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For our purposes, "'''free energy'''" is defined as energy that is obtained from a source that is available free of charge and is non-depleting. The devices that harness this energy, are not free; so the quest is to find those methods that are most efficient, cost effective, reliable, feasible, and safe.
For our purposes, "'''free energy'''" is defined as energy that is obtained from a source that is available free of charge and is non-depleting. The devices that harness this energy, are not free; so the quest is to find those methods that are most efficient, cost effective, reliable, feasible, and safe.

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See also: Directory:Free energy

Get free energy for your home with a Magniwork magnetic generator. Read the Magniwork Review.

For our purposes, "free energy" is defined as energy that is obtained from a source that is available free of charge and is non-depleting. The devices that harness this energy, are not free; so the quest is to find those methods that are most efficient, cost effective, reliable, feasible, and safe.

The purpose of this website is to feature those technologies the fit this pursuit.

Contents

Free Energy

Physics

  • Thermodynamic free energy, the total amount of energy in a physical system which can be converted to do work, in particular:
    • Wikipedia:Helmholtz free energy, the amount of thermodynamic energy in a system which can be converted into work at constant temperature (called work content in chemistry).
    • Wikipedia:Gibbs free energy, the amount of thermodynamic energy in a system which can be converted into work at a constant temperature and pressure.

Economics

Impact

Engineering

  • Most renewable energy sources
  • Electromagnetic free energy, a.k.a. radiant energy

In engineering, free energy means an energy source available directly from the environment and which cannot be depleted (so it is available in effectively unlimited quantity). Free energy, in a strict sense, is energy directly transceived from the environment, and utilized without any artificial aid.

Commentary

  • Perpetual Commotion - Mark Goldes says that while free energy skeptics abound, devices like the Mylow magnet motor may open a door to wider appreciation of an extremely important potential for rapidly reducing our dependency on fossil fuels and reviving the automotive industry. (ZPEnergy; March 21, 2009)
  • Free Energy Technology Could Destroy the Natural World (But It Doesn't Have To) - New energy technologies promise to provide endless, cheap energy from non-traditional sources (like cold fusion, zero-point energy, etc.), but there's one problem with this: The potential for an *increase* in the destruction of nature coupled with yet another population explosion. (Natural News; April 24, 2009)
  • Free Energy >
    World renowned physicist challenged over free energy machines - Nuclear physicist, Dr. Robert Koontz, has written an open letter challenging Dr. Michio Kaku who recently called free energy machines "impossible" in a recent interview on Coast to Coast AM, saying he needs to reconsider their feasibility based on unknown principles such as alternate dimensions. (Examiner; May 29, 2009)

Related Sites

  • Free Energy - A visual directory of free energy websites. (EnergyPlanet.info)
  • Nikola Tesla and my thoughts has Branko Jermanis thoughts about free energy: Energy of space, Tesla combustion engine, Flying machine, Magnetic linear movement, Solar energy, Wind energy ...

See also

  • "Free Energy" Sterling Quotient; Determining the SQ of a device, which takes into account its costs compared to its efficiency in tapping an inexhaustible energy source.
  • Directory:Free energy
  • Free energy suppression, the notion that corporate energy interests suppress technologies that are claimed to provide cheap energy.

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