Monday, September 18, 2006

2008 Iceman/Tesla Motorcycle

The concept of a small simple excellent motorcycle was inspired by a dream. It would be chrome and pipelike and run on numerous possible power sources, as custom.

The most common form currently around is gasoline. The bike could run on a V-2 of very large cylinders accumulating perhaps 250cc. A larger cylinder is more efficient, as force is lost around the edges of the circle. A V-2 would be easy to fit in the bike even at that size and provide a large amount of power. The carburater would be the patent of the Pogue carburater from 1936 getting some 171 mpg. Gasoline fuel could be injected into a preheated pressurized cylinder to achieve optimal compression instead of using two spark plugs.

Such a system would be attached to a infinitely variable transmission, which is more efficient and simpler [& lighter] than a gearbox. I would expect large radius tires about 3-4" wide and flat. Sound dampers, turbo-style vortex tube air cooling and liquid cooling, appropriately placed heat syncs. Electric start from supercapacitor. Twin headlights.

I would fill the covered shock forks with Rochelle salt to produce additional electricity. I would expect this bike to weigh in at under 350 pounds and get above 110 mph, and receive over 70mpg.

It could also be powered by Teslalectrics. Tesla's 1930 Pierce Arrow received 240 volts of electricity in the same way you receive radio. When radio and electricity were being discovered by Tesla and Edison and funded by JP Morgan and others, these other methods were also discovered. Unable to find out how to make universal human service profitable, Morgan stopped with project. The secret is to work with all people collectively.

The Tesla Motorcycle would be worthy of the name if it received power in this way. That would require a receiver to pick up power at approximately 8Hz through the Schuman field broadcast from a regional tower. The range on these things is apparently a radius of over 25 miles, as shown by Tesla's early experiments. The functional range is probably as far as radio goes. Since the earth's Schuman resonance is at around 8Hz from the ground to the ionosphere, carrying electricity at this Hz produces almost no interference or cost of transport. We could also move the energy through the ground, which would *not* discharge it, as shown by the lamps on the ground experiment, where energy was carried a long distance through the ground to power lamps that were plugged into the earth's soil.

So we could just fit one of those boxes in the Tesla Motorcycle, which Tesla said fit into the glove compartment of his 1930 Pierce Arrow and easily took the full sized car to 90mph.

I speculate that the motorcycle, being considerably lighter and at a lower profile, could be fitted with this and an electric motor for each wheel and achieve 150mph. Depending on how much energy was resonated from the field and the strength of the dynamos, the vehicle could break speed records. We'd probably keep production models down to 130mph.

On the Tesla Cycle we could also install the supercapacitor and some Liion battery packs for when it left a zone with electricity, and it would also continually charge when in the vicinity, and from the Rochelle salt forks.

Those are the most interesting power sources. We could also achieve a biodiesel motorcycle, with certain heat sync techniques and sound dampers to block the noise. Biodiesel is catching on, and a motorcycle to do it would have insane acceleration from torque. Giving it the IVT would also reduce necessary engine size. If it had a 0-60 of maybe 4 seconds and a top speed of only 90 or 100 we could forgive it.

We could use the sound box power source, which is a bit of trapped sound resonating endlessly in a box. That was one day supposed to power refrigerators and was invented in the late 1990's or early 2000's. I believe it is now in the hands of the military.

We could use any of the numerous patents for water splitting or water burning. It was said that a 1994 Ford Escort can get 25 miles per ounce on water alone. 128 ounces in a gallon makes that vehicle run at around 3200 mpg on water. Stanley Meyer would love to see that. His buggy, also cheched out by the military, ran on love. And water. Someone is making humvees that run on gas or water currently for the military, according to the news.

I'd like to see a vehicle running on the Motionless Electromagnetic Generator [MEG], which was granted a US patent in 2002 and produces 100x as much energy as it is fed. That could easily work in a vehicle even in space.

These possibilities are fantastic. We should switch over to them immediately. They can be made profitable by funding from the US and world governments. How do you charge for satellite television? Is the money really more valuable than free electricity? What is the ratio there? Find out at

We can also produce hydrogen through bacterial photosynthesis. If we could chimerize bacteria or produce a suitable ecosystem of them working together, we could probably turn most waste into energy or a usable safe chemical, and abandon nuclear and coal power plants.

The US Department of Transportation and NASA should merge boots. Read about new space travel possibilities for this power at the MidAirport.


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