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We are going to test the feasability of getting electricity from the atmosphere. We will use several kinds of antennas to put electricity to work. Just a simple dipole and unipolar antennas.. This is  intended this to be just a prototype for a much larger unit you would like to build. The antennas are meant for indoor use so that wet weather will not be a factor in preventing the experments in being completed.  Ages 10 and up.

Objective(s):

To teach that radio wavet can be captured create electricity.

To teach a basis alternating and direct current.

To educate that we can use natures own power instead of fossil fuel.

To compare student hypotheses with the actual results of the experiment

Step 1: Hypothesis

There is enough energy in the atmosphere to capture and put to work.
<p>I'm sorry.. I fail to see the use of this..</p>
<p>Funny, people tell me the opposite. One of these days we will be able to generate electricity from antennas. This is an extension of Volta's ideas.</p>
If people are telling you the opposite, they are surely not posting it here.. I am the only one to speak out on this..
It is more of a matter of the limitations of entropy than dreams...

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