posted on Dec, 21 2009 @ 10:41 AM
Originally posted by watcher73
Originally posted by DaMod
Originally posted by Divinorumus
I new this guy from years ago that showed me this coil device he made that he could place next to a power company transformer...
Well, it depends on what you are trying to power. A house? As of now out of the question. A pocket pc? Now this would come in handy!
Actually there was a guy who powered his whole house this way. He was caught and charged with theft. This is decades old and I dont see any references
Coaxial cables normally leak so terribly that all you have to do in order to steal signal would be to place another cable alongside it and you will
have cable, internet (with a pirate decoder/modem of course, which I don't advise anyone to own of course). All electrical components leak power in
various degrees, and yes, putting a coil up against an industrial sized transformer would pick up electricity. A copper cord would leak a certain
amount of electricity over distance the same way I explained with the coax. Etc. After WW3 perhaps, not when I make my own wages and there are people
around to work powerplants and sell batteries.
However, all of this leaking and projected energy (radars, TV towers, cell phone towers etc) will produce ions and static electricity. Charged fog and
clouds could produce enormous amounts of energy etc. Why not grow and farm clouds? Trap a couple of clouds adjust their induction and rub them against
eachother, ZAP! It's like people said earlier in this thread, it's just to find a way to harvest it. But with existing technology you could easily
power your whole house without anything but a rather small investment and of course service and repair.