...but taking it seriously, I don't think the windmill ruse is for the sake of getting your neighbors to accept it. I think it's to distract the potential buyer from the fact that the product is impossible.
After all, every time I hear "windmill", it's shortly followed by "NIMBY!" from potential neighbors. OTOH, why would a magical device pulling energy from the earth's magnetic fields need to be visible at all? Why not just stick it in your basement or attic or tool shed and not annoy your neighbors at all?
OTOH, why would a magical device pulling energy from the earth's magnetic fields need to be visible at all? Why not just stick it in your basement or attic or tool shed and not annoy your neighbors at all?
If you wanna read some really wacko stuff you should read more of that site. They have everything from acetone in the fuel to all-magnet motors to fuel less combustion engines. My favorite is the heater that uses electrolysis to great the fuel it burns to heat instead of just heating an element.
They do, however, have a couple of ideas that I think are really interesting but you have to wade through a lot of garbage to get to them, like the hydroelectric generator that uses the whirlpool effect to make up for a lack of head and is supposed to be much safer for fish.
I always thought it be fun to have a windmill hooked to a compressor for a ground source heat pump to produce hot water. Store it in a tank and heat your house with it! Winters here are insanely windy.
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