Hi, I'm raising funds to build a battery that will generate it own energy from acidic things that are better for the environment. Things like vinegar, soda, acid whey, lemons! (And whatever else your creative mind can think of!) It will also help end the overgrowth in landfills and prove energy to those who are and live in cruel environments. With your help I plan to build a proper eco-friendly battery. I've already built one, and while it was functional. It wasn't as great nor as good as (and for) what I intended for it to be used for. It broke to easily, and that was because I only had spent less than five dollars. There isn't much to pull off. I know what I need to do and all I need is your support. This is a pretty big problem and its a shame we don't heard to much about it the "Environmental problems associated with batteries are identified as a problem material
in the waste stream. Batteries are made
from a variety of chemicals to power their
reactions. Some of these chemicals, such
as nickel and cadmium, are extremely toxic
and can cause damage to humans and the
In particular, they can cause soil and
water pollution and endanger wildlife. For
example, cadmium can cause damage to soil
micro-organisms and affect the breakdown of
organic matter. It can also bioaccumulate in
fish, which reduces their numbers and makes
them unfit for human consumption."
Here a video of it (the prototype) in action. I had some trouble uploading it to my page. The most amazing thing was when I first put it together, that that it was registering 2.06 which is 50% higher than a regular, non rechargeable, AA battery as it dried up, because I was trying to get the most perfect video, (yeah... I know epic fail) it lost about 40% of it's power then jumped to 1.97. However, still smaller and more powerful than a AA battery!!! Just wait till the real deal! Super Power!
If you're curious the funds would be going to; research to secure a most efficient design, manufacturering the final product, delivering it to those who need it most, and finally to launching a startup company.
Batteries_final. (2009). Retrieved November 3, 2016, from https://www.cleanup.org.au/PDF/au/batteries_final.pdf
Risks and challenges
Well, unless the laws of physics the govern the universe suddenly decide to change, I should be okay. But should something happen I'll take the time to figure it out and you guys will be first to know that I'm having a problem. I like to think I'm qualified, because when something is hard for me I break it down and attack it till it's obsolete.
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Math is one of my favorite subjects, because I enjoy challenges. While I am just a weird kid I'm pretty good weird kid, most likely the best weird kid for the job. But any question you have I'll be happy to answer.