It is OBVIOUS. (eer)

It is OBVIOUS. (eer)
Eer is obvious.
I have battled with experts for many years about it, and taken deserved lumps
for my lack of math to back it up.
But, eer is just plain obvious. To miss it would be a shame - we NEED it.
We can collect energy from the sun, the wind, waves, tides, etc.
We can STORE that energy - and there is such an unlimited supply of sources,
that losses are not a problem.
We have technology for electric cars, and electricity has long been our way of
distributing energy for other energy needs.
Frank
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FEerguy9
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It is OBVIOUS. (eer)
Eer is obvious.
I have battled with experts for many years about it, and taken deserved lumps for my lack of math to back it up.
But, eer is just plain obvious. To miss it would be a shame - we NEED it.
We can collect energy from the sun, the wind, waves, tides, etc.
We can STORE that energy - and there is such an unlimited supply of sources, that losses are not a problem.
We have technology for electric cars, and electricity has long been our way of distributing energy for other energy needs.
Frank
Reply to
FEerguy9
in article snipped-for-privacy@mb-m26.news.cs.com, FEerguy9 at snipped-for-privacy@cs.com wrote on 11/3/03 8:17 AM:
If you want to silence your critics, including me, merely make a working model. One percent efficiency will do for a demonstration.
Bill
Reply to
Repeating Decimal
Too much work.
Frank
Reply to
FEerguy9
But spamming the Usenet isn't. ...go figgure kidz.
Reply to
Keith R. Williams
Okay - here is my working model.
Pick up a lump of coal, and just modernize it in your mind.
Best I can do.
Frank
Reply to
FEerguy9

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