How does a energy generator work? – Gibbs Free Energy

For us the answer is really simple. Energy can be generated by the process of converting either “inert” materials – metals like iron, copper, aluminum, etc., which are not required by today’s society for any real use of energy– into the “fuel” which in turn can be stored in a device or “battery” for an amount of time sufficient to be used. The “fuel” can then be recharged back to the “inert” material and the process is repeated.

To illustrate, we shall assume that we have an iron cylinder (3 feet long) of the desired material. We can make an “inert” material and then heat to some desired degree to transform it into a “fuel”, for use in energy devices. Then, we can use some of the remaining heat to power the device with this “fuel”. The device, in the form of an “anode”, will charge, and the device, in the form of a ” cathode”, will discharge the “fuel”. So, the device is really something like an electric battery which, if used in the right way, will last us many times longer than one used today!

The “anode” and “cathode” of the electric battery are usually made of some material very similar to the “inert” metals, but they may be modified in order to be used in one-pot electric motors. There is a well known and simple technique in this regard and the following process is simply called “thermal induction”.

This process “turns heat into power” by heating the material as much as needed, and then turning the hot material into either an “anode” or “cathode” depending on whether the material is a “fuel”, such as metals (iron, copper, aluminum, etc., of this, and this, we assume), or a “inert” material. Then (and we will assume here) the heat from the thermostat in the electric generator is applied to the inside of the cell, the “anode” and the “cathode” are energized, both with electricity and with the heat. A current flows through the “insulation” of the cell and when this has been completed, electricity is passed over the “anode” to the “cathode” and the current flows through the “cathode”. The current passes up and down through the “cathode” and up and down the “cathode”. This

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