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Dear Peter,

With respect, there's a lot of speculation about power generation from
walking, but there's nothing out there that works.

Even Bayliss mechanical method seems to be giving disappointing results.

I'd love to be corrected, but I get a bit fed up with everyone telling
me that it's possible when it ain't!

Chris
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