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  1. We are living in a toxic environment for no reason. That is simply the bottom line. There are so many other forms of energy that are available to us , we cannot fathom how easy it would be to source out these forms and implement them. "Hydroelectric Energy The potential energy stored in the water held in dams by is made to drive a water turbine and generator which in turn produces electric power. This form of energy generation is called hydroelectric power. Out of all the alternative energy sources, this one has been most commonly adopted in the current time. Advantages of hydroelectric power generation – The source of hydroelectric power generation i.e., water is free of cost. – Dams can provide virtually continuous electricity generation. – The water used for power generation can be put to use again. – There is no chemical process involved in the power production process, therefore, the power generated is clean and does not harm the environment. Solar Energy This is the energy which the earth receives from the Sun. This is one of the most promising alternative energy sources, which will be available to the mankind for centuries to come. The only challenge remains to tap the solar energy in the most efficient way. The solar power generation is done by using a series of photovoltaic cells where the solar rays are converted into electricity. Apart from electricity production solar energy is also being used for heating water, cooking food etc. Advantages of solar energy – The source of energy is absolutely ‘free’. – Solar power which is generated in the day time can be stored to be made available in the night time as well. – Solar power generators can be used to generate power in rural and remote areas where there is no reach of the conventional form of energy. – Solar power generation is quite and absolutely clean. – Solar energy is a renewable form of energy will not deplete until thousands of years. Wind Energy The power of the wind is harnessed to propel the blades of wind turbine attached to an electric generator to generate wind energy. Wind energy is an effective alternative source of energy in areas where the velocity of wind flow is high. Advantages of wind energy – Wind energy is a clean form of energy. – The source of power generation i.e., wind is free of cost. – Wind energy is a renewable source of energy. Biomass Energy This is the energy developed from the wastes of various human and animal activities like the by-products and wastes from timber industry, agricultural yields, municipal solid waste etc. Out of the many alternative sources of energy this is the one which takes into account the utilization of waste material to develop energy thereby disposing them off in a profitable and effective way. Advantages of biomass energy – It is an environmental friendly way of energy production in which biological mass is recycled and re-used. – The biomass will keep generating and decomposing as part of the natural biological cycle. Therefore, biomass energy is considered as a renewable source of energy." However in all honesty the strongest and closest source is really the Earths' resonance field which can be amplified using coils such I have( am) developed..here are few others who are on the same page... "As we all know, the RF emitted from lightning is broadband and very powerful but this RF energy resonates the earth’s cavity because it acts like a giant resonator (with the magnetic field being used to bias the direction of the RF propagation). What I am looking to find out now is exactly how much power is actually circulating in the cavity (not including microwave and radio transmissions). Does anyone here have any idea about the energy content of the Schumann cavity? Here’s one more thing for those interested in the subject. The link below explains how one would go about tapping into this resonant energy. As we have already discussed before, the big problem is making an antenna large enough to resonate with it. But we can use a special, active antenna to tap into the energy. This guy, Bill Beady made an incredibly interesting article about this here: http://amasci.com/tesla/tesceive.html Reference https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/earth-resonance-power-generator.50677/ " Finding ways out of this mess... https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/earth-resonance-power-generator.50677/ http://alternativeenergysourcesv.com/