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I assume the energy you are hoping to create is due to your movement through the field ? This is a law of physics that escapes me at the minute but it had something to do with an airplane oving through the earths magnetic field and how much charge it would create its also constrained by energy conservation, basically you have to put energy in to the movement to get the electrical energy out.
How about the radiation fields ?Is it possible to use the earth's magnetic field to move around in space, or even take off from earth?The earth’s magnetic field is very weak compared to the force required to move a spaceship. It can move a magnetised needle on a low friction support, but anything heavier like a bar magnet on a desk doesn’t move. Also even a weak bar magnet will easily overpower the earth’s field and influence a compass needle
As we get further from earth the earth’s magnetic field gets weaker, but a magnet will still be able to align along the field see Notice how the magnet is stronger than the earth’s magnetic field.
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