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Author Topic: Power from different Resistance ?  (Read 1594 times)

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Power from different Resistance ?
« on: December 30, 2019, 12:48:15 AM »
I had a strange theory in recent times that in a simple loop ( Circuit-1 in the diagram below ) containing nothing but a diode to ensure DC current,  that if you added a simple-component to it ( turning it into Circuit-2 in the diagram ) which is nothing but a much better conductor,  that it may be a source of power .

  In the diagram below,  theoretically,  if there was some type of DC-micro-current flowing in Circuit-1, maybe that DC-micro-current would be increased by adding a component to it ( turning it into Circuit-2 in the diagram ) simply made of a much thicker wire or much better conductive material.