Totally Free Energy from Sky – an addendum
Posted on November 26th, 2022

Aloysius Hettiarachchi

I write with respect to Dr. Obesekera’s article that appeared a couple of days ago in this forum. He, perhaps presented a novel concept for capturing free solar energy by the fisher folk. This seems to be practical. However storing sufficient energy is the problem as the technology to convert that energy by way of liquid hydrogen may be too complicated. Batteries to store energy may not be affordable to fishermen.

However there can be other forms of energy that humanity not yet thought about. The link below gives a glimpse to one of those:

It appears that a sufficiently small drone can remain in air with remote control indefinitely with dangers that it entails!.

And the ocean itself may be a huge battery giving static electricity to water molecules or water vapour that hang in the sky. These are transported and come down to earth when it is discharged from cloud to cloud and back to earth finally sometimes with devastating consequences.

What better place to harvest it than in Sri Lanka where humidity is so high (and everybody complains about it). Perhaps it is the differential in the voltage that drives the currents from place to place in the ocean and not tides. It seems these currents were so predictable and seasonal that ancient seafarers of this country had used them for navigation according to one of Prof. Raj Somadeva’s videos.

Whatever it is the humanity should end the burning of fossil fuels and its use for world domination by various powers.


The drone DJI seems to be the industry standard these days and it can be seen that 11k static voltage that the guy ‘J’ doing this experiment gets is really hearting him even though he may not be well grounded. Average human body is about 1.5 meters tall and our bodies may be collecting enough charges to give us 150 volts. May be in some regions it is more and give the inhabitants stresses and cause fatigue. So, perhaps the release of these stress periodically by way of grounding during the day is a sensible act. Also, I believe J and his guru is wrong in assuming that the air is ionizes to such an extent without moisture being present in the vicinity. We all in our country know that there can be no lightening without clouds (or wehi nethi hena nometha). No wonder the Germans failed in their attempts in the 1920s. Bay of Bengal region (bengala bokka) including Sri Lanka and the tip of South India having special attributes of low gravity and ample rain may be the best for these experiments.

Please note I may be wrong here. Perhaps someone can illuminate us more by way of an addendum.

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