Comment by Arend Lammertink, MSc. (right) on Shell CEO: Nat Gas To Play Prominent Global Energy Role
Posted on Sep 14th, 2010 at 12:27 pm
I think these guys may be in for a little surprise about what will be the energy source of the future. It wont be a fossil fuel. It will be the electric field, available for free all across the universe.
Let me first mention that I hold a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering. I never believed any claims that there would be such thing as free energy. Energy that is basically free for the taking for virtually nuts. Sure, you have solar energy, but solar panels are that expensive to make that they are not interesting from an economic point of view.
But, curious as I am, I did investigate some of the systems that claimed to produce energy out of seemingly nothing. What I found out is that when you look at the dirty details of what we know as electricity, it is the electric field that really powers our circuits. While it seems like we convert mechanical energy into electrical energy by turning the shaft of a generator, in reality it is the electric field that powers our circuits.
Each and every charge carrier in the universe emits an electric field for free, 4/7, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, indefinately. And that electric field contains energy, as has been shown without a shadow of a doubt by the German Prof. Claus Turtur:
In the chapter A circulation of energy of the electrostatic field (pages 10-14) he makes a straightforward calculation of the energy density of the static electric field surrounding a point charge using nothing more than Coulombs law and the known propagation speed of the electric field, the speed of light, and shows that there must be some kind of energy circulation between the vacuum and charge carriers, which eventually leads to the conclusion that the electric field is a wonderful and free energy source. And that means it it not a question of if but how to use this energy source to give us as much clean, non polluting energy as we like, for free.
So, with this knowledge I investigated three independent inventions that claimed to be able to power cars seemingly out of nothing. And to my own surprise they all turned out the use the same basic principle, a principle that can be explained from the bottom up without any difficulty using nothing but hard electrical engineering theory.
So, there we are. We know the electric field is an clean energy source that is free for the taking and we know how three independent inventions, of which two have been shown to work in public, used this energy source using the exact same set of tricks. So, it is only a matter of time now before all the oil companies will be out of business and fossil fuel will be a thing of the past.
If you are interested, you can read all about how to pull this off, in principle, over here:
I must stress that this is a work in progress, but the basic stuff is there for everyone to see, for free. No strings attached.
COMMENT RECEIVED FROM ONE OF OUR CONTRIBUTORS:
If this guy was really on to something his life wouldn’t be worth a ‘bucket full of warm spit’. Too many large companies and national economies depend upon the ‘system’ the way it is.
I think that in concept he is correct about electrical fields. However, there are two of them, positive and negative, and they counteract the effects of each other. That is why all objects are essentially ‘neutrally charged’. I think the fellow has a great imagination but that he needs to keep working on the idea. But he also needs to keep his mouth shut. If his idea worked people would swarm all over it in a heartbeat. He couldn’t keep the wolves at bay. Everybody and their uncle would be trying to steal his ideas and technology. If his idea worked someone would have kidnapped him already and would be torturing the crap out of him to get him to talk. Furthermore, OPEC and BIG OIL would put a price on his head. If this guy was really on to something his life wouldn’t be worth a ‘bucket full of warm spit’. Too many large companies and national economies depend upon the ‘system’ the way it is.