Q&A: If you had two Electric Generators and a huge Battery could you sustain indefinite power?

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If you had two Electric Generators and a huge Battery could you sustain indefinite power?

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Answer by pathowiz
NO

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2 Responses to Q&A: If you had two Electric Generators and a huge Battery could you sustain indefinite power?

  1. Jules G

    No, because no system works at 100% efficiency, there are losses, so therefore, your model would consume energy as well as generate it.

    Jules, Australia.

  2. crossstitchkelly

    Sorry, but no. The battery still leaks out energy. There have been all sorts of ways people have tried to create perpetual energy through man-made means, but none have worked yet.

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