Throughout my early and adult life, I have taken a variety of jobs while attending college and university. From working in construction, to studying architecture, working in warehouses, to programming simulations. My knowledge may not be acute and refined, but my journey has provided me with many differing perspectives from a variety of industry and disciplines. One thing I have come to acknowledge, is that it is impossible to simple 'know' everything. Rather it is only possible to understand what to know, to make a change, to experience challenge, to enjoy life through hardship and reward.
An idea worth spreading
What if wind could be funneled omni-directionally to be projected unidirectionally towards turbine designs so as to streamline the energy source and provide a more consistent flow. Would this increase the efficiency of energy transfer? When I visit major metropolitan areas with sky scrapers redirecting wind downward towards the streets, in some areas it is consistent and annoying for people who need to cross these windy streets. Some of these areas really push you around. But what if these areas could inspire engineers to harness this power to constantly supply wind into a turbine design that is hidden much like the early dynamos under the streets. Would it be possible to redirect all wind downwards into such turbines to power cities? Today we scatter wind turbines in fields to try and capture as much as the wind as possible. We are forced to change the direction of the turbines when the wind changes. But what if the wind was simply redirected towards a series of turbines?
I'm passionate about
Increasing my knowledge and understanding of everything around me. Lately into astronomy.
Talk to me about
Anything and everything. I enjoy expanding my knowledge, imagining things, and learning new wonders.