posted on May, 20 2011 @ 06:15 AM
So .. the energy produced, is actually coming from the heart ..
Although, the extra effort required by the heart to do its normal functions, and counteract any resistance added by the device may be extremely minute
.. When i consider, how fragile i feel my heart is sometimes .. i would not feel comfortable exerting this additional resistance to a certain part
of my blood flow, continually, over a large period of time ... especially in the instances, when my heart rate and blood flow is increased due to
demand .. ie, running or whatever ..
Depending on the function of the device .. it it were life saving, or if my body was damaged to the point i could not live a quality life and required
the device to remedy that .. Then sure ..
However .. i think there may be another way to solve this battery replacement issue ... If only we could get our hands on Nikola Teslas' notes ...
Sending power wirelessly is a reality i am led to believe ... science can already transmit power, and receive it, and light a bulb for eg ...
Tho for the moment ... it is not conventional to use this for various reason apparently ..
I dare say, this will change in time ... When science catches up with Tesla, or when TPTB release Teslas info ..
A device fitted with the relevant receptor, would only require for you to be in the proximity of the 'charging field' for a certain amount of time ...
Bed time would be ideal charge time ..
Wireless Energy Transfer
Wireless energy transfer or wireless power is the transmission of electrical energy from a power source to an electrical load without
interconnecting wires. Wireless transmission is useful in cases where interconnecting wires are inconvenient, hazardous, or impossible.
Another application for such a thing could be charging hard to reach batteries ?
Just thinking out loud
edit on 20-5-2011 by Segenam because: (no reason given)