21.1 gigawatts: The energy needed for time travel with the Fluxkompensator

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The idea for the flux capacitor was Dr. &# 8220; Doc&# 8221; Emmett L. Brown from Back to the Future already in 1955 when he wanted to hang a clock on the toilet and thereby came to case. Then he had a vision and saw the construction sketch of a box that could allow time travel. Lack of money, however, he could not until 1985 take action and really build the device. For a time jump, the machine requires exactly one point twenty-one gigawatts.

21.1 gigawatts: The energy needed for time travel with the Fluxkompensator

It is not the most powerful time machine, but one of the best known. Back to the Future is one of the 80s cult films and the 1.21 gigawatts became synonymous with unimaginable high energy. There are now a photography website with this name, some drink recipes, at least one De Lorean time machine rental, lyrics and also a band named their album Sun, to name just a small selection of the current presence of 21.1 gigawatts.

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21.1 gigawatts: How does the time machine?

Basically you need the Fluxkompensator and mentioned 1.21 gigawatts of energy, so that it works. Furthermore, it is necessary that the compensator is installed in a vehicle that 88 miles per hour, or 140 kilometers per hour can travel fast. In Back to the Future this vehicle is a De Lorean DMC-12 (the only model of this company).

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In order to generate the necessary 1.21 gigawatts for the time jump, Emmett L. Brown first used plutonium. Since this substance is hard to find for some time, it is of great advantage that the doc is the fusion generator &# 8211; Mr. Fusion &# 8211; may be concerned in 2015 to convert the waste into 21.1 gigawatts, from the future.

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Comparisons that should make clear how much power is 21.1 GW, there are now more than enough. In the film itself, we learn that, for example, a flash this power (and much more) can create as well as:

  • Also 1621983 horses.
  • 10 jet aircraft engines.
  • 8.006.666.66 solar panels.
  • 6,050,000 cyclists.
  • 8066666670 hamster running in the wheel.
  • 484 wind turbines.

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21.1 gigawatts or Jigawatt: Watt is`n that for a drink?

The recipe is given in ounces and convert to milliliters is rather inaccurate and cumbersome. Therefore, the glass size is specified here and spoken of parts &# 8211; yet the ounces are in parentheses.

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  1. Take a shot glass *21.1 gigawatts: The energy needed for time travel with the Fluxkompensator
  2. Makes it half full with cognac *21.1 gigawatts: The energy needed for time travel with the Fluxkompensator and fills the other half with Raspberry Vodka *21.1 gigawatts: The energy needed for time travel with the Fluxkompensator (Half an ounce) &# 8211; ensures that 3 drops of syrup fit with it.
  3. Give 1-3 drops of grenadine syrup *21.1 gigawatts: The energy needed for time travel with the Fluxkompensator added.
  4. In a highball glass *21.1 gigawatts: The energy needed for time travel with the Fluxkompensator fills you now Red Bull *21.1 gigawatts: The energy needed for time travel with the Fluxkompensator (Six ounces) and pours add the contents of the shot glass. Finished!

Definitely a cult party drink that can also vary safe because of the combination of energy drinks with alcohol is indeed strongly discouraged.

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