posted on Jul, 2 2004 @ 12:37 AM
What if it were possible to create a new technology that produced electricity powered by the electricity it created?
I really dont see how this cant be done on a large scale.. due away with oil/coal power plants.
Take for instance, the old steam engine..
Steam is made by heating coils (think electric stove) -> steam runs steam engine -> steam engine runs power generator -> power generator runs heating
A similar project would be this invention run by wood/coal: www.dangerouslaboratories.org...
I really dont understand why this type of thinking hasnt been aggresivly investagated yet.. I mean.. think of having a power generator in your garage
that ran on nothing but water and would power your entire house.. it seems like when the gas engine replaced the steam engine, everyone threw away any
notion of steam power advantages..
Now I ran this idea by my father, whos an engineer, and he said theres no way to produce enough electrity to power the coils to turn the water to
steam.. but I think he was just shrugging me off.. myself being quite ignorant in the field of electrian, accepted this. But dont we have power
transformers that could boost the output of a volt and make it stronger? I remember a friend hooking a 9volt battery to one of these and telling me
to grab the 2 wires.. and a shock ill never forget ran up my arm
Also, would it be possible to say, tie 2 or perhaps more of these "generators" together to produce enough electricity to power the coils and have
acceptable output to run a generator?
Lets make an ATS power generator and put the big electricty firms to rest!
[edit on 2-7-2004 by rwsdakota]