Ice and Grow Thin


Ice Melt/Water – Productive and Efficient- Go that Extra Mile

Energy comes from the photons from the Sun to empower our Ice

For a rough ballpark estimate: if your home bulb uses 40 watts, that's 40 Joules in a second. A photon of visible light has a wavelength of around 500 nanometres; since the energy of a photon is given by E = hc/l, where h is Planck's constant, c is the speed of light, and l is the wavelength, each photon has... ::: calculates ::: about 4 x 10-19 Joules. So to emit 40 Joules worth of light in a second, the bulb would have to emit about 1020 photons in a second.

This is a very rough calculation, of course. To refine it, you'd have to take the efficiency of the bulb into account (not all 40 watts go into light energy), and look at the spectrum of the bulb to figure out exactly what the average photon energy is. I suspect that these factors might cause the final answer to differ by a factor of 10 or so, but not much more than that.

Our CE approved Class 2A Medical approved lights can emit up to 500 watts

Energy can be measured in different ways – Watts, dietary calories (kilocalories), joules.BTU and kilowatt hours

The average human, at rest, produces around 100 watts of power. [2] Over periods of a few minutes, humans can comfortably sustain 300-400 watts; and in the case of very short bursts of energy, such as sprinting, some humans can output over 2,000 watts. [2] The bulk of this energy is required for important tasks, powering your brain (20%) and pumping your heart and flexing your muscles, but a lot of it is wasted, primarily as heat. [3]

Imagine SOS ice as an iceberg or glacier Icebergs represent a substantial source of cooling energy.  When a pound of ice at 32 degrees Fahrenheit transforms to water at the same temperature, 144 British Thermal Units (BTUs) (about 40 kilocalories) are released.  Known as the latent heat of fusion, a state change (e.g. solid to liquid) is accompanied by a large transfer of energy.


One BTU is defined as the energy associated with a one degree Fahrenheit temperature change in a pound of water.  Further, it takes 144 BTUs of energy in transition from ice to pound water at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, known as the latent heat of fusion.  Thus, each pound of ice in an iceberg releases156 BTUs (approx 45 watts) of thermal cooling energy in the transition from ice at 32 degrees Fahrenheit to water at 44 degrees Fahrenheit. FROM

Energy to run a mile

From the above For a 1 mile run you will need 32 calories (280 watt for 8 mins)
Each litre of our Ice Melt (approx 3 x24 cubes = 72 cubes) is approx 2.25 lbs
2.25 lbs X 156 = 351 BTU = approx 102 watts = approx 90 calories but you would need 32 calories approx 1/3 of a litre just (24 cubes) to generate the energy (watts) to run a mile.
I litre approx 3 miles
Food is thought to have only about 25% efficiency when converted into energy so Ice Melt maybe up to 4 times as efficient?
Use this calculator below Put in 90 calories at the top


[1] H. C. Van Ness, Understanding Thermodynamics (Dover, 1983)

[2] O. C. Ozcanli, "Turning Body Heat Into Electricity," Forbes, 8 Jun 10.

[3] T. Starner, "Human-Powered Wearable Computing," IBM Systems J. 35, 618 (1996).

[4] X Hinchey, "Harvesting Body Heat to Warm Buildings," BBC News, 9 Jan 11.

[5] "Harvesting Energy From Humans," Popular Science, 29 Jan 09.

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