free electricity possible?

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  1. elct Registered Member

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  3. arauca Banned Banned

    Yes if you bypass the meter and don't get caught.
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  5. MacGyver1968 Fixin' Shit that Ain't Broke Valued Senior Member

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  7. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

    That's more of a statement of Relatively free electricity, at the end of the day someone somewhere still has to pay, in this particular case it would likely be a shared cost through all paying customers. (In fact I wouldn't be surprised if electricity companies love illegal spongers since they can bump the price up to cover the losses)
  8. seagypsy Banned Banned

    Electricity has always been free. Just most people who get it for free only get it once, then never have any further use for it. And getting that one time freebie isn't easy or convenient. In the dark ages one could just piss off their creator and he would issue a free dosage of it but either he is no longer/or never was there, is on prozac, is a success of anger management classes, or has become very stingy.
  9. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

    Welcome to you both and oh please keep posting here I like you already.
  10. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

    Anything else you want to say?

    I guess since you posted under science & technology you want to know about electricity generation maybe?

    We could talk about solar cells. They're not exactly free. But once you've invested in them, it's a free ride.
  11. billvon Valued Senior Member

    Sure, free electricity is possible. I get all my power for free from a solar power system. If you live near a stream you can install a microhydro plant, and wind is free.

    Of course, you need to spend the money to install the generation equipment.
  12. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

    Of course it's possible. If by free you mean you don't pay for it.
  13. kwhilborn Banned Banned

    If you have a Kite and a key that might help find some free electricity.
  14. Emil Valued Senior Member

  15. harrismargaret9 Registered Member

    Exactly same came when I read the title of the post.. lol
  16. TAMallick Registered Member

    Nothing is free in this world, I think free means false.
  17. Aman shah Registered Senior Member

    New generated energy.:No,never.

    But,Free to pocket?,YES,obviously!
    except for the initial device investment and maintainace costs.

    I mean that gravity powered engines installed at home are possible in very near future.Tidal energy and Solar energy are already free energies that is possible,but not efficient enough.
    I am inventing real Non-Perpetual Gravity engine.

    For more info on the reality of Non-Perpetual Gravity Free energy,please see my blog on

    (has presently 3 articles)

    The topic discussed in this thread do not aggressive discussion.
    Solar energy,wind energy,tidal gravitational energy are all real.A real Non-Perpetual gravity engine is also possible,but all these are not at all efficient enough to serve our needs in less initial cost and less occupying space of the devices needed as of now

    The biggest Question is "Can free energy become more efficient?".
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2012
  18. R1D2 many leagues under the sea. Valued Senior Member

    Know someone who took a windmill a cheap an junk thing. Fixed it. An attached it to a junk yard alternator an attached that to some car batteries. An then hooked it up like a generator.

    Its still going good.
  19. youreyes amorphous ocean Valued Senior Member

  20. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member


    The biggest Question is "Will Aman continure his education to the point that he realizes his ideas in not possible?".
  21. Buddha12 Valued Senior Member

    Ever wonder how over 300 years ago people lived without energy other than a water wheel or a fire kiln. Seems they got along just fine without any energy being used. There are things invented that we really do not need if we were to build buildings correctly and design cities better.
  22. Aman shah Registered Senior Member

    Oh ya origin,Thanks for making me understand that in future,there will be no technological development.Rather, people will start forgetting physics!will start loosing their brains and will go back to stone age.Why wait for future.People have already started loosing their mental ability to think.They even do not know that gravity acts continuously.In future,people will not even know that something like gravity exist.
  23. Believe Happy medium Valued Senior Member

    Since you think posting your idea in every subforum on this site will somehow make people believe you let me try your way so maybe you will believe this. So let me give you a practical, real life experiment that you can conduct that will hopefully allow you to understand why this will not work so you can stop clogging up this forum with your nonsense. Find yourself a 3 or 4 story tall slide, it can be a curly slide since you seem to think that that will make a difference somehow. Slide down said slide. You are fine right? Now, go to the top of said slide, but instead of sliding down the slide, jump off the side. You are not fine right? This is why your idea is crap. You will get the most energy out of a straight up and down fall because you are not losing energy to friction as you do with the slide. Since Issac Newton we have known that you cannot get more energy out of gravity then it takes to lift the object in the first place, end of story.
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