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Posted by Leonard Abbott on September 4, 2008, 11:16 am
 
There is an abundant reliable, renewable energy source, that has gone
unnoticed.

There is more renewable energy in the open sea, than all the oil in the
middle East.

Energy from the sea is not only free it is far more reliable and
inexpensive than solar cells or wind power.

 I have invented a motor that runs on the up and down motion of waves in
the sea..
The up and down motion of waves is converted to circular motion to turn
the shaft..

i have found There is enough energy in 2 square yard of sea, to spin a
500 watt generator..

Multiply 2 yards by 500,  means 2,000 square yards of seal power will
spin a
500,000 watt generator...

The up and down movement of waves can also power A ship around the world
without using a drop of fossil fuel. great news for global warming
advocates.

len


Posted by Stephen Wolstenholme on September 4, 2008, 11:30 am
 
On Thu, 4 Sep 2008 06:16:52 -0500, leonard-abbott@webtv.net (Leonard
Abbott) wrote:


There are many wave powered generators already being used. It has
hardly gone unnoticed.

Steve

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Posted by Eeyore on September 4, 2008, 11:47 am
 

Leonard Abbott wrote:


Well develop it and sell it then !

Graham


Posted by bealiba on September 4, 2008, 12:52 pm
 On Sep 4, 9:16 pm, leonard-abb...@webtv.net (Leonard Abbott) wrote:

Well if it's free send me one. I live more than a hundred Km from the
ocean so I can test your assertion that it is "free"and more reliable
than wind or solar, or is it just less expensive.

Doubt it, saw my first more than 30 years ago,and more than a dozen
since.


Not new.

How many yards in a seal?

Already been done.


Posted by z on September 4, 2008, 8:24 pm
 leonard-abbott@webtv.net (Leonard Abbott) wrote in news:10431-48C03BF0-
650@storefull-3311.bay.webtv.net:


I was in scotland when they gave the wave generator a test run up there..
didn't last too long in the north sea.

The hardest part, seems to me, is engineering a system that is robust
enough to withstand the winter storms.  It can be done, but its pretty
expensive to create such a strong structure.  If it costs more to make
the thing than you can produce you're SOL.

If you can crack that issue the rest should be cake.

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