THE TESLA Live HOUSE will operate on all natural electrical energies coming from the earth, trees, plants and even a human being.

The human body gives a concise explanation of the complex process your body uses to generate electricity. Inside your body are atoms that are made up of positively charged protons, negatively charged electrons, and neutrons (which are neutral). This is what is referred to as electricity.

The average human, at rest, produces around 100 watts of power. This equates to around 2000 kcal of food energy, which is why your recommended daily intake of calories is around 2000 kcal. Over periods of a few minutes (or a few hours in the case of trained athletes), we can comfortably sustain 300-400 watts — and in the case of very short bursts of energy, such as sprinting, some humans can output up to 2,000 watts.Everything we do is controlled and facilitated by electrical signals running through our bodies.
Electricity is produced across membranes when atoms switch charges, to become either positively or negatively charged. switching that allows electrons to flow from one atom to another, and this is what we call electricity.
When scientists talk about the nervous system sending ‘signals’ to the brain, or synapses ‘firing,’ they are talking about the flow of electricity between different points.
The brain has a hundred billion electrically conductive ‘wires,’ Every time a neuron ‘fires’ it produces a tiny change in voltage that causes an even more minute amount of current to flow – approximately one nanoamp – according to biophysicist Bertil Hille of the University of Washington.
While this is a minuscule amount, the human brain contains approximately 80 billion neurons and it’s thought that one per cent is firing at any moment.So if 800 million neurons are active at once, the electricity output is equivalent to about 0.085 Watts of power, which is around the same amount of electricity needed to power and energy-saving LED bulb.
This means that in order to charge an iPhone 5C, which holds a charge of 5.74 Watt hours, the brain would take approximately 68 hours to charge the handset.

This gives you some idear as to what is possible to build a home electrical house that will extract electricity from a human and natual enviroment like trees plants and the earth.

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