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Post Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 2:23 am   
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ah sorry man missed a bunch of that post some how. derpish at times i guess lol
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Post Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 2:23 am   
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pretty cool idea bomb.. Just trying to wrap my head around it.
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Post Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 2:25 am   
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This dude

http://inhabitat.com/malawi-youth-builds-windmill-to-power-village/malawi-village-wind-turbine-william-kamkwamba-wind-power-in-malawi-soyapi-african-student-builds-wind-turbine-malawi-youth-builds-wind-turbines-wind-power-in-africa-wind-power-in-the-developing-2/

Figured out how to build a wind turbine with no books, no school, no college, no training, out of junk. I have home studided an open univeristy couse in natural science, studied engineering as a sound engineer for the past 2 years, and researched science and tech on the internet while i was depressed and unable to work.

My mates think playing emulators are a waste of time when we have so many new games.

I've spent my time over the past lifetime honing my intelligence using every tool at my disposal.

People still don't believe me about my slimline xbox 1 with xbmc that I meet irl. People I know see hacking a console as "a waste of time" they consider things such as CFW's as evil when we all support the videogame industry as much as we can afford. I've been through massive amounts of povery my lifetime but always bought as many games as I could possibly afford.

Piracy isn't a problem, the cost of the software is and the distribution medium. No physical medium no physical cost.

We don't have high spec games consoles because it's cost effective to sell you things in stages. They can charge a higher premium.


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Post Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 2:34 am   
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Do you even know about Graphene batterys? That need a small amount of charge, store a large amount of energy and output a steady stream of energy.

http://gigaom.com/2013/04/29/holy-graphene-giving-batteries-a-boost-with-graphene-and-tiny-holes/

You can make a graphene battery with a CD burner, CD, and Graphite fluid.
They are basically the dream superconductors we've needed for flexible
screens.

What about quantum entaglement?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_entanglement

We can entangle atoms so when you put a positive charge to one, the other turns over. Instantly, no water what distance. With this technology in modems your looking at an instant network.

How about this? With AMOLED see through glasses with graphene batteries, you could have virtual world super imposed onto what you see, which would require a small time to charge and last a very long time.



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Post Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 2:35 am   
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that's awesome. you can do that with a old alternator from a scrap car to. if you rotate it in the opposite direction you will generate ac power instead of dc. you could easily make blades to spin it in the desired direction and have i nice little wind farm that way to. nad it does work to i tried it with an old tv on a windy day and it fired right up! I really want to try this idea out in smaller scale though would be cool to mess around with.
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Post Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 2:39 am   
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I don't know squat about alternators or cars but if you could build one out of a scrap car SICK


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Post Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 2:42 am   
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I saw a docu about a dude who left his rich New York lifestyle to life self sufficently in the desert in texas. He has a water tank to collect rainwater to heat the water for a hot shower heated by the sun, he has a thing built out of scrap metal to use as a cooker, he has water storage for drinking. In the texas desert with a big tub to catch water. He lives of rattle snake bbq.


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Anyways, I can't keep working on this complete and utter "Theory". The information is there to build not only a prototype but an entire facility. We could use all things we have access to right now that are already built.

We have the knowledge and technology for a completely submersive virtual reality, instanous internet downloads, free electricity, free food, free resources.

There has been a governement conspiracy to create racial tension and segregation, to prevent cross breading of different races as a more diverse genetic pool means higher intelligence. Fortunately my family totally bucked this trend. My mum was the first half caste person in the country her dad being sri lankan, my nan being irish, my scottish grandad fell in love with a german women in war time dispute all the racial hostility.


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Important information concerning the properties of hemp seed.

http://www.ratical.org/renewables/hempseed1.html

http://www.thehempstore.co.uk/

My mate had some hemp seeds, through them in his garden and they grew plants without any maintenance what so ever.


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Post Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 2:52 am   
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in arizona here people coil black tubing on there roofs and pump there pool water through it to heat there pool in winter, keeps it a tosty 84 or so degree's lol. all kinds of stuff like this going on in arizona, total green state pertty cool really
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