A Lout's Diatribe
Erroneous conclusion #1
|AFTER FURTHER EVALUATION OF YOUR
WEBSITE I REALIZE YOU REALLY DO NOT HAVE A CLUE. BELOW IS SOME TEXT FROM
YOUR WEBSITE. YOUR SITE LINKS TO OURS AND I REALLY WOULD APPRECIATE IT
IF YOU PLEASE REMOVE THE LINK.
LASTLY, YOU ARE THE PROOF THAT A PHD REALLY DOES NOT MEAN YOU KNOW ANYTHING. OBVIOUSLY YOU NO NOTHING ABOUT THE INDUSTRY. THAT OR, YOU ARE BEING PAID BIG BUCKS BY SOMEONE ELSE AT THE EXPENSE OF YOUR NAME AND YOU DON'T REALLY CARE WHO YOU HURT AS LONG AS YOU MAKE MONEY.
YOU SHOULD WATCH THE NUT THAT IS OFTEN ON THE CHRISTIAN BROADCAST NETWORK EARLY IN THE MORNING. HE TRIES THE BEST HE CAN TO CONVINCE PEOPLE THAT THE WORLD IS 6000 YEARS OLD AND DINOSAURS ROAMED THE WORLD WITH PEOPLE IN ORDER TO PROVE THAT THE BIBLE IS ACCURATE. UNFORTUNATELY HE TOO HAS A PHD.
DO THE WORLD A FAVOR, GO BACK TO SCHOOL AND START OVER.
WITHHELD TO PROTECT THE GUILTY
Question: What do you intend
to do with the electricity? The most expensive thing you can do is to try
to tie it in to the power line to feed them electricity during the three
days a month when you get enough wind. (High cost, peanuts in return.)
If you just want some heat, you can do that fairly easily, simply by matching
some resistive heating elements to your generator. If you want to charge
batteries, then you *must* put in some regulating circuitry to avoid destroying
your batteries. (A friend destroyed batteries with a flea-power solar unit
that took the voltage too high.) If you're trying to supply yourself with
power to run your computer, your microwave oven, and your house lights,
it will involve a lot of work and expense, a lot of which is protecting
yourself and your appliances from voltage variations.
Now, which word didn't you understand?