

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Inspired by Dr. Steven Greer’s new film “Sirius”, I am writing a report for school on what the impact of the implementation of free energy devices would have on the world and for humanity as a whole. I’m wondering if any of you out there have any knowledge on this subject or if you have seen any devices that look promising for the future of sustainability.

Thanks

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Anonymous (@)1 year, 3 months ago ago

@Crispat10, “one of Tesla’s final gifts to the world was a tower near NYC that would have provided free wireless energy to the entire planet. The man who financed the construction of the tower shut it down when he realised there would be no way to regulate the energy and therefore it wouldn’t make money.”

http://theoatmeal.com/comics/tesla

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Julian (@richie483)1 year, 3 months ago ago

@Crispat10, I stumbled upon this a year or more ago. But its still very interesting. Gives me goose bumps!

http://www.ted.com/talks/justin_hall_tipping_freeing_energy_from_the_grid.html

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Andrew Wylde (@bewylde)1 year, 3 months ago ago

@Crispat10, hey so this idea is what initially got me into the field im studying right now and I’ve gotta tell yah, whoever it is that got rid of all the information pertaining to the possibility of this being possible was a crazy man. There are energy flows that are completely neglected in the field of EE because they would be 100000 times more efficient than the current mode of energy transport. Just an idea for your paper, look up the Poynting energy flow versus the Heaviside Energy Flow, mind will be blown. Also look for any and all papers describing extraction of energy from the vacuum or something else known as Zero Point Energy. Happy Searching my friend.

Ps. Free energy is a hoax, the term is on the complete opposite spectrum for what you want to look into. Its a term used by perpetual motion fanatics and it doesn’t exist. Nothing in respect to energy is EVER free!

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Crispat10 (@Crispat10)1 year, 3 months ago ago

@francina, That is a great little cartoon. Tesla and his tower is one of the main areas I am focusing on for this.

@richie483, That is a fascinating talk, I had never heard of him before, thank you for showing me that.

@bewylde, I agree with you completely in that whoever decided to neglect these energy flows and information is an absolute nut (and also quite possibly disturbed as well). I am aware of the vacuum and zero point energy but will need to do some research on the Poynting energy flow versus the Heaviside Energy Flow. Thanks for the advice!

p.s. you said this subject got you into the field that you are studying in right now, what field is that?

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Andrew Wylde (@bewylde)1 year, 3 months ago ago

@Crispat10, I’m studying Electrical Engineering with an emphasis on Electromagnetism and possibly semiconductor devices. My goal is to get into Nanotechnology.

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Anonymous (@)1 year, 3 months ago ago

@bewylde, ” There are energy flows that are completely neglected in the field of EE because they would be 100000 times more efficient than the current mode of energy transport.”

What does this even mean? You mean they are 100,000 times more efficient than A/C? D/C? Clarify this statement.

This will be the third time I explain this so excuse me if I get a little heated;

1. The energy that Tesla wanted to harness was the potential difference between the upper atmosphere and the ground of Earth. The potential is huge, and such we see lightning bolts – arcs that can be 13 miles long in some cases. The potential energy difference for this to occur is MASSIVE and as such means there is a huge amount of energy to be harnessed.

2. HOWEVER – This type of “OMG THIS IS FREE ENERGY” is what plagues man kind every fucking century. How do you think they thought of Oil when it first came about? “Oh my god, this oil is everywhere – its basically free energy!” Look where we are now.

3. The magnetosphere and ionosphere are what hold these massive charges, and not coincidentally they are what keep us alive after a full day in the sun. Without all that ‘charge’ up there, incredible amounts of radiation would blast down to Earth’s surface – if you think cancer is scary now, just wait until Tesla-philes deplete the ionosphere.

4. As was said before – THERE . IS. NO . FREE . ENERGY . This is an absolute myth. In order to sustain a population of our size on a finite planet, the amount of energy needed will absolutely have consequences.

Solar energy will lower the Earth’s temperature, if the entire world were run on it.
Wind energy would remove rain and basically all weather if the world were run on it.

There is no escaping consequences of using energy.

@Crispat10, @francina,

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DaFunks (@Dafunks)1 year, 3 months ago ago

The sun. It is free and giving us power now. We just need to learn how to use it.

This is what I wish would be focused on. It seems amazing. I watched a show on it once. It works like a Chicken Egg…. its just amazing.

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