Is unlimited energy possible?

To this I will reply that if unlimited energy is possible, energy can only be used in such a way as to preserve the maximum energy potential of the system. If I had unlimited energy, I would want it to be spent in a way which will make maximum use of it. As I have said, the only way I can do this is through the use of technology. In the next place, this idea is supported by the laws of nature and science. I have shown this in the preceding paragraphs. I only added the conclusion about energy efficiency because if the energy efficiency is too high, there is no possibility of achieving an economical and abundant energy supply. A high energy efficiency can hardly lead to an unlimited energy supply.

If one is willing to assume the position that unlimited energy production is possible, then one needs an alternative in which the energy may be used for a specific purpose or for the creation of additional energy, but cannot be used for other purposes or for creation of more energy. The energy which can be used for specific purposes or for creation of additional energy, is not unlimited and is in reality not unlimited energy at all. This means that one can get away with having limitless energy for a single purpose and limitless energy for the creation of additional purposes. For example, it will be possible for an unlimited energy system to be used efficiently in a number of applications, and to the total effect of that system and of the energy that it can be used for, this energy may last indefinitely, but cannot be used for other purposes or for creation of more energy. In such a case it is important that the total energy created by such an energy source be sufficiently significant by its nature so that such an energy source no longer poses a threat to the survival of the species in the long run. As a matter of fact, this is exactly what occurs when one is using unlimited energy. However, it takes a great deal of energy to create the excess energy, and this will tend to be used by only a limited number of people at any one time, and in that way the total energy used during the lifetime of the individual becomes very little. Since the use of such a high energy system is likely to be limited to a limited number of people, one may expect that in order to have the most energy available it will actually be necessary to have the highest amount of human involvement. For the same reason, such a high system should be very much more susceptible to the control of one person than a low one would be. As we have shown in the preceding paragraph