"The sun doesn't shine all day, it doesn't shine every day, and, likewise, the wind doesn't blow all the time." - Bill Gates
Hypothesis: If ordinary cattle are trained from birth to perform one simple task involving the pulling a rope that is attached to them as they continuously walk around the circumference of a loop -- their combined strength and participation can be harvested into mechanical energy whose energy spins turbines that produce electricity.
Can such an endeavor serve as a supplement during time periods when wind isn't available?
My Invention: consists of a mechanism that attaches the yokes of multiple teams of Oxen onto a single rolling chain that forces them to generate rotational energy as they pull the chain continuously around the circumference of a loop. The resulting mechanical energy will then be used to produce electricity via Turbine that spin as a result by attaching themselves alongside the inner side of the loop. Read more on my blog. Thanks!
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