econ_AAiC_can_it_work_power_of_the_moon_to_clean_up_after_factories

the economic ideas is to use an economic formula to clean up after companies

where it does not cost the customers any extra money

and it does not cost the company any extra money

the idea may only work for poor companies ... ???

the idea would require a self contained economic formula using root based economics ... ???

people who might want to do it would be

people who are super passionate about cleaning up the environment ... ???

 

a percentage of these ideas are really old ideas,

the ideas are still here in case something can be done with it ...

 

people could use this energy to make tools to 

clean the water on the shore ???

people could create an algebraic economy 

within an economy ???

to supply power and tools to turn waste products 

into safe products for use in an economy ???

 or for storage for later generations to use as a product or tool ... ???

 

Use the algebraic economic power of the moon to clean the planet ???

of course you would need to check the math to make sure it is correct but here is the idea ...

 

 

given ???

water weighs 62.5 pounds per cubic foot ???

something that has no weight

that displaces a cubic foot of water

could lift 60 pounds ???

 

1,000

feet by

1,000

feet

1,000,000

square feet

60

lbs. of upward lift per cubic foot

60,000,000

pounds of upward lift

one horse can pull up

330

with a pulley ???

would be the same as

181,818

horses pulling on a steel cable ???

 

 

1 horsepower is equivalent to 746 watts. ???

So if you took a 1-horsepower horse and put it on a treadmill,

it could operate a generator producing a continuous 746 watts ???

1,000

feet by

1,000

feet

1,000,000

square feet

60

lbs. of upward lift per cubic foot ???

60,000,000

pounds of upward lift ???

one horse can pull up

330

pounds with a pulley ???

would be the same as

181,818

horses pulling on a steel cable ???

one horse =

746

watts

181,818

horses =

135,636,364

watts of power

200

amp panel at full load is

200

amps x

120

volts

= watts

24000

135,636,364

watts total divided by

24000

watts per panel

5,651.52

electric panels

or 5,651       24,000 watt generators ???

 

 

 

here is other ideas as well

1 horsepower is equivalent to 746 watts.

So if you took a 1-horsepower horse and put it on a treadmill,

it could operate a generator producing a continuous 746 watts.

so it is possible that 33 real horses on a treadmill could equal the power of a 24,000 watt generator

if the horses were to be worked one hour and rested the rest

you would need

33

horses

24

hours of shifts

792

you would need this many horses ???

how much food would you need for the horses ???

how much area would you need for the horses ???

if this is how you do your algebraic economics math ???

you probably would need to be a millionaire to be able to afford such a task ???

if customers who like to ride horses, and the horses enjoyed carrying people

you would have

792

horses

-33

minus working

759

horses available to give rides to customers

if you were able to charge

1.04

percent the cost of a ride

then the electricity could algebraically economically cost nothing ???

call home depot, ( or anywhere that is comparable ) and

compare a 24000 watt generator that uses gas ???

how much does the generator cost ???

how much does it cost a month to burn the gas ???

 

 

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