Tagged: electricity

Free energy devices

ElectroBOOM is building a few Free Energy devices and explain how they and science behind them work.

Gut bacteria’s shocking secret: They produce electricity

UC Berkeley scientists discovered that a common diarrhea-causing bacterium, Listeria monocytogenes, produces electricity using an entirely different technique from known electrogenic bacteria, and that hundreds of other bacterial species use this same process. Many of...

Why is this the power symbol?

The well known on/off power symbol was the result of the logical evolution in user interface design. Originally, most early power controls consisted of switches that were toggled between two states demarcated by the...

Tesla’s solar roof

Tesla unveiled its first ever solar product at an event at Universal Studios in Los Angeles on October 29, 2016. And it’s not a solar panel – it’s a range of four solar roofing...

How to make a kettle

Feel like a cup of tea but you don’t own a kettle… Don’t worry, with just four matches, a power strip cord and two razor blades, you can build a kettle in just 5 minutes!...

Third rail

A third rail is a method of providing electric power to a railway train, through a semi-continuous rigid conductor placed alongside or between the rails of a railway track. It is used typically in...