Compiled by Zach Royer
Updated June 20, 2012 - See End of Article
It is safe to say that there isn’t and will never be an energy crisis, under the premise of new or free energy. Energy is all around us. Energy is free for the taking. How you get free infinite energy is so simple.
Our Sun emits electromagnetic energy and that energy showers down on us throughout the whole 24 hours, and if a energy receiving device (an antenna) can easily be built to harness and use this power it will not require devices for storing energy as would be necessary with devices using wind, tide or sunlight.
In one hour, or 3600 seconds, our Sun produces 1.4 x 10^31 Joules of energy or 3.8 x 10^23 kilowatt-hours. It’s been doing this for about 4.5 billion years and will continue to do this every second, of every minute, of every hour, of every day, of every year – for another 4.5 billion years.
That means free energy will be available to mankind for another 4.5 billion years.
Today, in 2012, we can remove every gasoline combustion engine and replace it with a zero emission electric motor. At the same time we can remove the gas tank, the fuel lines, the exhaust system, the water pump, radiator, and all emission control devices because an electric motor car doesn’t need them. We didn’t need them 81 years ago and we don’t need them now.
Nikola Tesla proved in 1931 that it is possible to power our vehicles without a drop of fossil fuel. He removed the gasoline engine of a Pierce Arrow and replaced it with an electric motor and drove for hours, at speeds as high as 90 mph. Today, 81 years later, it is still possible to convert any gasoline engine vehicle into an all-electric vehicle and it will operate for hours – without having to stop and recharge. Not a drop of oil, gasoline, hydrogen fuel, natural gas or water. No combustion engine. No exhaust system. No pollution.
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