Even now, technologies that would have seemed like science fiction a few decades ago are plentiful. From the smartphone to the electric car, humanity has unmistakably entered into a new age of technological science. Without the proper energy technologies, however, humanity will be doomed to tread water here on Earth instead of expanding into the stars. To keep our innovative spirit alive, it’s necessary to embrace neutrinovoltaic technology and all the benefits of decentralized living that neutrino energy will bring.
3D printers that print anything
3D printing is quickly becoming a workable technology. A decade ago, 3D printers were toys for hobbyists and nothing more. These days, however, companies like Relativity Space are reshaping how the 3D printing industry operates.
This company is capable of creating entire rockets with nothing more than 3D printing, and eventually, Relativity Space plans to expand its operations to Mars. Companies like these continue proving that 3D printing is the way of the future, and a human destiny involving technologies like Star Trek „replicators“ doesn’t seem that distant.
Decentralized living off the grid
Currently, 3D printers are limited by their reliance on electrical grids. While they have become more efficient, these devices use up large amounts of energy, which means that they can usually only operate on the type of high-voltage electricity that is generated at coal-burning power plants.
In addition to furthering the destruction caused by the. fossil fuel industry, being chained to a central power grid also robs humanity of its freedom of movement. The more reliant on our electronic devices we become, the more aware we become of the location of the nearest charging port and the impact that all our electronics have on our power bills. Using the bounty of nature and the human imagination should be effortless, however, and new energy technologies are paving the way to the decentralized future that humanity deserves.
Neutrino energy is freedom
It’s now possible to derive electricity from the kinetic energy of passing neutrinos. This isn’t a theory: It’s a hard fact. Academic institutions have provided practical proof of the theories of Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald, who jointly received the Nobel Prize in 2015 for discovering that neutrinos have mass.
According to Einsteinian physics, everything in the universe that has mass has energy, and if neutrinos have mass, that means they carry kinetic energy with them as they pass through the Earth. Neutrinos are undetectable to our senses, and they pass through us by the billions every single day. These ghostly particles, however, may hold the key to humanity’s future.
Broadening our toolkit for space travel
Space travel will be incredibly demanding on the human spirit. We have always reached for the next frontier as a species, but no journey before compares to the awesome grandeur of our upcoming travels in the stars. Relativity Space says it intends to set up shop on the Red Planet today, but does this company intend to pack its terrestrial coal-burning power plants with it?
The dilemma of how human beings should generate energy in the void has played space travel pioneers for decades. At present, most space agencies are intending to switch to a safer form of nuclear power to power their interplanetary rockets of the future, but nuclear energy will never be truly safe.
Our neutrinovoltaic future with the Neutrino Energy Group
3D printers capable of printing anything are just the beginning when it comes to the technologies that the human race will develop as a result of gaining access to neutrino energy. We might not be able to fully imagine these technologies now, but think of what the devices of the 20th century would have seemed like to someone from the 19th.
We have to let go of our 20th-century mindset and embrace the new millennium of human evolution. Technologies like interstellar portals, matter transporters, and propulsion drives capable of warping the fabric of space may seem like science fiction today, but the utopian future imagined by many authors and filmmakers of the previous century may come to light in our own era.
Freeing ourselves of the tyranny of fossil fuels is the first step toward humanity’s bright future. Within a few short years, neutrino energy devices, which operate constantly whether in the deep darkness of a cave or comfortably nested in your living room, will start taking on some of the burden of our energy needs, and together with increasingly efficient electronics, neutrinovoltaics will begin providing endless power to devices like smartphones, laptops, and even electric cars.
Provided with the freedom to explore with decentralized energy production, humanity will look upward with confidence for the first time. There’s so much to discover on one world alone, and together with his team at the Neutrino Energy Group, legendary German physicist Holger Schubart is extending our race’s reach to the stars.