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    Anyone know if it's possible to make an infinite battery
    I know that a water powered fuel cell creates a small amount of current but renews itself
    Could you help?


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    Sure it is possible you just take infinite power and put it in a container that will last forever.

    SGP is long lived but the earth is not really a container that I would call infinite.
    Stanford researchers use river water and salty ocean water to generate electricity


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    Yeah but I mean a battery that produces the same amount of electrical current forever and never stops
    You no what I mean?
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    The short answer is no. And as for water powered fuel cells, able to renew themselves - just send me money and I'll send you instructions.
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    There is no such thing as 'for ever' in any context. However, there is long term and short term. Our sun might be considered a battery that will last at least another half billion years, before it swells and destroys the Earth. There is enough deuterium in the Earth's oceans to provide us with all the energy we might need for the next 100 million years or more, if we can just crack the technology needed for deuterium based nuclear fusion.

    But all these energy sources will eventually run out, even if it will take a long time. 'For ever' does not exist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeptic View Post
    There is no such thing as 'for ever' in any context. .... 'For ever' does not exist.
    Maybe you are right. We will just have to wait and see.
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    Does forever not exist forever?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMakeIt View Post
    Does forever not exist forever?
    I don't think we know the answer to that....yet.
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    Holy shit is this the science forum or romper room for morons?
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    it may be possible if you follow the principle of conservation of energy. that is the form to which the energy is transferred may be converted back to an appropriate form of energy that may be suitable to charge or to be stored in the battery. however its not easy to conserve the energy 100% efficiently but you may try it though.
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