wireless electricity

bbc wireless electricity wi-tricity - bbc's example of how wireless electricity works
June 16, 2007 5:11am CST
I cant believe this i mean wireless electricity!!!!! check this video out on youtube by the bbc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CH6U1eyrsHY It would be good if they put it in busses, trains and on the streets like there doing with wi-fi
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@kbkbooks (7030)
• Canada
28 Jun 07
This concept, it seems to me, has been around for a long time. Like you say, it would eliminate the need for batteries in the now "electric" and hybrid cars. It means the copper coil power would need to be installed globally in order for us to function the same no matter where we went with our appliances and cars. If well used, it could also mean the elimination of our power being put out by thunderstorms which put out our electricity sub stations and centers that control cities and villages.
@bcl_me (583)
• Philippines
16 Jun 07
Wow..that is so very interesting...I would really love to look forward to having not to plug anything becasue it is kind of messy having lots of wires around. This technology would surely succeed and would easily gain wide acceptance once the technology has become powerful enough to power ref, pc and all other stuff....amazing...I think we are slowly acheiving the promise of the Jetson's space age technologies...but what I am looking forward to are those flying and foldable cars thould easily fit in your briefcase...that would truly amaze me.