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Some Thoughts...For those that like wind sail boats competition...

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Last Edited: April 6, 2010, 3:50 am

I got 2 ideas in 1...

Is true that pedaling in a boat you can harness the power of resistance and make a boat propeller spin but i am curious if you had 14 people, 1 on each side of the boat pedaling and the first pedal was moving the propeler but the second one was storing the energy feed it to the propeller slowly and make the propeller spin faster and the 3rd pedalling was storing the energy and feeding it slowly to the propeller make it spin even faster each time doubling the speed of the propeller and the people in the boat all they did was pedal and so on successively until you reach to pedalling number 14th in a wood boat wouldnt that make that boat spin faster than regular boats with 1 propeller and 1 person....Couldnt a boat like that be created and beat the wind sail boats competitions....Theoretically the boat will have a lot of stored energy to reach a particular destination and all you had to do was let the 14 bibycles pedallers to quit after 1 hour...Each one gets resistance...

Also you see those row boats what if there were 20 people and each one pedaled and the energy makes the row boat row with the paddle...But the boat has 4 sections...5 rows paddles in the back of the right side and 5 row paddles in the back of the left side...5 row paddles rowing in the front on the left side....5 row paddles rowing in the front on the right side....Now the 5 guys on the left side pedal and the paddle rows the back right side of the boat...The front left 5 guys pedal and the front left paddle rows the front left side of the boat...When the front left side of the boat and the right back side of the boat row and the paddles are taking a break, the front right side and the back left side paddles row the boat so that when 10 paddles are taking a break the other 10 paddles row the boat....making the boat go straight and faster...Only for people that like to row or sail boats....I wonder how about a wood ship/boat with what i just describe with the 20 paddles and 14 addional people pedaling and the first pedaling propells the boat the second pedalling stores resistance energy and slowly releases/feeds it to the same propeller making it spin faster with addional push and at the same time storing energy and so on successively with the 3 person pedalling, 4th person pedalliing and so fort until you reach to 14....I wonder if a boat/ship will go fast....

And this particular idea that i am about to write i owe it to i think is a major or something from a city in Arizona (mercopa county or something like that) who is hard on illegal immigrants in that state...I heard he was working on a way to make inmates pedal exercise bikes to watch TV, i saw it on tv...Here it goes...What if a family of in Africa was to pedal several of them and turn on 3 light bolbs or 4 light bolbs and leave them on for the rest of the night...I am talking families in certain parts of Africa who dont have electricity....

Also i was thinking about something if the major from Arizona project/invention works, then a GYM could power certain homes...LOL...When people work out they provide resistance which can be used as energy which i think can be store and transfer to poor homes so they have light (like poor places around the world)...Or how about making prisons work out all the time and they store energy, energy that can be used for who knows what and you are doing inmates a favor....Or what if Prisons & Gyms refill batteries, car batteries as well as remote control batteries....A Prisons & Gyms becoming a AAA battery refill factories that´s if you can store the energy....And tell me ISNT BATTERIES what keep a light bulb on...And with the money that batteries generate can go into doing something of help, helping communities...

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