free energy: please "chew and digest" idea Hi, Im new to this board.. but Ive read enough about the nut-theories pertaining to "Vacuum energy", macro-quantum teleportation, and many out there ideas.. I do have an idea, that does pertain to "free energy", but before im debunked.. lets go over what my basic principles. Brownian motion: The idea that heat makes atoms/molecules move randomly around. The hotter an object is, the more "random" the internal motion the object has. Be aware, that brownian motion is bounded if the material is a solid to a defined shape. Motors: Devices that spin in 'novel' ways. If an electric motor, you can apply electricity to spin the gear, or spin the gear to provide electricty flow. My interesting idea is, instead of some unprovable free energy via cold fusion, is instead a better thermocouple. If you constructed very small motors, ratcheted them, so the gear can only go one direction, and then lead them through a combining circuit, could you not create a heat-based energy transfer system? Current thermocouples use a sort of reverse Peltier effect to derive electricty (As the Voyager 2 probe). If you keep one side cold and the other side hot, you can take a small amount of current flow. Perhaps the tech isnt advanced enough to create mini-motors. As a more large scale idea, is to have a wall of fans. Air's going to hit them somehow.. If you have them scattered over a surface, some will move, while others do not. The best thought about this is you could attach these devices to heatsinks. The heat itself would provide power back to the system, though not at 100% efficency. That (effiency) would have to be measured. Hopefully, it would approach 100%, due to deriving energy from heat. Approaching this idea and sending forth to interested minds. No nuts need posting.