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THIS CIRCUIT PULLS ENERGY FROM THIN AIR !

This circuit pulls energy from thin air


http://www.tgdaily.com/sustainability-features/68538-this-circuit-pulls-energy-from-thin-air

Most of us are familiar with Texas Instruments (TI) as the company that made the graphing calculator we used in school.

Calculators made be the company’s bread and butter, but that’s not all they’ve been up to. TI recently introduced the industry’s lowest power DC/DC step-down converter, a tiny circuit that could allow future electronics to power themselves without batteries or wires.

The tiny power circuit allows mobile accessories and wireless sensors to manage microwatts generated from solar, thermoelectric, magnetic and vibration energy, which could eliminate the need for bulky, toxic batteries in the future.

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Orngrimm3 years ago
BTW: 1:1-Copy of: http://www.earthtechling.com/2013/01/tiny-circuit-makes-it-possible-to-pull-energy-from-thin-air/
Interesting. Not exactly copies, but rather parallel postings by exactly the same originator, Beth Buczynski. I suspect yours was first, and "TGDaily" picked it up from there. Iceng properly provided his source for the content.
Your two posts are parallel however :-D
iceng (author)  Goodhart3 years ago
Parallel is good to infinity  :-)
Goodhart iceng3 years ago
Unless one speaks of a parallelogram :-)
iceng (author)  Goodhart3 years ago
The space bounded by two sets of parallel lines, very good ;-)
Goodhart iceng3 years ago
Bound but not gagged :-D
iceng (author)  Goodhart3 years ago
Can't really comment on that............................
Goodhart iceng3 years ago
but...but....you just did ! :-P
iceng (author)  Goodhart3 years ago
Mmmmfff ..... mmfff .............
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