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Morgan Morrigan
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he is most of the way off of batteries, going to be sweet !

http://pesn.com/2012/05/15/9602093_Aviso_Demonstrates_Self-Looped_Generator_for_Philippine_International_TV/


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In the title is Aviso, which means: be advised. This is not alternative energy it is pure HooCum!, in my opinion. The only energy it will replace is the green energy in your pocketbook. Thanks to Jami for the advice on etiquette of this forum. Normally I'm clear spoken like Paul, so I'll not tell you what my first thoughts were.
 
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I dunno, lots of 'new" articles on nano-antennas as harvesting EM waves out there right now.

Lots of "beamed power" profiles at production levels. check out the wireless battery chargers for cell phones. The same guys are beaming power across the room for stereos and tv's too.

The fact that this guy is driving this car around , is at least comparable to solar tractors already.
He has been doin this 7 years i think, someone would have called him out by now if it was bunkum.

Tesla was nearly insane, but it doesn't mean he wasn't a genius.

After seeing the Brillouin folks create nuetrons out of "thin air", and the benzene thermoelectric tech, i am not gonna challenge any physics this week.
 
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I have to admit that I'm very skeptical of this.

On the other hand, it is quite possible to harvest energy (though very small amounts) from an antennae. You're basically harvesting atmospheric static electricity, and you can even power very tiny motors with it. I've measured voltage difference on wire fences, basically the same thing. The problem is, though, is that it takes an extremely LARGE antenna to harvest usable energy. I think I found that a 1/4 mile barbed wire fence might be able to produce enough energy to light one LED.

I'd be more inclined to believe this sort of thing if there were independent, verified tests of the contraptions

So, someone build one, and let us know how it works.
 
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Abe Connally wrote: I think I found that a 1/4 mile barbed wire fence might be able to produce enough energy to light one LED.


Hook that fence to a lightning rod and you'll get more energy.

 
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