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September 25, 2018, 04:20:47 AM
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and you get acquainted with the works of the brilliant scientist Tesla? his work on the study of electricity ahead of time. because he experienced wireless transmission of electricity and getting it out of the atmosphere. he almost succeeded. the problem is that this is not allowed to develop, because then it will not be necessary so much oil. hydrocarbon engines and energy in general - this is a dead end.
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September 25, 2018, 04:58:24 AM
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he almost succeeded. the problem is that this is not allowed to develop, because then it will not be necessary so much oil.
No, the problem is that wireless power transmission is inefficient and only works over short distances. All these "Telsa invented free energy and why aren't we using it?" nutjobs fail to understand two basic facts:

1) Wireless power is already ubiquitous and is used in pretty much every application where it's physically possible.
Seriously, wireless power is everywhere, even in your very home. Your electric toothbrush charger uses wireless power. You probably have many devices that use wireless power that you don't even realise.

2) More importantly, power transmission is not the same thing as generating and storing energy.
To transmit power, whether with wires or without, you first have to generate energy and then store it somewhere. Hydrocarbon fuels contain more energy per unit mass than anything short of nuclear power. When it comes to storing energy, there's literally nothing better than hydrocarbons; no battery even comes close. Producing energy from hydrocarbons is problematic, due to pollution and the fact that we'll eventually run out, which is where renewable energy comes in, but work is being done on using renewable energy to convert carbon dioxide and water back into hydrocarbons to get the best of both worlds. None of this has anything whatsoever to do with wireless power transmission, which is completely irrelevant to the use of hydrocarbon fuels for energy.

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September 25, 2018, 10:01:08 AM
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None of this has anything whatsoever to do with wireless power transmission, which is completely irrelevant to the use of hydrocarbon fuels for energy.
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Currently, there are 3 types of energy transfer.
1. Inductance coils.
Disadvantages:
- low power
- short distances
- coefficient of efficiency <40%
Transmission is almost impossible. About this Testa wrote in 1899.
so he began to study and put experiments with atmospheric electricity.
These are exploring it covered with mysteries and mysteries.
2. Transmission of energy by microwaves, with a wavelength of 12 centimeters.
The problem here is that it was easy to convert energy into microwaves, but back
3.energy transfer by laser.
It is possible only in an airless space, because in the air the laser loses more than 95% of the power.

And what about the storage of energy, then the energy needs to be worked out in the right amount at the time when it is needed. And since Tesla's atmospheric electricity has many secrets and mysteries, we can consider, for example, cold fusion, which is much safer, more ecological. Although they say that this is not possible, it is not so. There were ready working models of reactors with successful processes.
I tend to believe that someone is trying not to let such technologies.
For example, there are ready-made engines on the water, instead of hydrocarbons. With a very simple property of decomposition of water into hydrogen and oxygen. But they are allowed to develop .
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September 25, 2018, 02:35:05 PM
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and you get acquainted with the works of the brilliant scientist Tesla? his work on the study of electricity ahead of time. because he experienced wireless transmission of electricity and getting it out of the atmosphere. he almost succeeded. the problem is that this is not allowed to develop, because then it will not be necessary so much oil. hydrocarbon engines and energy in general - this is a dead end.

Actually, all of the power that Tesla moved around through wireless transmission was the product of fossil fuel combustion.
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September 26, 2018, 02:27:12 AM
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And that brings us to the real point. The energy of carbohydrates is ALIVE.

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September 26, 2018, 03:05:46 AM
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And that brings us to the real point. The energy of carbohydrates is ALIVE.

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no one denies this. I say that the world economy is built on hydrocarbons. and the development of other energy brakes intentionally, read how many scientists die under strange circumstances. those scientists who develop clean energy
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September 27, 2018, 01:37:33 AM
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Is this reasonable? Every time there is a new discovery, with better excellence it is definitely difficult to develop. I think this is politics, they want the produce to be sold with great profits. but don't think about the future, what if the earth continues to take its energy Huh??
boooom ... everything will disappear. Huh

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