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Aunty Flo
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I have a good idea...
Why don't they make cars out of a solar panel like substance, that harvests the energy of the sun, converts it into electricity, or something similar, and store it in batteries where the petrol tank now is. This would be a safer, cleaner way to run small cars. They would only really need to be charged up in winter, unless you have some light set up in your garage that shines a special UV light on the cars. Thus once again using less electricity.

My 7 year old son and I just had a conversation about it, and we decided it would be a good invention.
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We have a critical thinker here..........

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and add a couple windmills while at it
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You mean like these?

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Excellent idea
The chariots of God are tens of thousands, and thousands of thousands.
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How about we build giant ferris wheel farms, which are powered by gravity as the more mature crops grow heavier on one side causing the ferris wheel to turn and then harness the rotation for energy?
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Now you're thinking at my level.
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Maybe the windmills could power the windscreen wipers and lights.
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How about we build giant ferris wheel farms, which are powered by gravity as the more mature crops grow heavier on one side causing the ferris wheel to turn and then harness the rotation for energy?
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Very slow way to harness energy.
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Re: I have a good idea...
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Maybe the windmills could power the windscreen wipers and lights.
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Better still, put the windmill on the front of the car, like a propeller. It would be a combined windmill/propeller.

The energy from the 'windmill' aspect of the device could be used to drive the 'propeller' aspect.

Free energy.

I think I might patent this idea.
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12/02/2012 05:31 AM
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Wonderful idea. Without some "new" invention out there like the pc was...we are so screwed. Now, if those cars would just fly!rockon
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Re: I have a good idea...
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1516077


Maybe the windmills could power the windscreen wipers and lights.
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Better still, put the windmill on the front of the car, like a propeller. It would be a combined windmill/propeller.

The energy from the 'windmill' aspect of the device could be used to drive the 'propeller' aspect.

Free energy.

I think I might patent this idea.
 Quoting: Shoot straight Johnny


A perfect loop, now to think broader, perhaps the energy can be coverted into a form that can power both the windmill aspect, and another device. Self perpetuating energy.
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Wonderful idea. Without some "new" invention out there like the pc was...we are so screwed. Now, if those cars would just fly!rockon
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I'm waiting for a safe flying chariot. I'm forever hopeful one would be invented in my lifetime.
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[link to www.independent.co.uk]
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Genetically modified mice with cheetah genes running on a wheel while drinking Red Bull.
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Genetically modified mice with cheetah genes running on a wheel while drinking Red Bull.
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Don't listen to stoopid ideas like this, OP. It's not really free energy because you would need to keep feeding the mice.

Idea fail

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Genetically modified mice with cheetah genes running on a wheel while drinking Red Bull.
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Just feed them a steady diet of meth until their hearts explode...and just replace them as needed.

Just like cute furry batteries...

Yay!

Modified mice with cheetah genes and exploded hearts.

Double yay!

5a
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been done heaps Flo. get with it.
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Genetically modified mice with cheetah genes running on a wheel while drinking Red Bull.
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But how to splice the mouse and cheeter DNA, and then suppress the particular dominant trait so we can have the perfect mouse, cheeter blend to power the motion to run on the wheel. Plus it's nutrient requirements, plus the fact it's an organic life form.

Phew, seems like too much handwork for such little output. Maybe set aside for potential hobby.
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Re: I have a good idea...
Why don't they make cars out of a solar panel like substance, that harvests the energy of the sun, converts it into electricity, or something similar, and store it in batteries where the petrol tank now is. This would be a safer, cleaner way to run small cars. They would only really need to be charged up in winter, unless you have some light set up in your garage that shines a special UV light on the cars. Thus once again using less electricity.

My 7 year old son and I just had a conversation about it, and we decided it would be a good invention.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo

This may be possible in the future, but NOT WITH THE SOLAR CELL CRAPPY OLD TECHNOLOGY WE HAVE BEEN GIVEN LATELY. You said solar like substance so you already new that.
About 15 years ago they were playing with live organic organisms as electricity supply in the nano levels which I cannnot find now.
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Why don't we make an old Delorean that will run on garbage?
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Genetically modified mice with cheetah genes running on a wheel while drinking Red Bull.
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Just feed them a steady diet of meth until their hearts explode...and just replace them as needed.

Just like cute furry batteries...

Yay!

Modified mice with cheetah genes and exploded hearts.

Double yay!

5a
 Quoting: Devoted Follower 28055738


I don't think anything positive can come from something that smells that bad. We are dealing with organic animals after all. Think smarter, we don't want to use anything of the actual earth to use as energy. It's about using the none consumptive resources, the sun, wind, water, and potentially the moon.

By the moon, it's that mystery element, or wild card, in the search for alternative energy, for my example, i would say the the wild card (or moon, as it's about changing the way we think), would be a concept that needs to be addressed.....' is the way we think, and our current belief systems holding us back from exploring other alternative forms, and thus not advancing? Just a random concept that should be thrown into all scientific studies.

I have been rambling a lot lately, must look into changing my meds.





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Why not just use petrol?
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Why not just use petrol?
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Because petrol is a limited resource, and people tend to get narky, when they start to run low.
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My Idea is a chemical Melange on and in the Road,
when you pass it a chemical Reaction happen
because of your Weight and Pressure
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12/02/2012 03:10 PM

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My Idea is a chemical Melange on and in the Road,
when you pass it a chemical Reaction happen
because of your Weight and Pressure
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Cool, but not such a good idea for flying chariots where weight isn't such and an issue.
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Re: I have a good idea...
Why don't they make cars out of a solar panel like substance, that harvests the energy of the sun, converts it into electricity, or something similar, and store it in batteries where the petrol tank now is. This would be a safer, cleaner way to run small cars. They would only really need to be charged up in winter, unless you have some light set up in your garage that shines a special UV light on the cars. Thus once again using less electricity.

My 7 year old son and I just had a conversation about it, and we decided it would be a good invention.
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Our genius president is already doing that with Solyndra....oh, nevermind.
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Why don't they make cars out of a solar panel like substance, that harvests the energy of the sun, converts it into electricity, or something similar, and store it in batteries where the petrol tank now is. This would be a safer, cleaner way to run small cars. They would only really need to be charged up in winter, unless you have some light set up in your garage that shines a special UV light on the cars. Thus once again using less electricity.

My 7 year old son and I just had a conversation about it, and we decided it would be a good invention.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


Our genius president is already doing that with Solyndra....oh, nevermind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28914220


But have they thought about charging it up by parking them in a special garage, under a special, and safe, UVligh?. No connecting up to power points,only a minimal amout of electricity to power the light.

It may be expensive in the startup, but the savings to the environment would be astrological, in the long run. Particularly if we could get everyone on board, and the government used some of that Carbon Tax incentive to subsidize part of the cost.

Unless they're too busy using the money to blow up innocent civilians to protect someone elses oil interests.

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There's plenty of people developing things like that, for a while now too, but you have to read sites like Physorg, sometimes industry journals, to follow it.

There's tires embedded with piezoelectric materials as well.
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Why don't they make cars out of a solar panel like substance, that harvests the energy of the sun, converts it into electricity, or something similar, and store it in batteries where the petrol tank now is. This would be a safer, cleaner way to run small cars. They would only really need to be charged up in winter, unless you have some light set up in your garage that shines a special UV light on the cars. Thus once again using less electricity.

My 7 year old son and I just had a conversation about it, and we decided it would be a good invention.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


Our genius president is already doing that with Solyndra....oh, nevermind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28914220


But have they thought about charging it up by parking them in a special garage, under a special, and safe, UVligh?. No connecting up to power points,only a minimal amout of electricity to power the light.

It may be expensive in the startup, but the savings to the environment would be astrological, in the long run. Particularly if we could get everyone on board, and the government used some of that Carbon Tax incentive to subsidize part of the cost.

Unless they're too busy using the money to blow up innocent civilians to protect someone elses oil interests.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo

So we bust our ass saving the enviroment (which is a joke) and China and India pollutes all the way to the industrial bank. Are you related to Al Gore?
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Why don't they make cars out of a solar panel like substance, that harvests the energy of the sun, converts it into electricity, or something similar, and store it in batteries where the petrol tank now is. This would be a safer, cleaner way to run small cars. They would only really need to be charged up in winter, unless you have some light set up in your garage that shines a special UV light on the cars. Thus once again using less electricity.

My 7 year old son and I just had a conversation about it, and we decided it would be a good invention.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


Our genius president is already doing that with Solyndra....oh, nevermind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28914220


But have they thought about charging it up by parking them in a special garage, under a special, and safe, UVligh?. No connecting up to power points,only a minimal amout of electricity to power the light.

It may be expensive in the startup, but the savings to the environment would be astrological, in the long run. Particularly if we could get everyone on board, and the government used some of that Carbon Tax incentive to subsidize part of the cost.

Unless they're too busy using the money to blow up innocent civilians to protect someone elses oil interests.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo

So we bust our ass saving the enviroment (which is a joke) and China and India pollutes all the way to the industrial bank. Are you related to Al Gore?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28914220


If we're going to change the world we have to be the smarter, more rational, first world, and lead by example.

China and India have more pressing problems that need to be sorted. Namely overpopulation.

Actually China could solve it's overpopulation problem if the people stopped thinking in terms of the family group, but gather together in self sufficient social groups. Small clans, that share the work load and share the harvest. This would alleviate the need to breed like rabbits as the load is shared amongst the clan, and not dependent on breeding sons.

The Chinese would need to get rid of their competitiveness against on another, and humble themselves.

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