July 11th, 2014
At this point in our history it might be nearly blasphemous to suggest, but it seems that water could provide unlimited amounts of electricity and electricity could provide unlimited amounts of water – given oxygen, hydrogen, and maybe some amount of electricity to start the process. This process would seem to allow for a perpetual motion of sorts that could keep the process in equilibrium. That is, when electricity or water is removed, the process would create more water or electricity to restore an equilibrium balance.
PS. Am I already too old for PhD. studies to this end? Because, more than likely, it probably would take resources to learn to create/master this sort of perpetual motion process – at least initially.