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Originally Posted by DrDarkTempler View Post
99.4% effective in absorbing the laser? thats not effective at all, that .6% of data will be lost and cpu may not reading the information right due to missing 0s and 1s from that .6%

Unless researcher able to make it 100% or do something about that .6%, then we can move on with laser OCing
Remember tho air as a medium causes refraction and distortion. Perhaps if they created a vacuum and tried it they'd have 99.999999999999999999%
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Hello future.
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post #23 of 54
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Wish they'd hurry up an commercialize that for us. I have to recharge my Droid 2 like 3-4 times a day on my days off.

Yes, I do use it that much.
A laser wireless system wouldn't help this. Are you going to have a laser targeting you Android 24/7?

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How would this create wireless energy? If it converts laser signals into heat, how do we create energy out of heat?
You obviously have no idea what energy is.

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So solar tech is wireless power then? Source and emitter: Sun, wireless transfer, reciever, and user.

I guess the line has to be drawn somewhere.
A wireless transfer of energy is a transfer of energy without a wire, so yes. Radiation of any kind.

I wonder what they are teaching in science classes these days...
Edited by kaxel - 2/17/11 at 12:56pm
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...how is that not wireless?

Wireless communication has a source, emitter, wireless transfer, reciever, and user. The wireless part is just the bridge.
So solar tech is wireless power then? Source and emitter: Sun, wireless transfer, receiver, and user.

I guess the line has to be drawn somewhere. I would think that since it's converting it to heat, then the heat is generating the energy at the device, it wouldn't be considered wireless then. All that varies is the length of connection to the source. All power could be considered wireless for this reason, so long as the source (whatever is doing the conversion to electricity) is mobile.
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99.4% effective in absorbing the laser? thats not effective at all, that .6% of data will be lost and cpu may not reading the information right due to missing 0s and 1s from that .6%

Unless researcher able to make it 100% or do something about that .6%, then we can move on with laser OCing
It isn't 99.4% of the data, it's 99.4% of the ENERGY. When a stream of electrons flows from one transistor to another, only 99.4% of them may make it, and .6% will become lost to resistance and leakage. Doesn't mean that the data (the fact that there IS a 1) doesn't make it, just that it's a less powerful 1; but it still registers as a 1 regardless.
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So solar tech is wireless power then? Source and emitter: Sun, wireless transfer, receiver, and user.
Yeah, kinda. Except usually "wireless power" would refer to something entirely man-made, both emitter and receiver.
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It isn't 99.4% of the data, it's 99.4% of the ENERGY. When a stream of electrons flows from one transistor to another, only 99.4% of them may make it, and .6% will become lost to resistance and leakage. Doesn't mean that the data (the fact that there IS a 1) doesn't make it, just that it's a less powerful 1; but it still registers as a 1 regardless.
Beat me to it. I was going to say the same thing.
    
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Could it be used for wireless power transfer?
High energy lasers beaming power from place to place? I guess you won't have to worry about power lines anymore, just lasers that could slice you in two.
    
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Solar, nuclear, oil, gas, coal.... all generate heat which is then converted to electrical energy.
No. Heat is a byproduct of the energy creation, and is in fact waste. We dont burn gasoline so that we can create heat so that we can then turn that heat into usable energy. The heat is energy wasted. The more effective a technology is the less heat it creates. While I have read of technology that can turn heat into usable energy it is terrible inefficient.
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No. Heat is a byproduct of the energy creation, and is in fact waste. We dont burn gasoline so that we can create heat so that we can then turn that heat into usable energy. The heat is energy wasted. The more effective a technology is the less heat it creates. While I have read of technology that can turn heat into usable energy it is terrible inefficient.
No, heat is energy.
    
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