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Author Topic: Is it possible that this half baked idea could be a viable source of energy?  (Read 4258 times)

Offline rukiddingme

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93U2NfYlpa8&feature=youtu.be[/font]


Use the difference in electrical potential between the high atmosphere and the low/submerged ground.

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Offline MarkE

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Think lightning.


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Yeah, I don't think it would work in a storm, but the concept that lightning is caused by the difference in potential from sky to ground means that there is a potential even when there is no storm.


Hopefully there is still a large potential difference with a clear sky.

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Yeah, I don't think it would work in a storm, but the concept that lightning is caused by the difference in potential from sky to ground means that there is a potential even when there is no storm.


Hopefully there is still a large potential difference with a clear sky.
There is.  That's why you want to think lightning.  If you have a dielectric (air) moving against another dielectric (more air that is not moving as fast in the same direction) then you can separate charges.


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There is.  That's why you want to think lightning.  If you have a dielectric (air) moving against another dielectric (more air that is not moving as fast in the same direction) then you can separate charges.


Well, if the concept is workable, how so we get a prototype made for testing?

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Offline ARMCORTEX

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study the annals of science, I am sure this was tried before by somebody.

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Well, if the concept is workable, how so we get a prototype made for testing?
Find someone with Google like money to spend on an idea that is full of side effects and risks. 

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Yes, his name was Tesla  ;D

 

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