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Old 01-10-2006, 08:56 AM   #61
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Oh yeah - the cells are EFRA-legal as well at the same time, and starting this year there are two application dates (1 January and 1 August I think) to submit new batteries, so racers don't suddenly have obsolete equipment in the middle of a race season (and makes it easier on the wallet!).
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IBs response to this is impressive to say the least:

Berkley site:
http://ohst.berkley.edu/Publications/IB/IBInineon.pdf

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http://home.centurytel.net/GordonFre...IBInfineon.pdf
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Old 01-11-2006, 01:40 AM   #63
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IBs response to this is impressive to say the least:

Berkley site:
http://ohst.berkley.edu/Publications/IB/IBInineon.pdf

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http://home.centurytel.net/GordonFre...IBInfineon.pdf
That was a joke right ?
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Old 01-11-2006, 01:45 AM   #64
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Well that is easy:

BRCA-proactive

ROAR-nonactive
Nice
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Old 01-11-2006, 06:51 AM   #65
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That was a joke right ?
No THEY ARE REAL! I hear they are going to be building big 10 cell packs to run entire cities on!

hehe Just think of the charging time
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Old 01-12-2006, 01:53 AM   #66
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Amazingly the ion radiation from this cell, is naturally absorbed within the Tachyeon filter and is regenerated through the multiphasic source assembly code structure. Virtually making this cell Non-phasic-strain-temperant tolerant. ROAR should be validating this cell in April, 2006.
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Old 01-12-2006, 02:38 AM   #67
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They don't need to be charged. They come charged kinda like alkaline cells. But they last virtually forever.

Acctually, back in the 50's or 60's RCA developed a nuclear battery of sorts. It used a radioactive substance encapsulated in a cell, and it had something like a thermocouple device or something else that captured the radiation and turned it into electricity.

I like the zero point energy cells better though. Now I just need to find a flux capacitor for my car and I can time travel my xray into the future and just wait at the finish line. HA
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The theoretical "Flux capacitor" won't work in practice. It's requirement for a precise 1.21 Gigawatts of input eliminates it from most RC applications. While it would be nice to be able to go "back to the future", in reality the new IB Infineon cell is the only thing that comes close.
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Well, it takes 1.21 gigawatts for a full size car.

Since energy required to accelerate is proportional to mass, it would only take about one thousandth the amount of energy. so, it would only take 1210000000 watts. At 7.2 volts, thats 168055555.6 amps. I think they could do it, but only for a short burst. LOL
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Unfortunately to use Flux Capacitance, the vehicle requires a non-ferrous outer shell, e.g. stainless steel, preferably an alloy of austenitic 403 and must obtain a relative surface velocity of 88 MPH. In theory Flux Capacitance can work, but is impractical due to intergranular corrosion.
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is there a "Mr Fusion" involved in all this ?
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Mr. Fusion relies on the availability of source ion matrix dumping. Most waste products, such as banana peels and beer cans, can provide sufficient ion matrix dumping, however the volume and mass of the waste required can easily exceed the volume of a 1/10 scale buggy, thus nullifying any advantage in 5 minute ROAR sanctioned racing. While the movie “Back to the Future” is an interesting waypoint of future technology, it should not be used as scientific proof for any such energy storage technology.
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I have new motor to match IB Infineon power. Its called Warp Speed V2 Technology, its quantum machine because the motor use Time and Space, so hopefully I can finish the race as soon as you start.

It's very simple design, you set the time you want to finish on ESC, press set button and voilaa !!!
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yes, but you need to take your car weight way down in order to reach speed of light, enabling thus potential time travel.
Actually your car weight should near the absolute zero mass : better buy those titanium screws!
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yes, but you need to take your car weight way down in order to reach speed of light, enabling thus potential time travel.
Actually your car weight should near the absolute zero mass : better buy those titanium screws!
It was tested in CERN Particle Accelerator..... the motor did not melted.

My next creation is gravity motor to create black hole effect. It makes all kind of motors lost its charms.
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