Humans are Energy Producing Machines
. Harvesting Energy from Humans, but
not like the Matrix
exercise equipment that when used generates electricity
Home should have an exercise machine that generates electricity
and stores that electrical energy in
to run appliances.
People can also educate themselves at the same time if they have monitors
in front of them that provides free education and tutoring.
You can also provide information and knowledge about exercising
and nutrition and even connect them with a personal trainer. This way you can have another good reason to exercise, with one
being that you're learning something new each time. Multitasking at
its finest. And if you also
let them see how much energy they produce
this will also be
another great incentive. Humans are the most effective, natural and
renewable energy resource on the planet, we can also be
repurposed. And with that many options and benefits, not even
oil can compete with humans. We simply can produce more without
all those negative side effects.
, or natural gas, or
only true contender.
is the process by which energy is derived
from external sources (e.g., solar power, thermal energy, wind
energy, salinity gradients, and kinetic energy, also known as
ambient energy), captured, and stored for small, wireless
autonomous devices, like those used in wearable electronics and
wireless sensor networks.
is work or energy that is produced from the
human body. It can also refer to the power (rate of work per
time) of a human. Power comes primarily from muscles, but body
heat is also used to do work like warming shelters, food, or
other humans. Power
to the People
Researchers visualize bacteria motor in first step toward
human-produced electrical energy
. Humans, one day, may be
able to produce their own electrical energy in the same way
electric eels do. A rotational motor dubbed V1 that functions as
part of a pump that moves sodium ions across the membrane as a
part of healthy cellular processes. Energy conversion efficiency
of rotary molecular motor is much higher than that of human-made
Harvesting energy from the human knee
. An energy harvester
is attached to the wearer's knee and can generate 1.6 microwatts
of power while the wearer walks without any increase in effort.
The energy is enough to power small electronics like health
monitoring equipment and GPS devices. The prototype weighs only
307 grams (0.68 pounds) and was tested on human subjects walking
at speeds from 2 to 6.5 kilometers per hour (about 1 to 4 miles
per hour). The researchers compared the wearers' breathing
patterns with and without the device and determined that the
energy required to walk was unchanged, meaning that the device
is generating power at no cost to the human. Self-powered
wearable devices can enable users to get rid of the inconvenient
"Why would a human exercise if they're not going to produce any
energy? If a human does some physical work, they should produce
something, like energy
. If you work out just to look good and
feel good, then you're wasting the
have created during your exercise, and you're doing it just to feel good about
yourself and stroke your own ego
. Use your good looks and good
health for some benefit that can be used to perform some needed
work. It's a bad investment when you use food and water only to
do some physical work that produces almost nothing. Why have strength and endurance if you never use it to do
You should at least
learn something valuable
during your exercise."
Exercise motions or
that could drive a generator and produce
. There is also
that can be tapped for energy.
can be in excess of 10,000 volts, but because of a low amperage
it's harmless! And the person who is exercising and generating
energy gets energy credits that can be used towards their energy
bill. Not a bad incentive for a strong and healthy body.
Exercise machines can also be made to do
other work like turn a mill, a mixer,
a clothes washer
, a sander
or sharpener. They can also run
equipment like grinders and water pumps
- Pedal-Powered Machines (Bicimaquinas)
Monolift Playground Water Pumps
Roundabout Play Pump
uses the energy of children at play to
operate a water pump.
help create the perfect
that requires little effort.
Workout while you work, or Workout while you Learn and Educate
Sit or Stand Table
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computer chair with 4
positions. Prolonged Sitting Dangers
HOVR - Unconsciously Burn More Calories at Work
Two great ideas, but these Human actions
don't produce energy, Why?
Russian government offers
tickets in Moscow in exchange for 30 up-downs in under two minutes
Health Stations give free rides to passengers who perform 10 squats
Can a Human generate 0.7 horsepower?
Kinetic energy (limb motion), strain energy (muscle force), and
thermal energy (body heat) are three main forms of energy that
can be harvested from the human body.
is a stationary exercise machine used to simulate
stair climbing, walking, or running without causing excessive
pressure to the joints, hence decreasing the risk of impact
injuries. For this reason, people with some injuries can use an
elliptical to stay fit, as the low impact affects them little.
Elliptical trainers offer a non-impact cardiovascular workout
that can vary from light to high intensity based on the speed of
the exercise and the resistance preference set by the user. The
one on right can exercise standing or sit down recumbent style.
is also known as exercise bicycle,
exercise bike, spinning bike, spinbike, or exercycle, which is a
device with saddle, pedals, and some form of handlebars arranged
as on a bicycle, but used as exercise equipment rather than
transportation. A stationary bicycle is usually a
special-purpose exercise machine resembling a bicycle without
true wheels, but it is also possible to adapt an ordinary
bicycle for stationary exercise by placing it on bicycle rollers
or a trainer. Rollers and trainers are often used by racing
cyclists to warm up before racing, or to train on their own
We could even use
Multiple Stationary Bikes or Elliptical Machines to Drive One Big
, a group effort.
One Hour on an Exercise Bike produces One Days worth of Electricity
During the Pandemic
, bicycle shops were deemed essential businesses that
could stay open, according to tracking by the League of American
Bicyclists. Bike sales in March were up by 50% over last year,
according to the market research firm the NPD Group. Including
stationary exercise bikes, sales grew by 31% in the first
quarter of the year over the same time last year. Many bike
products have since been granted exclusions to tariffs, but the
exclusions are set to expire in August and September.
Bike Powered Generator
Rerev - Retrofitting Gym Equipment
to make alternative energy in a safe, fun, carbon-neutral and
healthy manner. The kinetic motion of aerobic exercise is
captured in an efficient and cost effective way to convert
otherwise wasted energy into productive renewable energy that
feeds back into the building’s electrical system.
Bicycle Generator Power Pulley Dynamo
Bicycle with Car Alternator 1 Crank = 40 Rotations
Bicycle Generator Stand
Power Bicycle Generator with Power
Convertor and Battery
is an electronic device or circuitry that
changes direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC).
Make your own no welding pedal stand
Why do you need a Blocking Diode
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Powered 2 Person Ferris Wheel
Man-Powered Ferris Wheel
Human-Powered, Giant Theme Park Playground: Ai Pioppi in Italy
(youtube) - Can also be converted to produce energy.
Fractional Horsepower Motor
that Generates Electricity
- Zip Around Town In Style And Make Electricity At
Recharge Power Pack
Generators - Alternators
mechanical energy to electrical energy in the form of
alternating current. For reasons of cost and simplicity, most
alternators use a rotating
with a stationary armature. Occasionally, a linear alternator or
a rotating armature with a stationary magnetic field is used. In
principle, any AC electrical generator can be called an
alternator, but usually the term refers to small rotating
machines driven by automotive and other internal combustion
engines. An alternator that uses a permanent magnet for its
magnetic field is called a
which is an electrical generator that uses permanent magnets to
produce periodic pulses of alternating current. Alternators in power stations driven by steam turbines
are called turbo-alternators. Large 50 or 60 Hz three phase
alternators in power plants generate most of the world's
electric power, which is distributed by electric power grids. What's better an
is the small-scale generation of heat and
electric power by individuals, small businesses and communities
to meet their own needs, as alternatives or supplements to
traditional centralized grid-connected power.
creates Electricity by just walking.
is the modification of the wetting properties
of a surface (which is typically hydrophobic) with an applied
Personal Energy Generator
440 Watt Regulated Pedal Power Bicycle Generator
Dynamo bicycle hubs generate power while you ride
so you can keep your light lit or your devices charged, also
smartphone mounts for your bicycle.
Solar Inverter Charger
Portable Solar Generator
Portable Solar Panels
Paralleled or Series
is used for
converting an alternating current (AC) input into a direct
current (DC) output.
is an arrangement of four (or more) diodes in a
bridge circuit configuration that provides the same polarity of
output for either polarity of input.
Generator for Electric Bike or Trike
(youtube) - Generator
to Alternator Conversion
refers to a gearbox that uses gears and gear
trains to provide speed and torque conversions from a rotating
power source to another device. (power transmission system).
are gear teeth designed to ensure the pitch
circles of engaging gears roll on each other without slipping,
providing a smooth transmission of rotation from one gear to the next.
consists of two gears mounted so that the center of one gear
revolves around the center of the other. A carrier connects the
centers of the two gears and rotates to carry one gear, called
the planet gear, around the other, called the sun gear. The
planet and sun gears mesh so that their pitch circles roll
without slip. A point on the pitch circle of the planet gear
traces an epicycloid curve. In this simplified case, the sun
gear is fixed and the planetary gear(s) roll around the sun gear.
Reduction - 11 Million to one Gearing
(IVT) (youtube) Ratching technology
Infinitely Variable Transmission.
D-Drive Infinitely Variable Geared Transmission
Evolutionary new bicycle transmission
Cambiogear Bicycle Transmission
invention magnetic transmission system
More Energy Sources
, you wouldn't be reading this page right
now. And it's not because your computer wouldn't work. It's
because your Brain
Human Energy Fields
is a field of subtle, luminous radiation surrounding a
person or object like the halo or aureola.
Human Energy Field
is a field of energy which
surrounds and penetrates the body. The aura underlies and
supports the functioning of the body.
Human body creates around 100 watts of
rest. The energy requirement of an average man is 2,500
per day, and one Calorie
is 4184J. Therefore he emits about 10.5MJ/day or about 120W.
Human Magnetic Field
is the first or lowest layer in the "human
energy field" or aura. It is said to be in immediate contact with the
physical body, to sustain it and connect it with "higher" bodies.
is a path through which the life-energy
known as "qi" flows.
the flow of
energy that sustains living beings
is thought to be an energy point or node in the
is the Sanskrit word for "life force" or vital
describes an esoteric energy or hypothetical
universal life force
mixture of catalyzed fiberglass resin with metal shavings, particles or
powders, poured into molds.Extra
- Wireless Energy
is the phenomenon of magnetic fields produced
by living organisms.
is the name
for the electromagnetic field of any organism.
is the study of the electrical
properties of biological cells
tissues. It involves measurements of voltage change or electric current on
a wide variety of scales from single ion channel proteins to whole organs
like the heart. In neuroscience, it includes measurements of the
electrical activity of neurons, and particularly action potential
activity. Recordings of large-scale electric signals from the nervous
system, such as electroencephalography, may also be referred to as
electrophysiological recordings. They are useful for electrodiagnosis and
measures the magnetization of a magnetic
material like a ferromagnet, or to measure the strength and, in some
cases, the direction of the magnetic field at a point in space.
is a collection of photographic techniques used to
capture the phenomenon of electrical coronal discharges
"electrophotography", "corona discharge photography" (CDP), "bioelectrography",
"gas discharge visualization (GDV)","electrophotonic imaging (EPI)",
and, in Russian literature, "Kirlianography".
Do humans pulsate from 0.3 to 30 Hz (Cycles
Per Second, Hertz
) with most of the activity in the range of 7-8 Hz ?
Is it the same frequency range as brain waves?
does each nerve and muscle work by electrical
Can those tiny points of positive and
be measured by very sensitive electric instruments like
Does the human body generate between 10 and 100
? - Electricity
Does the average adult have enough energy stored
in fat as a one-ton battery?
is the positive voltage of 80-100mV
seen in the cochlear endolymphatic spaces.Within the cochlea the EP varies
in the magnitude all along its length. When a sound is presented, the
either positive or negative in the endolymph, depending on the stimulus.
The change in the potential is called the summating potential.
Do our cells
have more negative
potassium ions inside the cell and less positive sodium ions
outside the cell? Our bodies are huge masses of
, so does
this mean that we can generate electricity? Everything is made
up of atoms, and atoms are made up of protons, neutrons and
electrons. Protons have a positive charge, neutrons have a
neutral charge, and electrons have a negative charge. When these
charges are out of balance, an atom becomes either positively or
negatively charged. The switch between one type of charge and
the other allows electrons to flow from one atom to another.
This flow of electrons, or a negative charge, is what we call
Luminescence - Chemical Energy
are photons of light in the ultraviolet and low
range that are produced by a biological system
. They are non-thermal in
origin, and the emission of biophotons is technically a type of
bioluminescence, though bioluminescence is generally reserved for higher
luminance luciferin/luciferase systems. The term biophoton used in this
narrow sense should not be confused with the broader field of biophotonics,
which studies the general interaction of
with biological systems.
is the production and
emission of light by a living
. It is a form of chemiluminescence. Bioluminescence occurs widely
in marine vertebrates and invertebrates, as well as in some fungi,
microorganisms including some bioluminescent bacteria and terrestrial
invertebrates such as fireflies. In some animals, the light is produced by
symbiotic organisms such as Vibrio bacteria.
Chemical Energy from Food
is an optical phenomenon and electrical phenomenon
in which a material
emits light in response to the passage of an electric
current or to a strong electric field. This is distinct from black body
light emission resulting from heat (incandescence), from a chemical
reaction (chemiluminescence), sound (sonoluminescence), or other
mechanical action (mechanoluminescence).
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is the study of the electrical properties of
biological cells and tissues. It involves measurements of voltage changes
or electric current or manipulations on a wide variety of scales from
single ion channel proteins to whole organs like the heart. In
, it includes
measurements of the electrical activity of neurons, and, in particular,
action potential activity. Recordings of large-scale electric signals from
the nervous system, such as
, may also be referred to as
electrophysiological recordings. They are useful for electrodiagnosis and
is the emission of light (luminescence), as the
result of a chemical reaction
is emission of light by a substance not resulting from
; it is thus a form of cold-body radiation. It can be caused by
chemical reactions, electrical energy, subatomic motions, or stress on a
is the emission of short bursts of
when excited by
is a form of luminescence created by
upon certain solids. This phenomenon is characterized by
recombination processes involving electrons, holes and impurity ion
centres. Some piezoelectric crystals give off a certain amount of
piezoluminescence when under pressure, as in handheld cigarette lighters
when the button is pressed. Irradiated salts, such as
NaCl, KCl, KBr and polycrystalline chips of LiF (TLD-100), have been found
to exhibit piezoluminescent properties. It has also been discovered that
ferroelectric polymers exhibit piezoluminescence upon the application of
describes the tendency of certain materials to change
with the application of
. This effect is
particularly pronounced in plastics.
any eukaryotic organism
that is not an
animal, plant or fungus. The protists do not form a natural group, or
clade, but are often grouped together for convenience, like
Dinoflagellata's are a large group of flagellate eukaryotes that
constitute the phylum Dinoflagellata. Most are marine plankton, but they
are common in freshwater habitats, as well. Their populations are
distributed depending on temperature, salinity, or depth. Many
dinoflagellates are known to be
but a large fraction of these are in fact mixotrophic, combining
photosynthesis with ingestion of prey (phagotrophy). In terms of number of
species, dinoflagellates form one of the largest groups of marine
eukaryotes, although this group is substantially smaller than the diatoms.
Some species are endosymbionts of marine animals and play an important
part in the biology of coral reefs. Other dinoflagellates are unpigmented
predators on other protozoa, and a few forms are parasitic (see for
example Oodinium, Pfiesteria). Some dinoflagellates produce resting
stages, called dinoflagellate cysts or dinocysts, as part of their
lifecycles. Dinoflagellates are considered to be protists, with their own
division, Dinoflagellata. About 1,555 species of free-living marine
dinoflagellates are currently described. Another estimate suggests about
2,000 living species, of which more than 1,700 are marine (free-living, as
well as benthic) and about 220 are from fresh water. The latest estimates
suggest a total of 2,294 living dinoflagellate species, which includes
marine, freshwater and parasitic dinoflagellates. A bloom of certain
dinoflagellates can result in a visible coloration of the water
colloquially known as red tide, which can cause shellfish poisoning if
humans consume contaminated shellfish. Some dinoflagellates also exhibit
bioluminescence—primarily emitting blue-green light.
- Electricity in Nature
is a type of photoluminescence related to
fluorescence. Unlike fluorescence, phosphorescent material does not
immediately re-emit the
it absorbs. The slower time scales of the re-emission are
associated with "forbidden
. As these
transitions occur very slowly in certain materials, absorbed radiation is
re-emitted at a lower intensity for up to several hours after the original
excitation. Everyday examples of phosphorescent materials are the
, stickers, paint, and
clock dials that glow after being charged with a
such as in any
normal reading or room light that makes
go into a
higher state of energy
slowly go back to ground state. Typically, the glow slowly fades out,
sometimes within a few minutes or up to a few hours in a dark room. The
study of phosphorescent materials led to the discovery of radioactivity in
is the emission of
by a substance that has absorbed light or other
. It is a form of luminescence.
from any form of matter
after the absorption of photons
(electromagnetic radiation). It is one of many forms of luminescence
(light emission) and is initiated by
(i.e. photons that excite
to a higher
energy level in an atom), hence the prefix photo-. Following excitation
various relaxation processes typically occur in which other photons are
re-radiated. Time periods between absorption and emission may vary:
ranging from short femtosecond-regime for emission involving free-carrier
plasma in inorganic semiconductors up to milliseconds for Phosphorescence
processes in molecular systems; and under special circumstances delay of
emission may even span to minutes or hours. Observation of
photoluminescence at a certain energy can be viewed as an indication that
an electron populated an excited state associated with this transition
energy. While this is generally true in atoms and similar systems,
correlations and other more complex phenomena also act as sources for
photoluminescence in many-body systems such as semiconductors. A
theoretical approach to handle this is given by the semiconductor
luminescence equations. Quantum
describes the average spectral sensitivity of
human visual perception
It is based on subjective judgements of which of a pair of different-colored
is brighter, to describe relative sensitivity to light of
should not be considered perfectly accurate in every case, but it is a
very good representation of visual sensitivity of the human
and it is valuable as a baseline
for experimental purposes.
. Discovery of
that emit light in the ultraviolet region when excited
with visible light
Fluorescence usually entails the conversion of light
at shorter wavelengths to light at longer wavelengths. Scientists have now
discovered a chromophore system that goes the other way around. When
excited by visible light, the fluorescent dyes emit light in the
ultraviolet region. According to the study, such light upconversion
systems could boost the light-dependent reactions for which efficiency is
important, such as solar-powered water splitting.
Glow in the Dark Roads and Sidewalks
Luminescent wood could light up homes of the future
. Researchers have
developed a bio-based, luminescent, water-resistant wood film that could
someday be used as cover panels for lamps, displays and laser devices.
Researchers light the way for organic glow-in-the-dark materials
Organic materials could soon be utilized for glow-in-the-dark products,
which has the potential to diversify and expand the already US$400 million
industry, thanks to new research.
is a chemical compound that has luminescent properties.
is a fluorescent chemical compound that can re-emit light
upon light excitation. contain several combined aromatic groups, or
planar or cyclic molecules with several pi bonds.
generic term for the light-emitting compound found in organisms that
generate bioluminescence. Luciferins typically undergo an enzyme-catalysed
oxidation and the resulting excited state intermediate emits light upon
decaying to its ground state. This may refer to molecules that are
substrates for both luciferases and
, which are a type of enzyme, made of protein, from
bioluminescent organisms. They add to the function of the luciferins whose
usual light-producing reaction is catalyzed by the enzyme luciferase.
is a substance that exhibits the phenomenon of luminescence.
Chemists get peek at novel fluorescence
. Chemists find a second level
of fluorescence in single-walled carbon nanotubes. The phenomenon may be
useful in solar energy and optoelectronic applications. The reaction
begins when light excites a solution containing a dye called rose bengal.
Oxygen molecules dissolved in the solution capture energy from the dye,
forming an energized form of O2. These then transfer their energy to
nanotubes, where excitons -- quasiparticles made of electrons and electron
holes -- are generated in their triplet state. With a bit of added thermal
energy, those excitons get promoted to a higher energy singlet state that
emits the observed fluorescence.
is an order of Hydrozoans, a class of marine organisms
belonging to the phylum Cnidaria. According to the World Register of
Marine Species, the order contains 175 species. Although a siphonophore
may appear to be an individual organism, each specimen is in fact a
colonial organism composed of medusoid and polypoid zooids that are
morphologically and functionally specialized. Zooids are multicellular
units that develop from a single fertilized egg and combine to create
functional colonies able to reproduce, digest, float, maintain body
positioning, and use jet propulsion to move. Most colonies are long, thin,
transparent floaters living in the pelagic zone. Like other hydrozoans,
some siphonophores emit light to attract and attack prey
. While many sea
animals produce blue and green bioluminescence, the siphonophore was only
the second life form found to produce a red light (the first one being the
scaleless dragonfish Chirostomias pliopterus).