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    1. Madarchod Madarchod says:

      Boring

    2. teófilo domínguez mora teófilo domínguez mora says:

      can we generate a continuous tide stream if we want so? yes we can I have an engineering design in this way perfect what allows the harnessing of billions of cubic meter water around the world and into electric power transform what a top hype to reverse climate change in shortest time mean if world guvernments decide to act.it is a form of use of level difference between usual sea level and a through engineering harnessed lower level with turbine geared impulse what a correspondly output delivers depending of sice capacity of the builded utility that mean we could array 10,000 picawatt for instance in a single power plant or more see archives

    3. Breezy Breezy says:

      where is the ‘about us’ area? I do not know if I can trust this information without anything abou tthe author.

    4. ryan male ryan male says:

      hi man

    5. John Griswald John Griswald says:

      If the Bay of Fundy is a natural tidal flow example why can’t we engineer a man made canal system that would maximize the tidal flows. Moving dirt is usually relatively cheap. Most of the US population is near the coasts. Much like Geothermal for heat, initial investment can pay off for a long time with very few negatives.

      • wout wout says:

        actually, the enviromental impact would be really big. also, in belgium we would have had an island built for experimental alternative energy sources, but it got thrown into the thrash b/c of the look from the beach it would ruin.

    6. dominic dominic says:

      hey everybody how are you
      this is the best website i’ve ever seen

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