Use Pressure/Gravity to Generate Heat

We all know that if you go down into a mine, the temperature goes up; we assume that the temperature rises because we are getting closer to the “molten” core or the Earth.

What if that assumption was wrong? A friend of mine had his incoming city water pipes buried 6 feet down in his front yard; what this did for him was to have his incoming water at a stabilized temperature of 55 degrees Fahrenheit all year long. It did not matter whether the temperature outside was below freezing or a scorching 90 degrees; taking that hot bath or making ice cubes got a lot cheaper.

Readers of this Blog already know that the Earth is hollow with it’s own Inner Sun already.

Alright. If pressure is somehow responsible for producing heat in the Earth, can we use this technological principle to produce heat that we can use? We already are, take my example above; somehow, water has an intrinsic capability of using the pressure of 6 six down to maintain a constant temperature. I know, it is the insulation property of the Earth, stupid. But wait, insulation keeps the temperature stable; it does not add to or subtract heat energy.

Then, there is the pressure cooker; we have been using pressurized air to cook things and sterilize things faster and better for a long time. Every can of vegetables you open has been pressure cooked. My point here is that we already know that pressure has energetic properties and are using them. “Live” or pressurized steam was one of our earliest industrial engines and is still used today.

So…My process is to ask if we can do something better or if something is possible. Spirit gives me a yes or a no and, if I get a Yes, I am invited to keep asking. Today, I responded to an image of a house with 4 feet of snow on its roof and asked if there was a way to use the weight of the snow to generate heat that could be used to melt it. I got a big YES.

This became a realization that anything that has significant weight can be used to generate heat; even the slab foundation of our houses and apartment/office buildings. OK. What is the mechanism for tapping into this pressure heat? Simple, an alloy.

I have been lead to several different alloys that have different properties on this web site. There is the alloy that gets cold when you put DC current into it and the alloy that gets heavier (or lighter) when you put DC current into it and the alloy that is a room temperature superconductor. Now, there is an alloy that generates heat from pressure; just imagine, free heat from something heavy. Maybe we can generate free heat from our shoes?

Hey, if I can produce an alloy that gets heavier or lighter, I am already messing with gravity. I am now taking it one step further and using it to produce Heat (and, see the page on Electricity).

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