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I am very confused. This is not new or interesting.... Using far more panels to generate a small amount more electricity?

Regardless, I am all for precocious science interest :-)
I remember I was his age when I made a wind turbine, it was some of the most fun I had ever had and really sparked my interest in potentially majoring in EE.
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post #52 of 91
Quote:
Originally Posted by Madman340 View Post
It's crazy how efficient nature is.
Not really, nature wasn't always this efficient. It evolves over time from a sorta okay thing to something near perfection.
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I like this.
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He used more solar panels on the tree model, his experiement is scientifically flawed, of course if you use more solar panels you are going to collect more energy. If you wanted to do the experiment correctly you would have the same number of panels in both models.
    
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First we replaced paper with electronic books, now we're doing away with trees altogether.

Instead of harvesting a tree for paper to make a book, you can just plug your eReader into the tree itself and download a digital copy.

We could replace the trees in a city with solar generators that look like trees, then use them to power a city wide wireless network, as well as offer USB charging stations


That's an awesome idea. Get rid of trees altogether and replace with ipad chargers. its not like anyone on earth uses that silly byproduct of photosynthesis, oxygen.
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lol everytime i read stuff like this i feel more dumber and dumber xD Wish I was at least average haha..

interesting
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Not really, nature wasn't always this efficient. It evolves over time from a sorta okay thing to something near perfection.
Nature will always balance itself out. Sometimes it happens instantly, sometimes it takes millions of years, but it will eventually balance.
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lol everytime i read stuff like this i feel more dumber and dumber xD Wish I was at least average haha..

interesting
I see what you mean.
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Making a movable base that follows the sun (sunflower style) will yield even better results, since ALL of the cells remain at optimum angle for most of the day.
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"Clever Girl..." Oh I mean boy.

But seriously, this young man has a bright future!
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