James, George Noory, New York discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory


Welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with you, Professor James McKinney with us. We will take calls with James. Next hour here on coast to Coast, Jim, You've taken a look at our world energy independence, And there's some question over whether batteries will get us out of this or not. What do you think? My opinion is that batteries are like a great big band aid. And it's a crutch that the only reason it's there is because the stuff that's creating the energy. The three played. Wind turbines and solar panels simply don't work and So they're trying to put a big band aid on it, and even that's not going to work if you look at the calculations No matter how you cut it. It's not going to work and batteries. Batteries don't generate energy. They just store energy. So the problem is, we're not generating enough energy and we don't have the right systems. My patented wing generator will solve the world Energy problem. By converting wind. In the whole issue there is you overbilled. You build out 150% of the energy requirement. You use a baseline of natural gas for the grid. And that's simply to generate the frequency and top it off. So to speak. Give you that last 5%. And then by governing down the wing generators. You provide 100% of our electricity. And there's other myths like, for example, they say, Well, the wind is in constant. It doesn't That's because they have not built it out properly. We know where the windy places are, and if you put properly built wind systems in the windy places. If you take the overall energy and wind in the United States didn't given time. It's a constant. If it's not blowing in New York it's blowing in L A. If it's not blowing in San Francisco is blowing in Miami. It's somewhere. Somewhere. Yeah. And so if you overbuild, we can contribute 100% of the requirement to the grid. With a properly designed system without batteries. What is your wing generator looked like and how big is it? Well, there's your the graphics that you have posted on a coast to Coast Web page there. Just click and below my name on the front page there. There's an example of one that is in a markup of an electric car charging station. That particular one is 250 kilowatts, which is pretty small. These can get up. That's the beauty of this. Is that it's a low rpm. The generators are specifically designed for low rpm. They last a long time. They're designed for 50 years of use, and they can go up to, uh, of the size like into the 250 megawatt range. Which means a few of those will replace coal or nuclear or natural gas power plants. What size would you need James to power a house? Let's say House you could do with, say, 10 kilowatts, you know, but typically to what you run into his zoning. So you trying to put one on everybody's house? Is not a good plan because the other thing is as you make them bigger. The cost per unit of electricity goes way down. So what you want to do is you want to build will maybe 1000 big ones. Around the country, and that would power our country. Uh, you know that. And then you like I say, top it off with natural gas, which are relatively inexpensive there like a jet engine. Really. It's a two stage electric generating plant. So we would have a constant flow of electricity. And the other thing with the generators with natural gas is they would provide the frequency they would regulate it. But the majority 95% of the power would literally come from the wind and solar absolutely needs batteries because the sun only shame certain amount of Time during the day. I believe that we should go forward Overbuild what? The wing generator of the Manhattan Project type of scenario. And and move forward without using batteries. Could we use the power lines that go into our house? The same way to feed the power. Absolutely absolutely, You know, there's another myth that the central power company should control the voltage and frequency. It's never really was designed that way. The original Tesla design When all of you have a ups, and I'm sure in your in the studio George, you probably have a pretty healthy supply of ups equipment to happen to all the voltage and Frequency. That's because the central power company cannot do it. Everybody out there. I bet you everybody listening has a ups someplace in their house hooked up to the T V computer, Whatever. That's because the central power company cannot control but they but they insist on doing that. So you already have that equipment in your house. Now All you have to do is provide a grid that is lovely, regulated and providing enough power and that's it. You you will have very stable power at the point of views. How much would it cost us? It would cost less than a single nuclear power plan to do the whole country. Wow. And and in terms of a monthly electric bill, would we have something? Well, there's always maintenance. There's the initial cost installation, but if it was done right, it was done to think of it like the highway once you put in a highway or say a runway at an airport Thousands of planes are going to come in and land or hundreds of thousands of cars are going to go on that highway. So it's that initial infrastructure cost, and after that, it's just maintenance. The same thing with this a national electric plan. Is it also It gives you some majority on the grid Because now you have your energy source is distributed. And that's I'm also on a panel and national panel for, uh, the grid protecting the grid. Sure, that's right. And And so all of these concepts come into play. Are you with Peter? Pry? Yes, there's a number of people I just called up the other day. I got an email. To assist in a meeting a group out of Colorado. It was discussing the whole issue of good hardening and resiliency. And so I meant activity actively involved in that and hopefully We will get something done. It always becomes a political football and you take the politicians and it and it kind of ends there. And part of it is because we're fighting the power companies that have this archaic architecture for great electricity, and it could be solved very easily by distributed energy sources, including the wind. And then also shunts shunts and induct Ear's. Are the way to go. So what you do is if there's an EMP of some kind. You isolate the grid elements and it's all done in a flash. These are smart elements and.

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