My mind seems to be on track with the cutting edge of scientific research because of the recurrence of coincidences between my unexpressed daydreams, imaginings, ponderings, and musings and the current scientific literature. I think, they create. It seems to be a pattern, albeit, of mere coincidences. Unless the Red Hot Chili Peppers are not just metaphorical when they play Californication and the lyrics say, “Psychic spies from China try to steal your mind’s elation…” These researchers are Chinese, too. I swear, my brain is very keen on trends. I was just thinking about the possibility of developing a device that converts the ubiquitous evaporation (essentially, anti-gravity) in conjunction with the natural, sustainable force called gravity. The device would rotate via conversion of gaseous ascension into mechanical force while gravity would further the rotation of the rotor to produce electricity from the electromotive force whereby a rotating magnetic field (permanent magnets attached to rotor) can induce an alternating electric current in a current carrying conductor (coils in stator). The next day, I read this in the news:
- Xi Chen, Davis Goodnight, Zhenghan Gao, Ahmet H. Cavusoglu, Nina Sabharwal, Michael DeLay, Adam Driks, Ozgur Sahin. Scaling up nanoscale water-driven energy conversion into evaporation-driven engines and generators. Nature Communications, 2015; 6: 7346 DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8346
They’re Chinese… and they’re psychic.