Closed system thermodynamics is taught as gospel by conventional academics and forms the foundation of our civilization and all current technologies. The problem is, there is no such thing as a closed system.
The closed system assumption is defined as being an isolated system, but the same definition states that energy is exchanged with the surrounding environment so it makes little sense.
Everything in the natural world operates on the principles of Open System energy exchanges and thermodynamics. We can apply these same concepts to energy producing machines whether they’re electrical, mechanical, biological or otherwise.
Open system knowledge allows a generator to receive free source potential from the environment. This can accomplish real work and that is exactly what Michael’s wind turbine example and other energy technologies accomplish. Although conventional wind powered generators are open system, they are developed based on closed system efficiency formulas. Michael’s does the opposite because it uses a completely different principle that is not handicapped by conventional beliefs of closed system efficiency limits.
Think about it, a triple bladed turbine has 97% empty space where the wind blows right through and does absolutely nothing. And, only a small percentage of the blade near the tips ever gets traction on the wind, which only lets it produce a small amount of electricity. This is because the aerodynamic efficiency of the blade is the primary focus.
With Michael’s turbine, 100% of the available wind force is used so that it takes only a small amount of wind to give us the maximum amount of electricity. That means that if a conventional turbine has a diameter of about 250 feet, Michael’s turbine can create the same electricity at a diameter of only about 50 feet. And, it works even better in the water!
By understanding open system physics, we can develop personal transport vehicles with unlimited range, create abundant energy from primary sources for little cost and other benefits that we are only starting to understand. Michael’s message goes far beyond basic wind thermodynamics into discussing breakthroughs in energy and transportation and understanding the basis of far more powerful Open System energy sources that can produce unlimited energy in any locations.
Part of the 2016 Energy Science & Technology Conference series (95 mins downloadable video).