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D.E.S. generator 2

United States Patent Application

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D.E.S. GENERATOR 2, an electricity-generating System consisting of a plurality of mechanical devices for producing and transmitting rotary motions; connecting instrument for transferring said rotary motions; means for engaging said connecting instrument; mechanical device for converting mechanical energy into electrical energy; and an unconventional means for spinning said mechanical devices for producing and transmitting rotary motions which make said mechanical device converting mechanical energy into electrical energy generate electricity. Said unconventional means not being any kind of fossil fuel, nor water, nor wind, nor solar power but, nevertheless, is capable of doing what water or wind can do, and is readily available, inexhaustible, renewable and sustainable. Unlike the wind and solar power, however, it does not depend on nor is affected by any kind of weather conditions. Thus, it is reliable and can make the D.E.S. Generating System generate electrical energy continuously. Said D.E.S. Generating System can be designed to continuously generate several giga-watts of clean electrical energy.
Suaan, Dale E. (Marlton, NJ)
12/ 459,217
June 26, 2009
STATEMENT REGARDING FEDERALLY-SPONSORED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT [0002] The U.S. Federal Government has been sponsoring, energy-related researches and renewable energy projects to solve the problem of emission and to reduce importation expenses on fossil fuels. In spite of the millions of dollars of Federal funding, not much have been accomplished in the field of electricity-generation. Triggered by the current Economic crisis, more emphasis has been given to Wind power and Solar energy, in spite of their limitations. In America as well as in other parts of the world, there is still so much reliance on fossil fuels for electricity-generation that the problem of emission still remains to be solved. This invention hopes to address the current problem.