Maxoak Bluetti EB240: Massive Battery Storage, Budget Price

This would be a good investment… there is a contest to win one at the original link

If like me, you’re feeling a prescient need to drop off-grid before the proverbial really hits the fan, there are many things you need to prepare for. Food, water, security, and almost certainly your own source of power. Continue reading

The Anti-Solar Panel – A Device That Generates Electricity From Darkness

Dope idea…

There are different kinds of solar panels. The one most typically used is a type that generates electricity from the sun through a physical process called the photo-voltaic (PV) effect – when light exposure on certain materials generates an electric current. Another type generates electricity from heat through thermal processes – when the sun is hotter and Earth is cooler, and the difference in temperature can be converted into usable energy. Continue reading

US town rejects solar panels amid fears they ‘suck up all the energy from the sun’

Stupid arse country bumpkins…. AmeriKKKa has waaaaay too many ignorant and dumb people given a voice….

A US town has rejected a proposal for a solar farm following public concerns.

Members of the public in Woodland, North Carolina, expressed their fear and mistrust at the proposal to allow Strata Solar Company to build a solar farm off Highway 258.

During the Woodland Town Council meeting, one local man, Bobby Mann, said solar farms would suck up all the energy from the sun and businesses would not go to Woodland, the Roanoke-Chowan News Herald reported.
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Scientists Using Melanin From Aborted Black Babies To Create Solar Cells: Are Living Blacks Next?

They gonna harvest every part of our bodies if they can…. god help us… smh

In an frightening line of research on solar cells, scientists are examining the connection between melanin (skin pigmentation) and solar cell development. Of course, it’s all clouded in jargon and officialese, but the basic idea is this: the creation of a melanin-based solar cell. This means that the skin of African-Americans and black fetuses could be used as an element in solar cells.


According to a research paper:


we suggest that a class of biological macromolecules called the melanins may be suitable replacements for the ruthenium complexes. They have strong, broad band absorption, are chemically and photochemically very stable, can be cheaply and easily synthesized, and are also bio-available and bio-compatible. We demonstrate a melanin-based regenerative solar cell, and discuss the key properties that are necessary for an effective broad band photon harvesting system.
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