Simple Guide to Free Energy
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Free Energy. There is nothing magic about free-energy and by “free-energy” I mean something which produces output energy without the need for using a fuel which you have to buy.
Free energy devices have been around for a very long time now. I have stood beside a water mill and it’s power is scary as it could crush you in moments and never even notice. That mill is on a quietly flowing small river and it can operate at any time day or night without anyone having to pay anything for the power which it uses.
It will have cost quite a bit to build the mill in the first place, but after that, it produces major power day and night, day in day out, year in year out. Most free-energy devices are just like that as it costs something to build them in the first place, but after that they run for free.
This presentation is mainly for people who have never come across free-energy and know nothing about it. So, each chapter deals with just one device and tries to explain it clearly.
Introduction to Free Energy
This is a boat. It is pushed along by the action of the wind on the sails. It can travel thousands of miles. If, like me, you consider free energy to be a source of power which you don’t have to pay for, then this boat sails with free energy as you don’t have to pay for the wind – it arrives free, all on its own.
This is a water wheel. It provides continuous energy because the river flowing past always turns the wheel. Because the river always flows past whether or not you have a water wheel, a water wheel is a method of accessing another source of free energy.
This is a hydro-electric dam where lake water flows through propellers and generates electricity. The water falls down through the seven generators under a force (erroneously) called “gravity” and “gravity” is always there and you don’t have to pay for it. So, a dam like this accesses free energy.
This is a windmill. If located in the right place its sails rotate continuously due to the wind and so it also access a source of free energy.
This is a parabolic mirror and it focuses sunlight on the horizontal pipe across the middle of the mirror. That makes the liquid in the pipe so hot that it can drive an engine and do useful work.
This house has 34 solar panels mounted on the roof. Those panels collect sunlight and convert it directly into electricity – more than enough to meet the needs of the people living in the house. That is another way to access free energy as sunlight arrives on its own and we don’t have to pay for it.