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Researchers Claim Lithium Battery Breakthrough

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Slammer

Jul 28, 2014, 6:31 PM
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Many Hurdles

Back in the 60s, auto manufacturers found a way to develope a carburetor to allow a vehicle 150mpg. This would never come to fruition. Mysteriously, the technology never appeared.

If we apply the same logic to the electronic version of powering devices, the common battery will remain fairly unchanged in order to keep profits and revenue sustainable through recirculation of sales. The Fortune500 has a nasty habit of controlling what makes it to market and what gets lost. As smartphones become more powerful and diverse, the increase in battery output will only grow to match what we see today. It will be up to the manufacturerd of the devices to find ways to compensate. Just as cars have for many years.

I once owned an '84 Toyota which o...
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If you want to compare it to mpg that cars get, you need to understand that there is a delicate balance between mileage and safety, You could easily get 300MPG simply by eliminating all the safety standards that manufacturers are required to meet. R...
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It's honestly sad how a broken legislature and patent system which constantly cowers before corporate greed has allowed it to come to this. There's plenty of money to be made from new technologies. It's asinine that government supports business who de...
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