Just think about it:
Carbon dioxide is the chief greenhouse gas and most of it lasts about 100 years in the air, but some of it stays in the atmosphere for thousands of years. The burning of fossil fuels, such as oil for gasoline, has caused the overwhelming bulk of the man-made increase of carbon in the air. The International Energy Agency reported that global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels was at a high of 34.8 billion tons in 2011. Temperatures through the entire decade of 2000-2010 were the warmest on record.
Just thought about it:
Greenhouse gases will continue to cause exceedingly high temperatures. MagnaNgine is a revolutionary solution to OUR problem.
JUST INVENT IT:
By using the negative energy of magnets to push the pistons down and using the spindle causing the other piston to go up until it gets to a laser which turns the magnets on and off, and creating a circle for the axle to be put in, looking like a 66 but the other six will be rotated. It will have threads to grip the axle. The pistons will be made of heavy metal. You will only need a lubricant for the pistons. Rubber joints on the bottom of the pistons will allow the metal to bend. OIL WILL NOT BE NEEDED.
Just think about it
just thought about it
JUST INVENT IT!!
With MagnaNgine, an engine that runs on magnetic energy, NO MORE GASOLINE OR OIL would be needed in automobiles and boats, even lawnmowers. It is TIME for major eco-friendly CHANGE before we continue to damage, hurt, and drain ourselves and the earth. What legacy are we going to leave for future generations?
DO SOMETHING NEW
ABOUT THE ENTRANT
Name:Richard Ray Ratliff "tre"
Type of entry:teamTeam members:Richard Ray Ratliff-creator/designer/artist
Rachel Renee Ratliff-writer
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Richard Ray is inspired by:my father who thought of an idea called peanutbutter slices but never got it patented