Carbon dating fact or ficyion Young adult christian dating
The third one, (as described in detail in Science & Mechanics magazine, Spring, 1980), requires critical sizes, shapes, orientations, and spacings of magnets, but no feedback. The opposite terminal of the condenser being connected to ground, which may be considered as a vast reservoir of negative electricity, a feeble current flows continuously into the condenser and inasmuch as the particles are charged to a very high potential, this charging of the condenser can continue almost indefinitely, even to the point of rupturing the dielectric.
Such a motor could drive an electric generator or reversible heat pump in one's home, year round, for free. Today, we would call this device a solar-electric panel.
Tesla claimed the invention was an electrical generator that would not consume any fuel.
Such a generator would be its own prime mover and was utterly impossible according to modern scientists.
They use negative terms such as pseudoscience and perpetual motion, and citing physical laws which assert that energy cannot be created or destroyed (1st law of thermodynamics), and there is always a decrease in useful energy (2nd law of thermodynamics).
Free energy inventions are devices which can tap a seemingly unlimited supply of energy from the universe, without burning any kind of fuel, creating the perfect solution to the worldwide energy crisis and its associated pollution, degradation, and depletion of the environment.
Stick one of these antenna-like panels up in the air, the higher the better, and wire it to one side of a capacitor, the other going to a good earth ground.
However, this is more than a solar panel because it does not necessarily need sunshine to operate. Of course, this is impossible according to official science.
Tesla's invention is very different though, but the closest thing to it in conventional technology is in photovoltaics.
One radical difference is that conventional solar-electric panels consist of a substrate coated with crystalline silicon; the latest use amorphous silicon.
Conventional solar panels are expensive, and, whatever the coating, they are manufactured by esoteric processes.
But Tesla's solar panel is just a shiny metal plate with a transparent coating of an insulating material.