Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Use the Moon to Provide Electricity to All of the Earth?

February 17th, 2010

Can we not put an electrical-type of stator around the moon in such a fashion to see if the rotation of the moon would create electricity to power the earth (or even a light bulb)? Could we then transmit the accumulated voltage (or whatever) to the earth in the form of some sort of pulse technology or even some other form of energy storage devices such as flywheels? Do you think I could study this question for PhD. studies at your university? Is there not a university out there that is not confined by our earthly paradigms? (Or is the only real surviving paradigm that which delineates the taking of another's idea and to run with it?)

Adam Trotter / AVT

PS. Well, I think its kind’a cute, anyhow - assuming you pardon the slight negativity at the end. No? :)

Ok, add-on after thought (Feb 25th, 2010):
I think I figured this one out today too!!! The earth and the moon acting simultaneously as one big electrical generator. Can we tap into that energy source? Wha’d’ya think? And, for any of you who actually bother to read this blog, you heard it here first. Maybe? :)

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