what do? i unironically just discovered a new material which can be made from a high specific power radioisotope which acts as a all in one power supply. emits the radiation, collects the radiation and converts it to electrical current, at 75+% fucking efficiency with a power producing lifetime of a decade... the new material even diluted by other atoms in the material, still averages out to 0.7 watts per gram ( for reference plutonium 238 used for RTG's is 0.5 watts/gram) . All with zero negative radiation emission like gamma rays or neutrons shielding would be provided by 15 micron gold fucking foil. what do i do /sci/? its not gonna run a car anytime soon ( although it technically could) because energy effiency to MAKE the material is low, but for medical implants and prosthetics and space probes and rovers and shit this could REPLACE PU 238 and Sr 90.
>>13417859u demonstrated it yet OP? cause otherwise u ain't invented shit. Radiation fucks shit up. Fucking alphavoltaics have a huge power density for nuclear batteries for all of about 2 hours till the rads fuck em'.
>>13417883yes. and did some calculations and there will only be VERY modest efficiency reduction over its power producing lifetime
>>13417859a copyrightA waste management plana safety guaranteealot of narratives about how you solve climate change, future energy, and make amputee's lives better...profit?
>>13417859>competent, intelligent, and focused enough to invent a new type of nuclear battery that checks all the boxes>asks /sci/ for help
>>13417867In english schizo
>>13417859Ask biz. They're more qualified to answer this question.
>>13418077>>a safety guaranteeDon't forget a dead man's switch that releases it into the public domain. Just in case.
>>13418133Checked. Come to think, a revised lista deadmans switchalot of narratives about how this will solve decreasing returns of energy investment for large oil and gas companiesa waste management plana safety guaranteealot of narratives about how it will solve climate change, space mining and amputee's lives better...profit
>>13418077Not gonna affect climate change or anything energy, but it will be great for ultra high energy density requirements
>>13417913calculations ain't shit. a fucking demo matters. If your calcs are good enough than maybe you can apply for SBIR or NIAC funding from NASA. Specially if ya don't use plutonium.
>>13418212Be that as it may, one aught to monetize the entire projected lifecycle of the technology through content marketing in 2021. (pic related)>its not gonna run a car anytime soon ( although it technically could)good enough, can we stick them in subs? put undersea phosphate mining for world hunger in there too (just through the phosphate monopolist first)
>>13418302>picHe's somewhat wrong, though. If the five monkeys experiment taught us anything is that in due time the marketers supposedly overseeing the machines will drink more and more of the Kool-Aid as well.
>>13418302I like the narrative in the image and lets be clear.Its lifted mostly from Adam Curtis.Which is fine, but Adam Curtis has his own paranoia and the OP in the image fell into the same apocalyptic narrative which the Left and Right subgroups fall into who think that civilization will end next week.The Watchowsky sisters made a movie called Cloud Atlas which explores these ideas with "Consumer Speak" and corporate religion.All in all 7/10. Just coolit on the French Revolution bits.Remember Curtis' other contention: We're locked into negative freedom which means which means revolutions such as the French is no longer possible.
>>13417859>a all in one power supplyYo dumb ass cant even spell rite
>>13417859Give it all out for free in your name. Spam the details everywhere until they cannot be erased.If you are serious someone is probably going to come for you to shut you up, as paranoid as that may sound. When you threaten energy monopolies they tend to react.Anyways, best of luck anon. It was a pleasure being able to talk to you, if even for a brief moment.
>>13418411Op is an underage science larping schizo.For some reason autocorrection replaced larping with lap dancing
>>13418492> autocorrection replaced larping with lap dancingsame thing
>>13418411>>13418492What is wrong with how I spelt that? It's literally correct
>>13418541Because its AN all in one psu
>>13417859I hope this isn't a bait. 75% is too good to be true. Focus on waste management because third world shithole cant afford them.
>>13418212The fact that you're honest about this means I think you might actually have something. If you have a demonstration, as in a working model, not just calculations, just take it to some company and say "buy the rights to my thing". Make sure it's patented first, send a copy of a detailed plan of how to build it to yourself in the post. Maybe get a lawyer beforehand if you're confident it actually definitely works, otherwise get one after they agree to buy the patent from you to negotiate terms.What company to go to? It depends what you think it's main application will be. See who makes these things currently. You could always just go to NASA.>>13418541It should be "an all in one", it's also usually hyphenated: "all-in-one".
>>13418212they will shut you up if you do this >>13418559it's a trap anon
>>13418559Pretty sure it can also be A instead of AN if what you are referring too is singular not plural, no other all in one nuclear battery exists so A is correct, when another one is made then it would become AN
>>13418559https://www.grammarly.com/blog/indefinite-articles-a-and-an/ yup definitely still correct
>>13417859how long does it last for
>>13418788Around a decade of operational use
>>13418790theres the kickerPu238 has a much longer half life
>>13418795It's also 8 million dollars per kg and 20% efficient with half the energy output
Ackchyually, after you set up a dead man's switch you can try contacting SpaceX (or maybe Musk directly if that's possible). He very much has vested interest in better batteries even if they can't yet power a car for obvious reasons.
>>13418829DMS doesn't work. Deep state has method to fool the DMS into thinking you're still alive (see Mcafee)
>>13417859Just to confirm it's validity, you ought to disclose all of your research notes, collected data and relevant schematics ITT.
>>13417859Patent now anon, ideas tend to leak out from humans
>>13418833I don't know how sound his mind was when he allegedly made that claim. I never liked circuses and thus clowns by extension.Also>Deep stateis pure tinfoil. If that were true no kind of real resistance or even criticism would have been possible. I would've been v& before I could send this post.
>>13417859I mean you could always try to weaponise it maybe?
>>13418912Yeah, that surely won't get him into trouble in no time.
>>13418929Sell it to one of the many weapons contractors and he won't, the likes of BAE, Raytheon and shit
>>13417859https://youtu.be/AY2jPAb6BOQThis is gonna sound pedantic, but make sure to eat and drink meals that only YOU prepare. https://youtu.be/fEzqndjwwIAHire security or a friend if you can. Shit's about to get bumpy for you if you can't get the patent and/or copywrite on time.https://youtu.be/0HrruXyo04g
>>13417859Every retard NEET tells you to not patent it or write a paper about it. Don’t listen to them, inventions being stolen from people is a meme especially with the internet time-stamping everytime. You sound like a grad student, so lay out the theory and convince someone to let you build this.
>>13418764Stop making up rules, yuropoor. It's the sound of the first syllable that matters.>>13418780
>>13418077Sounds like he should get some kind of a lawyer
>>13417859Come back when you make something that can run a car
>>13419180This.But make sure that whoever you get aren't jews and aren't subordinate to jews.
>>13419180>>13419242Wrong, fuckos. OP should hire a Jewish lawyer.
>>13417859Are there size limitations?Seriously, how big can you make it? I want to power autonomous robots.
>>13419268>Are there size limitations?At a glance. No.
>>13419268Nope, there isn't really minimum size limits either which is really fucking cool, I already drew up designs for a 100 micron sized version
>>13419268https://youtu.be/zVYknCLSx34"My name is Atlas. I hold up the sky."
>>13417859What's the discharge rate for this thing?
>>13419268>I want to power autonomous robots.based /m/an, had the same idea while scrolling the thread>>13417859OP for the love of God and everything, don't die >>13419016
>>13417859If this isn't a LARP, publish your work. Find a journal you think appropriate, read their requirements, demonstrate your idea up to the standards of the journal, get it published, and link us to the paper in tow years when you manage to get it published.If this is a LARP, kys.
tell me the details, i can put one of these next to my cold fusion reactor
>>13419268fuck off, im doing that first except they will be giant death robots.
>>13421131Race you there assholes.
>what do?Make a big radioactive dragon dildo out of it, and stream yourself sticking it into your ass.
>>13417867why do these schizo pics always have to be disorganized
>>13421680Because schizos have seemingly disorganized patterns of thought. Their diagrams and images make perfect sense to them though, they are confused why we cannot see the 'obvious' connections being drawn.
>>13417859Care Some inventors got Disappeared quickly if they Figured something Highly impactfull for society out. Especially high tech shit like that. Your govts will rub its hands on such tech, I could imagine you getting approached by CIA or other govtfags/elitegroups trying to buy it off from you so it doesnt go public.
>>13422079Keyword Starlight, or some H20 car people
>>13417859Unironically contact Elon Musk.
>>13422083Or he uses it to create his own Product, and get some INvestors on board. Be it a phone that lasts forever kek
>>13422095He stood up against the oil industry. If there is anyone, it's him.
>>13419066That is not a meme, especially anything resembling nuclear. Look up "born secret".
>>13417859I still dont get it though. 0.7 Watts per gram. For decades.I mean. So in theory a 3-4kg "Battery" of this could power an entire home for Decades? Or am I wrong with my maths?
>>13422136Yes you are correct or a 40 kg version could power a car for a decade
>>13422136You're out by 10x tho, 15 kw would be a 20 kg battery
>>13422285But you said in the OP that "its not gonna run a car anytime soon".
>>13417859What happens when it vibrates?
>>13422303It's not. It COULD run a car, but it wouldn't be energy efficient to do so, less than 1% energy efficient to "charge" it
>>13422288>>13422285Well its probably still in the question how a bigger sized Battery like this would work, regarding radiation, and longevity and poweroutput. If OP is right though. He discovered sometihngh like the holy grail in Batterytechnology. Allthough The question here is the material. I doubt theres enough Of whatever it needs on the planet to provide every human beeing such a battery
>>13422402>Allthough The question here is the material. I doubt theres enough Of whatever it needs on the planet to provide every human beeing such a batteryAsteroids are up there for a reason.
>>13422402Actually that's the kicker ... There is... It's a very common element
>>13422577You've improved the C14 design, didn't you.
>>13422601Nope , no one has used this element for a nuclear battery or rtg before. NO ONE
>>13422339This. That 75 percent might jump to the 90s OP. You've got a golden fucking goose!
>>13422990Yeah, but the rads might spill out and actually start affecting it. Especially in hot climates or inside a vibrating motor vehicle. Fuck it. If in both it might explode.
>>13423043>it might explodehttps://youtu.be/FweeqKkO4eoEven better.
>>13417859If you aren't larping (which obviously you are) don't post here about it
>>13423043Hmm those are just stepping stones, everything that produces/stores bigger amounts of energy has riskfactors. You just gotta eliminate them. I'd give everything to know how to create it. Just to freely power my house kek, or to mine crypto costefficiently
>>13423396I can already extrapolate everything from reverse engineering the number variations down to the element, but I won't because I believe in fair sport. Good luck anon.“All the world will be your enemy, Prince with a Thousand Enemies, and whenever they catch you, they will kill you. But first they must catch you, digger, listener, runner, prince with the swift warning. Be cunning and full of tricks and your people shall prosper.”
>>13423650Who in the FUCK are you?!https://youtu.be/PVLcDTD5gU8
>>13417859You reinvented betavoltaics?
if you aren't LARPing, name it[spoiler] ursneedium.[/spoiler]
Is it a Thorium oxide based battery?
Wel a on make yourself the new mc duck and aim for the skies, if they dont steal your idea first fucko.
>>13423932If you call it this OP I will march directly into the first patent office I see and strangle the poor clerk. I don't care if it isn't even in my country. I wouldn't even care even if it was an intern. I would kick the door open. Walk over to him and lift him by the neck until the lights go out from his eyes. His crumpled form lying there as a warning. I will look directly into the security camera and say "formerly chucks" as I am promptly either arrested or walk myself to prison.
>>13417859Find a patent lawyer and patent it. Then seek financiers for manufacturing it
>>13417859>>13422601>>13423697I just looked up Betavbltaics, known Efficiency levels range around 33% with tritium, a rather abundand Ressource(waste product of nuclear reactor) as OP himself claimed. Allthough I don't tihnk it is necessarily Tritium. If it is though, congrats he managed ot get 70% efficiency out of a betavoltaic battery. He could literally become something like Ironman with it. Imagine powering an exoskeleton with a 40kg battery(if it even needs that much). FOR FUCKING DECADES.
>>13425903Also Common Beta emittors are Nickel, Tritium, Carbon, Phosphorus, Strontium, Ytrium, Plutonium. I'm really curious Which one OP used. Since he Talked about easy shielding the Emittor seems to be low energy, thus its most likely tritium or Carbon.Am I wrong with my Semi knowledge of betavoltaics?Am just supercurious how he could have gotten such a material
If legit spread the details everywhere you can and try to get your uni to fund a demonstrator.
If it's real, you've just killed everybody who has used this board while the post is up deadhand now
>>13426018Le deep state, anon. Boo.
>>13423932do it and cement yourself as a legend OP
>>13418829>letting the avarage dumbfuck steer a nuclear reactor on wheelsyou tremendous fucking retard
>>13419268>Are there size limitations?How big is too big?
>>13417859That unironically sounds somewhat unlikely (the no radiation shielding required part too), but go for a patent if you actually did this. It will have quite a few applications.
>>13426791If my calculations are correct. You could make a planet sized core of this stuff and power the smaller planet sized gurren lagann.I don't need to tell you that /m/ is already currently blubbering in tears thanks to anon in this thread.
>>13417859Great for submarines too, that battery of yours. I happen to know of a similar but quite different discovery that will make a portable very energy dense device myself. It will replace fossil fuels in most fields. I can hardly wait to get my patent on that. Oil stocks will drop hard.
>>13422083Don't contact a snake oil salesman merchant corporate welfare swindler if you have a product, especially not before YOU own the patent. License it to them if you want, later.
>>13422081>Keyword StarlightThe inventor never disclosed the formula because it was not practically something that can remain patent protected (really, it can't be) and maybe he also had some doubts about all the nuclear powers primarily getting interested because of their weapons of mass destruction. [Trolling them seemed like the better option at the time, maybe?]But some Youtube dude found out how to make it anyhow:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IbWampaEcMMake your own starlite.
>>13422081>some H20 car peopleAlmost certainly scam shit, basically makes no sense with physics/chemistry so it's not like they found an engineering solution to a difficult problem. They just faked what energy their cars drives on or never demonstrated it at all or whatever.
>>13418106Autism works in mysterious ways.
>>13426812>planet sized cores>two cores on the chest areaBooba.
>>13426781No, that would result in the average martian dumbfuck steering a huge betavoltaic battery on wheels. Maybe.
>>13417867I stopped reading at comic sans
>>13426812The chouginga gurren lagann is a moon size robot not planet sized
>>13417859fyi trevor minovsky gets crushed on the moon by a mobile suit
>>13417913Reach out to elon musk, whats the point of hiding behind something you'll never be able to capitalise on?You'll get investors then have your head cut off while you're out for a drive.
Speak with a lawyer before you do anything