Alright, here's a question. In the convo Sunday prior to getting underway officially, Samuel and I briefly touched on the topic of "free energy". Now this happens to be one of my passions as I mentioned, but in deference to the 3D Printing topic at hand I refrained from bring that topic up again.
But you did say "anything" fuzzy, so my question is: how informed is Samuel on the topic of free energy? It's a controversial topic to many, who look down their noses at anyone that suggests such a thing is impossible. They are simply broadcasting how indoctrinated, uninformed and blind to reality they are.
I'll give you several examples of "free energy". The definition of free energy I am using is: 1) cannot be monopolized. i.e. decentralized 2) available from natural environment 3) perpetual for a human lifespan or longer.
That's a basic, simple explanation, but here are some examples:
1) The sun
2) The heat energy derived from the sun stored in all mater (nothing on this planet is at absolute zero temperature)
3) wind, waves and gravity
5) the movement of electrons
6) the movement of astronomical bodies in space
7) radioactive materials
I'm sure there are many others. I have studied this topic off and on for nearly 15 years, but there are many people with greater scientific knowledge than I who have dedicated their entire lives to the pursuit of taping sources of energy from the environment. If you study this field you will discover much suppression of information and a deep well of amazing historical facts of individuals that were successful in taping the well of "free energy".
For those of you who have a technical bent towards electronics or even mechanics and are interested in this topic, there is a huge well of information (and yes disinformation) available on the Internet. The Internet has unleashed a firestorm of cooperative research efforts into "free energy" of all sorts, from garage tinkerers to projects with multimillion dollar teams of engineers and scientists.
Here is one source of information that got me started in practical experiments, after I was long prepped from reading about people like Nicola Tesla. Surprisingly, this guy is still publishing and updating this tome of research in a pdf document, tho I heard 2 years ago he had retired and it was no longer being updated. Happily that is not the case. Here is the link to Patrick J. Kelly's A Practical Guide to Free Energy Devices