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    Default Re: Now this is an interesting "alternative" energy system. iHARVEY

    I have seen some of these built on instructables
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    Default Re: Now this is an interesting "alternative" energy system. iHARVEY

    Quote Originally Posted by JohanSlabbert View Post
    What's the stuff they put in satellites that stays warm and generates electricity for years on end?
    The sun.
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    Default Re: Now this is an interesting "alternative" energy system. iHARVEY

    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    uranium
    Wouldn’t mind a block of that
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohanSlabbert View Post
    Wouldn’t mind a block of that
    Good for seasoning food??

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    Default Re: Now this is an interesting "alternative" energy system. iHARVEY

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    Default Re: Now this is an interesting "alternative" energy system. iHARVEY

    "Wouldn’t mind a block of that"

    should improve the flavour on those frozen pizza bases
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    So glad to have so many leading edge new gadget triers ahead of me. You make them work, get them perfected and ensure they get cheaper.
    I am doing fine with my current crop of things which have proven to work.

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    Default Re: Now this is an interesting "alternative" energy system. iHARVEY

    I assume this is some kind of thermo-electric converter. If it can be made affordable and big enough to generate about 100 watts from LP gas it could be better than solar panels, which only work when the sun shines.

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