Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
Subject: Re: eer
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Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2002 12:21:04 +0100
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"FEerguy9" wrote in message
> Extra crispy revised edition......there are some mistakes in here
> In one sentence, I am saying that a very, very advanced capacitor is
> and would accommodate most of the energy problems we have today --
> does the job that the energy function of oil now does.
> An energy concept
> Yes, there is a 21st Law of Thermodynamics. That is no knock on
> a reference to the 21st century, and the new technology it has
> Simply stated, it is, "No energy concept involving renewables shall
> considered unless the word 'diffuse' is used, understood, and taken
> Faraday could not have seen this coming. In his day, there was not
> multitude of diffuse renewable energy sources available, which can be
> to electricity.
> If human beings are ever to use renewable, natural energy sources,
> have to take into consideration the diffuse nature of sunlight, wind,
> etc. I was actually surprised to find that Faraday, himself, used the
> "diffuse" in his writings. But, this was in reference to the spread
> on capacitor plates, and not the UN-concentrated free energy that is
> today for conversion to electricity.
> There is NO way around this Law. By that, I mean that there in no way
> solving the "diffuse problem," before we are able to put renewable
> sources to work in any effective way.
> A goal......an idea......a prediction.......energy is easy........
there is no
> We don't need oil.
> We don't need batteries.
> We don't need internal combustion engines.
> We don't need fusion.
> We don't need hybrids.
> We don't need hydrogen-powered cars.
> We don't need ethanol.
> We don't need natural gas.
> We don't need methane.
> We don't even need efficiency.
> We don't even need conservation.
> All we need are the renewable energy sources that God - in His
> -- provided us.
This is where I stop reading. Your a nutter.
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