Solving the energy crisis-II

Updated on Nov 10, 2004 07:25 PM IST

Nature has given us abundant electromagnetic energy, but most of it is lost to the environment.

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PTI | ByVeena Minocha

A magnet with two poles, a positive and a negative, is called a di-pole. Any object, like an atom, a generator, or even the Earth's gigantic magnet, could be used for this purpose. Whenever there are two charges existing simultaneously with each other, they form the basic requirement for trapping the gushing energy in the circuit containing the load.

The real problem has always been the non existence of the technology to be able to trap the free electromagnetic (EM) energy that exists everywhere in the universe. The remainder of the problem has been to halt the dissipation of the caught and collected EM energy in that load to power it, without using half the caught energy to destroy the source dipole's.

In other words, nature then gladly gives us as much EM energy flow as we need, indefinitely,  just for paying a tiny little bit initially to "make the little dipole." After that, we never have to pay anything again, and nature will happily keep on pouring out that 3-flow of EM energy for us. This is the giant negentropy mechanism scientists have uncovered, performed in the simplest way imaginable, make an ordinary little dipole.

Imagine, that if every heavenly body like the sun, the planets, the galaxies, are all kinds of mega di-poles. And we can harness the immense electromagnetic energy gushing out of each one of these, in even small quantities, we could provide the power for all of our Earthly needs many times over, and get rid of the energy crisis that looms eerily over the world. This would also lead to the collapse of individual centralised power grids, giving way to highly dispersed, localized  taps of free flowing energy, out of the gigantic vacuum of the Universe! Clean, non polluting, everlasting, and almost Free!
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