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Wasn't there a Final Fantasy movie or a anime about harvesting a planets power and then the planet stopped rotating and everyone died?

I think its good to be aware that there are alot of electromagnetic bombardment that happens consistently though and around us everyday. Understanding the nature and effects of these should be researched and if there is ability to receive a benefit from an otherwise unwelcomed force, I wouldn't think it to be that awful. Unless we all die then no one would be left to care or complain biggrin.gif

Rotation won't stop happening though. What will happen is that the molten iron core will solidify and stop rotating, and won't be able to create the magnetic field.
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So what you're saying is... I can harvest the Fox News broadcast and put the energy of it to good use!

You mean harvest FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, and put the energy to better use. thumb.gif
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Wasn't there a Final Fantasy movie or a anime about harvesting a planets power and then the planet stopped rotating and everyone died?

I think its good to be aware that there are alot of electromagnetic bombardment that happens consistently though and around us everyday. Understanding the nature and effects of these should be researched and if there is ability to receive a benefit from an otherwise unwelcomed force, I wouldn't think it to be that awful. Unless we all die then no one would be left to care or complain biggrin.gif

That sounds like a good thing to me...ninja.gif
     
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You mean harvest FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, and put the energy to better use. thumb.gif

Too bad they don't transmit their signals over the air, it's only cable or satellite tongue.gif Can probably harvest satellite signals though.
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Yea this will never be more than a science project. U3b3rg33k had it right. The power companies don't want this info to get mainstream cuz if everybody placed a collector near the high voltage lines they'd have to pump against all that resistance. So yes there is a free lunch but only if you're willing to steal it.

Still, the title kinda reminded me of Starcraft.
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You mean harvest FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, and put the energy to better use. thumb.gif

Too bad they don't transmit their signals over the air, it's only cable or satellite tongue.gif Can probably harvest satellite signals though.

huh? those are The OTA TV channels
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huh? those are The OTA TV channels

doh.gif was thinking of the premium cable channels.

Those letters turned into Fox News, CNN, etc for me.
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I agree that tapping into the Earth's core for energy is not wise, but the amounts of energy we can use with our current activities that could be fueled by doing so are not that great.
I mean, "cooling down the core" of our planet with Geothermal Plants of a few GWatts globally is nothing, when you take into account the amount of energy introduced into the Earth's equilibrium by the Sun each day. It is not a closed system, it never was, it will never be - never i.e. for what matters for humanity's history, not geological time.

I don't see how taking out those GWatts out of Geothermal is devastating, while pumping the same amount of GWatts of heat in our atmosphere through nuclear power is any different. The philosophy and the ease we do so, is though.

Taking into account geothermal energy, is a cumbersome and expensive process that demands sorting out proper design decisions before implementing it.
For example a building utilizing geothermal wells to condition itself probably has much superior envelope that responds to its environment than the average mechanically conditioned glass tower.

Nothing we know off has the energy intensity and convenience of fossil fuels, or the amazing output of nuclear.
Yet the latter costs $ billions to build and operate properly, something that greed often undermines. Thorium or not, nuclear power is something that few can assume responsibility of.

And this is the only positive I see coming out of the "man made" global warming craze: when the dust settles, we might start being less audacious and more aware of the "chaos theory" implications of our actions and/or our role on this speckle of dust we live one floating in the vast universe.

We still talk like prophets with the god-given silver bullets:
"We will reverse climate change with "green energy"
"Nuclear is the answer'
"Prius is the answer"
"Trains"
"Planes"
"EM Harvesters"
"Harvest the Soul of the Earth - saw it in that Final Fantasy thingie"

All of the above assume that will be the silver-bullets that will help us remain unchanged, keep business as usual.
Just like religions promise that death is not death, and we will come back or "go somewhere better", cause everything is about us doing so...right

Relax there "Jesus"...some things are bigger than you, and somethings just change without you in mind (i.e. everything outside your social constructs).
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Wrong nothing. Better check your facts son. Telsa pulled so much electricity out of one of the earth layers he backfed and destroyed a local power generating plant. It was documented.
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...Gwatts...

But we need Terawatts.
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I live near Emley Moor TV mast in the UK where they used to transmit 5 TV channels at 870 KW each.....

And I still couldn't get a decent signal..... never mind charge an AA battery.

dunx

Dollars to doughnuts that's EIRP, not actual power. with a proper antenna, 26W EIRP can be only 400mW of amplifier output. Applying the same logic, that "870kW" station may only be 10kW of transmitted power - no sense in radiating signal straight up, or straight down, or for that matter, any way but straight out and ever so slightly down.
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Yes , not free energy, but I've heard about him using massive coils to trap energy from the earth's magnetic field and using this as a power source. Who knows though, there are so many stories and conspiracy theories with Tesla- it would take ages to sift through all the bulls--- to find some reliable sources.

A magnetic field does not energy make. you have to do something (like turn a coil in said magnetic field). Otherwise you could just capture infinite energy from a permanent magnet, and, well, you can't.
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The coils would have to be extremely large for a relatively small amount of power. Earth's magnetic field, though large, is extremely weak at the surface of the Earth.
Look at Mars. Once the magnetic field disappears, solar winds would blow away most of our atmosphere. We would become a desert-like planet, like Mars.

Actually, this is bound to happen sooner or later, once our core solidifies. Tapping into the magnetic field would accelerate the process.

Again, Nope.

But maybe we should stop all those volcanoes from cooling it off, and that whole deep geothermal energy thing... uhm, guys?
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Pretty much all of that.

Lol derp.
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Too bad they don't transmit their signals over the air, it's only cable or satellite tongue.gif Can probably harvest satellite signals though.

Nanowatts! wohoo! But yes, you can. It is possible to build a crystal radio, that is powered by RF. I had a zenith kit as a child that did this. battery-less radio. only worked with an earpiece though, no way it could run a speaker.
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Wrong nothing. Better check your facts son. Telsa pulled so much electricity out of one of the earth layers he backfed and destroyed a local power generating plant. It was documented.

And I suppose you think this photo wasn't "shopped" ?
tesla-colorado-lab-museum.jpg
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