The International Energy Agency states that current technology can provide only half of the CO2 reductions required by 2050. The major shortfall is energy, notably for the increasing global need for electrical power.
Steam turbines presently generate 89% of the world’s electricity, but they waste 2/3 of their fuel.
Magnetic Energy Automaton Mechanical Oscillator for Valence Electrons Harvesting (MEAMO-VEH) is the result of the search for a second (solar is the first) non-ionized, non-polluting (while producing power) and renewable power source that can be used portably or stationary on earth or in outer space.
Clean air is better than dirty air, so it’s wise to reduce emissions. It will take decades to deploy sufficient infrastructure to eliminate internal combustion, however. By the time it’s completed, advances in engineered and bio-fuels will reduce emissions sufficiently to keep internal combustion relevant.
TOPIC: SUGGESTING INNOVATIVE WAYS TO DETERMINE OPTIMUM AERODYNAMIC/ HYDRODYNAMIC SHAPE OF VEHICLES MOVING THROUGH AIR/WATER
EXTRACT: USE OF ICE BLOCKS TO DETERMINE OPTIMUM STREAMLINED SHAPE OF DYNAMIC BODIES MOVING THROUGH AIR OR WATER.
TOPIC: ELECTRIC CARS THAT COULD OPERATE FOR A LONGER TIME AWAY FROM CIVILIZATION AND ELECTRIC SUPPLY
EXTRACT: Electric vehicles have lesser travel range than fossil fuel vehicles. This limits electric vehicles to the vicinity of electric charging facilities. It also limits their viability, and sales,
EXTRACT: Changing the shape of fuselage of an aircraft can result in increased lift, reduced drag and less weight, thereby resulting in overall fuel economy.
INTRODUCTION: Most airplanes have a long CYLINDRICAL fuselage which does not add to the lifting force, but does add to the drag.
Our everyday lives rely significantly on visual input, which pose multiple challenges for the visually impaired. Technology and ingenuity have provided tools to manage some of these challenges, but close-range object detection still has not been effectively addressed. Situations such as going to a restaurant and locating utensils,
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