New Theories / Re: Do mechanical vibrations of atoms expend energy?« on: 03/06/2023 23:33:35 »
So asking a question in regards to my patent which I'm about to let expire, it was granted in Canada. Anyhoo the idea was if you recall to bury a cannon 500 feet deep, shoot the balls up to the surface into a loop on the ground, take them out and lower them in an elevator. The cons of the system are converting hydrogen fuel, elevator's currently are 60 70% efficient, the pros are for the enviroment. 50% of the energy of an explosion iss converted into blast energy which is further divided into seismic, sound, and weight displacement. None of that hurts the atmosphere. The other 50% is heat that mostle stays deep in the ground. Some hotshot mentioned that the heat would eventually make its way to the surface and into the atmosphere.What is the point of your 'patent'?
So my question is how well known is it that vibrations of the atom is what causes heat? Is it just an effect of heat passing through a substance? Wouldn't some of the energy from the canon to the surface be lost, if not all of it, through mechanical vibrations of the atoms?