Okay guys, i want to run a bad idea by you. If it sounds like it might not be a bad idea i'll actually draw pictures. But i want to run it by you first so you can point out "uhh, you forgot a basic concept in physics" and i can forget about this idea quick.
So i was thinking about using centrifugal force to create an energy efficient heat pump.
If you spin something hard enough, it effectively changes the G forces of objects in the spin. So if we spin something really fast, we can simulate much higher gravity than earth.
So imagine a long single tube, curled up into a radiator at each end, and then we put a partial vacuum in the tube and some kind of fluid like water(or vapor) and then spin the tube to force it into a liquid phase and change the ease of temperature migration.
By controlling the speed of the spin at each side, we could control where the fluid wants to evaporate from and deposit onto.
And because it's an action that's stored in the form of a spin, it can be sped up to that and held at that speed without much extra force.