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Thread: Light and Crystals, Power for Car?

  1. #1 Light and Crystals, Power for Car? 
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    We all do know that crystals have the ability to amplify or capture energy, but what about finding a way to use light in the most simpliest way. I was shown something in class a when I was in fifth grade, that dealt with the way light can push a object that is either black or white. I might not be a genious, but I got a idea that could use some looking into.

    How about using a crystal to concentrate light to a small point on a perpeller that spins just like a Hydro damn does. Creating electricity that would then flow back through and power the light source. This could create a unlimited amount of energy right? Well not for a city or anything, but maybe enough to power a car or vehicle.

    To control how much light is being concentrated into the crystal, we could create like a way to either concentrate it into a single beam or widden into a bigger beam if you feel like.

    Now take a book out of the Solar Power Cars, how do they use electricity to run their engines without any crude oil?


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    The rather massive city of Laputa was reportedly levitated and moved by crystal power/propulsion not unlike what you've described. Has Phox rediscovered a lost energy? But whole cities?! That is pretty far fetched and flying car seems more reasonable.


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    Where do you see in my post am I talking about levitating a city? I was just talking about simply powering a car maybe? What is used with magnets, wiring wrapped around them, and that create energy. The light concentrated on the a perpeller that would be repelled by it, churning the the magnets or whatever that is connected the magnets which creates the energy. It then would be reverted back to whatever would make the light source. You then could draw from that source that would be like a circut of energy which could power the car's lights, radio, or anything else. Of course you would need a battery... I am not that smart and all.
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    Sorry, no go. But don't quit thinking. You may not be smart now, but you are honest and clever.

    Please read: perpetual motion.
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    I do come up with alot of ideas. You know invention, that just pop into my mind.
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