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Old 02-23-2010, 12:02 AM   #1
NeoEmc2
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Default Bloombox - Free energy here we go!

Don't know if anyone was watching this last night but I find it to be pretty incredible. This is going to be one of the most planet changing devices of 2010 in my opinion.

Time to get off the power grid!

http://www.wtsp.com/news/mostpop/sto...9&provider=top
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Old 02-23-2010, 02:09 AM   #2
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Don't know if anyone was watching this last night but I find it to be pretty incredible. This is going to be one of the most planet changing devices of 2010 in my opinion.

Time to get off the power grid!

http://www.wtsp.com/news/mostpop/sto...9&provider=top


What is so planet changing about this?

It is a fuel cell.


They have been making fuel cells since the 80's or earlier.


I can sell you one if you want. Shipped straight from Taiwan.

You put hydrogen in and get electricity out.
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Old 02-23-2010, 03:13 AM   #3
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Default Re: Bloombox - Free energy here we go!

Yes I saw it and posted a brief link yesterday. There must be something of value to it for Fed X, E-Bay, Google and Walmart to have secretly allowed it to be installed in their corporate offices. It seems to be working for them with great success. No one got excited about it when I posted it either but I think it's a real breakthrough because, unlike Tesla's work, it can't be hidden now. It's out in the open.
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Don't know if anyone was watching this last night but I find it to be pretty incredible. This is going to be one of the most planet changing devices of 2010 in my opinion.

Time to get off the power grid!

http://www.wtsp.com/news/mostpop/sto...9&provider=top
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Old 02-23-2010, 06:06 AM   #4
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Yes I saw it and posted a brief link yesterday. There must be something of value to it for Fed X, E-Bay, Google and Walmart to have secretly allowed it to be installed in their corporate offices. It seems to be working for them with great success. No one got excited about it when I posted it either but I think it's a real breakthrough because, unlike Tesla's work, it can't be hidden now. It's out in the open.

Unlike Tesla's work it requires an input of fuel to run.


From the article:

He invented a new kind of fuel cell, which is like a very skinny battery that always runs. Sridhar feeds oxygen to it on one side, and fuel on the other. The two combine within the cell to create a chemical reaction that produces electricity.


Like I said, it's a fuel cell. They have been around since the early 80's.

It uses gas and oxygen... just like a car engine.

So unless you have a 'free' supply of gas then this is pointless.


Tesla technology on the other hand requires no input of Fuel.

That is why they don't teach people about Tesla in Rockefeller funded child prisons (schools) even though he is responsible for many of the conveniences of our 'modern' way of life.
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Old 02-23-2010, 04:52 PM   #5
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Bluestix - You seem to be absolutely correct in your anology. You have no debate here. Would you say that it at least uses less fuel than we currently use and takes up far less space than solar panels? Could it be a step in the right direction?

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Unlike Tesla's work it requires an input of fuel to run.


From the article:

He invented a new kind of fuel cell, which is like a very skinny battery that always runs. Sridhar feeds oxygen to it on one side, and fuel on the other. The two combine within the cell to create a chemical reaction that produces electricity.


Like I said, it's a fuel cell. They have been around since the early 80's.

It uses gas and oxygen... just like a car engine.

So unless you have a 'free' supply of gas then this is pointless.


Tesla technology on the other hand requires no input of Fuel.

That is why they don't teach people about Tesla in Rockefeller funded child prisons (schools) even though he is responsible for many of the conveniences of our 'modern' way of life.
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