posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 12:30 AM
I think you are all easily swindled by fuzzy numbers and logic!
Beware of Geeks bearing gifts!
OK someone do the math please and verify my conclusion! My math is questionable.
290 Trillion watts for approx a billionth of a second.
But watts are measured in seconds, so you need to divide this output number by 1 billion divided by 120 seconds to determine the real power output.
This only leaves 2416 watts. By my questionable math. This may be a lot of power but one hell of a lot less than the numbers led us to believe so
Input energy is enough to power a home for 200 minutes. Whatever that means.
A home may use 1500kwh per month
So 30 days X 24 hours = 720 hours
That comes to about 2 KWH per hour or 2000 watts per hour.
2416 / 2000 = 1.208 hours of power for an average home.
You input 200 minutes of power and output 1.2 hours of power.
This is not much return, You input 3.3 hours and get 1.2 hours out.
Aside from the fact that you are loosing energy by this math. You still have the problem of increasing the frequency of firing from 10.2 times a
second to 1 billion times a second, once for each billionth of a second.
Otherwise you need to power fewer houses because the output is lower Megawatts over time. If the frequency is too low, you might need to put in the
power used by 1 billion homes 10 times a second to power ten homes.
That just dosen't sound practical! If you had that much power you could just light up the billion homes instead of tapping it for a ten billionths of
Hey this sounds like overunity. This is impossible, ask any physicist!
It violates the second law of thermodynamics. Either the physics community needs to change their belief set, or this is not as advertised.
Can you say: We need an extension on the grant, just publish something that sounds amazing, nobody ever does the math?
Does anyone know how to convert all that nasty xray power into usable energy?
[edit on 14-10-2008 by Cyberbian]