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energy exists.

First you take 2 identical capacitors each consists of 2 plates 1M square,one has a

dielectric 1M square sandwiched between the 2

plates the other capcitor has an air gap between

the 2 plates.Lets say the dielectric constant

of the dielectric is 100,therefore we can agree

that if both capacitors have the same distance

between their plates it takes 1 volt applied

to the dieletric capacitor to store the same

charge as 100 volts for the nondielectric

capacitor.Now we can agree when both capacitors

have equal charge on their plates, the force

acting on the plates forcing them together, should greater for the dielectric capcitor

than the nondielectric capcitor when the plates

are the same distance apart.

The next step you seperate the plates of each

capacitor by 1M. The dielectric capacitor still

has the dielectric between the 2 plates attached to one plate.

Next you apply 1 volt to the dielectric capacitor and 100 volts to the

nondielectric capacitor.We will assume that the

charge on the plates can be neglected at a plate

distance of 1 M with the voltages applied.Next

we will maintain the applied voltages and move

the plates of each capacitor together until they

are seperated by a distance of .5 mm.Since the

nondielectric capacitor now has the same charge

as the dielectric capacitor, the work done by

the plates moving from 1M to .5 mm apart is

greater for the diectric capacitor than the

nondielectric capacitor.

The key here is that the build up of charge on

the capcacitors as the the plates are moved

together requires 1/100 the energy for the 1 volt

dielectric capacitor than 100 volt nondielectric

capacitor,yet the mechanical done by the plates

moving together is greater for the dielectric

capacitor than nondielectric capacitor. The

discharge energy of both capacitors with

stationary plates is exactly 1/2 the charge

energy of both capcitors with moving plates.

Since the energy equations of both capacitors

have to be balanced you now have a situation

for example where the charge energy of the

dielectric capacitor is 1 watt and the dicharge

energy is .5 watts and the charge energy of

the nondielectric capacitor is 100 watts and

the discharge energy is 50 watts,yet the

mechanical energy done by the moving dielectric

plate is greater than the mechanical energy

done by the moving nondielectric plate.The

energy equations don't add up.This

unaccountable energy is irrefutable proof of

free energy.

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# Undeniable proof of free energy

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