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posted on Sep, 25 2017 @ 05:39 PM
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originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Justoneman


Hydrogen power has been out there viable for a long, long time.

100,000 price tag. They don't run on pond water either. You have to 'gas up' and hydrogen tanks are dangerous...

Solar is fine if you don't have to go to fast too far, during the day.

Problem is the size of solar panels prohibit running full time on straight energy conversion, batteries are required . The storage capacity is limited by the extra weight of batteries vs. available energy stored in those batteries.

So, charging for hours, driving for hours, charging, driving.

Lots of rest stops.


That one i showed you , you would fill up at the pond. They do have it using tanks of gas. The device to make H2 on demand is the same one the Space Station uses to make energy and breathable air.
ETA

After building that car the company that make the device needed said $1,000,000 and held that line for about 15 years. Now that device is $10k and makes H2 on demand.
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posted on Sep, 25 2017 @ 06:16 PM
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The US Army did investigate the use of container sized nuclear reactors, but they had one accident that killed three people:

en.wikipedia.org...
network.bellona.org...

The Russians had the idea of mobile nuclear reactors:

bellona.org...

Having nuclear powered cars, airplanes and trains was also considered:
io9.gizmodo.com...



posted on Sep, 25 2017 @ 08:36 PM
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originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Justoneman


Hydrogen power has been out there viable for a long, long time.

100,000 price tag. They don't run on pond water either. You have to 'gas up' and hydrogen tanks are dangerous...

Solar is fine if you don't have to go to fast too far, during the day.

Problem is the size of solar panels prohibit running full time on straight energy conversion, batteries are required . The storage capacity is limited by the extra weight of batteries vs. available energy stored in those batteries.

So, charging for hours, driving for hours, charging, driving.

Lots of rest stops.


Currently the m asker of Lithium batteries is testing a glass based battery. it gets mor epower and faster charging times over lithium. but thats if it gets released to th epublic.



posted on Sep, 25 2017 @ 10:54 PM
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originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Justoneman


Hydrogen power has been out there viable for a long, long time.

100,000 price tag. They don't run on pond water either. You have to 'gas up' and hydrogen tanks are dangerous...

Solar is fine if you don't have to go to fast too far, during the day.

Problem is the size of solar panels prohibit running full time on straight energy conversion, batteries are required . The storage capacity is limited by the extra weight of batteries vs. available energy stored in those batteries.

So, charging for hours, driving for hours, charging, driving.

Lots of rest stops.


Currently the m asker of Lithium batteries is testing a glass based battery. it gets mor epower and faster charging times over lithium. but thats if it gets released to th epublic.


I know, ive tried it works like a charm:




posted on Sep, 25 2017 @ 11:12 PM
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originally posted by: Terminal1
So tell us CreationBro... what did you invent?





It's a secret for now.....until I have 5000 dead man switches and an instant open source dump to millions of venues.

But....its in the works and looks like it has a lot of potential to change the way we generate electricity.

It wouldnt entirely omit the need for other sources, depending on certain variables, but would be a huge leap forward.


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posted on Sep, 25 2017 @ 11:15 PM
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YES ...go do this thing.. and GIVE me a coherent beam for my plasma beam weapon,I expect to DOMINATE 3 gun matches.
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posted on Sep, 26 2017 @ 07:35 AM
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originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Justoneman


Hydrogen power has been out there viable for a long, long time.

100,000 price tag. They don't run on pond water either. You have to 'gas up' and hydrogen tanks are dangerous...

Solar is fine if you don't have to go to fast too far, during the day.

Problem is the size of solar panels prohibit running full time on straight energy conversion, batteries are required . The storage capacity is limited by the extra weight of batteries vs. available energy stored in those batteries.

So, charging for hours, driving for hours, charging, driving.

Lots of rest stops.


Currently the m asker of Lithium batteries is testing a glass based battery. it gets mor epower and faster charging times over lithium. but thats if it gets released to th epublic.

And if we subjugate Afghanistan (large Lithium reserves). A growing concern.



posted on Sep, 26 2017 @ 07:40 AM
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originally posted by: cavtrooper7
YES ...go do this thing.. and GIVE me a coherent beam for my plasma beam weapon,I expect to DOMINATE 3 gun matches.

Who needs plasma beams?



posted on Sep, 26 2017 @ 04:14 PM
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originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Justoneman


Hydrogen power has been out there viable for a long, long time.

100,000 price tag. They don't run on pond water either. You have to 'gas up' and hydrogen tanks are dangerous...

Solar is fine if you don't have to go to fast too far, during the day.

Problem is the size of solar panels prohibit running full time on straight energy conversion, batteries are required . The storage capacity is limited by the extra weight of batteries vs. available energy stored in those batteries.

So, charging for hours, driving for hours, charging, driving.

Lots of rest stops.


Currently the m asker of Lithium batteries is testing a glass based battery. it gets mor epower and faster charging times over lithium. but thats if it gets released to th epublic.

And if we subjugate Afghanistan (large Lithium reserves). A growing concern.


WHy would we need to do that when these ones he is developing do not even use lithium?



posted on Sep, 26 2017 @ 05:25 PM
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Here is a link to a very informative site.
Personally do not vouch for the validity of these ides, at all!
Yet there must be a few hidden gems in there.
So much info, it should be shared freely and often.

Educate yourself



posted on Sep, 26 2017 @ 09:43 PM
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originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Justoneman


Hydrogen power has been out there viable for a long, long time.

100,000 price tag. They don't run on pond water either. You have to 'gas up' and hydrogen tanks are dangerous...

Solar is fine if you don't have to go to fast too far, during the day.

Problem is the size of solar panels prohibit running full time on straight energy conversion, batteries are required . The storage capacity is limited by the extra weight of batteries vs. available energy stored in those batteries.

So, charging for hours, driving for hours, charging, driving.

Lots of rest stops.


Currently the m asker of Lithium batteries is testing a glass based battery. it gets mor epower and faster charging times over lithium. but thats if it gets released to th epublic.

And if we subjugate Afghanistan (large Lithium reserves). A growing concern.


Why would we need to do that when these ones he is developing do not even use lithium?

Ask the Phone industry. Lithium is in wide spread use, 'glass' batteries aren't.



posted on Sep, 26 2017 @ 11:54 PM
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originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Justoneman


Hydrogen power has been out there viable for a long, long time.

100,000 price tag. They don't run on pond water either. You have to 'gas up' and hydrogen tanks are dangerous...

Solar is fine if you don't have to go to fast too far, during the day.

Problem is the size of solar panels prohibit running full time on straight energy conversion, batteries are required . The storage capacity is limited by the extra weight of batteries vs. available energy stored in those batteries.

So, charging for hours, driving for hours, charging, driving.

Lots of rest stops.


Currently the m asker of Lithium batteries is testing a glass based battery. it gets mor epower and faster charging times over lithium. but thats if it gets released to th epublic.

And if we subjugate Afghanistan (large Lithium reserves). A growing concern.


Why would we need to do that when these ones he is developing do not even use lithium?

Ask the Phone industry. Lithium is in wide spread use, 'glass' batteries aren't.


Not currently of course,but they can be minuturized easily and will be cheaper. they are not just car sized he is working on.



posted on Sep, 27 2017 @ 08:01 AM
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originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Justoneman


Hydrogen power has been out there viable for a long, long time.

100,000 price tag. They don't run on pond water either. You have to 'gas up' and hydrogen tanks are dangerous...

Solar is fine if you don't have to go to fast too far, during the day.

Problem is the size of solar panels prohibit running full time on straight energy conversion, batteries are required . The storage capacity is limited by the extra weight of batteries vs. available energy stored in those batteries.

So, charging for hours, driving for hours, charging, driving.

Lots of rest stops.


Currently the m asker of Lithium batteries is testing a glass based battery. it gets mor epower and faster charging times over lithium. but thats if it gets released to th epublic.

And if we subjugate Afghanistan (large Lithium reserves). A growing concern.


Why would we need to do that when these ones he is developing do not even use lithium?

Ask the Phone industry. Lithium is in wide spread use, 'glass' batteries aren't.


Not currently of course,but they can be minuturized easily and will be cheaper. they are not just car sized he is working on.

I don't / didn't believe the dogma about thorium reactors gonna replace current BWR technology, either. Or alternatives to coal, oil, nuclear.

Whatever is in current use is going to stay that way. The monopoly of mega corporations will see to it.

We can glow, choke and die of cancer, they don't care about anything but their profit margins.
edit on 27-9-2017 by intrptr because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 27 2017 @ 08:56 AM
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originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: yuppa

originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Justoneman


Hydrogen power has been out there viable for a long, long time.

100,000 price tag. They don't run on pond water either. You have to 'gas up' and hydrogen tanks are dangerous...

Solar is fine if you don't have to go to fast too far, during the day.

Problem is the size of solar panels prohibit running full time on straight energy conversion, batteries are required . The storage capacity is limited by the extra weight of batteries vs. available energy stored in those batteries.

So, charging for hours, driving for hours, charging, driving.

Lots of rest stops.


Currently the m asker of Lithium batteries is testing a glass based battery. it gets mor epower and faster charging times over lithium. but thats if it gets released to th epublic.

And if we subjugate Afghanistan (large Lithium reserves). A growing concern.


Why would we need to do that when these ones he is developing do not even use lithium?

Ask the Phone industry. Lithium is in wide spread use, 'glass' batteries aren't.


Not currently of course,but they can be minuturized easily and will be cheaper. they are not just car sized he is working on.

I don't / didn't believe the dogma about thorium reactors gonna replace current BWR technology, either. Or alternatives to coal, oil, nuclear.

Whatever is in current use is going to stay that way. The monopoly of mega corporations will see to it.

We can glow, choke and die of cancer, they don't care about anything but their profit margins.


This

So IF, anyone find another way to power my fridge.....
Tell ME about it, and the rest of the world...
Dont bother with patents or that stuff...
It wont pay of anyway



posted on Sep, 27 2017 @ 09:07 AM
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a reply to: Miccey

Ever heard of the Koolatron?

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posted on Sep, 27 2017 @ 11:31 AM
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a reply to: intrptr

You telling me..a corporation wont go for something that cost les for them to mine,process and distribute? Youre out of your mind. Their profits will be 100 fold with the new batteries most likely. they will get car manufacturers,as well as phones,computers and other things. Stuff lithium cant function with as well.



posted on Sep, 27 2017 @ 11:41 AM
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a reply to: intrptr

You will want one with a Stirling free piston cooler inside. They have been on the market breefly, a hughe succes. ( Coleman ) But they took it away from the consumer market and now sell them for organ transplantation at a 5 times higher price.

Coleman, out of stock a few years now was originally around 300 dollars.. : Stirling portable fridge

Now they ask for the same tech around 2000 or higher.

Very efficient coolers. So efficient, they took it away quickly from the consumer market


Here is one: Stirling freezer



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posted on Sep, 28 2017 @ 12:06 AM
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originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: Miccey

Ever heard of the Koolatron?

links



Hmmm....
Not cheap enough



posted on Sep, 28 2017 @ 01:59 AM
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a reply to: Miccey

No, he's actually right about some of the story...

Except for the following things.

1. Done correctly it can literally double triple or... Yeah, done right you could pretty easily more than triple your gas mileage and majorly cut your emissions while improving engine life...

2. What you can't do is make a vehicle so modified pass American or most other civilized country's emissions nor can you legally do it on ANY commercially legal internal combustion fueled anything! In the US you can actually be charged with MULTIPLE federal felonies for even experimental work you do entirely yourself on these lines if they choose to use the legal system against you.

3. Paradoxically this basic approach only works well and 100% reliably on a properly altered modern engine (ie preferably fuel injected ecu managed and sensor studded like bling at oscar awards shows engines suitable for high compression ratios) but until very recently that was basically completely beyond the reach of even many corporations who make stuff with such power packs in them! Why? Because what you CANNOT DO is make an actual DOT approved UL listed and American etc environmental law compliant OEM ecu, sensor array, and engine actually produce anything but, at best, no change in fuel consumption etc! (Usually it's actually a double digit % drop in both economy and power etc!) Nor can you modify a stock ecu / sensors without very seriously breaking federal law and compromising your vehicles reliability safety etc!

4. It is however now well within the reach of a determined and intelligent individual willing to risk prosecution etc...

Out if respect for ATS I'm not going to even hint at where to find the rest of this story or etc because it can result in difficulties for west western corporate or individual entities and their websites...

Flat out, call BS if you want i genuinely do not care.

Because frankly, i know half a dozen places this info is available and the one thing they ALL have in common is all the places their domains are registered and hosted out of....

P.s. call holley sometime and ask them about their heavy fuel oil and other hydrocarbon capable multifuel carburetors and adapter kits they sold for a few decades....

Be prepared to hear crickets, sorta like the SAE papers on this subject or various other sources that very plainly existed and were real but somehow no one has record of...

Other stuff from the same era... You bet!

These ones... NEVER HEARD OF EM!



posted on Sep, 28 2017 @ 07:06 AM
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Uhhhmmmmm ........



What.......



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