The future is all wet #2
I wrote about this a long time ago, and felt this would be a great thing for creating power and muting the enviro-idiots. Now the wave farm is up and running, powering 1,500 homes! I know the picture looks like submarines (which is cool) but that’s not the case. Using nature to power pistons and generators is brilliant and cost effective. This type of technology should be used around the world and we can cut back on our oil consumption. Instead of the brain dead city council here in Ottawa coming up with (stupid) ideas like using snow in the summer for air conditioning, they should consider this for the Ottawa river. By the way, My idea for converting snow to steam for HEAT in the winter is a better idea. But of course we pay them the big bucks as taxpayers to hear them talk about garbage pickup for a month. Or denying parts of the city waste bins in favor of street benches. How can you fight stupidity like that? That lack of intelligent thought also rears it’s face in the transit planning, where they say digging a tunnel under the downtown core would be cheaper than planning an above ground train system like the SKYTRAIN in Vancouver. I guess making sense is not in the job description.
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