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The Earth Battery - Free energy, tesla technology

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posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 05:12 PM
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Hi all ats users

I have been on ats for the last 2 years(as a lurker), and in that time, ive learned alot about different topics, but one topic that always interest me was free energy, or alternative energy because its not actually "free."

Well today for the first time i learned about the earth battery, here's a youtube links:
www.youtube.com...
www.youtube.com...

there are more videos on youtube.

for those that cannot watch the video, basically you can stick a galvanized iron rod and copper rod in the ground, connect some cable to them, and receive electricity to charge your battery bank from the earth!

i even wanted to put this in conspiracy forums because this is a great conspiracy!
i could not believe my eyes when i searched ats and found nothing about "earth battery"

we all know that alternative energy has been kept from us for a long time. from prepetual magnet systems to tesla technologies, its all been suppressed for over 100 years. people that tried to come out w/ this knowledge got "suicided" etc.

but now with internet, this knowledge is unsupressable, that is why im here, sharing with you because i feel it is too important to ignore any longer.

I have been building a wind powered system for nearly a year(hard on finances)
and i find this as a great addition to charge my battery bank.

I will test it on my own and will apply it to my free energy system. but i want to build a bigger scale model of it and see if it gets more power.
supposedly if you dig deeper into the earth and have taller poles u will get more energy.

Please watch the videos if you can, and tell me what you think. oh, and spread the word! this is really important folks. we could all power our houses free of charge with this type of technology. also, if you're interested, check out this website: free-energy-info.co.uk... has lots of different ideas but none as simple as THE EARTH BATTERY!!!




posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 05:16 PM
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Yeah the fat cats over at the energy company just keep making energey less acessible to the poor one day we may all have to come up with alternative solutions.
I will look into this I live in an apartment though so I dont think it will work for me.

[edit on 5-4-2010 by dreamseeker]



posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 05:19 PM
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well there are other methods, check this out

www.youtube.com...#

he's producing more energy than hes taking out of the socket, once the machine is started, he can plug it into itself in a closed loop and charge a battery bank with excess wattage. that website i mentioned in the op is also very interesting.



posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 06:24 PM
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Have YOU tried this out yet, if so does it work???
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posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 02:40 AM
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I can't view the vids right now, but will do so soon as I can. I am starting my research on alternative energy, so its good to see such threads popping up.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 05:57 AM
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VERRY interesting.
Were can i find a BP on these things..??



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 07:23 AM
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This works I done it a while ago using plastic cups filled with dirt insert the rods and then add a little water.
From memory it took about 3-4 cups to light 1 LED.
I have also heard of it being done using oranges and apparently best results was using salt water....... hmmm i wonder were we could find some salt water???



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 07:24 AM
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Great Post.

There is also this previous post on ATS about ancient energy

www.abovetopsecret.com...

I am new to ATS and would S&F but do not know how.

Anyway good post.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 12:16 PM
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i just found out about this yesterday and was excited, but didnt have time to try it out yet. I went and bought a tester yesterday cuz i lost mine. but if u look through that website in the op, this method is mentioned there too. i am trying it this week though. will post first hand results. i think i can do it tonight when i get off work.

edit to say i already tried it and posted the results below

[edit on 6-4-2010 by ponyboyats]



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 12:17 PM
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BP? blue print? just watch the videos, they explain how to do it quite well. there are more of em on youtube. i wana build a larger version of it and dig deeper into the ground w/ the rods then i should be able to get more power. i will also try to tie two of them together in series to see if i get more volts.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 12:18 PM
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thank you for your input as soon as i try it i will post my results this week.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 12:19 PM
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thanks i read that post before but it is about the battery they found in baghdad. someone in that post does mention the earth battery though but i only found that out today after i looked through it again.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 12:24 PM
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Originally posted by ponyboyats

for those that cannot watch the video, basically you can stick a galvanized iron rod and copper rod in the ground, connect some cable to them, and receive electricity to charge your battery bank from the earth!


That's not "tesla technology", that's electrochemical power from putting two metals in a conductive medium that have two different electronegativities.

You can do the same thing by sticking a copper strip and an iron strip into a raw potato.

The "power" you derive from it ultimately comes back to the power used to refine the metals into a pure form. It's not "free".

Hey, you can do the same thing by interleaving old style copper pennies and silver dimes, separated by pieces of gauze dampened with salt water. If you stack them high enough, they'll shock the crap out of you.

Edit: some relevant links:

Behold, the lemon battery!

A potato battery

Penny batteries

[edit on 6-4-2010 by Bedlam]



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 12:53 PM
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Just tried it!!! and it works!!! we have a junk yard business next to my business and there's a metal post behind my place of business. i went to junk man, bought a copper pipe from him, about 5 foot long for 2$, stuck the copper pipe 10feet south of the metal post, ran a piece of wire from the metal post to the copper post(the wire is connected to the metal post, and insulated part wrapped around the copper to hold it there, just like in the first vid) then i put negative to the wire coming from metal post and positive to the copper post. i got .6 volts reading!! and it increased to .7 when i pressed the pipe into the ground more therefore getting better ground! this took me 5 minutes to set up anyone can try it at home!! this is awesome. and so scary. how come this simple tech is so unknown of? next ima try to tie two of them in series ill be back later with updates

[edit on 6-4-2010 by ponyboyats]



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 12:57 PM
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thanks for the correction, and its true. im sorry i meant to put something like tesla-like technology. i just knew if word tesla is in the title it would get more much deserved attention. and i know it isnt "free" nothing is free. that website i mentioned in the op explains how the magnetic pulse generators etc are not "free" energy because it basically takes input from the environment as well and from magnets that get demagnetized w/ time. or something like that. anyways, nothing is made out of thin air.all it is is conversion of energy thats all around us(and available at no cost) into electricity.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 01:34 PM
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Ok, i just went out there and broke the pipe in two and set up two systems but they were right next to each other, there was another metal post right next to the first one. each system gave me .5 volts but when i tied them in series, it only read .3 or .4 so, i think that the fact they were right next to each other has something to do with that, plus i dont have good connections, the wires are just wrapped around the metal post, and hanging down. i will continue the experiments in my back yard ill try to build a bigger model, and try to tie 2 in toghether but maybe separate them with some space?



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 02:00 PM
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Originally posted by ponyboyats
Ok, i just went out there and broke the pipe in two and set up two systems but they were right next to each other, there was another metal post right next to the first one. each system gave me .5 volts but when i tied them in series, it only read .3 or .4 so, i think that the fact they were right next to each other has something to do with that, plus i dont have good connections, the wires are just wrapped around the metal post, and hanging down. i will continue the experiments in my back yard ill try to build a bigger model, and try to tie 2 in toghether but maybe separate them with some space?


Try taking your same pipes and standing them up in a big Gott cooler full of water with a good handful of salt added. You should get the same results. You might have to toss in a few cups of vinegar. Don't let the pipes touch or you won't see anything.

It's not an "earth" thing, it's a wet conductive media thing.



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 02:04 PM
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yea i found water battery on youtube as well after i found the earth battery. so what in the hell? why are we not using this technology? plus those other projects in that ebook in the op? its ridiculous paying 4$ a gallon for gas when we could have everything based on these technologies that are relatively "free" and definitely cause no pollution.

I guess you right though i have a wrong thread title. its not about the earth after all. but thats still a battery thats under our feet. a big battery. i guess i was really just trying to discuss the concept of "free energy" i really want the world to break out of this "nothing is free" mentality. because we dont have to pay for electricity, it could be harvested from the environment around us at very little cost.

[edit on 6-4-2010 by ponyboyats]



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 02:21 PM
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Ok, first the "battery" part of it is the plates, not the electrolyte you're using, so whether it's a cooler full of salty water or a backyard full of wet dirt as your electrolyte and separator, the real battery is the pipes. The power's not coming from the water or the earth.

It's coming from the metals you're using. Those metals are dissimilar, meaning if you use two iron pipes you won't get a result, or two copper ones, same thing.

The reason that two dissimilar metals immersed in an electrolyte will develop a voltage difference like you're seeing is a quality of each metal called "electronegativity". Every element's got an electronegativity value. In general, the conductive elements can be made into voltaic cells, like the one you made with two different pipes, and the voltage you can get will be the difference in the electronegativities between the two elements. A copper - iron pipe cell will give you a different voltage out than a carbon-copper or carbon iron cell, because there's a different set of electronegativities.

That's what's making the voltage you see. But where does the energy come from that it produces? That was put in when the metals were refined. In their raw state, they're generally oxidized and all mixed in with other elements. It took energy input to turn them into nice pure copper and iron.

When you make a battery out of them, the copper and iron pipes corrode. Eventually, all the energy put in to make them nice pure metals will be gone, and one of those pipes will be turned into metal ions and non-reactive oxides. When that happens, the battery won't work anymore. It takes more energy to make the pure metals than you get out of the battery. So what you have there is a storage device, but not an energy source per se.

edit:

BTW, that D-cell battery you bought for your flashlight works the same way, they're using carbon and zinc (most likely) for their two "pipes", with a manganese oxide "dirt" for the earth part, and a solution of ammonium chloride for the "wet" part.

[edit on 6-4-2010 by Bedlam]



posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 02:47 PM
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thanks man, i really appreciate you clearing that up for me... ok now i have to start looking into these other devices i guess its not as simple as i thought. one thing though, if shtf, there will be copper pipes in houses, metal everywhere etc. so you can extract that energy from them and power something right? well how long do you think will the two pipes produce that .5 volt for? is it even worth building to try to charge my battery bank? or should i just resort to other methods? what do you know about magnetic generators?



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