Spray-On Solar-Power Cells Are True Breakthrough

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  1. #1 by PhotonDrive at April 11th, 2009

    Hey guys: Shepard & his Doyle pard sold out 3 years ago – bribing naive Gov-Gen at same time! “Research Council” is in Calgary, need I say more? NOTHING has come out lately! Sulfur/Lead nano is different from TiO2. SFe has no ox-hooks for conveyance (see “Buckyball” question at MIT in 2005). Solutions have moved to ambient-driven GENERATORS since to out-manuver Chen/Bu military “just one step ahead” Oil Dictatorship BS!

  2. #2 by S1Dima at April 30th, 2009

    Um, no. Pretty much all of the surface heat on earth is accounted for by solar radiation and greenhouse effect. Ive got no idea where you got the 58% from.

  3. #3 by PhotonDrive at May 1st, 2009

    “Tidal forces” has nothing to do with water in this context: Heat is made – not disappaitted by Fe domain movements. Whole COUNTRIES are being supplied by thermal heat from Earth now: where have you been? My facts stem from mag. studies since Saturn ring-braiding was discovered. You are seriously behind in science with your imagined %-ages of solar-fed life-giving proportion! But Ted is an idiot who never invented anything (his grad-stud Mac Donald did). So why does he get paid & high position?

  4. #4 by PhotonDrive at May 1st, 2009

    The reason is that since Doyle & Shepard never had an original idea or contribution: Government & military feel COMFORTABLE with them! Because THEY never had an original science idea in centuries EITHER! So “Standards” Oil can give peanuts, in certainty that this bogus “research council” will never “rock the fuelist’s boat” !

  5. #5 by toranamunter at May 3rd, 2009

    Er, wrong. Try to get your science from authoritative sources not BS hippy web sites. The VAST majority of surface heating on Earth comes from the ‘insolation’ process, factored for surface albedo effect i.e surface absorbtion of longwave infrared radiation from the sun. This is VERY basic met/climatology as taught in stage 1 university papers. Ever wonder why it’s colder at night?????

  6. #6 by nsajja at May 3rd, 2009

    It will be really great if you can provide Solar Energy cheaply to society. It solves 99 % of todays world problems, earth problems. The great source is Sun which is free and runs another 7 billion years. Tap it if you can for society and provide cheaply. Right now Sun is burning India and many parts of the world with a day temp of 44 deg celcius. How much power you can produce and store if you tap it?

  7. #7 by iknowyoux at May 17th, 2009

    Be smart – don’t pay any more electricity bills. more info: solar.xfollow.me (Copy to your browser’s address bar)

  8. #8 by 13Knives1 at May 19th, 2009

    Couldn’t they make a way to put this on hybrid or electric cars? If so It would be a good idea. I mean surely I’m not the only person who’s thought of that.

  9. #9 by starman1695 at July 10th, 2009

    They claim to have invented this five years ago. Where is it?

  10. #10 by cia212 at August 9th, 2009

    That’s the problem, they “invent” an idea then fish for funding to make a prototype which never appears. Meanwhile, you haven’t really invented anything until you can show a working model.

  11. #11 by taraff1 at August 9th, 2009

    I built my own solar panels which are currently providing energy for over half my home using the plans I downloaded at:

  12. #12 by arrangreenleaf at September 1st, 2009

    You want people to read & listen at the same time…Bad Idea.

  13. #13 by mstaff657 at September 5th, 2009

    best price I see for solar energy is 1.15/kw
    fact is solar power costs 4 times more .
    there is no benefit .

  14. #14 by Akashio at September 10th, 2009

    So where is the credibility? How do I know this is actually not some non-professional hiding behind a black screen?

  15. #15 by Zbawka at September 22nd, 2009

    I have seen the other video showing company named ‘Nanosolar’ running a production thin foil covered with very revolutionary photovoltaic material. This suppose to be third generation of photovoltaic, very sensitive absorbing broad rage of light spectrum photocells. The beauty of this photocells is the falling cost to produce that the 1W of electrical power going down right through $1 level. Suppose to be easy to make, but is nowhere to be seen on the market.

  16. #16 by KigurumiAlice at September 23rd, 2009

    Infrared Panels is the future

  17. #17 by jakigi at September 27th, 2009

    The patents are owned by companies banking on fossil fuels.

  18. #18 by scientificallygreene at September 29th, 2009

    Hey, check out my website at ScientificallyGreener(Dot) com and get all the new and improved Equipments to build or buy your own solar and wind energy systems ScientificallyGreener(Dot) com is a website that sells the most modern environmental products available

  19. #19 by abmod03 at October 17th, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for under $100 and a Solar Water Heater for UNDER $10 that are currently powering my 1700 Square Foot home! I used the simple plans at:


  20. #20 by wcfcarolina13 at November 22nd, 2009

    One person’s opinion, and I kind of like it myself since it’s so optimistic, is that due to the worldwide recession, the big companies will have trouble buying off the little guy, therefore the little guy will finally be able to flourish instead of giving in to payoffs to feed his family and etc.

    That will finally get some of these inventions out to the public so it can see some real progress.

  21. #21 by UFOMAN618 at November 28th, 2009

    yay for tyranny – I mean corporations. A decent film would be good enough – its just all bs-y right now.

  22. #22 by pohjalo at December 10th, 2009

    The Marsians bought the patent (together with the ones for nuclear fusion).

  23. #23 by MB031 at January 20th, 2010

    So it’s still just bla,bla,bla…when normal human being is able to buy one of these $0.50 per watt,then you can talk revolution and change from coal and oil..I bet that it is possible to give these panels out for that price,just government doesn’t want it..good luck with all that beautiful nano technology never ever be seen on the market!!

  24. #24 by Dimension13XYZZY at January 24th, 2010

    @jakigi: Really? Then tell us some of the patent numbers, please. Oh, don’t forget to remove your tin foil hat first…

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