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Just lol a little fiction for thought... I'm sure some knowledgeable people will post some useful realistic possibilities in response...

Aren't micro transmitters and conversion modules wonderful? Using everything possible in my house, it all now generates electricity. It all started with unused but still functioning solar panels on the roof(true fact). Realizing they had once been attached to a huge water heater that no longer worked, (pure fiction from here on out) :D

My friend, who is a electronic designer and engineer, and I made plans. We reworked the water heater and solar panels and we created the following system:

The nano-converters cover at least part of the surfaces of several items. In some cases only a few are needed as we perfect this energy recovery and redirection to transmitters that are conected to a house hold grid that powers the house and supplies excess energy to our local power supplier earning us currently $20.00 per week.

We have many sources that add excess surface heat generated as a by product of simple operation of the device. Let's look closer. The well pump-and it's exterior- an outside shed, the house exterior, heating vents, and roof, the stove, air conditioner/heater, TV, cars,-as well as the people and animals living here-, and, of course the computers, and other electric consuming devices such as radios all generate excess heat. That is converted back into electricity and fed wirelessly into the household grid that is also connected to the outside supplier of electricity for feeding them our excess.

We are now looking at expanding from the one electric wind generator in the back yard to three or four more at varying heights due to the blade size required. In addition we are seeking to siphon off the excess heat from other parts of our property.

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Tags: 3, Act, design, futuristic, imagination, power

Comment by Murray Sterley on March 21, 2010 at 7:39pm
Another classic imaginative blog!
Comment by John D. Boyden on March 26, 2010 at 12:04am
Thanks :)

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