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Author Topic: Why can't countries mod national security laws, to put overunity on the grid ?  (Read 2416 times)

Offline ideas99889

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  Why can't countries modify national security laws, to install overunity on their electricity grid ?

   I mean, make / put the installation of overunity on their electricity grid,  a matter of national security / completely secret.

   Slippery slope in this aspect, is almost not existent, since customers would still be paying electricity bills, but just more normal types of electricity bills, not out of control electricity bills.
  Also, in a different scenario, where grid electricity would be free to customers ( or almost free ), that also would not be a slippery slope, that would not make peoples lives free, since food, rent, petrol, clothes, mobile-phone-bills, and all the other types of costs, would not be free.

   There was once a famous hydroelectric-dam that had to be cancelled, due to social opposition, and later I read that the solution was to make 'unspecified' modifications to various other dams to make up the electricity that they wanted from the cancelled dam.  I assume they did not install amplification equipment, don't know.

Offline Paul-R

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What technology do you have in mind?

Offline tonygiang

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In my opinion don't expect to connect to the grid with your OU technology ! Let's make a off grid OU generator !

Offline stivep

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Why can't countries modify national security laws, to install overunity on their electricity grid ?
the answer is: none.
"Overunity"– doesn't exist, never existed and will never exist.
Wesley

Offline memoryman

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To install OU devices, you have to HAVE them first; where can I buy one?

Offline stivep

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To install OU devices, you have to HAVE them first; where can I buy one?
you not even bother to read .
So can you read now?
the answer is:
"Overunity"– doesn't exist, never existed and will never exist.

Wesley

Offline Paul-R

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the answer is: none.
"Overunity"– doesn't exist, never existed and will never exist.
Wesley
It is all about definition.

In one of his UK conferences, Patrick, God rest his soul, defined  OU as the energy you get out divided by the energy YOU put in.

The trouble is that one has to have the commonsense not to include PV panels and heat pumps.

Offline memoryman

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Wesley, I saw that BEFORE I posted; note that what I posted is not what YOU posted; it augments your post.

Offline stivep

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thank you my friend
Wesley

Offline BorisKrabow

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The question is, will the blue buckets of the global conspiracy interfere with the solar bottles   :)

Offline tonygiang

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Hi ideas99889 !
In fact, this OU technology makes national energy security much better , for example : when there is war, the national grid is the most vulnerable place to attack, causing widespread power outages. Or a natural disaster, which Texas experienced a massive blackout when a blizzard damaged the grid! Independent OU electricity is better, in my opinion, there is no need for high voltage grid!

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Hi ideas99889 !
In fact, this OU technology makes national energy security much better , for example : when there is war, the national grid is the most vulnerable place to attack, causing widespread power outages. Or a natural disaster, which Texas experienced a massive blackout when a blizzard damaged the grid! Independent OU electricity is better, in my opinion, there is no need for high voltage grid!
...and, of course, we can sell the energy to the grid. Whether it is worth it will depend on the Feed In Tariff, which is a matt5er of politics.

Offline alan

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You can connect them to your home grid and your electricity meter will then tick backwards when your generator (like solar panels... :) ) delivers energy.

Offline alan

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the answer is: none.
"Overunity"– doesn't exist, never existed and will never exist.
Wesley
Do aikula and kapanedze work as claimed - more energy delivered than fed by user?

Offline ideas99889

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Instead of a country nationalizing / buying? it's main electricity companies ( to try and control electricity prices ), couldn't they just nationalize -
 - The part of the administration section of the company that sets / issues the prices, or a long list of similar solutions to do with the company administration ( unless making laws so that the government can directly control prices is an option ).
 - And maybe nationalize only a small part of the hardware equipment ( if a government decided to use it's national secrecy laws to install amplification-transformers, and of course illegalize images of such equipment to ever be published )
 - In other words, a 100% flexibility of solutions, instead of a yes or no to a government takeover of huge companies.

   Since, at almost all times electricity is a very profitable business, almost any company would agree to having a small percentage of it being nationalized, or other solution, or if not, offer it to another company.