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Old 25th June, 2004, 07:28 PM
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Toshiba Develops World's Smallest Fuel Cell

Small powerful batteries are what we need and we could be seeing them later this year.

http://enterprise-linux-it.newsfacto...egory=hardware
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did you look up the water battery?
developed right here in my home town @ the university of alberta....self-charging water powered battery capable of being made so small that it can power nanomachines, or large enough to power a house.
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Old 29th June, 2004, 08:13 PM
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Have you seen these? FREE electricity!!

The Motionless Electromagnetic Generator:

http://www.nutech2000.com/prod136.htm
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seen it, yep.
looking for a small impact resistant battery..lead to the water battery. you turn it upside down to recharge it.
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Does it use salt water?
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the water battery uses tiny holes precisely the size of an electron, and "strips" the water of electrons. as well, water under pressure generates static electricity that they can use to keep the water flowing inside the battery, and keeping it active.
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