May 8th, 2011
As we all know, electricity is all around us in one form or another. Many may not be aware, however, that the electricity around us could likely be collected, harnessed, and utilized for our needs. While many sources may provide electrical energy to the human race, one naturally occurring source of free electricity, in particular, appears as feasibly promising for unfettered use. This preferred and naturally occurring source of electricity creates no pollution, appears as limitless [according to the laws of physics], and would likely require no significant capital investment to harness enough electricity to power a typical home. Currently, there is no way to assess the true quantitative or qualitative level of any volt-amp potential power that might be offered from this source of electricity. Consequently, it appears that no one really knows the amount of electricity that can be extracted from this source either. The irony with this matter is that this promising source for free electricity appears to be garnishing minimal attention from the scientific and commercial communities – if receiving any attention at all. But, nevertheless, this source of free electricity is available to all and it appears as though the generated electricity from this source could be easily gathered as well because this free electricity surrounds us everywhere in our daily lives.
Adam Trotter, P.E. / AVT