The Neutrino Energy Group is confident non-visible particles like neutrinos will soon perpetually power the world's electronic devices.

Neutrinovoltaics, as it's called, will power new super-efficient devices made of ultra-thin graphene and silicon that vibrates as it is struck by neutrino and other non- visible particles. With basic neutrino energy sources installed, devices like smartwatches and smartphones will only need to be charged once or twice a week instead of daily.

This is a macro of a silicon wafer. Each square is a chip with microscopic transistors and circuits. Ordinarily, wafers like these are diced into their individual chips and the chips go into the processors that power our computers. Sometimes, wafers have flaws and the manufacturers dispose of them instead. That’s how I got mine. After visiting the tech museums in Silicon Valley, I was amazed at the beauty of silicon wafers, so I started collecting and photographing them. Like fractals and flowers, the closer you get to them, the more amazing details there are to see.
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In fact, with the neutrino energy sources that will be available in the future, enough power will be supplied to throw the charger away permanently.

A metamaterial made of ultra-thin graphs and silicon was developed by the Neutrino Energy Community. This substance vibrates when it is hit with neutrinos and other unseen particles when it sticks to a metallic substratum. Because both vertical and horizontal vibrations generate a resonance that can be translated into electrical energy simultaneously.

The neutrino gets its name because it's neutral in the electric field and because it was considered as having no charge ar all for a long time. The neutrino mass is much smaller than the elementary particles of the other known ones. The weak force has a very short range and interaction is very weak. There is no strong interaction with neutrinos. As a consequence, neutrinos generally go unimpeded and undetected via normal matter.

In 2015, researchers in physics found that neutrinos have mass, paving the way to an age when free, renewable energy will finally come true. Five years later, neutrino energy discovery progressed to an unbelievable amount.