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Reddi 11:24, 7 Jan 2007 (EST)

Watch the various Nature's wheelwork pages

I have them all in my watchlist. I would request that other sysops get them in thier watchlist also. Thanks. Reddi 11:26, 7 Jan 2007 (EST)

Cool Sites

but I'm not sure what to do with them

http://www.uvaquastar.com/ - AquaStar™ Ultraviolet (UV-C) Portable Water Purifier

: Reply: Post at Directory:Water (we need this directory. See http://freeenergynews.com/Directory/Water/

http://www.lifestraw.com/en/low/low.asp LifeStraw® is designed to turn surface water into drinking water

: Reply: Post at Directory:Water

http://www.appliedinnotech.com/ - NightStar® LED Magnetic Force Shake Flashlights

: Reply: Post at Directory:Lighting

http://www.zikon.com/ - REED (Reverse Emulsion Electrophoretic Display) technology to create low-cost nanotechnology-based electronic Ink for flat panel displays.

: Reply: Very remotely related, but could be posted at Directory:Lighting

http://www.airscooter.com/ and http://www.innovator.mosquito.net.nz/ - ultralight helicopters do not require a pilot's license.

: Reply: Our focus is on the technoogy, not the politics. So the "air scooter" would belong on the pneumatic directory page not sure if th eother one belongs. We want to focus on cutting edge energy technologies that will/could make a profound difference.

Since these machines cost the same as a car (under US $20,000) and are available to the masses (no pilot license), what kind of gas mileage might they get compared to a car? I found another site http://www.pal-v.com/ with a similar machine that is said to get 30km/litre @ 100 km/h. That is equal to 70 mpg in American gallons or 85 mpg in Imperial gallons. Combine that with being able to bypass traffic jams, and you're looking at a huge reduction in energy consumption if it catches on. The product at http://www.pal-v.com/ can also drive on the road with the rotor blades folded in. In that regard it could be listed at Directory:Fuel Efficiency Vehicles, but I don't know what the mileage is on land. I think these flying machines are as noteworthy as Directory:Aeroscraft and more worthy than the Moller Skycar which you have at http://freeenergynews.com/Directory/Transportation/index.html . I just think there should be some sort of directory for flight or aviation. --John Q. Public 19:40, 25 Oct 2006 (EDT)

Correction: That mileage is for land travel. I found it on the Product page. --John Q. Public 00:42, 3 Nov 2006 (EST)

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