5 Amazing RENEWABLE ENERGY Ideas Why don't perpetual motion machines 5 months ago   12:08

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Some amazing renewable energy projects. THUMBNAIL is the 3rd product in the video - Altaeros BAT. For more information follow the links below.
0:06 ➤ Limitless Energy Graphene Project - https://billionsinchange.com/solutions/limitless-energy/, http://www.stage2innovations.com/
2:53 ➤ Turbulent Hydro - http://www.turbulent.be/
5:16 ➤ Altaeros BAT (Buoyant Airborne Turbine) - http://www.altaeros.com/
7:26 ➤ Dynamic Tidal Power - https://www.powerdtp.nl/
9:43 ➤ Floating Solar - https://www.ciel-et-terre.net/

Some other cool renewable energy projects:
Nuclear Fusion Reactor - https://ufl.ae/videow/DxD7XkeJ8tQ, https://www.iter.org/
Nuclear Waste Reactor - https://ufl.ae/videow/Fe7T3W9UrAK, http://gehitachiprism.com/

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Eniya S
extracting the earth's core temperature will lead the earth to a great disaster. when earth loses all its temperature, the earth is no longer a place for life. graphene is a good invention. but extracting geothermal energy is not good for future
blue280485
All these are amazing renewable energy technologies!
You should have also included Eco Wave Power and Hann-Ocean Drakoo Wave Energy Converter in this list!
Michael J
So you don't care what anybody's position on global warming is, yet you rely on them to agree with you that what we have now is bad? Explain how your logic works? That aside, rather than force people to adopt what you think is a great idea, has the thought of marketing your idea come to mind? It seems demand was the driving factor for behind the popularity of fossil fuels. If you want them replaced, offer something better & cheaper.
Paulina Dackiw
I see a BRIGHT future!!! Except, for the first one. Wouldn't what ever you would use that is down there eventually run out?🌍
Mike Wazowski
yes yes search for the unlimited energy , lazyass shit
David Muniz
BUT the Earth is hollow
NorxMAL
All the ideas are fucking stupid except perhaps one, which isn't that wonderful either...

Most of them wouldn't be suitable for large infrastructure deployment; most of them seems more fitted for small and isolated areas; I'm excluding the first one, because it's most likely lunacy, and would most likely not be worth it and/or attainable for a long time (read below)! The last one I will mention below, what the issues with it are!

First one, yeah, like it's no deal to fucking drill to the fucking mantle! They never heard about Kola Superdeep Borehole? Also, we should not fuck with the fucking mantle of this planet which we don't know nearly enough about, not to mention the all the other hypothesized "layers"! Also, the energy is not fucking unlimited; just that they keep saying that over and over speaks volumes about how unscientific they are! Also, how fucking environmentally friendly is it to dig such deep holes, and all the fucking materials required both for the drilling and the graphite conductor? Not to mention we could essentially make a new volcano or perhaps worse!

Second (Small Hydroplant):It's a sweet idea, nothing new; but it's for small and rural areas more or less.

Third (Wind turbine in the sky; Altaeros BAT): Well, I love to see how they battle with the problem of having to get helium, which is becoming less and less on this planet (It escapes into space if it gets into the atmosphere)! Helium is very difficult to contain in light structures, so yeah, it is most likely they need to refill those "balloons" pretty often! It is perhaps a great temporary solution for remote areas. But for large scale, NOPE! There is a reason why helium were cheap, but it is surely to become more and more expensive. Only foreseeable way of helium being so readily available for mass deployment of these, I can see; is if we can get Fusion Reactors going... But if we get those going, why would we need these anymore? Check out ITER, it might be finished building 2025-2035! Yeah, it is that massive, and several countries have helped fund it.

Third (Dynamic Tidal Power dam): Yeah, how often is the tide? Oh is it like twice a day for limited periods? Yeah, where are you going to store all the energy for the usage in-between the tides (This is a problem we already have with both wind and solar power; this would be a lot more difficult than both combined!)? Doesn't seem feasible to be able to continuously get power from tides; also the maintenance is going to be significant with current technology. Also, China being involved is a big tip off that this particular venture is bullshit! If China were to build this, it would last less than 10 years, if not less than 2! Also, it would not be the first time they tricked the public/world, with bullshit environmental charades...

Fourth (Floating solar panels): Yeah; it could perhaps be used some places. BUT, do we really need more micro-plastics in bodies of water? Seriously? Sure, it could be used in artificial ponds etc, where it doesn't reach the ocean or streams perhaps, in arid areas with lots of sun; as it would double as reducing water evaporation as well. But it is still solar panels, and they are all fixed to one angle, they don't track the sun, reducing their efficiency significantly...
Artur
is the bat rain and thunder proof?>
bobby Sowa
We can also use OSMOSIS- to create energy. Imagine- heating and cooling water to bring raise and fall
Mohamed Ameri
Seriously? You want to mess up the earths magnetic field for some energy?
AT Poe
Wondering if investing into Altaeros will pay in the long run?
AT Poe
neat
李RandomLee
Stupid Ideas.
George Gates
Is there ANYONE with enough logical brain power to realize that we have to replace the heat we have taken out of the planet? Geothermal heat, by itself, is only good for roughly 10 years. Then that area produces no heat in the winter.
George Gates
There is A REASON for the planet retaining heat! Keep of screwing with the planet and we might have a tragedy like loosing the Van Allen belts. These belts keep us from losing out atmosphere to the solar wind created by the sun.
Ms6f33tunder
hmmmmm 9:30
Ms6f33tunder
And water on Mars, right?
Ms6f33tunder
and there's gotta be life on Mars right?
Ms6f33tunder
what about a dyson spere the more real life won not the won were it covers the star
Anna Beynon
what source of energy is used for the machines used to create the cables?
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Why don't perpetual motion machines 5 Amazing RENEWABLE ENERGY Ideas 5 months ago   05:31

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Perpetual motion machines — devices that can do work indefinitely without any external energy source — have captured many inventors’ imaginations because they could totally transform our relationship with energy. There’s just one problem: they don’t work. Why not? Netta Schramm describes the pitfalls of perpetual motion machines.

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