So, to conclude, perhaps scientist should look more to Nature to find a solution for our Energy problems, like the Atmospheric Vortex Engine (AVE)!

So, to conclude, perhaps scientist should look more to Nature to find a solution for our Energy problems, like the Atmospheric Vortex Engine (AVE)!

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Vortex Engine Proposed as a Reliable and Cheap Green Energy Source
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The Atmospheric Vortex Engine creates tornadoes to produce cheaper and more efficient electricity.

The Atmospheric Vortex Engine creates tornadoes to produce cheaper and more efficient electricity.

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Tornado In A Tube To Generate Electricity | Video - Published on 24 Jun 2013  Nobody's figured out how to harness the awesome energy of a tornado, but Canadian engineer Louis Michaud's Atmospheric Vortex Engine (AVE) will generate electric power from the whirling air mass induced by industrial waste heat mixing with cool air

Tornado In A Tube To Generate Electricity | Video - Published on 24 Jun 2013 Nobody's figured out how to harness the awesome energy of a tornado, but Canadian engineer Louis Michaud's Atmospheric Vortex Engine (AVE) will generate electric power from the whirling air mass induced by industrial waste heat mixing with cool air

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v. schauberger - Google Search

v. schauberger - Google Search

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Atmospheric Vortex Engine (AVE) Artificial tornado to capture energy when heat is carried upward by convection in the atmosphere.   Detailed Description:  The vortex is created by admitting warm or humid air tangentially at the base of a circular wall. The vortex always remains firmly anchored over a base station. The heat source can be solar energy, waste industrial heat, warm sea water or simply warm humid air.

Atmospheric Vortex Engine (AVE) Artificial tornado to capture energy when heat is carried upward by convection in the atmosphere. Detailed Description: The vortex is created by admitting warm or humid air tangentially at the base of a circular wall. The vortex always remains firmly anchored over a base station. The heat source can be solar energy, waste industrial heat, warm sea water or simply warm humid air.

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NASA using VIMANA's Mercury vortex engine technology - YouTube

NASA using VIMANA's Mercury vortex engine technology - YouTube

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