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Re: "...gyroscopic effect.." The Rosen brothers of California had to mount their flywheel on a gimbal because of the gyroscopic effects. Wouldn't the porsche stay level, parallel to the ground when cornering due to the effect???? And whatever you do don't talk about terrestrial gyrogenerators.....
Hydrogen Engine Center of Algona, Iowa makes internal combustion engines that can burn hydrogen or oxygen as fuel. If someone filtered seawater, using a self cleaning filter of some kind, into an electrolysis tank onboard, this tank being valved and pressurized. The process of electrolysis “pressurizing” the tank, and this pressure routed to a turbogenerator, which would produce some of the electricity needed to perpetuate the electrolytic reaction, and routed the fuel gasses produced to a “Hydrogen Engine Center” engine bank, which turned flywheels that turned large alternators, you’d have power to propel ships, at much lower cost for fuel (almost free) and lower initial upfront costs! The “Hydromotors” could cycle on for 5 minutes of every hour, to “spin up” the flywheels, and then shut down. driverguy7.wordpress.com
What if they used betabatt.com nuclear batteries and electric motors?...... driverguy7.wordpress.com
I believe Tesla stock is going to skyrocket. Here's why. "Litroenergy Power Cell" batteries. Take radioactive tritium, add glowing phosporous, roll it into a plastic sheet. It glows for 12 years, ( half life of tritium), actually would only deplete to about 30 percent after 20 years,... Anyway, make this sheet flexible, and ROLL thin photovoltaic up with it, into "Litroenergy Batteries". IF, the production cost of these two things is around 1.00 per battery, say the 6831 cell Tesla battery pack is replaced with these?... Cost, around 7000 X 1.00 = $7,000.00. Which is around $33,000 dollars cheaper than current lithium Ion battery. If correct, this lowers the MSRP of Tesla Roadster to a more bearable $76,000. Subtract the 7500 credit, puts it at 68,500. Better than $109,000. Now apply the cost reduction to the Model S. Loosely, if the current battery costs around 30,000 for the model S, subtract about 20,000 from that, reduces the $57,000 MSRP to $37,000, then subtract the 7500 takes it down to $29,500. Which is reasonable for an average range family sedan. The neat thing is, you could drive this vehicle FOR 20 YEARS TO DEPLETE THE BATTERY TO 30 PERCENT OF CHARGE. Nonstop...... No gasoline costs. Lower maintenance costs. No green house gasses. To validate any of this data, google: litrospheres, litroenergy, Michael P.Kohnen. So with this information in mind, do you see why I am bullish on Tesla Stock? driverguy7.wordpress.com
I believe Mercedes stock is going to skyrocket. Here's why. "Litroenergy Power Cell" batteries. Take radioactive tritium, add glowing phosporous, roll it into a plastic sheet. It glows for 12 years, ( half life of tritium), actually would only deplete to about 30 percent after 20 years,... Anyway, make this sheet flexible, and ROLL thin photovoltaic up with it, into "Litroenergy Batteries". IF, the production cost of these two things is around 1.00 per battery, cheaper than current lithium Ion battery. If correct, this lowers the MSRP. The neat thing is, you could drive this vehicle FOR 20 YEARS TO DEPLETE THE BATTERY TO 30 PERCENT OF CHARGE. Nonstop...... No gasoline costs. Lower maintenance costs. No green house gasses. To validate any of this data, google: litrospheres, litroenergy, Michael P.Kohnen. So with this information in mind, do you see why I am bullish on Mercedes Stock? driverguy7.wordpress.com
Just fantasizing here... suppose we take a dehumidifier, route the water from that into an electrolyzer, (hytechapps.com), route the fuel gasses from that into a) an internal combustion engine paired up with a generator OR b) a fuel cell, and what do we have? A vehicle with on-board hydrogen production, that can go anywhere, never stopping to refuel, that produces almost no pollution, and liberates America from foreign oil dependency.....hmmmmm www.myspace.com/driverguy7 zero point energy blog
Velozzi supercar, over 700 horsepower equivalent, I want one.....
Great news about upper limits of algae production, does that count using mirrors to increase exposure to sunlight? Anyway, the competing angles and agendas of various suppliers of energy may result in an agreement to diversify energy sources in general until the best options rise above the others.