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The Future of Energy: An Emerging Scienceby Dr. Thomas ValoneSoftcover with color pages, discusses the latest emerging energy technologies and mankind's history of energy and its future trends. Includes psychological and sociopolitical aspects of man's use of energy.  220 pages; English; October 1, 2009
The Future of Energy: An Emerging Science
by Dr. Thomas Valone
Softcover with color pages, discusses the latest emerging energy technologies and mankind's history of energy and its future trends. Includes psychological and sociopolitical aspects of man's use of energy. 220 pages; English; October 1, 2009


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November 15, 2009 - In a world of uncertainty about the future, The Future of Energy: An Emerging Science by Thomas Valone offers "...hope for solving the world's looming energy shortage," according to Science magazine, since it considers things we have barely imagined in search of new carbon-free technologies.

Containing a myriad of new energy technologies assembled into archetypal categories, a psychological perspective emerges along with the science. Well funded, emerging energy sources such as dense plasma focus fusion, powdered metal-burning engines, wireless transmission of electricity, space-based solar power, piezoelectric highway electricity generators and zero point energy are given simple and short summaries.

Recent Conferences on Future Energy sponsored by the author’s institute, offering the best examples of emerging future energy sources, are also listed and described.

"[I]t would be foolhardy not to assess a broad spectrum of advanced energy sources, converters, and enabling technologies." - Martin Hoffert, et al., Science, Vol. 300, 25 April 2003, p. 581

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phone: 301-220-0440
email: IRI@starpower.net
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