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We all have dreams and some embrace them more than others... what would the world be like if this were not the case?
I am going to share my vision for a future... where the next generation actually gets paid for driving down the road.
Now it might only be a penny a mile so lets not get too excited ( really alot more in savings when you dont need to pay for gas or power)...but once the buckypaper roads pay for themselves ...the profits should go to the people.
life is transitory its about doing someting that we have never done before.
lets look at some reality from dreams...YouTube - Innowattech breakthrough in alternative energy from road traffic"You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete." –Richard Buckminster Fuller

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

the idea of building roads that create power

Israel is making prototype crystals embedded in roads that can create power... http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20026856.100-crystal-road-harnesses-power-of-passing-cars.html

have you ever watched connections.
..amazing how many inventions are created by converging many seemingly unrelated ideas..cell phone convergence is a great example i can envision a new convergence in roadway tech... its possible to build roads with nano-tech combining nano turbines and buckypaper in modular bricks that can be laid along the roadway and at first contribute all power generated to the grid ...eventually feed it direct to the all electric cars...the tires can make power, the skin can make power on the solar and the nano turbines,also on the fibre swings... a hairy car will be the green car of the future who knew? im shopping my idea for harry the love bug now. Hollywood call my people .nothing on earth can stop an idea whose time has come there are many examples to name a couple the blacksmiths vrs. the car makers the candlemakers vrs.edison and the light bulb....and now freegreenenergy vrs the new world order and carbon taxes planet wide.

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