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Clean energy: "Method of Circular Use of Natural Forces"

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Founder & CEO Notatus S.L.

Conocimientos avanzados en especialidades, como Hidrología, Energía Hidráulica, Energía Fotovoltaica y Pequeños Aerogeneradores, Sistemas Audiovisuales y Música Sinfónica a nivel de compositor y...

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Clean energy: "Method of Circular Use of Natural Forces"

In addition to what I have already published, green energy in an industrial quantity within everyone's reach is more abundant than it seems.

Nature offers forces of all kinds that are there and you just have to collect them. Until now, we have opted for the easy and obvious, such as wind and solar radiation, energy that we collect in the form of teaspoons of coffee, but they are insufficient to supply the energy that the modern world needs unless we want to seed the planet of big trees shaped like wind turbines.

However, if we use our neural capacity in greater intensity, it can be deduced that in addition to such spoons, large spoons and even saucepans and barrels can be used, which means that we will have better tools to combat global warming.

Nature offers forces of all kinds: some can lift objects, others make them lower, vibrate, push, etc. Why not think more carefully about it instead of going easy, which, apart from being expensive, is not the most beneficial? Let's see: if water is almost 800 times denser than air, why not study it further?

Water in conjunction with gravity can provide an enormous amount of energy compared to wind: according to Archimedes' principle, buoyant forces can lift objects or subtract weight while gravitational forces can lower them, thereby completes an up-down cycle that implemented with other properties of the same water and also of the air, it is possible to complete a circle of forces that offers an enormous potential of energy.

Until now, all existing systems have based their work on taking advantage of the kinetic energy of the waves, others the potential and even both together, but none have managed to obtain abundant energy, since none makes use of such a circle of combined forces and also, their systems are very vulnerable to sea storms.

This is one of my Patents, which is registered with the title of "Method of Circular Use of Natural Forces" that is not affected by inclement weather and can also be installed on land, which I will be happy to share with those who want to participate in it.


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