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Electricity from SAND..lol ..it works!

The core of this technology is simply sand.

The sand is the raw material used to make wafers that can make electricity.

Oxygen is pumped in on one side and natural gas on the other. The two combine inside the cell to create a chemical reaction that produces electricity. No burning, no combustion, no power lines from outside

A half-dozen big companies have already bought this technology at a cost of $700,000 to $800,000. But Sridhar’s (the inventor - Bloom… Continue

Posted on March 22, 2010 at 2:11pm — 5 Comments

Electricity from a tree !

There’s enough power in trees to run an electronic circuit, says a new study.

A study last year led by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) found that plants generate up to 200 millivolts when one electrode is placed in a plant and the other in the surrounding soil.

University of Washington (UW) associate professor of electrical engineering and study co-author have since started a company developing forest sensors that exploit this new power source. The UW team sought… Continue

Posted on March 22, 2010 at 2:02pm — 2 Comments

Cows give us everything, why not ask for even electricity!

Cows. And in fact, farm animals in general. Although it lacks charm, manure is an energy powerhouse, releasing countless tons of natural methane. A study at the University of Texas has estimated that this manure could represent 100 billion kwH of electricity a year. And there’s more: cows also generate methane in other ways that could yet be put to work.

Posted on March 20, 2010 at 5:03pm — 4 Comments

Now even Roads generate electricity !!

Let’s keep those cars on the road – because the weight of vehicles driving over metal plates could be used to generate electricity. (Perfect for lining public transport routes).

Usually you expect cars to require a power source. Now if what a company that calls itself an incubator of energy ideas comes to fruition, the actual movement of cars over the road might generate electricity. Octillion Corp. says it is devoting some of its resources to the development of safe, economically… Continue

Posted on March 20, 2010 at 4:53pm

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At 5:39am on March 29, 2010, Wintermute said…
In regards to making the challenges being difficult; you the user can set your own difficulty level. Yes it is possible to complete a challenge by typing random words and then tagging it correctly, I certainly wouldn't feel satisfied. If you are not feeling challenged then I would encouraged you to work much harder--its like exercise, work until you feel the burn!
At 8:51am on March 25, 2010, Pradip Dey said…
Thanks Roshan for invitation. Let's share knowledge in EVOKE platform. Regards.
At 6:47am on March 21, 2010, Jane McGonigal said…
Well, the greatest challenge in the missions each week is the ACT challenge. Did you successfully increase at least one person's food security? have you converted the power supply for something you use each day? If you really do these missions, I think you will definitely get the rush of an epic win ^_^
At 5:56am on March 21, 2010, Jane McGonigal said…
Thanks for sharing these ideas!
The Epic Win is, of course, the EVOKATION! Have you noticed the EVOKATION side bar? Check it out, that is your epic win for EVOKE....
At 1:52pm on March 20, 2010, Sylvain Ratelle said…
Hi TJ, thank you for becoming a friend, let's review our blogs and don't hesitate to comment and support, talk to you soon, regards

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