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Daniel Vanhorn

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free renewable energy.

had a thought maybe someone who knows could run with it or shut it down but wanted feed back.

A closed looped system. like a hydro plant but insted of water, chlorine. heat the chlorine by digging deep into the earth to heat it since it has a low boiling point. chlorine vapors spin a turbine, then cools and spins another turbine on the way back down. this is the simple of it. would something like this be feasible I wonder? maybe someone smarter than me could shed some light on if it was a totally stupid idea.... one never knows.

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  • Jun 26 2013: http://www.physicsforums.com/

    Post this question there.

    ;)

    No such thing as a stupid question.
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      Jun 26 2013: Really, John? There is no such thing as a stupid question? That would be a good post in the Debate section of TED. My wife, a school teacher, laughed uncontrollably and told me, "Yeah, that one!", when I asked her if there were any stupid questions. I'm NOT insinuating Daniel's question is stupid.
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      Jun 26 2013: I think the only stupid questions are the ones you know the answer to. Just for my couple of pennies.

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