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  • #1399
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    makanbubur
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    this method is pretty new, but i believe it has been tested and working well so far

    bedini energiser

    http://pesn.com/2010/02/09/9501612_Bedini_10-Coil-Energizer-Kits_Now_Available/

    vanadium redox battery for huge amount of electricity storage

    http://www.treehugger.com/files/2005/04/the_vanadium_ba.php

    #12040
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    J.L.-Frusha
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    It’s bogus. They get you to buy their kit, then you get frustrated and give-up, or make and sell your own kits… Try getting a demonstration out of the nearset one…

    Later,

    J.L.F.

    Never be afraid to try something new…

    Remember, amateurs built the ark, professionals built the Titanic.

    #12044
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    makanbubur
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    nah.. mate, its not likely bogus, i encountered bedini energiser from a fella which planning to establish an off-grid community in uk, he tested it years ago, you can try check out his youtube channel video : http://www.youtube.com/user/dmurphy25#p/u

    #12098
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    elspru
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    OxyHydrogen power is much more sustainable and renewable,

    can make generators yourself, and the fuel is ocean-water.

    can have a fuel-cell or stirling engine for converting it back to elecrticity.

    can also use directly for underwater welding, heating, or cooking.

    though I’d recommend mixing it

    with something that smells, and has color when it burns,

    if you plan on using it for cooking or welding,

    could use ammonia from decomposing waste in water.

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    #12099
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    J.L.-Frusha
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    Use Methane from human/animal waste, scrub the gasses(removing CO2), but leave the odor as an indicator…. CO2 can be scrubbed using a water+hydrated-Lime solution… Solution can be ‘re-generated by heat, to give off CO2 (greenhouse enrichment…). Out-flow can be used as liquified fertilizer…

    Later,

    J.L.F.

    Never be afraid to try something new…

    Remember, amateurs built the ark, professionals built the Titanic.

    #12377
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    oobi
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    My ideas include using the sea level changes as a source of energy. Also involving human generated energy and economic production in the grid. See more here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Hqx8CXMVlI

    #12395
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    tusavision
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    Cheap windmills and cheap wave power come to mind but neither are especially exciting.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wind_turbine#Vertical_axis_design

    You can build cheap wave power using cheap hydraulic cylinders utilizing cheap check valves to power a pressure accumulator. If your demands are highly specific to electricity, you’re better off learning to wind your own linear motors. Depending on maintenence costs, it may be preferential to make shit tons of these from cheap magnets, than investing much money in high quality magnets.

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