posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 10:18 PM
what's so to grasp?
It uses magnets to spin a device to create electricity, that is then stored in a battery.
Although on the surface it sounds great. I think back the the guy a year or so ago who had a contraption 5 times that size, charging 20 something car
batteries, just to light a dozen or so light bulbs.
Sorry but as it stands the Magnets and Electric engine (Turbine) would have to be too big, the battery would need to be pretty big also if you wanted
to power something like a car. The unit and battery would most likely be bigger than the car.
I mean the demonstration unit is pretty large considering it's only charging a C or D sized battery. Plus they're counting the raidiant heat as 1/3
of thier power produced also. Many times you don't wantheat, and it becomes a problem that you need a seperate system to cool.
Until they can get the scale correct, to something more manageble, where I don't need to carry something as big and heavy as a car Battery, just to
power a simple walkman. It's useless.
Maybe they need to try and make those little generator decives either REALLY BIG, and make a golfcourse size land area devoted to hundreds of them
each the size of the Great Pyramid. Then let the entire town run off enormous batteries and generators the size of buses.
Make them REALLY small, nano tech size. I don't know which would be better.
But with the demonstration they're showing now, the scale is no good, and radiant heat counting as energy? I gotta run a fan to cool my computer.
Again heat is usually bad and needs more energy to cool it. So it shouldn't be counted as 1/3 of this things output, unless it's only gonna be used
where you'd want heat as a byproduct. I guess you could develope small steam engines off the heat produced?