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Does at least make me think about any deep sea , bubbling gas (of any type) sources ,and a reward for concentrating and gathering them ! ..Hopefully not a consequence of fracking .. or failed Carbon storage !
( Storing high pressure CO2 , can later be processed into a usable fuel if energy is available to convert it )
Below are gases spewing out of a vent along the mid atlantic ridge.
there are thousands of them
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Below is an old version of one of my failed ideas
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The bubble expands, but doesn't contain any more air, it is just less compressed.
It's the volume of air that is displacing an equal volume of water that counts. Yes, it is less compressed which displaces more water giving it more lifting force.
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The best thing we can do for the planet now is stop producing more humans.
The Israeli’s have already realized this and for the past decade have been murdering as many Palestinians children as they can get away with in order to limit the growth of the Palestinian population.

The IDF is hell bent on achieving this ungodly goal.

I digress, this is not a topic to be discussed here.
Let's get back to potential renewable energy sources; OK-?
 
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Not sure what your particular brand of crazy is my good man but I do admire you’re total dedication to it 😁👍🏻
 
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I wrote a computer program that allowed the user to impute values such as interest rate and value growth over time. I did this in order to compute the return on my SS tax deposits against investing this money in a bank savings account. This was a Better Basic program that allowed imputing these values. Windows no longer supports this program, so I am looking for a similar program that I can impute values in order to compute the return on my seaengine; based on different conditions and output.

Can someone here suggest such a program-?
 

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I wrote a computer program that allowed the user to impute values such as interest rate and value growth over time. I did this in order to compute the return on my SS tax deposits against investing this money in a bank savings account. This was a Better Basic program that allowed imputing these values. Windows no longer supports this program, so I am looking for a similar program that I can impute values in order to compute the return on my seaengine; based on different conditions and output.

Can someone here suggest such a program-?
Any spreadsheet can easily do the financial calculations you mention. Even the entry level ones.
 
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Any spreadsheet can easily do the financial calculations you mention. Even the entry level ones.
Does this “spreadsheet” allow input of values and then you can see the calculated results?

If so, then please recommend a computer program
 

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Does this “spreadsheet” allow input of values and then you can see the calculated results?

If so, then please recommend a computer program
Absolutely, yes. Microsoft Excel is a mainstream example, but there are many open-source, ie. free ones available.
 
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Absolutely, yes. Microsoft Excel is a mainstream example, but there are many open-source, ie. free ones available.
Thanks for your input. I will find and use this program to further my research.
again, thanks
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Absolutely, yes. Microsoft Excel is a mainstream example, but there are many open-source, ie. free ones available.
I found the program, but my malware virus protection blocked it from loading. In the next few day’s I’ll go to a computer store and buy it.
thanks for your input.
 
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Thanks for your input. I will find and use this program to further my research.
again, thanks
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I found the program, but my malware virus protection blocked it from loading. In the next few day’s I’ll go to a computer store and buy it.
thanks for your input.
You should be able to download a freeware one from a reputable site OK. Sourceforge is often a good starting point.
 

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Thanks for your input. I will find and use this program to further my research.
again, thanks
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I found the program, but my malware virus protection blocked it from loading. In the next few day’s I’ll go to a computer store and buy it.
thanks for your input.
Google have an online spreadsheet that is pretty powerful and you can get OpenOffice I think it's called which also has a very good spreadsheet application in it.
 
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When I think of a spreadsheet I think of rows and columns

How can I convert my model into a running version to determine its efficiency in energy input against output-?
 

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At the most basic level, in each cell of a spreadsheet you can have a number or a formula. Formula in Excel can be incredibly simple, adding two cells together for example (say you want to add cell A1 to cell B1, the formula in Excel would be "=A1+B1") or very complex allow you to handle logical functions such as IF, AND, OR etc.

Do a google search for "OpenOffice Calc Formula" (without the quotes) and you should get some good links for tutorials and guides about using them.
 

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When I think of a spreadsheet I think of rows and columns

How can I convert my model into a running version to determine its efficiency in energy input against output-?
You asked for software which allowed you to perform calculations on value that were entered. A spreadsheet is ideal for this.

I assumed you knew which calculations you needed to perform.
 

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You asked for software which allowed you to perform calculations on value that were entered. A spreadsheet is ideal for this.

I assumed you knew which calculations you needed to perform.
This fella is starting to sound a lot like me 😂
 
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