Microwave Fly Wheel Battery Engine. News&Opinion
The International Institute of Nonviolence.
By Rev. Jermano
Professor Andrew Frank of the University of California Davis is known for his pioneering efforts in the hybrid car. The hybrid car is an engine that uses both electricity and gasoline to achieve higher mileage results. He has been doing this in his garage mechanics since 1972.
I don't know if he is credited for discovering the hybrid, because I had seen hybrids when I was at Weber State University in Ogden Utah. They claimed the same revelations.
In any event I have myself been active in working on ways to solve the gas addiction in the United States. But I am not for hybrid technology. Hybrid Technology in my opinion is a crutch and a carrot stick to the Oil Companies and Big Auto Makers who will grant research funds because it includes gas power operation in its design, thus enabling them. Its like giving drugs to addicts to help them kick the habit.
We will know for sure we are on the way to coming clean and gone cold turkey from the addiction of oil when the Big Oil Companies and Big Auto Makers provide research money for techno-engines that are gas free.
Here is my letter to Professor Franks:Microwave Fly Wheel Battery Engine. Sunday, July 20, 2008 7:13 AM From: "Dominic Jermano" firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com
Dear Professor Frank,
I am willing to contribute my ideas for a new techno-engine that will create its own electric power, without changing liquids to a gas, or using any type of gas as an energy resource.
If you notice; Geothermal Development is capable of using low temperature waters to create and generate electricity. This proves that cars and trucks can develop similar techno-engines. I have in mind using Microwave technology in cars and trucks to heat water quickly which would generate electricity to power fly wheel batteries for needed power uses, and have enough capability to recharge its own battery storage components.
Centrifugal forces that move in the same direction as the wheels on the road inside a car is not only stabiliizing but also a means to solving the energy problem from high gas prices, while providing the needed power for climbing hills, without lugging.
I think your hybrid design is in the right direction but really we need a transportation engine that can create electricity instead of needing and taking it from coal burning electric generators.
You might think making such an engine would be a perpetual motion idea, but in fact it is not. The use of water with its replacement value in the microwave heating process to make the electric generation happen throws perpetual motion out.
This engine idea would not be converting water into hydrogen for a type of fuel cell energy resource. Hope to work with you on this project.