Stanford has just “invented” the battery that I showed you how to make 3 weeks ago.
Literally the SAME ITEMS I SHOWED IN THE VIDEO !!!!! Aluminum and graphite . I’m not upset they’re making it. As I said in the video, someone would need to really manufacture this using better materials, and in a laboratory setting.
paper thin battery
Their video from April 6th 2015 (yesterday):
Here is my video from 3 weeks ago (March 13 2015) . Just for reference in case you want to know HOW the battery is actually producing voltage… more like a “generator” than a battery!
Here you can see the aluminum / graphite producing a 0.5V using a piece of tin foil and graphite toner powder from an old printer cartridge.
I tried to do a fundraiser to get some basic gear to do the experiments like they did at Stanford. But only 45 dollars was donated… So, I refunded the peoples money who donated, and cried myself to sleep that night. Like a true ex-goth punk loser, I became pensive and withdrawn (LOL!).
In all seriousness , apparently someone at Stanford is watching my videos?!!! Awesome news ( I suppose).
Too bad no inspirational credit was given. Such is life .. thankless. They’ll end up billionaires, I’m going to end up doing manual labor at minimum wage for the rest of my life. No joke on that.
Hoping for a mystery meteor, or other such event to take me out while not hurting anyone else 🙂 lol Please , can we get this over with already?! Hating life as much as I love it. Some day my name will be cleared, but that day will not be today apparently.
This electronegative voltage generation process can be done with OTHER materials, as long as they are layered in order of “greater” and “lesser” electronegativity.
pauling scaleAbove: the Pauling Scale of eletronegativity (seen in the EN column with numbers ranging from 0.7 Cesium to a much higher 4.0 Fluorine. To produce voltage, the layers must be “greater to lesser” in EN. Fluorine must be layered “under” Cesium. Like a piece of clear wrapping tape stuck to a piece of paper.. one layered on top of the other. The greater the difference between elements EN charge, the greater the voltage that is produced. This works with all physical elements that can be layered next to one another.
Description from below my video from 3 weeks ago :
“Printed Power! 🙂 Voltage on a piece of paper which lasts much longer than any battery available today? Yes.
DC power generation using non-moving, non-toxic, and even EDIBLE materials.
With this technology… in the future, we could indeed see wearable voltage generating clothes, newspapers + books which power themselves, metals pressed in such a way to produce their own voltage, new internal electronics made with the material which would then provide voltage to themselves.
“Books” of paper stacked to make greater voltage?!
The days of the 9V battery.. the days of the AA… AAA battery.. the days of the 12V battery for your car… the days of litium ion batteries for everything could be over.
Further research is needed.
Your contribution to this fundraiser will provide the funds I would need to properly devote my full time into developing this. Much finer manufacturing, higher grade materials, and an appropriate laboratory (closed experiment lab) are needed to do these experiments properly.
The initial results speak for themselves.
Generates 0.5V DC per square inch (or centimeter)! Thickness is paper thin. 0.9 to 1.0 μA / 0.5V DC (micro ampere and voltage per mm)… YES… that’s per millimeter!
The generator is also thermal reactive but not dependent on thermal reaction – meaning it generates MORE voltage when heated. Could be GREAT for solar panels.. non-breakable , would work in the Sun just like as a solar panel does, and would still generate voltage at night!
Once experiments are appropriately done in a controlled atmosphere, witnessed by multiple peers via peer review, then the options open up for manufacturing.
An electrical engineer will be needed for schematics , and copyrights / patents will need to be filed (as I am not an electrical engineer or a lawyer- yet!).
More on electronegativity here:
Pauling Scale here:
Longer description of this thin DC generator or (Layered elemental electronegative voltage generator)
Layers of elements arranged in such a way to create DC current generators on a 1inch piece of paper, or even smaller.
Total thickness is about a sheet of printer paper!
NOT a “battery”.. rather, its actually generating electricity… it is a paper thin non moving generator which constantly produces voltage (with no heat!).
Not a chemical reaction, as the current is generated by a sharing of electrons between hard surfaces!!!!!!!!! Voltage is being generated via ionization discharge between elements (also known as “electronegative discharge”). Literally electrons passing between elements layered in a particular order.
If manufactured properly, the results will be much better, but as it stands right now this is a HUGE Breakthrough.
PRINTED VOLTAGE .. generating power which lasts as long as the layers are together! Stacked together, or made larger, could power much more than a 9V or 12V source. If made in a ‘book’ could theoretically provide 120V or 220V DC .. also 20amp service to homes (theoretically) !
Initial experiments prove this source generates 0.5V DC per square inch (or centimeter), measured 0.5V DC down to 1mm square! Thickness is paper thin as well!
0.9 to 1.0 μA / 0.5V DC (micro ampere and voltage per mm) !
IF this is perfected, we can print high voltage and low voltage paper , component chips, and self powered circuits which pull their power from this electronegative reaction.
All the materials used are either edible or non toxic! Generates zero heat, and will work in high or low temperatures.
Is also THERMAL reactive, therefore voltage actually will increase as the paper is warmed up. IF YOU HOLD IT.. it increases the voltage due to your body heat. If you blow hot air on it, it also increases voltage.