In reality, energy can be transformed from one form like heat to another form like electric current. The confusion among armchair energy theorists is when the source of the input energy is unidentified or unmeasured by conventional means.
However, once we break down the concept into "identified paid-for" energy and "unpaid for "free source" energy we begin to realize that over-unity does not magically produce free energy. Many sources of energy can be considered "unpaid for" energy that can be used to generate electricity (almost magically).
An example is Iceland's geothermal energy that, once tapped into is so vast that, in theory, it could provide all the electrical energy requirements of Europe.
The heat energy from geothermal sources is "free" but accessing it is not free.
The same concept applies to electrolysis of water that generates HHO or hydroxy gas. If you use the sun's rays to produce electricity to separate hydrogen gas from water, the resulting water fuel gas is "unpaid for" free energy.
So, please, no rants about the impossibility of tapping into free energy.
Let the fun begin as we explore sources of free electrical energy.
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