Free Energy - or a little bit from static electricity
glad you like my page - a few responses:
there are nano motors that work on static attraction.
200V per meter is a lot - you may be off a few orders of magnitude.
The problem is not as much the conductivity of air as the amount of
current available - if air were more conductive, then the charge would
dissipate quicker. I think we are agreed that there is FE (free energy)
in static electricity in the air - just not enough to be economically
viable. Other forms of "non-cost-effective" free energy at:
- hope you don't mind me posting this to my FE email list
Eric Krieg eric@... fax (215)-654-0651
> Hi Eric
> I like your page.
> I can make a neon lamp flash. Most days. Not my invention.
> People have made static electric motors from this technlogy before the
> invention of "Current motors"
> (very low power but they do move)
> There seems to be a difference of potential as you go up into the air.
> About 200 volts per meter.
> The problem is air in not very conductive. -- that is why the difference
> can be there and also why it is hard to tap.
> A charge builds on an antenna and reaches the point wher is can get through
> the neon then discharges making a flash.
> To get more than fractions of a watt you would have to find a way To make
> air more conductive.
> I noticed during the Mount St Helens explosion in video of the ash coulds
> over Yakama Washington a lot of lightning. I think the ash made the air
> more conductive.
> I just thought you would like to know.