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Originally posted by Agarta
... The last strand with the tightest end down creates the gap and shoots down the pole connecting to the main current wire(110 cert) (soldered to one wire) . This wire is connected to power in of the freezer. I connected a single wire to the neg of the freezer and put it in the ground 1m deep. Why does this work? I do not know, I assume it's because I followed that which nature follows, However, I had to set the cool setting to its lowest setting and it still overworks the system of the freezer slightly.
When I apply the first law of thermodynamics, it was towards the moving mechanical system of the so called "perpetual" magnetic motors. I suspect that the machine that the topic creator linked and solar cells and the like all move towards electrodynamic systems. That is a different story altogether..
Originally posted by fordrew
reply to post by ElVividorDeLaVida
Of course scientists back then did not know about lift.
But this is completely different. If you were an engineer or a scientist you would understand. Specifically an engineer.
You can not ever run a machine forever. Things need replacement and break often. There is no such thing as %100 efficiency let alone anything greater than 100% efficiency because that breaks Σ Energy = 0. If you understood that the max efficiency is that of a reversible machine and if you understood Carnot and thermodynamics then you would be able to understand that free energy and perpetual motion does not exist. The laws of thermodynamics is an AXIOM which means that if you break one law that means that all the laws can be broken. So that would mean that current technology that we are basing these laws on should not even exist because they are wrong.
With that logic...is solar energy is free then why do solar cells die after a certain period of time? How come if you build a simple magnetic motor to power a motor the magnets will die after a period of usage? I thought that energy was free? How about wind power that seems free? Oh wait its not once again they all follow The 4 laws of thermo.
Now for this machine I can definitely tell you whats happening as soon as I have the time to look at it. I can tell you if it works or not. I look forward to looking at it.
connected to the board with latex covered plastic "zipstrips". The last strand with the tightest end down creates the gap and shoots down the pole connecting to the main current wire(110 cert) (soldered to one wire) . This wire is connected to power in of the freezer.
Originally posted by Pilgrum
reply to post by AntiNWO
As for making use of the RF energy we're immersed in every second of the day, the Microchip corp has developed MCU devices requiring such extremely low operating power that harvesting the RF energy to produce untethered wireless and battery-less devices is not only possible but being done right now.
RF Energy Harvesting Development Solution
It's not going to power a freezer or even a single LED but it's real and maybe not so good in outback locations but inner city areas would be perfect.
Here's a gadget I made out of 'junkbox' parts decades ago that can 'harvest' RF energy of virtually all frequencies from LF AM up to microwaves from radar, microwave ovens etc
Its intended use was for detecting leaks from microwave ovens but a nearby cell phone can send it off the scale (fullscale reading represents about 15 microwatts)
For a little perspective, lighting up a standard 20mA LED takes about 40000 microwatts.
edit on 22/2/2011 by Pilgrum because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by LordBaskettIV
reply to post by felonius
Try this one it's way more simple.
You can adjust the specific frequency you harvest energy from by changing the antenna size to fit a specific frequency. If you live near a tower you can suck quite a bit of energy if its tuned right. This uses RF though and not the ionosphere(sp?).