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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJ123 View Post
    well that's the point, no one is going to place a freggin free energy device in your lap. Build it yourself.
    I don't want one. I just want to read about how it works.

    EDIT:: Never mind. I had a different interpretation of free energy.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    I don't want one. I just want to read about how it works.
    well the video link I posted shows a very simple setup. It's just a fresnel lens on a stirling engine/steam engine.

    I personally think solar power is useful, but should not be relied upon, that's why I'm looking for different more reliable methods of getting free energy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    I don't want one. I just want to read about how it works.

    EDIT:: Never mind. I had a different interpretation of free energy.
    I know what you were thinking, and what you were thinking is along the lines of what I am thinking to accomplish, this solar crap is not good enough to be the only source of energy we use.

    But solar does count as free energy because WE don't put any energy into the device, and the device gives power.



    This one might be closer to your vision of what a free energy device would stereotypically look like.

    YouTube - "crazy engine" stirling Low Temperature Difference Engine

    it's not free by the way, but if you boil some water with solar then it would be free.

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    I am with INTJ123, Tesla could be an INTJ. Tesla is obvious an introvert,
    because he doesn't seem like an extroverted perciever. I would type tesla as an INTX. And then there's the whole myth about entp good at inventing things.....(I am only good at inventing new ways to build my lego blocks)
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Entp learns from a large variety of experiences and from many different sources. Then they use these experiences to expand their picture of reality.

    Wheareas, intj are good at specialization and knowing extensively about one subject (I am not an intj so I am just guessing) and ruthlessly apply those principles to the real world. The difference between one is one focus on learning from many different sources, while the other foucus ion learning one thing and develop a specialized skill on it.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud View Post
    And then there's the whole myth about entp good at inventing things.....(I am only good at inventing new ways to build my lego blocks)
    why is it a myth? because it doesn't personally apply to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJ123 View Post
    WE don't put any energy into the device, and the device gives power.
    Yes, and oil is the greatest free trip the world has ever seen.

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    Default Nikolai Tesla

    Anyone a fan of this guy?

    Reading up about him gives me the chills.

    So much intrigue.

    What do you think about getting the brain to a state where the mind can go manic with ideas and insights as his did halfway through his life?

    The guy is amazing.

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    Yes, I wish I could wrap my head around the stuff he did. Or even just be a fly on the wall...as long as I didnt get fried to a crisp with the stuff he did.
    Im out, its been fun

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    He was truly an under appreciated genius.

    I always wanted to read his autobiography to learn how his mind works.


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