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Electricity for the world from cars.

Cars should have bycicle generators attached to all tires with pressure springs that will preserve the tred. The should also be attached to the steering system to turn with the front to tires so no work is lost. A battery bank will collect all this energy and instead of going to a station to power up. Cars would plug in, say Walmart and power down to Walmart until 20 percent capacity is left. They should also have transitions windows or a transition windshield with the rest of the windows being clear solar panels. Also to battery bank to business or homes. The grill should consist of mini windmills or a few bigger ones with gears whichever is more efficiant there could also be "mills" imbedded in the aerodynamics of the car so they are bairly seen yet still catch the wind. But said mills are designed more like water mills unlike the ones in the grill. There also needs to be a magnet system in the road ways and tunnels so that when cars pass by they activate the magnetic push rod coil system which could be approached in many ways. The company new energy has a system of flaps but can only operate in low speed stops and drive through. I believe magnetics is the answer to put this system in everyday every speed road ways. I have written them and not got any reply back. The plumbing in your house and gutters can have mill systems with coils and magnetics to give your home more electricity as well as this flap and pressure chamber of motion power can be used in basketball courts and stadiums as well as sidewalks and roadways if it is embedded in the right way and at the right angle. The air system could also have a system kind of alike. Long story short. Cars could power local business and homes by pulling in and plugging up and could power homes and business from the street just by driving by. How nice would that be. If I only had the resources for trial and error. I know for a fact I could make this all happen.


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  • Oct 20 2013: Maybe I should be more clear. This was never intended for a gas powered vehicle. It is an idea for an electric battery bank car that produces electricity over and over again filling the battery bank over and over again thus leading to the power transfer to say walmart. You pull in. Plug in. Drain the cars battery bank down to a safe opperating level and transfer all that power to said walmarts battery bank. Possible for hones as well. Now would a more efficient battery be needed for the banks. Maybe. But other than that I don't see the problem. And I deff don't see a problem with the main idea which was putting a magnetic system along road ways to react when vehicles PSS through the magnetic fields. My only question on that one would have to be what speeds can the cars go throughsaid mmagnetic field and still be recognized so to speak or is there a field to speed ratio that can be proved
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      Oct 20 2013: ' ...an electric battery bank car that produces electricity over and over again ... '

      How? Solar? Apply this again:

      1) Action equals reaction
      2) Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, it can only be transformed

      '... magnetic system along road ways to react when vehicles PSS through the magnetic fields ... '

      1) Action equals reaction

      Cars induce electricity (action) and slow down proportionally (reaction) while doing so. To keep the car moving it needs more energy than it has produced by induction. Thus - no gain in electrical energy!
      • Oct 20 2013: The energy produced by the magnetic system on the rd has nothing to do with the car. The car is just setting off the system by simply driving or passing** through the magnetic field and then the energy is transferred to business and homes off of major highways. And the electric car is powered by solar wind and bycicle generators on the tires. It is constantly producing energy the two ideas are completely separate

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