CKF Film Friday No. 16: Remarkable Green Inventions
Given the amount of hot air wasted by Canada’s politicians this week we thought it would be a good idea to explore some new technologies that just may—or may not—revolutionize the way we produce energy. The first video comes to us from Australia where a local inventor and his partner have come up with a prototype home generator that runs almost forever and requires one fifth of the energy it produces to work. It may be the long dreamed about perpetual motion machine (physicists can skip this one).
Then there is the “Wind Belt” system that harnesses the power of wind in a completely out of the box way.
And for the conspiracy theorists out there who love to hear about great, energy efficient technologies that have been suppressed, here’s one from eastern Europe you’ll appreciate.