This New Kind of Battery Can Be Fully Charged in Less Than 30 Seconds

Discussion in 'Alternative Technologies & Energetics' started by CasualBystander, Mar 1, 2018.

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  1. CasualBystander

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    My Samsung battery lasts a couple of days if I leave the phone on.

    Since I normally turn my phone off when I'm not using it - I can get a week or two out of the battery.
     
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  2. spacecase0

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    from what I see, you posted a blank post
    so I assume it was some linked picture (and a very messy link, but not going to follow it to see what is going on)
    or it was video ?

    with this age of censorship it would handy to give a summery of what you post to make sure that others have some idea of what they are seeing is what you post. even a single word would help
    remember when youtube started giving others a really neat primate video ?
    many people just thought he was nuts...
    I have seen youtube links followed from one IP address come up with an entirely different video than another IP address (like the person that posted it).
    that is just an example.

    just a note from a former systems administrator that never got through to the reporters about this topic...
    and I only don't see your linked content because I don't let outside content run on my computer.
    and even then, my computer is clearly hacked.
    so, I hope that everyone posts just a few words to tell others if they are linking to the correct content
    and if possible, give a link in clear text so I see what you are posting
     
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  3. 3FEL9

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    Lol, you dont get any disturbing incomming calls that way
     
  4. 3FEL9

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    Could be any 3 letter agency filtering the Californian internet feed

    Here you goo 》》》》htps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Go2g_BNpG_Y《《《《
     
  5. spacecase0

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    I filter 3rd party content and scripts
    anyone else here read the code that brings you this page ?
    (in all fairness I can only get about 1/5 the way though it)

    my internet is filtered, but it is by DNS, and I am not about to be stopped by that
     
  6. 3FEL9

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    Sorry, your not making any sense over here at my end..

    Why dont you just install some linux and or run a virtual machine for your browser needs..

    Running windows is not recommended.. or needed in most cases
     
  7. spacecase0

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    already doing that.

    remember the new battle star glactica TV show ?
    after seeing it for myself, I agree,
    the only way you have a networked computer is if someone else lets you have it.
    and even then, there are 3G phone network connections built in to the processors.
    non networked computers are still clearly hacked.
    boot up time and energy usage give them away.
    literally, every computer, router, and other network hardware needs to be replaced with good designs before we have any hope of trusting them again.
     
  8. CasualBystander

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    Well...

    I put an open DNS ahead of my ISPs.

    While filtering third party content is good, filtering 1st and 2nd party content is better.

    Noticed that calls occasionally used to come in when I was sleeping or busy. Turning the phone off stopped that.

    If it was important they would text you.

    And besides - battery life is important. My phone battery might live forever.
     
  9. nivek

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    I have Win7 and Win10 on my laptop for some use but mainly I use Slackware Linux or a version of Slackware...

    My servers in my home network which is not connected to the internet and never will be is all Linux 100%...
     
  10. nivek

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    I always believe in diversity in power sources, like solar and wind and generator back-up a few options are better than being dependant on one source...

    What happens when that singular source fails?...(rhetorical question lol)
     
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  11. 3FEL9

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    The chinese and some U.S manufacturers of telecom devices are accused of planting hiddn backdoors in the chip hardware design..
    So you could be right...hard to prevent .gov or elite hackers access But

    This thread is about batteries.. IF they are smart, ^^ same applies for them :Sneaky:
     
  12. CasualBystander

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    Rhetorical questions deserve rhetorical answers.

    There is nothing wrong with coal fired power generation as baseband power with gas turbine peaking.

    It is much cheaper than renewables. Use of renewable energy makes every other connected generation source be operated intermittently which makes them less efficient and more costly since they aren't operated in the most mode - reducing efficiency, and at a lower capacity factor -which devastates ROI.

    If renewable energy was not mandated renewable energy ROI would drop about 50% and the solar operators would close shop, there would be a wave of bankruptcies followed by new corporations buying and operating the assets. And there would be little new renewable installation - which is what should happen.

    Renewables have about 1/3 the life of other generation assets and generate at about 1/3 of capacity - if the power grid is forced to buy their power at full price - and up to half of that if they aren't.

    How does wind farm performance decline with age? - ScienceDirect
    Wind assets availability drops 16% per decade.

    In a free market they would seldom be competitive.
     
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  13. 3FEL9

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    You should work for the fossil fuel companies in D.C. Educating politicians and lawmakers. You would be an excellent spokesperson and make 7 figure earnings.
     
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  14. nivek

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    Rhetorical answers deserve rhetorical comments...

    There's nothing wrong with coal fired power generation, but I would not depend on that alone nor any power source...Diversity of energy sources is important if you seek non-interrupted power...
     
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    That is true. But during a storm you aren't going to get wind or solar power.
     
  16. nivek

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    During a storm your battery bank should be fully charged to weather the storm, if not you are not using your solar or wind power efficiently...
     
  17. CasualBystander

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    Perhaps you are unaware of the cost for a battery bank to sustain multiple hours of operation?

    Further - you have to replace your battery bank every 4 years or so.

    A nuclear or coal plant lasts 40-60 years.

    The cost of renewable battery backup is approximately 10 times the initial capital cost on a prorated basis. Batteries are like beer - you really don't own them you just rent them.
     
  18. nivek

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    Yes I have that already, it's not as costly as you might think if you are a smart buyer...

    Totally wrong, sounds like you're guessing or in cahoots with the corporate coal and oil providers...:tongue8:
     
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    lithium ion batteries in hard use (like most people that use electricity from the grid) last about 3 to 5 years, with lifestyle changes you can get 7 years out of them.
    I personally know people that have had to replace a set at the 3 year mark.
    they really are horrible from a users perspective.

    this is why I tell people to use LiIPO4 batteries, 4 times the life, same cost.

    nickle iron last the longest, but are physically large, very heavy, and quite pricey
     
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  20. nivek

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    That's what I have, I got the batteries used over 6 years ago and still working great...They are heavy as hell, I can barely pick up one...
     

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