Richardson, Annely
January 1998
21st Century;Jan98, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p10
The author recommends hydro-mills, a device similar to a windmill to capture the motion of the perpetual ebb and flow of the tides to produce energy. She feels that the ocean could be utilized to generate a large portion of the energy people use. Hydro-mills could be placed in areas where the constant pull of the tides is particularly strong. She feels that a hydro-mill would be the perfect harness for the limitless, non-polluting power of the sea.


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