Electricity using low grade heat

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Please explain how this differs from other perpetual motion machines. You can't get more power from a generator than it takes to generate the wind. It's basic conservation of energy.

The topic mentions low grade heat. Where does this come into your proposed machine?
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Just a few more points; I realise you're going to push back against criticism. So I'll try to make it simple.

You mention generating 8 m/s of wind with 500 W, and how 8 m/s can generate some 3 kW. But the wind generated from the 500 W blower won't have the power behind it to generate anything like 500 W of electricity, let along 3 kW. The air will simply slow down when it encounters the resistance of the blades of the turbine that connects to the generator. The air at 8 m/s that generates 3 kW of electricity has a lot more power behind it than 500 W. In fact, it has to be considerably more than 3 kW.

This means that your idea violates the law of conservation of energy, and that means you won't get anyone sensible to fund your prototype.
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no i don't believe your a prince
no i don't believe you have 35 Million dollars
no you can not have $1000 of my money to help you get your millions out of your country
yes i believe that you are deluded and most likely a scammer
If you don't have time to do it right,
When will you have time to do it over

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Anyway, Where's the setting to take care of covid19, or the upgrade to take care of covid20 (the one without advertisements, I hate those advertisements).
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Well I certainly wouldn't call you a scammer. But I do think your understanding of thermodynamics needs help.

There's always time to learn, and places like this should be about learning, no matter how rudimentary your understanding might be.
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