Save money and save the planet – two phrases that can get anyone interested. The cheapest electricity is homemade electricity – why buy it when you can make it? You can certainly create your own strength. There are several different supplies to consider. Most of us know of the three natural different energy supplies and we will have a look at those. But did you know there was a fourth resource?
This fourth resource is based on the law of physics and in addition you probably know very little about it. It seems that this ‘other’ different energy source is hidden in secrecy and has some dark shroud of conspiracy written all over it. Yes, it sounds ultra-emotional but the videos of new footage I have watched certainly perk the interest, True or not, it makes fascinating reading. But more about this a little later.
different energy certainly is an option and, I think something of a responsibility for us all to at the very least, consider. It’s a win-win – Save cash and do your deed for mankind in helping to save the planet. However, the choices open to us regarding what replaceable energy source to use is slightly limited. It also requires a bit of research.
The first choice of different energy is the one that is usually the first thing we think of when we’re considering using replaceable energy. Solar energy certainly is not a bad choice when we consider it’s about the most obtainable strength that we have. But be careful here – the single biggest cost is not the panels themselves but the batteries. The batteries need to be replaced every few years and can be costly. You need to do your homework if you’re planning to go this route. Do some cost projections and look at the overall cost effectiveness of the project. Certainly, if you do it right, solar energy is a substantial choice.
Your second choice is wind strength – this is a great different except you need to make sure that you do in fact get some wind where you live. There’s no point, and it does feel a little silly, sitting on the porch and watching the blades of the wind turbine stay static or move fractionally with the faint breath of air. truly, if I’m honest, I have been there. I was almost willing the blades of the windmill to blow. Alas, huffing and puffing does not cut it. The sigh of breeze that whispered by the leaves on those many boring afternoons of watching the wind turbine did not offer the drop of strength to light up the bedside lamp! If you live in an area that gets sufficient wind then take a look at this
The third choice is hydro-strength – Forgive my smile but truly,unless you have a raging river on the character and some serious money to throw at the setup costs, that ain’t gonna happen, as they say. It’s all a little frustrating, really. You want to save money and you want to save the ecosystem but….Well, let’s just say that there are many variables to consider and the natural inclination for all of us is to think about how easy it is to revert and put that grid strength back on. I understand. But think of any different energy as supplemental. The grander extent schemes and 100% grid free lifestyle may come later. Just get started.
There is one other option – a fourth option which I alluded to earlier. It is really an exciting one in fact. It is, consequently far, the cheapest form of electricity you can get. The costs of setup are minimal – (no more than a associate of family eat outs at a modest restaurant) and this is a method that will save you a large amount of money – totally capable of powering your household from 30-100% depending on how you set it up. It is a strength source different to the three mentioned but equally natural. This is the cheapest electricity you will find! This uses natural physics and makes use of magnetic perpetual motion as its source of energy.
For the longest time the ‘experts’ have argued that this course of action does not work. However, the proof is now starting to surface – but nevertheless the naysayers argue the validity of the project that uses magnetic propulsion to create strength. It seems that no matter how hard inventors try and prove this method, their critics hiss with a mystifying and venomous response. Perhaps a little too venomous!.
In the words of Hamlet- “The lady (in this case – the critics) doth protest too much, methinks.”