What is free energy device?

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The word “free energy” does not appear anywhere in the English language.

However according to science, it is the absence of a mechanical energy force.

The word “free” implies the absence of a physical force. However, in this case, it is not the absence of physical force, but rather the absence of a mechanical force.

Thus the word “free” is actually used in a misleading manner.

But the definition of electromagnetic force is different from the definition of free energy.

The definition of electromagnetic force is a definition of electromagnetic energy.

For example we find in physics one of the most common laws of physics, which is the so-called “Hertz-Witten law”.

“The speed of light is 186,282 km/s.” (Wikipedia)

“The rate of change of the speed of light is 0.2 km/s per year.”

By using these terms, the Hertz-Hertz law is defined as

“As the speed of light changes to 186,282 m/s.”

Therefore, we have the definition of electricity as electromagnetic force that can have no mechanical interaction.

Why did the word “free” in this context get used?

For the first 30 years the British had the advantage of understanding the English language in such a way that they made use of this word without any difficulties. Thus they used “free” in this context to describe electromagnetic energy.

Thus for the same reason, during the time of the English language, when English-educated persons wrote the English language in order to communicate in the time of the European language, they did not bother to add “free” after the word electromagnetic. Their translations of the English language were done not in English and not in Latin, but in Greek and in Hebrew.

However today, after the European language becomes globalized, there will be an need to add the word “free” after the word electromagnetic. This is also a reason why the word “free energy” will have to be added into the dictionary.

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