The New Age of Energy and Connectivity Revolutions

Many devices are at risk of exploding due to battery limitations.

We will run out of bandwidth for our devices as well.

Connectivity
Two systems that we need to get going are SOLID connections. Guaranteed like electricity is guaranteed, and available all over. The industrial revolution ran on electricity. We must run on connectivity.

Another thing to do is to start an ISP. This is not easy, and competition seeks to shut this down in as many cases as possible. I do know some people who started ISPs in their countries 30 years ago. Not sure how feasible it would be to do now. Ideally start with colleges to see how far they can go, or provide a better Internet service than what existing providers provide. Eat some of the costs for a couple of years until the subscriber base threatens the larger players, then either get purchased or raise enough funds to expand the service and take the main ISPs head on.

How to Start Your Own ISP1

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Let’s look at connectivity today through the lens of the Electrification industry:

“We mostly take the ready availability of electricity for granted, turning off the radio alarm in the morning, switching on the bedside lamp, pouring a cup of coffee from the machine that automatically started brewing it a few minutes before the alarm went off, tuning in to the morning news show on TV.

“Yet without the building of myriad power plants and the stringing of countless miles of wire, without the constant monitoring of the electric power grid and the juggling of supply and demand, that ready surge of electrons would not exist—nor would the modern world as we know it.”

We put up with intermittent Internet connections in our homes and at work, and we expect to have an INTERNET OF THINGS? You’re kidding me. We CANNOT depend on Internet-connected electronics if we don’t have stable connections. OR we must rewrite future technologies to work well ON and OFF network.

“Without a reliable supply of electricity, we couldn’t use the lightweight, powerful electric motors that make elevators possible; without elevators, skyscrapers wouldn’t exist—and the dramatic skylines of the world’s major metropolises would be considerably more modest. Without a reliable supply of electricity, kidney dialysis machines and other life support equipment would be useless to the many patients who depend on them. Without electricity to power traffic lights, the commute to and from work would be mayhem—or maybe not. Without electricity to power automobile factories, we wouldn’t have streets and highways full of automobiles either. Indeed, more than half the engineering achievements celebrated in this book would not have been possible without the widespread electrification that occurred in the 20th century, not only in the United States but also in other industrialized nations around the world.”

From Electrification History 1 – Early Years – http://www.greatachievements.org/?id=2988


Batteries
Lithium Ion batteries are lightweight and ideal for electronics.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/04/160418145631.htm
April 18, 2016
Unexpected discovery leads to a better battery

Aluminum battery from Stanford offers safe alternative to conventional batteries

Aluminum battery from Stanford offers safe alternative to conventional batteries


APRIL 6, 2015

Are There Alternatives To Lithium For Energy Storage?

Are There Alternatives To Lithium For Energy Storage?


By GlobalSolar Posted January 14, 2016

Why are we still using lame lithium-ion batteries after so many promising alternatives?

Why are we still using lame lithium-ion batteries after so many promising alternatives?


By Ryan Whitwam on September 1, 2016

Flexible, fast-charging aluminum-ion battery offers safer alternative to lithium-ion
http://newatlas.com/aluminum-ion-battery-prototype-stanford/36936/
Darren QuickApril 10th, 2015