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January 31, 2006

Free Energy : 2

So I was thinking about the article I blogged about earlier and something is just sticking in my head.

By cementing a copper disc on top of a cylinder magnet, and rotating the magnet and disc together, Faraday created an electrical potential. After pondering this phenomenon for many years, he concluded that when a magnet is rotated, its magnetic field remains stationary. Thus, he reasoned, the metal of the magnet moves through its own field, and the relative motion is translated into electrical potential.

So I think it's generally accepted that the Earth is polarized, does this imply that the Earth is a magnet? If so then as the Earth rotates it's magnetic field is stationary and free energy is constantly being drawn from space at a planetary level. If that is the case then how is it we can't tap the energy that is freely available from the Earth's rotation? Hmm, I think something just broke.

Posted by Guy at January 31, 2006 8:32 PM