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Charge a battery from Atmospheric static

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Carl:

--- Quote from: Alan Georges on August 30, 2016, 09:33:27 PM ---That last part makes it all moot for me!  Interesting idea though Carl, thanks for posting.

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Yea,it is hard to get static when you are below water...but I am working on a battery charge project that involves a plastic comb and a cat....it will revolutionize the home power industry... :spit:

vardaman:
Lots on Youtube...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENeDkGce5-4&list=PLUd8qSRI_F8hiP__pNG4cx2r_xuN3iv8w&index=6

iam4liberty:
Who is John Galt?  Now we know.   ;)

Alan Georges:

--- Quote from: iam4liberty on September 01, 2016, 06:27:01 AM ---Who is John Galt?  Now we know.   ;)

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And why Galt's Gulch is in Colorado.  This thing requires lots of cool, dry wind and "Galt's Swamp" just doesn't have the weather.

Cedar:
^^ My question up there was serious. With all that crackling and popping I am presuming that is static electricity. Would this be safe or not Carl? Maybe not right under them, but even sorta close?

Cedar

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