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Geothermal energy potential

Started this discussion. Last reply by james dyson Jan 11. 1 Reply

Geothermal energy potentialThere is one place we haven’t taped yet that could power our electrical need for all time to come. Below are the facts and now all we must do is find a way to tap this…Continue

Electrolysis revisited

Started Jan 4 0 Replies

Electrolysis revisitedI came across the following quote on another forum and it caused me to wonder~~~~~~~~“Non-integer-frequency crystals will work well, as long as the crystal's frequency is…Continue

Could electrolysis be an energy storage medium for our next energy future

Started this discussion. Last reply by james dyson Jan 8. 2 Replies

Could electrolysis be an energy storage medium for our next energy futureIf we can decipher what causes a water molecule in saltwater to break apart, we can then re-unite the H2 and O releasing the…Continue

Is the energy output greater than the energy needed to sustain the cycle?

Started this discussion. Last reply by james dyson Dec 31, 2019. 3 Replies

Question- at any one unit in time, is the output energy larger than the energy needed to sustain the system?The benefit of this machine is it’s multiplying effect.…Continue

 

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james dyson replied to james dyson's discussion Geothermal energy potential
Jan 11
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Geothermal energy potential

Geothermal energy potentialThere is one place we haven’t taped yet that could power our electrical need for all time to come. Below are the facts and now all we must do is find a way to tap this limitless source of energy. I hope some here find the time to explore this and add new ideas on it’s potential to power our never ending need for more and more energy.The cold seawater is heated by hot magma and reemerges to form the vents. Seawater in hydrothermal vents may reach temperatures of…See More
Jan 11
james dyson replied to james dyson's discussion Could electrolysis be an energy storage medium for our next energy future
"My Guess is; the reason for no comments is because what was said is all there needs to be said. Now it’s time to move from words to action"
Jan 8
james dyson posted a discussion

Electrolysis revisited

Electrolysis revisitedI came across the following quote on another forum and it caused me to wonder~~~~~~~~“Non-integer-frequency crystals will work well, as long as the crystal's frequency is between the microcontroller's maximum and minimum crystal frequencies. The non-integer frequencies exist to ease generation of frequencies needed in particular applications. 3.2768 MHz = 100 * 32768 Hz and 6.144 MHz can be divided to generate baud rates for an RS-232 serial port.”~~~~Can the separation of…See More
Jan 4
james dyson commented on james dyson's blog post Should Congress remove Trump a.s.a.p.?
"I agree"
Jan 3
james dyson commented on james dyson's blog post Should Congress remove Trump a.s.a.p.?
"double blog--- as the creator of both blogs please delete one, for me thanks in advance"
Jan 3
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Jan 3
james dyson replied to james dyson's discussion Is the energy output greater than the energy needed to sustain the cycle?
"I am totally aware of the laws of conservation of energy. What this system does is convert one form of energy into another with some lose in the process. We have— Mechanical energy Wind energy Heat energy Wave energy Light energy Atomic…"
Dec 31, 2019
james dyson replied to james dyson's discussion Is the energy output greater than the energy needed to sustain the cycle?
"I’m just looking for alternative energy sources. I admit I’m just throwing pies on the wall just to see which one sticks. Finding a way to store wind and wave energy is just one of my failed hobbies. A lot of people here and elsewhere…"
Dec 29, 2019
james dyson replied to james dyson's discussion Is the energy output greater than the energy needed to sustain the cycle?
"Question- at any one unit in time, is the output energy larger than the energy needed to sustain the system? The benefit of this machine is it’s multiplying effect. 1 an enclosed container (X) of air submerged in water has a lifting force…"
Dec 29, 2019
james dyson replied to james dyson's discussion Could electrolysis be an energy storage medium for our next energy future
"Wind turbines produce energy when the wind is blowing but have no way to store this energy for later use. What if we used this excess electric energy to electrolysis seawater and store the hydrogen for future use-? There are efforts being made to…"
Dec 26, 2019
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Dec 24, 2019
james dyson replied to james dyson's discussion Is the energy output greater than the energy needed to sustain the cycle?
"here is the machine"
Dec 24, 2019
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Dec 23, 2019

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Should Congress remove Trump a.s.a.p.?

Posted on January 3, 2020 at 12:23pm 1 Comment

Should Congress remove Trump a.s.a.p.?

And publicly say Trump is being removed because he is unfit to remain “president”.

The people of America are deeply saddened by the loss of Human lives.

Trump is “FIRED” !!!!!

As an American; I ask you…

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Should Congress remove Trump a.s.a.p.?

Posted on January 3, 2020 at 12:12pm 1 Comment

Should Congress remove Trump a.s.a.p.?

And publicly say Trump is being removed because he is unfit to remain “president”.

The people of America are deeply saddened by the loss of Human lives.

Trump is “FIRED” !!!!!

As an American; I ask you Iranians,…

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