Wednesday, April 3, 2024

I Just Saw This Gem


  1. The power circulating in the power strip is powerful enough to power the power strip itself but not quite enough to power the power indicator light in the power switch; nor does the power of the power strip provide enough power to power any of the five power ports not currently used by the sixth power port devoted to powering the three components of the infinite power loop: the power plug, the power cord, and the assembly as a whole, which we've called the power strip.

    The power strip assembly will require a yet-to-be-developed battery backup in order to provide power at night, during periods of low-to-no wind, or during excessive wind events, for use with one to five external power-using devices, and to 'smooth' delivery of power to consumers throughout the ebbs and peaks of demand for power during the normal hours of operation. Battery power will be distributed only via power strip power ports one through five. And please note that change over between drawing power from the infinite current loop to battery-provided power will require manual disconnection of the power plug/cord from port six to connections at the (un-numbered) battery ports, temporarily. If the disconnect and re-connection process is not accomplished within time limits specified [1] the temporary disconnection may potentially allow collapse of the infinite power loop. The system cannot, at that point, can not be restored to normal function. A new loop must be manufactured and installed.

    State and federal tax credits may be available to electrical power consumers reliant on infinite loop power strips. Check with your local power utility company.

    [1] The manufacturer's changeover time between loop and battery is 3 to 5 microseconds.