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Foreign Aid From S.S.B.

Weather in a Can

is a new open source project from Junk Yard Geeks. It is planned as a remedy for many of the financial and medical ills that must be endured in many villages in so called third world countries.

The core of that remedy is a Stirling Engine, a thermodynamic machine that was invented over 200 years ago. The device can be built on site, by skilled amateurs with recycled "scrap" materials. The attachments that convert the machine into a water-cleaning, plant-growing instrument are being designed for assembly on site, from easily-acquired materials.

 

 

 

 

Stirling Engines

Movement between hot and cold

is how weather, and Stirling Engines work. The heat on one end can come from fire, or the sun. The cool on the opposite end can be from air or water. A piston moved by the temperature difference can directly power a tool (Like a pump) or power an electric generator.

With the proper attachments, electrical power produced can be stored in batteries, desalinate water, kill water-borne parasites and germs, or stimulate the growth of vegetables or spices.

 

 

 

 

The Proof

Low Power With

with a huge potential impact on health and well-being.

Electricity For Killing Microbes and Parasites



Electricity For Plant Growth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weather in a Can
Attachments

The Following Attachments

will be developed as optional, modular attachments to the basic Stirling Engine:

  1. A water box that can be electrified safely to disinfect water
  2. A rudimentary electric generator
  3. Portable, rechargable plant growth stimulators
  4. Battery recharger for "stimulators"
  5. Audio generator for low-light growth stimulation
  6. Franklin style firebox for improved engine performance
    (This style can completely incinerate even unseasoned waste material)


 

 

 

 

 

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