Energy Conversion Conundrum

I  Started this blog to help get the word out about Energy Conversion. It has always bothered me that they teach us that “You Can’t Get more energy Out than You Put in” . Well Alpha_StirlingMy response  to that is “Then Ex-plane the Sun, Nuclear Weapons, and Refrigerator Magnets”.   They can’t  using the laws they have created. Its really a Lot easier than they make it sound. The Secret is Quite Simple 90 ° (90 degrees), take for instance the Stirling Engine the one here has the pistons at a 90° angle. It takes a heat Source and a Cold Source and turns it into mechanical energy to run Quite a few things, in the early 1800’s an engine built by Stirling was employed pumping water in a Quarry. That was almost 200 years ago. Now we have solar Stirling engine’s that are 80% more efficient than Solar panels

 

 

8 thoughts on “Energy Conversion Conundrum”

  1. This is too simple. Can it really be that easy? Even I can understand that! Wow, we need these everywhere! So how would one go about building one? Do you have any plans so we can build our own? You are a genius! Thanks for starting this site and posting this!

    1. Yes it is that easy, there is so much info I need to post I cant see Straight. All my research is to be posted soon. 15+ years worth.Most of the info is more than 100 years old from the Great ones that came before US.

        1. They are not on the market yet. I would love to start making them but i need access to a Machine Shop in my area. I am also getting the plans drawn up so that we all can have them built locally. hopefully in early 2014 i should have the plans here on the site.
          Murdoc

  2. I realize that the large dish isn’t manufactured yet, but even the small one trickle feeding a battery bank could be useful. Can we purchase those?

  3. Then Ex-plane the Sun, Nuclear Weapons, and Refrigerator Magnets…

    The sun operates in fusion mode. It converts hydrogen to helium. The remainder of mass is converted into all sorts of wave spectra.

    Nuclear explosion is just a chain reaction of unstable (heavy) nuclei getting rid of excess protons (alpha radiation), electrons(beta radiation) and – this really sucks – neutrons (gamma radiation).

    Refrigerator magnets do not emit anything. They can not do any work.

    By using a sterling engine you are effectively cooling down the heater and heating up the cooler. You need some energy to subtract heat from cooler and and cold from heater… The remainder can indeed be put to useful work, but a normal steam engine has a better energy-to-work ratio. Not to mention an internal combustion engine (like the one in your car).

    Here is a good read on the matter:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Law_of_Thermodynamics
    and an even better one:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_law_of_thermodynamics

    Cheers!

    1. No offence The point I believe was missed. The point is you can get more energy out than you put in.
      In the case of nuclear weapons, it doesn’t take a kiloton of energy to create a kiloton weapon itself. In the case of the sun, the sun is a black hole with its mouth full. The matter has created a shell above the event horizon and due to its shape and thickness prevents it from being easily sucked in to the centre.The energy vibrations from the Stabilized Black Hole causes hydrogen atoms to be stript or boiled off from the other heaver elements that make up the matter Shell.
      In the case of a magnet they do emit a field and their work is static, as log as they don’t move or vibrate. As in a example of a magnet that can hold a ten pound weight and is holding 5 pounds of paper to the fridge.It will keep the paper from falling to the ground for around 300 to 400 years before it looses enough energy to drop the paper.
      The links you provided eventually point to the law of conservation of energy, in which is flawed under certain conditions.
      PS Laws were created to be bent to your Favor:^D ask any lawyer.

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