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Papa Asante 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace
Get fit and pay no electric bill.
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Mpeli Nsekela 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace
It looks pricey. How much would on like that cost- kitted out to connect to a house's distribution board?
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Del 20 Dec 15
More details please. What a great way to keep fit, reduce carbon footprint and save money. Exciting.
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Ptérodon Poirier 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace
It would be great to know how much KW this apparatus does generate, to know what kind of home it could power.
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OzWopRob 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace @3tags_org
with population explosion, a robot workforce, fill disused factorys with these bikes. Will humans become batteries?
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Tere Sammallahti 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace
It must cost 100's of $ and produces few Wh's per hour. Handy for rich unemployed people in 3rd world countries.
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Ken S 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace
@_Ray_MacDonald Yeah, give me the "Edward G. Robinson" signature model please. I could use the exercise anyway.
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Pekka Taipale 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace
That idea is utter and complete nonsense. An adult in good shape can produce 100W, about 1 % of an average home powerconsumption
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Foxgoose 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace @cmok2cmok
. What utter drivel! 1 hour on a bike would barely run a light bulb. Greenpeace =
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Derek Sorensen 20 Dec 15
. - are now so desperate to prop up renewable energy they'll support any old crap. Soylent Green next, MMW.
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Foxgoose 20 Dec 15
. We measured power output of cyclist for O level physics. I guess have more bikes than O Levels
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Laura Cosby 20 Dec 15
legs , generating electricity, blimey we will be !
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Foxgoose 20 Dec 15
. A fit cyclist can generate 500W. 1hr cycling would light a 20W bulb for 24 hrs. are crooks and/or fools
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Richard 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace
Innovation💚
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Ann Lockwood 20 Dec 15
Replying to @Greenpeace
could he please distribute one of these to me, please? Such a worthwhile project!!
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Mhehed Zherting 21 Dec 15
Perhaps they should use electric bikes?
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Foxgoose 21 Dec 15
. Looking at that machine with the massive flywheel- it would cost a year's 3rd world income
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Pekka Taipale 21 Dec 15
About 0.1 kWh/day, if you're in moderately good shape. Charge a phone and use laptop for a moment. That's it.
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Derek Sorensen 21 Dec 15
Do they have any numbers to go with this claim? Notice the bulbs are 12v/4w. 24 x 4w < 100w
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