Gravitation, Thermal Energy, Magnetic Power and Electrical Energy
Energy, in physics, is the power-beating, work-changing, or energy-emitting process. The word energy also comes from the Greek term, “eu” (meaning “motion”) and means” Motion”. In most instances, energy is used in one of three ways: to create motion, to transfer motion between objects or to stop motion. In engineering, energy is often used to describe a set of physical properties or characteristics. The three types are thermal energy, kinetic energy, and potential energy.
Thermal energy describes heat that is radiated from a body or into space. Kinetic energy describes the movement of particles within a system. Potential energy is the energy that an object would retain if it were in the state of rest, as in a stagnant pool of water. Nuclear energy involves collisions between atoms and is the energy released by a nuclear explosion. There are several forms of nuclear energy: fusion, nuclear fission, solar, horizontal axis turbines, and hydroelectric.
One of the great challenges of the natural world is that it constantly vibrates. This is why we are able to produce heat energy, light energy and sound in our world. Some of these vibrational energies come from outside of our earth, while others come from within it. Gravity is one such internal force that acts through time and space on objects. The largest known natural internal source of gravitational energy is the moon. It accounts for about 60% of the energy produced by the entire solar system.
The solar system and the other major objects in the universe exert their own gravitational energy on objects when they move. The earth exerts its own internal force on objects when it spins. The largest source of kinetic energy that emits out into space is the heat energy that is emitted by moving objects. The sun, galaxy and stars also generate their own energy through their radiation. All of these have the potential to supply as much as humans need to exist.
Most nuclear devices that we power to generate some form of nuclear energy. While nuclear energy is safe and does not produce any toxic by products, nuclear fission produces byproducts that are very radioactive. These byproducts escape into space and pose a risk to living organisms.
There have been proposals to build huge solar farms on the moon and Mars to harvest energy from gravitational energy. This would allow humans to live permanently on the surface of one of these planets. A similar plan is being developed for the construction of solar farms on the moon. One day a lunar colony may harvest enough energy from gravitational energy to totally eliminate electrical energy costs. This is a very interesting technology that will become readily available in our future if scientists can perfect the technology for manufacturing it. Please consider all this.