If some energy is lost in every transfer, as claimed in the second law of thermodynamics, why haven’t we run out of energy?

If some energy is lost in every transfer, as claimed in the second law of thermodynamics, why haven’t we run out of energy? Explain by definition or example. Cite your reference.

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