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A solid-state generator is a generator that uses a gain medium but has no moving parts. Semiconductor-based generators, among other classes, are in the solid state.

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Solid State Electrical Generators and extract energy from the environment with devices that have no moving parts. One example of a solid-state electrical generator design is one that uses a difference in temperature to provide a reliable source of electrical power. This will generate electrical power from heat differentials provided by the environment that the device is in. There are many hundreds of solid-state media in which generations has been achieved, but relatively few types are in widespread use. Tom Bearden's Motionless Electromagnetic Generator (MEG) is also a solid state technology for tapping into the "oceans of free energy" all around us. It is reported that Nikola Tesla's Pierce Arrow ran a touring sedan on energy in the Summer of 1931. A 12 x 24 x 6 inch black box, with a 1.8-meter antenna allegedly powered the car.

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