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written by reader Technology – Nano Crystal Electricity and Graphene super capacitor battery by Fisker

By fair, January 13, 2018

Nano Crystal Electricity Technology touted by Michael Robinson/ Money Morning. Pending FCC approval? What company is the tout?
Also, Fisker Nanotech/ Fisker Battery/ Fisker Inc., Intoducing new Battery with graphene super capacitors that” will charge 1 minute for 4-500 miles usage.

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Gary Kirouac
Gary Kirouac
4 years ago

You would have to have a stack or gain stage design similar to a standard Class AB amplifier. The pre=amp concept would be the Nano Crystal generator then each stage MAY be powered from the previous stage. The last stage output would be your basic usable power. Here again I’m not addressing the wireless power part of this technology but rather the basic principle amplification stages….

3 years ago

Based on the Robinson teaser you all think the battery Fisker is working with was developed by WATT?
I was thinking it was ILIKA. But maybe they are working with Toyota which would make me a lot more comfortable. Then again, if you think WATT has over promised then they must be good partners for Fisker who as much as I would love to see them as an underdog going up against Tesla, they have some credibility problems given their track record. They’ve burned up a lot of investor funds and backing with no appreciable production. It seems Fisker may also be an old hand at the over promising game .

They must be having trouble getting seasoned investors to back them when they’ve gone viral with a $250 reservation invitation on their new models to just about anyone willing to bet on a dream concept. And unlike the prospectus usually offered to big time investors, what they offer the public at large, is little more than a marketing brochure. Big on ideas and short on facts. Starting with, who has developed the battery model for their big project this time. Given that their past battery partner sunk the deal last time around, this might be an important detail.

Speaking of politics, Joe Biden might be able to tell us something about this. He was present at the last big kick off of the Fisker Karma. I think it was supposed to be manufactured in Delaware.

Can’t really even enjoy the idea of being an “angel investor “ with this one. A magical investor, maybe.. But I’m new at this so I could have it all wrong. Believe me, as a BMW i3 Rex owner, I’m chomping at the bit to get behind a really viable green automotive deal that lets me out of my backyard to explore the rest of the country. I’m not complaining, I’m just saying I want to invest in something that will take me further than I’ve been. I almost plucked down the $250 reservation fee, but it just bothers me to do so blindly without the respect someone with real money would be given.
Please, Mr Fisker I want to rise up with the masses and steer the course of our green future, but I think you need to give people the respect of a few more details before they fund your next adventure. The big boys left you behind? Why should we do any more?

Am I wrong? Show me the error of my judgement so I can feel free to part with my $250 and reserve a place at the table. By the way, I don’t remember reading any where how much the place behind the wheel is estimated to cost me when all is said and done.

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