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Fuel efficiency idea: Vaporizing hot water in cold air

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A little brainstorm idea. Something to think about. From Peter Crunk, who says:

News reporters were talking about playing and I thought about fuel efficiency idea with this concept.
My major goal is to get HHO gas and hexane delivered together before the throttle body and then reducing the fuel injection.

-- SilverThunder 23:56, 7 January 2014 (UTC)

OzzoG Gravity Motor (that might actually be a QMoGen)

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  • Featured: Gravity Motors / QMoGen >
    OzzoG Gravity Motor (that might actually be a QMoGen) - Nagendra Singh of Mumbai, India, announced at a press conference on December 16 that he is open to business discussions for the roll-out of his technology that he says is powered by gravity. Allegedly, the generators "are available in 5 KVA, 10 KVA , 20 KVA and 25 KVA configuration..." (PESWiki; January 7, 2014)

-- SilverThunder 23:24, 7 January 2014 (UTC)

Blood And Gore: Making A Killing On Anti-Carbon Investment Hype

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Here's an interesting article posted last November in Forbes, which was, gratefully, picked up by a lot of sites.

I found out about it from this segment from Alex Jones.

-- SilverThunder 20:08, 7 January 2014 (UTC)

Sun flips poles again. Ho hum

"With a circumference of 2,715,395.6 miles [with a volatile, undulating surface, you have to wonder where they get the accuracy to within 1/10th of a mile], one million Earths could fit inside the sun. Image: The size of the Earth in comparison to the sun." Image credit: NASA, via Independent.
"With a circumference of 2,715,395.6 miles [with a volatile, undulating surface, you have to wonder where they get the accuracy to within 1/10th of a mile], one million Earths could fit inside the sun. Image: The size of the Earth in comparison to the sun." Image credit: NASA, via Independent.

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Okay, so the gaseous sun cyclically flips its poles every 11 years or so. Therefore the recent flip is not as big of a deal as if the Earth's poles had flipped, which happens rarely -- more in the hundreds of thousands to millions of years range. [1]

And because it didn't happen here, then it's no big deal, right?

You would think so, based on a Google News search on sun flips on its axis which gives 572 results, and only the first of which is relevant. A story out of the Independent.co.uk.

One news organization in the entire English-speaking world, whose material is chronicled by Google News, thought it was worth some ink.

I find that curious, especially considering the recent "polar vortex" phenomenon that has created a highly unusual cold snap in North America.

Let's see: "Vortex" has to do with spinning in an unusual way, and so does "solar magnetic pole shift." If no one else is going to speculate, I will.

Wait, it looks like Gary Hendershot took a shot at this in last night's "Barking at the Moon" episode -- not the spinning part, but the correlation between the solar magnetic pole shift and the polar vortex. He said that in the 50-some years he's been tracking the weather, with interest, that he doesn't recall ever having encountered that terminology before, though he has enctountered colder temperatures than this.

-- SilverThunder 19:26, 7 January 2014 (UTC)

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