thats a pretty nifty idea.. if u ask me it works pretty well, but could work a lot better.. possibilities are endless.. its ridiculous how much thermal/wind/solar/water/etc energy we can be getting in the world as opposed to all the nuclear power we have.. the fact that we dont take advantage as a world makes people like us search for the bigger electrical secrets i guess..
its funny cause technically this would be considered "gravity" powered being that the moons gravity is supposed to be responsible for waves right? its a big ass tank circuit whos continuous forever-oscillation is caused by gravity, which in itself is not supposed to be physically possible.
ive also seen a vid showing something similar but it was a long "snake" looking thing where its body would go up and down per the waves in segments causing some type of pistons to operate i guess. i mean really "one wave" being so much collective water weight has ridiculous potential power.
[on the gravy train with biscuit wheels]
Edited by - Magneticitist on January 07 2012 20:10:21
Hi Doug and MAG, this one here gives you a better understanding for what is possible with waves. I`ve read somewhere that GOOGLE is/was planning on using this one for their massive cloud server. One thing is certain, waves are very powerfull.
Yeah now that I think of it, if they mount it in a mini cove where the actuation could be exaggerated it would really work well. I remember we would go to this cove in SantaCruz where the rising and the falling of the water was about 6 meters of water.
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