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|05-20-2009 11:25 AM|
" a home made blade out of a 2 x 4 gives him a steady 2 amps. "
I have to wonder how the time and effort, and skills, to whittle a perfectly good 2x4 down to a propellor blade, compare to just peddling a crankset generator to get those same two amps?
|05-20-2009 02:36 AM|
Brent Swain has a home mede wind generator on his boat. Works very well. e-bay generator and a home made blade out of a 2 x 4 gives him a steady 2 amps. He has to strap the prop on occasion so he doesn't over charge...
His book has several - DIY projects for budget wise boaters. do a web search for Brent swain - his book is called origami boatbuilding.
|05-11-2009 11:52 PM|
|NICHOLSON58||I suppose the rest of the formula involves rolling it up and smokin' it?|
|05-08-2009 07:11 AM|
I actually make my own, using a secret formula of ink. I can print them in my inkjet printer... I'm hoping to perfect the formulation of a new "solar cell" paint, so that I can make large panels more easily...
Originally Posted by hellosailor View Post
|05-08-2009 01:51 AM|
Hey, SD, haven't you ever built your own solar cells? You get a roll of aluminum foil (the heavy duty stuff) and then you plant a whole batch of spinach, which will harvest the selenium in your soil, and then you start to cook it down. Send me $49.95 and I'll give you the rest of the information, its real easy!
If your local soil is deficient in selenium, don't worry, we can use bamboo to extract silicon instead.
|05-07-2009 07:08 PM|
Don't feel bad, the admin did the same thing earlier to day on an e-mail address..
Originally Posted by tdw View Post
|05-07-2009 06:54 PM|
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|05-07-2009 04:07 PM|
Nicely done... cleaning up after the fuzzy rodent I see...
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|05-07-2009 03:16 PM|
|JohnRPollard||Okay, now give that link a try!|
|05-07-2009 12:16 PM|
|AdamLein||Guys how can you doubt the veracity of this enterprise. Just read the glowing testimonials each of which is a 100% real testimonial received via email. 100% real... can't get any more real than that.|
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