Monday, November 9, 2009

EEStor's Carl Nelson Flexes Muscles

EEStor's 80 Yr Old Carl Nelson after a recent workout. (accuracy of photo not guaranteed)

Thanks to an alert tavern owner in Thailand known only as Mark, we learned yesterday that EEStor's principle co-inventor, Carl Nelson, former colleague of MIT's Arthur Von Hippel, is busy battling away with the United States Patent & Trademark office for EEStor's claims. In a letter dated November 6, 2009, Nelson continues to press for the EEStor discovery of "a primary particle having an unexpectedly high relevative permittivity with low variance within the temperature range of -55C and 125C and having desirable breakdown voltage above and beyond what those idiots like Y_Po and EE-Tom think it should be." Elsewhere, Nelson states that the "primary particles of composition modified barium titanate [have a] dielectric constant of greater than 33,000 and high break down voltagae of greater than 6000V. Or in other words, plenty of power to kick any other capacitor's ass. Bring it."

In a rare follow up interview, Nelson reflected on EEStor's relative strength and power in relation to all other would be competitors, "as far as energy storage is concerned, it's us vs a bunch of puny 12yr old boys. We will dominate the world with our genuinely ULTRA capacitors and enjoy life feasting on our victory." (editor's note: accuracy of quote similar to photo).

So, there you have it. Carl Nelson, getting a bit feisty and flexing his muscles. What else would you expect the co-inventor of the 21st century's greatest technological wonder?


Note: the photo and silly quotes are not real.

4 comments:

tonon said...

But the idea that spawned the post is.

b said...

yes exactly tonon. Carl Nelson really is a genius and the USPTO needs to get out of the way of what will wean us off foreign energy. (if you're from the USA)

StephenB said...

"...having desirable breakdown voltage above and beyond what those idiots like Y_Po and EE-Tom think it should be".

I really shouldn't read sentences like that while sipping on coffee.

MyNameIsNobody said...

>> I really shouldn't read sentences
>> like that while sipping on coffee.

Yes, but how would you know not to read it, until after you've read it? And your keyboard is ruined, by then.