Below is a interesting theory that was presented to me the other day by an old friend and cooperative in alternative energy research.
I found it very intriguing, especially since the theory seems to be unprecedented not only on this forum, but elsewhere as well.
Please right me if I am wrong, since it puzzles me that nobody have thought about it before. And please express whatever support for
or critiscism against this theory that comes into you mind. We are thankful for any kind of constructive input, positive or negative.
Quote from C:
"Too everybody concerned.
I might have a solution to the human race's greatest challenge, how do we create usable energy, cheaply and environmentally friendly, which is enough for everyone thousands of years forward? I am convinced that I donâ€™t need to explain how serious the situation is in terms of energy versus the environment and global economy. ItÂ´s a disaster and we have no time to lose.
My contribution to solving the energy problem is the following:
Today we behave like madmen and trying to find out more or less short-term, expensive, worthless way to produce energy, when in fact we live our entire lives on a Giant Big Super-Generator, THE EARTH ..... All we have to do is look in a larger perspective, and there it is, the solution to maintain our modern lifestyle.
The earth is one big, very big generator, a generator that is so powerful that it forms a magnetic field around the entire world strong enough to protect the earth from the deadly radiation from the sun and enabling us to survive.
Perhaps this is madness, but the science is solid, the earth's interior liquid metal core produces enormous amounts of energy, unbelievable amounts, imagine a clock that is powered by a orange as you may see in schools during physics lesson, but one thatâ€™s hundred trillion times greater.
The only thing we have to do is to harvest a small fraction of it to satisfy all our energy demands.
Today we have the opportunity, and technology. We have the technology to lead current in cables thousands of miles with only 10-15% losses, this was an impossibility just a few years ago, we have well-developed technology to put cables on the seabed and has done so for many years All around the world.
We â€œonlyâ€ have to anchor some sort of conductive plate as close to the North Pole and South Pole as technically possible (I know it sounds crazy), then we draw cables on the sea floor to a suitable area on land, we split up the cables and direct the energy to where it's needed, then we do it again, with a new set of wires from the poles to different aries, a perfect and wonderful solution with very low maintenance costs, just like a regular generator, simple as that, we have all the energy we need, all time of the year, for the rest of the human civilizations history.
Itâ€™s a long-distance cable for sure, but not as long as you might think, the earth is not invincibly great, we can do it, and we have done greater things in the past.
I am far from an expert on how the earth and its energy field work, but it seems that I have support for my theory in different places, and it seems that oddly enough nobody ever tried this theory before.
If itÂ´s 1% chance that this works, it's completely insane not to give it a try, at least in the theoretical level.
So my question to you is whether you would be interested in using your organization and knowledge bank to investigate the possibilities of this insane suggestion but still an incredibly fun solution if it turns out to have sustainability.
Would you participate in maybe the greatest technological achievements in human history?
I myself have a burning passion in the subject, but too few resources and too little time, now you probably think that I am looking for a way to make money, but you are totally wrong,
I have money, but not the possibility to investigate if this is a true "Black Swan"
With best regards C
""We are looking for something that has not, will not, maybe not, or may not exist ...
... but as human beings, we are always driven to seek it.""
/end of quote
So what are you opinions about this earth sized generator/battery concept?