Wednesday, 3 October 2007

Scientists Invent 30 Year Battery for Laptops.

Your next laptop could have a continuous power battery that lasts for 30 years without a single recharge thanks to work being funded by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory.
Wow ...

UPDATE: Ahh.... it's not so easy to get these batteries to work in the circumstances described. Well, it's a nice idea.
I still expect there will be some sort of battery revolution in the near future, so I'll leave the story up as a flag for potential new developments.


no said...

they got to you

no said...

they go to you too

no said...

this is bullshit

no said...

there are no comments because this is all a bunch of bullshit and its blocked by the man! meaning the government. why bother

SpookyOne said...

I have restrictions for comments on posts that appear more than 10 days from the current date.

I'm pretty sure government and big corporations restrict world changing technology. From their point of view (power obsessed) it is a logical thing to do.

So, because of this technology black hole, it is difficult to chase up and confirm new developments that actually work as claimed.

Note: I don't rule out anything, but it would be unwise to simply accept everything that is being pushed. Some process of verification - an operational device being used and/or replicated (under licence if patented) is necessary.

I will post more stories about these things if and when they come to hand.

Thanks for your comments.