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Uncanny Factoid: Eat Your Heart out Energizer Bunny!

Posted in Random » Uncanny factoid   6 Jan 2011   / 6166 views

Watch out Energizer Bunny, this battery has been working since 1950, and it is still going strong.


Karpen’s pile is a battery that has been going strong since 1950. The battery was created in Romania and included two piles which electrified and moved along a small galvanometric motor.


The huge battery was created so that it could be calculated and show that the piles have to recharge and charge again to rebuilt the polarity during the time that a circuit is open. Modern batteries don’t work in this fashion. Current technology allows us to measure the parameters and outline all of them in a better way.


What is weird is that this battery challenges all of the conventional physics methods. It is said that this pile battery defies the 2nd principle of thermodynamics. This means that the undying battery is not following an application of thermal energy into mechanical work.


If Karpen’s theory is correct this battery will make others rethink the princip0les and it might revolutionize all of the physics theories from the bottom up.


Learn Something Fun: In 1800 Alessandro Volta developed the forerunner of the electric battery.

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Comments (8):

disturbed 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
This article is missing something to be appealing...

"The huge battery was created so that it could be calculated" - what do you mean by this o.O?

It all looks a little vague.
omg 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Who cares about the science? Free energy - yeah!
2Cool4Ice 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
i skipped after 2 lines
You can't get lost if you follow your own path
blk 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
nice article it didnt explain shit
Tom 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Same here. As a chemist I'd like to know more details. While I understand this article wasn't meant to be a scientific article, you could've given the source.
Pepette 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I tried to learn more about it, but it seems there is very little information: in general it is poor and often contradictory.
At first glance, the batteries are not publicly available, there are no recent pictures of the cells (which nevertheless existed for 60 years) and the principle of operation is often very brief. No study seems to exist.
Yet another important invention that you want to disappear.
(google translation)
Jimbo 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It produces 1 volt since 1950. It has never stopped since then, it's basically a perpetuum mobile, the 1st one by now. I think it could easily be produced at a larger scale to produce higher voltage.
Szabo 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
still work
try to translate from romanian linguage