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A lot of discussions are being held in the field of availability of energy which can be procured from the air ” free” of cost.This can be done by using the appropriate technology. Research and development is on in full swing in this context, to see, whether this energy is really present, where is it available, how much will it cost to exploit the atmosphere in order to get this energy, and how long will it last?
One may think that this ” free energy device” is some sort of gadget that may be used to amass and send out energy from a resource that is not accepted by conventional science, or a gadget that amasses energy without having to pay anything for it.Some may even think it is like the legendary perpetual motion machine which once it starts driving never stops- something that is undoubtedly not possible.
Anyway it is possible to discover new ways and means to exploit different energies ” floating” free of cost from the atmosphere.Constant endeavor in the research and development field have made the impossible become possible,as seen in the discovery of getting energy from an atom done after 1940. In the 20th century, we saw The Wright Brothers made the impossible feat of flying human beings possible.
It is said that ” free” energy is available in large quantities and can be procured from the Zero Point Field. This is a state of matter that is quantum mechanical and for a specific system which is achieved when the system is at bottom most state of existence it can possibly be in. It can also be called the” ground State” of the system.
In the year 1913 Otto Stern and Albert Einstein declared that Zero Point Energy (ZPE) also known as ” residual” energy, could also be used as an alternative form of energy.In quantum mechanics it is also called” vacuum energy” and is said to symbolize the energy of absolutely emptied space. According to one of the main researchers of Hal Puthof this energy field has been compared to the froth which is present at the bottom of a waterfall.
Puthof also says that this ” zero point” energy would still remain as is it is even if the whole universe would be cooled down to absolute zero where all thermal agitation effects could be frozen out.There is a lot of research on quantum physics being done by practicing physicists but the inferences of this is still not known by them.
Me, along with a group of physicists and colleagues have been working in research labs and universities to see if it is possible to excavate or ” mine” this store-house of energy and use it as alternative energy source. We are also looking into to see if this energy field could be the reason behind inertia and gravity.
Knowing this will be of great importance as it will tell us if this energy can be controlled along with inertia and gravity leading to some major engineering solutions.After all these studies some developments have been seen in the subcategory of cavity quantum electrodynamics. This has been seen in relation to controlling of the emission speed of highly activated atoms and molecules, mainly studied in laser research and in other places.
I am wondering about the average cost to put solar panels on the average size home. (I know it takes a 3 to 4kw system, I think)
Would this power the home all the time?
Will there be power left over to sell back to the power company?
Just trying to get a clear understanding of solar panels from people that run their homes with solar?
Nuclear powerplants are very dangerous places and only smart people are allowed to work there. One wrong move and it could be a catrastrophy. So why then do they allow Homer Simpson to work there. He is clearly an incognizant, inept, buffoon of a man. And whats worse, he is the saftey supervisor. How does a nuclear accident like this get a possition that important?
I'm trying to work out how much one litre of petrol costs in oil-price terms, presuming oil to be $100/barrel (159 litres or 42 US gallons). 1 gallon = 3.78 litres.
I want to do a science project where I create my own solar panels out of different materials to see which one will produce the greatest amount of energy. Is this a realistic topic if it has to be done before Thanksgiving? If so, how do I make the solar panels? How do I measure/convert the energy? Please help!
That is reduce the carbon emssions to about say 99 per cent.
I am assuming the nuclear reactors will have a life-span of 50 years.