Has science ever touched on the possibility of using the vacuum of space for electricity? Answered
I have no real knowledge of anything practical or important so forgive me if I sound ignorant . I guess I kind of am. To me it seems like it would be possible to use the constant vacuum of space to create electricity. Like perhaps some type of reverse piston pulling against elastic resistance inside a sealed container therefore creating sound waves which could be harnessed like in a wind belt generator.
This cracked out idea occurred to me after seeing the wind belt generators made from hard drive voice coils on here. Until that I didn't even know there was such a thing as a wind belt generator. Again, I'm sorry if this question offends any of the real Einsteins on here who can see why something like that would so obviously NOT work.