In the last century or two, however, civilization has become dependent on limited fossil fuels such as oil, coal, and natural gas to generate electricity. As these resources slowly run out (in turn driving up the price), humanity once again is turning back to natural energies for cheap or free power. This time, however, our technology is more advanced, and we can turn natural energy into cheap or free electricity. We are also able to tap, for the first time, natural forces that our ancestors couldn’t even imagine, much less harness, to generate free electricity.
Free power can been a dream of humanity since the dawn of civilization. Unfortunately, many people consider it to be an impossible dream. This is simply not true. Long before electrical generators and internal combustion engines, humanity harnessed free, abundant natural energy to power their machines. During the Renaissance, sailors crossed oceans and explored new continents in ships powered by nothing but the wind. Windmills go back to the Middle Ages, and waterwheels date back to the Roman Empire.
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Magnetic Power Generators
Most of us are familiar with the renewable free power technologies of solar cells, wind turbines, hydroelectric generators, and geothermal heat pumps. We can add to that list a new type of free power from natural forces: the magnetic power generator. These generators have many benefits:
- Provides a steady, constant flow of free electricity
- Environmentally safe – no gas or chemical emissions
- Operates in extreme cold and extreme heat, indoors and outdoors
- Small and inexpensive to build with materials easily found anywhere
- Requires little maintenance
How Does It Work?
At its core level, a magnetic generator creates electricity the same way any electrical turbine does. An iron rotor, wrapped in copper wire, spinning in a magnetic field, generated a steady, constant flow of electrons. The difference is that instead of using fossil fuel energy to turn the rotor, this generator uses magnets.
If you were paying attention in high school science class, then you may remember that some magnets have a polarity (either north or south). Magnets of the same polarity will attract each other, but magnets of opposite polarity will repel each other. If you try to push them together, it takes a great effort to do it (assuming you can do it all).
In a magnetic power generator, the magnetic field the rotor spins in comprised of magnets of opposite polarity. The push-and-pull of the opposite magnets keeps the rotor turning, generating free electricity that is stored in batteries.
Air drag and friction will eventually slow down the spinning rotor, but once its rotational speed drops below a certain point, an electric motor kicks in to get the rotor’s speed back up. This electric motor, of course, runs off of the free electricity generated earlier and stored in the battery. In other words, a magnetic generator powers itself. Better yet, it generates five times as much free power as it uses.
There are websites where you can purchase your own magnetic power generator, but they are still rather expensive. On the other hand, they are relatively easy to build if you have the right tools and trade skills. Several websites on the internet sells plans and blueprints on how to build your own magnetic power generator. With a small financial investment and a few weeks of work in your garage, and you can build a machine that will provide you with free electricity to power your home.