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I know a thermoelectric generator use the contrast between two temperatures to create electricity perhaps by spinning something between the two sources but can energy be made in any greater amount by colliding together things that are very hot and very cold? Maybe the greater the temperature varience the greater the energy released from the collision in exponential increases?

Thanks for your Question James!
(We have the same name)

I think if one uses a Vortex Generator in reverse regarding temperatures, one can get a
decent energy differential. It will amplify and focus the energy potentials.
Just a thought for starting your research.


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