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Post  Kthomp06 on Thu Sep 10, 2009 6:02 pm

I've been think about this subject for a while and batteries just didn't seem to do it for me. I had asked this question a while bad and I think it got over looked so here it is again.

Has anyone though how you’re going to power her and I mean with out using batteries, because my laptop only runs for an hour or so on batteries? Well I have and it could run for say 100 years and it not nuclear or fusion or solar and it environmentally safe

And here is a video that started me thinking. It's Perendev Magnetic Motor.



I started to build one of these and I'm trying to get it to the size of a Tuna can.


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Post  Kthomp06 on Thu Sep 10, 2009 7:25 pm

Here's the one I've been working on. It's made from a cutting board. I have 30 magnets and I'm working on the side parts so that they'll fit inside the unit. I will be adding coil windings to try and creat 48 volts DC, I think that should be enough I don't know.



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