So, yes, there's plenty of mechanical energy to harvest. The problem is that it might also be stronger than the stuff you've built.
It sounds like the same problem as cold fusion. Perhaps someone should try to develop dry wave power. =P
Go where the sharks ARENT!
They'll have to invent another buoy that tells you where the sharks aren't.
the average time served for kidnapping is 52 months
I can only imagine that the average kidnapping involves a parent that lacks custody or something more mundane than what we are use to seeing on TV. The damage this guy did is likely more comparable to burning the whole building to the ground. Well... maybe that's taking it a bit far, but it serves my point.
4) "The people of the United States should be forbidden to have in their possession any firearms, or any other type of weapon. The possession of weapons can make it difficult to collect taxes and dues and supports rebellion."
Was it: A) FDR, B) Al Gore, C) Truman, or D) Harry Reid?
Toyotomi Hideyoshi was the closest one I could find for #4
"Irrigation of the land with sewater desalinated by fusion power is ancient. It's called 'rain'." -- Michael McClary, in alt.fusion