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Worlds best survival tool - is this thing invented yet??

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posted on May, 19 2010 @ 10:53 PM
reply to post by Thermo Klein

Since 2007, I've been trying to invent something in the same lines but will use energy from atmospheric heat, thus not requiring electricity, fuel, battery, etc to operate. It will keep running as long as there's heat in the land, sea, and air. It can be a source of energy by itself. But still not violate conservation of energy.

I've been doing this all alone because those in mainstream science thinks I'm a crackpot. Well I am, according to their definitions since I'm more of an experimentalist instead of a theorist. I don't have any of those lengthy equations to present.

If you're looking for answers, solutions, guess you'll have to do-it-yourself!

posted on May, 20 2010 @ 08:49 AM

Originally posted by Thermo Klein

Originally posted by butcherguy
What you are speaking of is called an electrical thermocouple.

Sweet! Yet again I thought of something that's aready been created

Any idea if having just the thermocouple would be enough to gain any usable amount of water?

or can you recommend what metal would be a good pairing for copper?

thanks Butcherguy!
No problem.
I think todays units use semiconductors as the 'thermocouple'.

I have seen units advertised that look like a cooler, they plug into an automobile cigarette lighter. By switching the polarity of the DC current, they function either as an ice box or a hot box, to keep foods or drinks warm or cold as your needs have it.

Check here for info to get you started on your quest....

Also try googling 'Peltier-Seebeck Effect'.

[edit on 20-5-2010 by butcherguy]

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