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Rocky Anderson is a True Friend of Exotic Free Energy

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-- SilverThunder 23:54, 15 October 2013 (UTC)

Fact: Japanese Company Developing Technology to Convert Waste Plastic into Oil and Fuel

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Relevance: Directory:Waste to Energy > Directory: Blest Machine recycles plastic back into oil

Andrew Michrowsky brought this link to my attention:

http://www.hoaxorfact.com/Technology/man-invented-a-machine-to-convert-waste-plastic-into-oil-and-fuel-facts.html

Briefly:

: Man Invented a Machine to Convert Waste Plastic into Oil and Fuel

: April 16, 2013

: A Japanese inventor creates a Machine that Converts Plastic into Oil and Fuel.

: Other Versions

: 1. Japanese invention turns plastic into oil, fits on a tabletop.

: 2. The Art of Recycling: Man Invents Machine To Convert Plastic Into Oil

: Hoax or Fact:

: Fact.

: Analysis:

: The message comes with a video showing a Japanese inventor explaining about his invented machine, claiming to convert waste plastic into oil and fuel. It is a fact, the inventor is Akinori Ito and the converter is called Blest Machine.

: Possibility of Converting Plastic into Oil

: This video reminds us of the popular video showing how to convert Salt Water into Fuel, which is not practically easy and profitable - as the process consumes more energy than it produces. Although the present story sounds too good to be true, it holds up to scrutiny and does not violate any physical laws. Yes, it is a fact that plastics are generally recycled back into oil in massive facilities, and this is possible because most of the plastics today are made from oil. The Japanese inventor here, Mr. Akinori Ito has in fact built a tabletop machine called Blest Machine which can do the same task safely and cleanly.

: However, it should be noted that Blest is not the only company to be able to turn plastic waste to oil. There are few other companies across the world that are trying to make this process profitable. Agri-Plas, an Oregon-based plastics recycler company, is the first one in U.S to convert unwanted and typically unrecyclable agricultural plastics into crude oil. The company has even shipped this oil to a refinery for commercial processing. Then there are other companies like Agilyx (formerly Plas2Fuel), the Envion Oil Generator, and few others that you can read from the reference section below. The second video is a CNN news report of the Envion Oil Generator. The process these companies (and individuals) employ to convert petroleum-based waste plastic into fuel is known as Pyrolysis.

-- SilverThunder 19:46, 15 October 2013 (UTC)

Sterling's Photos of Global BEM Conference

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Event:2013:Global Breakthrough Energy Movement Conference

I've uploaded 129 photos to Facebook.

Here's a sampling:

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If you've not seen them yet, I also posted some pre-conference photos and video in the story:

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-- SilverThunder 17:40, 15 October 2013 (UTC)

Sam Mason's Photo Gallery of Global BEM Conference

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Relevance: Directory:Russ Gries' RWG Research / Event:2013:Global Breakthrough Energy Movement Conference

Sam Mason was very active at the conference taking photos. Here is one of his albums at Facebook.

Here are a couple of shots. In this first one, Sam is on the left, next to Jeroen and Sacha, with Aline Kras and Lisa Clapier behind.

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This next photo is a scene at Russ Gries' booth. Directory:James Rodney of NEST is shown on the left, and Mike Waters of NEST is being shown a coil winder by Russ.

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-- SilverThunder 14:23, 15 October 2013 (UTC)

Russ Gries' Demo Table at Global BEM Conference

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Relevance: Directory:Russ Gries' RWG Research / Event:2013:Global Breakthrough Energy Movement Conference

Just uploaded this video.

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(YouTube October 14, 2013)

http://RWGresearch.com

-- SilverThunder 04:03, 15 October 2013 (UTC)

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