I was just wondering if wind creates constant or just near constant friction. Also, it seems interestingly termed "static electricity" considering nothing even needs to be static in creating "static" electricity- every partaker in the static energy creation model can be moving with momentum).
Could that static electricity possibly be harnessed more efficiently through a thousand "weaving" grass blades than through a few big spinning metal blades?
Could the direction of the culmination of static electricity across large areas go to lightning?
What can mimic grass blades? Traditional heat sinks? Computer processor bottoms? Perhaps things that would "play" with the foundation of it... As the blowing grass pulls on "gives play to" the Earth that tries to hold it in.
Can electricity be transferred from the outside of a balloon to the inside of a metal wire? Or be turned almost directly into light? Then turned back from light into energy?
Is this a good way for us to mimic the Earths method of producing electrostatic power?