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Thai man invents pollution free generator that doesn’t need fuel

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1 hour ago, Shadychris said:

You must be forgetting that the vast majority of TV members who like to think they are so superior, and ready to criticise Thai's intelligence at every opportunity, arent actually smart enough themselves to learn the Thai language.. 

A  language  not  used universally you mean

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2 hours ago, bluesofa said:

Would that make it wind powered?

Yes but only if he had a turbine strapped to his ass which helped crank the machine. Oh my goodness I just solved the problem of free energy!🤪

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I'm investing in a Hamster farm right now.  No need to hand crank it.

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Not knocking his ingenuity, but aren't the clockwork radios that are manufactured and distributed to areas with no mains or locally generated power the same concept ? I realise that running a radio is less power demanding than  say lights , water pumps or AC's, but would say it has to be the same concept. Anyway good on him for sticking to his build.

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Reminds me of cranking the churn for homemade ice cream. Gear it up and connect it to a bicycle and I might get more interested. I'm sure that's already been done though...

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Total quackery. This invention had been invented a hundred times... even before the National Inquirer first published it over 50 years ago. The laws of thermodynamics come into play showing that this silliness is a total ruse. 

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Hi guys criticizing this post and the invention. What have you ever invented?

 

To criticize is easy and with the point of view of those who grew up in a country that provided everything you needed without having to look for it's absolutely incomprehensible.

 

If here just one single individual is hard working to find new approaches to an existing lack or a problem you don't know any better than to make it look stupid.

 

Before criticizing me due to an English that isn't perfect at all...what languages to you speak and write apart of English. Just saying.

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17 hours ago, Crossy said:

Let's not knock the guy, he's designed and built a useful power supply

 

You can't produce more energy than what goes in. How much energy can a person produce in 15 minutes? That's the absolute limit of what it can do.

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32 minutes ago, Duck J Butters said:

Will probably get dinged for saying this but there are basically cures for HIV 

Link please.

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In 5 years time, he will have the brilliant idea to use a treadmill, instead of winding by hand.

 

Wait, that is my idea! Nobel prize please.

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18 hours ago, Crossy said:

But of course, no detail of just how much energy it produces for 8 hours.

 

and, there's no such thing as a new idea https://thegadgetflow.com/blog/wind-up-generator/

 

And way before now was the outback Australian "peddle radio".

 

https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwih-N--8ZzjAhUTOisKHcgMB8cQjRx6BAgBEAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nla.gov.au%2Fblogs%2Fbehind-the-scenes%2F2016%2F10%2F24%2Fdiscovering-the-pedal-radio&psig=AOvVaw2Ly5iNV-aU8cc_zXlzuCj3&ust=1562385434776277

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Yes primitive technology using a spring. Hand cranking.. haha. Why not just hook up a stationary bike and do it then? This is not groundbreaking. 

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53 minutes ago, Liss Camber said:

Hi guys criticizing this post and the invention. What have you ever invented?

 

To criticize is easy and with the point of view of those who grew up in a country that provided everything you needed without having to look for it's absolutely incomprehensible.

 

If here just one single individual is hard working to find new approaches to an existing lack or a problem you don't know any better than to make it look stupid.

 

Before criticizing me due to an English that isn't perfect at all...what languages to you speak and write apart of English. Just saying.

You must be new?

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6 hours ago, lonewolf99 said:

I have one of those Trevor Bayliss radios. after cranking for 120 turns you get about 15 - 20 mins of listening time. However you can install 4 triple A's in it as well and it runs for weeks/months.

Before modern hand held radios and satellite phones - maritime vessels carried a hand crank MF radio in the lifeboats. A crew member hand cranked whilst the Radio Officer (if he survived) could send and receive Morse messages. If no crew member survived that could send or receive morse code - the radio looked like what it resembled, a heavy metal box.

 

So as already stated - nothing knew in hand cranking/pedalling to get power.

 

When it comes to energy and power output - the law of diminishing returns always wins. i.e. if you have to put more in than you are getting out - forget it.  

 

Solar, wind and wave power are the best options. But in LoS this does not work as the equipment needs something called maintenance - a word with no equivalent in Thai.

 

 

 

 

Ah, the Marconi Salvita.  Happy days!

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