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Electricity from electromagnetic waves

In 2020, I would like to develop a converter for generating electricity and become an entrepreneur. How? read on.....

All electromagnetic waves essentially possess both magnetic and electrical properties. Hence, any such waves can be converted to electricity. Also it can be stored for future use. We need a converter for this to happen.

This will open up new door for green energy and help our energy starved nation besides globe in general. Also it can be stored for future use. An example of what is in store with this technology may be like you receive a phone-call and it will recharge the battery of your cell phone as well. Likewise, computer battery will be recharged with the use of internet.

All industrial houses and general public will willingly pay for this product as energy requirements are increasing every day.

All industrial houses and general public will willingly pay for this product as energy requirements are increasing every day. Indirect competitors will be energy suppliers—both conventional and non-conventional.

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Comment by Kevin Carolan on March 21, 2010 at 2:58pm
Good idea, but needs more work. Longer wavelength waves, like radio, carry less energy than shorter wavelengths, like visible light or x rays. They may not contain that much energy. It would be worth looking into though.
Comment by Kevin Carolan on March 21, 2010 at 3:40pm
Err - is that possible? GM is usually on simple one gene traits, doing something that complex would be a hell of a project.
Comment by Tomás Boncompte Lezaeta on March 21, 2010 at 5:37pm
Nice idea

I don't think it's possible, but I would be thrilled to be proven wrong. :D
Comment by Murray Sterley on March 21, 2010 at 6:49pm
Nice, more green energy!
Comment by Rahul Dewanjee on March 21, 2010 at 7:43pm
There is an incredible amount of freshness in what Panamericana proposed here. Let's hope someday that will be possible as well.

Good luck to Pradip for making all this coming through. Will be glad to know the cost structures of this project to evaluate against government incentives for green energy generation. Will you sell anything to the Power Grid as well?

+1 for Entrepreneurship for at least taking the leap.
Comment by Pradip Dey on March 22, 2010 at 5:18am
Dear fellow EVOKErs,
Good day!
I have pondered about Panamericana's response vis-a-vis that of Kevin's. With the little knowledge that I have on GM crops, I go with Kevin. But I also know that any idea can be operationalised with some modification.
Thanks and regards.
Comment by Patricio Buenrostro-Gilhuys on March 22, 2010 at 5:24am
Very interesting!!! I wonder if there is anyone working on the converter that Pradip is talking about. Are you aware of any research in this direction?
Comment by Lynn Caldwell on March 22, 2010 at 12:32pm
Hi Pradip! Excellent idea - it's the ideas that people think are impossible - they are the ones most likely to come about...best of luck with contacting physists, scientists and a really good finanancial backer and marketing team....if you send this idea to all people that might possibly be in the situation of discovering this while they are doing something else (for example, big physics labs who are working on power conversions, GM researchers, etc) you'll get the idea into their mindset, and they might accidentally tumble on something - they'll have you in mind, and you'll get your idea off the ground - (Yup, I'm still firmly Nassim Taleb inspired ;oO)
Don't give up, Pradip - who knows what secret inventions big companies are coming up with? All will seem impossible to us, but one day, they will be commonplace. Take care, Lynn. :o)
Comment by Lim Wei Chiang Bryan on March 22, 2010 at 12:51pm
hope this can be achieved some day...good imagination..but i'll stay tuned to see if this can become reality...

any physics experts here to help out?
Comment by Pradip Dey on March 22, 2010 at 1:59pm
Thanks, Lim for inspiration. Regards.


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