Wind Powered Generators
What the super corporations are pitching us whilst they gussie up for a government grant or a lucrative IPO offer is a misnomer.
The purpose of this particular post is to shed light on what works with respect to effective electric generation from wind energy on your Farm Right Now and what lines the pockets of lobbists inside the beltway.
This is the definition of Wind Powered Generators (with a few comparatives to wind turbines):
This is a discussion of what Wind Powered Generators are, and what Wind Powered Generators are used for; with some comparatives to wind turbines.
First of all let’s get the definition straight: Wind Powered Generators are not the same as wind turbines. The two are different. This is an industry standard distinction: as coined as a definition for industry standardization by reasonablepower.com.
Need for this definition has been created by multitudes of wind turbines (which use airfoil designs and attempt airfoil lift potentially for the capture and conversion of wind energy) being falsely advertised as Wind Powered Generators (which use flat-plate technology for the capture and conversion of wind energy). Wind Powered Generators were, *as defined herein*, originated and set to definition, in the United States of America within our own process. The basic design of a Wind Powered Generator is similar to the old farmer’s windmill, which was used by those old farmers for pumping water. For truth in advertising, we could not call this design a “windmill,” because our design is neither for raising water nor for irrigation purposes. We therefore used a new term, vary rarely found on the internet and very rarely found in other advertisings, that of “Wind Powered Generator.” We got this term from a journeyman carpenter in Frederick, Maryland, U.S.A. He said that for industry standardization, the term must describe, in understandable English, that the generator uses wind for power, thus a “Wind Powered Generator.”
He also said that the name must stand out as different from those silly three bladed waste-of-space wind turbines. As we recall, when we first started advertising on the internet, a Google search for the phrase “Wind Powered Generator” brought up zero commercial products. After one month of our advertising on the internet a Google search for the phrase “Wind Powered Generator” brought up about 100 listings. At this time (December, 2008) the total is up to 419,000 with variations accounting for 1,572,000 more. Not to specifically pick on anyone, but when we went to many of those pages and traced them to their source, a lot were products with no definite specifications, no real explanation (and curiously not even a price), except to call their product a “wind powered generator.” Hmmmm… As you can see from our home page and the geographic estimator therein, it is already far too late for the knock-off, imitators to swamp the net and stop us from existing. So, we could simply let the false advertisers, claiming to be selling a similar product to our’s go unanswered, but for one logic: Truth in Advertising. We are Christians and to us truth in advertising is a big deal. We take truth in advertising seriously. We set forth the definitive definition of a “Wind Powered Generator” yet again. (We did this a few times before, but here it is again.) The laws and customs of the people of the United States of America discourage and protect against false advertising and specifically uphold “truth in advertising.” To align the advertising of Wind Powered Generators with truth in advertising we are setting forth for all the world to see the definition of Wind Powered Generators. That is not to say that other people have never built wind sourcing which are similar to those defined herein, but rather to set to print and to distinct between wind turbines which base their wind capture logic on aerodynamic airfoil lift and Wind Powered Generators which base their wind capture logic on flat-plate technology. Other people may be lost and confused as to how to capture wind energy, but when we build Wind Powered Generators, we try to use reason and logic. That is not to say that we are perfect, but rather that we are differentiating our product type from others.
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