Solar Energy Breakthrough

Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2008 03:11:00 -1000

Subject: New Solar Power Material Can Capture Every Color of the Rainbow

New Solar Power Material Can Capture Every Color of the Rainbow
Written by Andrew Williamsc-Bernard
Published on October 19th, 2008

Scientists have created a new material that could dramatically increase the efficiency of solar cells, by literally capturing every color of the rainbow.
Whereas other materials only catch a small range of light frequencies, and therefore only a small fraction of the potential energy, the new invention is capable of absorbing all the energy contained in sunlight. According to team leader, Prof. Malcolm Chisolm, “There are other such hybrids out there, but the advantage of our material is that we can cover the entire range of the solar spectrum.”

The discovery, made by an elite team at Ohio State University, opens the door to the development of a new generation of hyper-efficient solar cells.


Climate Change Explained by Magnetism - (Adobe PDF)
Climate Change Explained by Magnetism - (Adobe PDF)
Synthesises the scientific, historic, political and monetary issues surrounding the paradigm that man-made CO2 is the main propellant for climate change. Many scientists are coming forward to explain the complexities and the ignored lines of enquiry, and to expose the massive fraud that has been inflicted upon us.

Book: Climate Change-Explained by Magnetism?(2009) 

Re topic: Electromagnetics.

The author shows that each element has a value of gravity, and this value turns out to be a ratio between the number of electrons to its nucleus. These values can be identified to weight of matter, with a simple mathematical calculation and other graphical drawings that has results that appear to be perfect, irrespective of the mode: ie

Imperial or Metric.

Brief History of Tom Watson.

His father Charles Scott Watson was a Linesman in the SA Electrical Company in 1926, where he designed the Concrete ‘C’ channel light posts and from this income, he built the first Mt Lofty Free stone home in Stirling, adjacent to the Hospital at the top of Druids Avenue in Adelaide.