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Energy Crisis Resolved!!!

These guys came up with a way to use water flowing down hill in a ditch to run a turbine to make electricity, just like they used to make it in the good ole days, Imagine that.

So what's the point of this post, you say? I think that people, once again, forgot that the entire scenario from the creation of energy to carbon credits is political BULL SHIT! This is writen to help people keep in mind how much B.S. we are fed over the so-called energy shortage and pollution issues and this is supposedly why we have to pay so much for it.....

...... and now were supposed to talk about taxing the people with carbon credits to pay back countries we carboned up?

Making electricity can be nearly FREE and non-polluting, LIKE IT COULD HAVE BEEN FOR A HUNDRED YEARS NOW.

http://www.greatfallstribune.com/article/20091111/NEWS01/911...

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As we just focus on solutions we can take the power and energy out of the elitist agenda. Pun intended.

Great find.

Your right, the carbon tax scam and people are eating it up. The elite must get side stitches laughing at how gullible we are.

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Resolved?

"The 13 megawatts is enough electricity to power 8,000 to 10,000 homes. Most of the power probably will be used in the immediate vicinity, he said."

That might be a lot of homes in Montana but...

Also, where is all this continuously flowing water going to come from in places like the southwest?

Re: Resolved?

Glad you asked.

The point being is that this could be done any where where there is water moving with some degree of force. BUT the reason why it is NOT done is environmental politics, not because of physical limitations.

This could also be "repeated" over and over again on that same streach of water you saw multiplying the output. It does not have to be just narrowed down to one power plant.

Also, nearly through out the entire U.S. electricity is networked thru a grid. It is grids within grids. As far as I know, it is supposedly done this way so if one sector goes down it can be jumped thru another. Also much of the electricity in your area probably already comes from many sources some possibly hundreds of miles away.

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What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks

Water Is Currently...

... gushing off my roof down into the gutters, here in beautiful Vancouver. The forecast says up to 200 millimetres of rain in the next two days!

Now, if I could hook up a turbine to my gutters somehow, I'd be rocking :-) But alas, instead of innovative thinking to improve our energy production in British Columbia, we have instead been suckered into North America's first carbon tax. Whoopee :-(

I thought of that a few

I thought of that a few years back. Not sure how much 'triss it would produce, but hell, might as well take advantage of the rain.

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