The naivety of the inventor

HyperCar"In 1999, we took this process a step further by launching a for-profit venture, Hypercar, Inc., to speed the industry's transition by exerting direct competitive pressure."? Pressure on who? What were they thinking? The way the Hyper Car would have actually made it to market would have been if RMI bought a "Bat Cave" and built it there. Yes, a side of small mountain, somewhere in the Rocky Mountains where they built and sold these things with little or no mainstream publicity.

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Some much needed "out-of-the-box" thinking

Inventor Joseph Tate has created the Ambient Power Module. This device actually catches power from thin air by converting radio waves into usable DC electrical energy. While the voltage and power outputs are low, the device can power things such as clocks, clock radios, calculators, or store the energy for later use via charging rechargeable batteries.
There is indication (and some controversy) that properly built this device could produce 36 volts @ 9 watts, which is equivalent to several conventional "disposable" batteries. Should anyone know or be capable of reaching Joseph Tate, please have him join this conversation for a detailed Q & A.
In it's own right the Tate Ambient Power Module is a Zero Carbon Device.

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