posted on Mar, 2 2013 @ 07:50 AM
reply to post by creatives
these light teachings were from Sanada and the guys in Agartha would love for it to get out to people who know it.
Solar technology , how can it be improved ? It's a very good question isn't it, and it's one that I've been asking myself for quite a long time,
many years in fact. I've researched into it quite extensively actually. There have been many advancements and much refinement of and in their design
in recent years leading to many varied applications of and for the materials even to the development of films that can be deposited onto appropriate
substrates, but the basic idea or concept hasn't changed all that much at all.
That's why the real over-all efficiency is never higher than 17% for solid crystalline and 13% for film type materials. You see, that base material
is what they're all relying on to harness the given electrical potential derived from contact with sunlight. As long as that remains the case solar
cells will never become a truly viable alternative energy replacement in and of themselves. That's why they are often used with other devices like
hydro-electric, wind-powered or wave powered systems.
In my view this need not be the case. If you enhance the photovoltaic material itself higher efficiency and greater levels of electron capture would
be the obvious result. But the question is; just how do you go about doing that? Simply put, you must enhance the basic material itself. How? You
super-saturate it with small ions during it's formation process, that way, once created the base material's already enhanced and ready to go.
The best ions for doing this are helium nuclei because they're very small and would easily move within the crystalline structure of the photovoltaic
material itself. In fact it would work in much the same way as does a liquid crystal. By super-saturating such material it becomes capable of
harnessing much more electricity. Both it's efficiency and electron capture properties are increased. In short, it works better and produces far more
power and does so more efficiently and consistently.
If such new and enhanced photovoltaic material were to be produced and used in manufacture of such improved solar cells, the installation of them on a
mass scale would make a very significant difference indeed. It is my hope that research into such enhancement should begin immediately. It'll make
such a vast improvement to existing technology. If quickly begun, this could very well make solar technology totally viable as a 'stand alone' power
source for all of us, especially if integrated into photovoltaic concentrator technology as well. This could cause a quantum leap in that technology
ultimately leading to the revolutionising of the solar power industry.