The best Sources of Energy for the Future

Energy from the Environment

There is so much free energy in the environment. That is what gives turbulence in the environment their energy. The free energy in the air gives the wind its strength, the storms at sea their power and the ocean currents their force. This free energy has almost always proved destructive except that it moves air about diluting it, and drifts for vessels at sea or seaweed out of the sea and cleans the ocean. But we use could much of this energy to our good for our own energy needs. We just need to examine the nature of this energy and see how we could use this energy. We may as well reduce its destructiveness and our dependence on fossil fuel for energy. And instead of adding more free energy by using up other energy sources we would be reducing the free energy in the environment.

The entire environment is made of matter and the unique nature of matter makes it easier to use this energy. All matter is made of atoms, molecules and ions. The interactions between the nucleus and the electron cloud around them could be a source of this energy. Nuclei have neutrons and protons glued together by nuclear forces to form a ball structure mass of positive charge and about them are negatively charged clouds of electrons. Particles in matter possess translational, vibrational, and rotational energy. There is also interaction energy between these molecules.

Consider a mass of molecules. This could be air molecules in the atmosphere, water molecules in water bodies-seas, rivers, oceans waterfalls – or solid or semi-solid particles in hot rocks as in molten magma or lava deep down under mountains. Suppose we could set up an electromagnetic field with field lines that penetrate and interact with matter such that charged particles oscillating in them lose their energy to the field or contribute to some other field whose energy could be used up as that of electric and magnetic fields, then we could use the free energy in the environment. The interactions of the nucleus and the electron cloud will lose their energy to this field. The effect will be different or opposite that in electric and magnetic fields in which charged particles gain translational energy.

The energy from the field may be used to generate electrical energy for other purposes. This could be a huge source of energy since we have a renewable supply of atmospheric air. Even in homes and factories huge supplies of energy could be produced for their energy needs. Domestically, producing energy indoors may cool the air in the house below comfortable levels and so we may send the liquefied or cooled air out by tight pipes while the decrease in air pressure indoors will replace the air in the house.

Matter may thus be made to lose all its thermal energy to this field if perfectly developed. We may thus be able to freeze objects to near absolute zero temperatures. This technology could then be used in refrigerators, deep freezers air conditioners to lower temperatures as appropriate.

The method could be developed to give thermal energy to matter particles so that it is used in domestic heating as cooking, baking, heating up a pressing iron, or warming the air in air conditioning.