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Hey some Scientist that released there result said they can hold still photons.

If you put solar panels in crystals and do what they did would it make endless energy?

So the chemical's in solar panels get hit none stop. Dose the photon get absorb when it hits the chemical? If not endless power can be made.

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A very interesting concept is the idea of converting heat from human energy waste for charging electrical objects.

Human Energy Converted to Electricity
Lo’eau LaBonta
December 6, 2014

http://large.stanford.edu/courses/2014/ph240/labonta1/images/f1big.jpg

Introduction

The first law of thermodynamics simply states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed: it is the conservation of energy. [1] Thus, power generation processes and energy sources involve the conversion of energy from one form to another, rather than the creation of energy from nothing. Metabolism is one example of the first law of thermodynamics in action in the human body: the conversion of food into energy, which is then utilized by the body to perform activities. On a similar note and adaptation of the first law of thermodynamics, human body heat can be converted into useful energy.

Theory

The average human, at rest, produces around 100 watts of power. [2] Over periods of a few minutes, humans can comfortably sustain 300-400 watts; and in the case of very short bursts of energy, such as sprinting, some humans can output over 2,000 watts. [2] The bulk of this energy is required for important tasks, such as pumping your heart and flexing your muscles, but a lot of it is wasted, primarily as heat. [3] Almost all of this wasted energy could be captured and turned into electricity. Furthermore, this process could then augment or completely replace reliance on batteries.

Battery technology is accompanied by a huge limitation when it comes to modern technology. If batteries could be removed from the equation, it would suddenly be possible to have wearable computers: computers wrapped around your wrist, embedded in your shoes, or woven into your clothes. To do this, only a few watts of power from the human body would need to be captured; a negligible amount that would probably have zero effect on the body.

http://large.stanford.edu/courses/2014/ph240/labonta1/

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On 3/5/2021 at 10:43 PM, obliqueweaponsfb said:

Hey some Scientist that released there result said they can hold still photons.

If you put solar panels in crystals and do what they did would it make endless energy?

So the chemical's in solar panels get hit non-stop. Does the photon get absorb when it hits the chemical? If not endless power can be made.

Seems you are overlooking the Laws of Thermodynamics.

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The laws of thermodynamics define a group of physical quantities, such as temperature, energy, and entropy, that characterize thermodynamic systems in thermodynamic equilibrium. The laws also use various parameters for thermodynamic processes, such as thermodynamic work and heat, and establish relationships between them. They state empirical facts that form a basis of precluding the possibility of certain phenomena, such as perpetual motion. In addition to their use in thermodynamics, they are important fundamental laws of physics in general, and are applicable in other natural sciences.

Carnot heat engine 2.svg The classical Carnot heat engine

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laws_of_thermodynamics

 

p.s. what happens when the sun burns up? No more photons......😒.  Does the sun have perpetual power?

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