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20131004_23:45: Second Tesla Supercharger Opens in Colorado
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Relevance: Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Tesla Motors, Inc.

This announcement also came in by email today from Tesla.

: Second Colorado Supercharger Now Open!

: The planet’s fastest charging station is now just a road trip away! We are excited to announce our second Supercharger in Colorado. The Silverthorne Supercharger offers greater convenience to drive from Denver to Aspen. Together, the Glenwood Springs and Silverthorne superchargers represent another milestone in enabling Tesla’s cross country charging network. Whether you drive to your favorite ski resort or you go on a family trip to the Rockies, day tripping Americas most popular winter sport state just got more electrifying.

: Incredibly Fast, Always Free

: Superchargers can recharge half the capacity of Model S in as little as 20 minutes and are strategically placed to allow owners the ability to drive from station to station while minimizing stops. Superchargers are conveniently located off major highways near cafes, shopping centers and travel plazas.

On their Website they give the following info regarding their charger rollout status:

: Tesla Superchargers allow Model S owners to travel for free between cities along well-traveled highways in North America and Europe. Superchargers provide half a charge in about 20 minutes and are strategically placed to allow owners to drive from station to station with minimal stops.

: Coverage

: North America

: Today – 24 stations

: Fall 2013 – Most metropolitan areas

: Winter 2013 – Coast-to-coast travel

: 2014 – 80% of the US population and parts of Canada

: 2015 – 98% of the US population and parts of Canada

: Europe

: Today – 6 stations

: Superchargers are located near amenities like roadside diners, cafes, and shopping centers. Road trippers can stop for a quick meal and have their Model S charged when they’re done.


-- SilverThunder 23:40, 4 October 2013 (UTC)

20131004_23:20: David W. Allan on Harmonizing Science and Religion

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Last night I video recorded a presentation my Dad gave at Rob Meldrum's 12th Semi-Annual International Book of Mormon Evidence Conferece: "Restoring the Remnant", held at the South Towne Exposition Center in Sandy, Utah, USA.

From the venue and the topic, clearly this doesn't have direct relevance to free energy. My reason for posting it is that some of you I think will appreciate having this vignette of my Dad to give you an appreciation of where I come from. While I don't agree 100% with the material in his presentation, I do think it shows what a remarkable and courageous person he is to take a stance on things that most would not dare address publicly, not to mention even think about.

He covered quite a wide range of topics, including his spiritual launch into atomic clock physics, thoughts on evolution versus spirituality, "and it came to pass" evidence for Book of Mormon authenticity, thoughts on 9/11 as an inside job, prophecy about a "remnant" corresponding to when the Lord sets his hand "again the second time", and LOVE as the most important attribute to aspire to. I was glad I attended.


(YouTube October 4, 2013)

If you found this presentation of interest, you can find a bunch of stuff along these lines that I published at, most of it before I launched into the free energy arena 11 years ago, especially: Will the Gentiles Also Look Beyond the Mark?.

My dad's website, which I maintain, is

-- SilverThunder 23:16, 4 October 2013 (UTC)

20131004_22:45: About the Model S fire
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The following just arrived in my email from Directory:Tesla Motors, Inc. regarding the viral video showing a Model S on fire near Seattle, Washington, USA.

: October 4, 2013

: About the Model S fire

: By Elon Musk, Chairman, Product Architect & CEO

: Earlier this week, a Model S traveling at highway speed struck a large metal object, causing significant damage to the vehicle. A curved section that fell off a semi-trailer was recovered from the roadway near where the accident occurred and, according to the road crew that was on the scene, appears to be the culprit. The geometry of the object caused a powerful lever action as it went under the car, punching upward and impaling the Model S with a peak force on the order of 25 tons. Only a force of this magnitude would be strong enough to punch a 3 inch diameter hole through the quarter inch armor plate protecting the base of the vehicle.

: The Model S owner was nonetheless able to exit the highway as instructed by the onboard alert system, bring the car to a stop and depart the vehicle without injury. A fire caused by the impact began in the front battery module – the battery pack has a total of 16 modules – but was contained to the front section of the car by internal firewalls within the pack. Vents built into the battery pack directed the flames down towards the road and away from the vehicle.

: When the fire department arrived, they observed standard procedure, which was to gain access to the source of the fire by puncturing holes in the top of the battery's protective metal plate and applying water. For the Model S lithium-ion battery, it was correct to apply water (vs. dry chemical extinguisher), but not to puncture the metal firewall, as the newly created holes allowed the flames to then vent upwards into the front trunk section of the Model S. Nonetheless, a combination of water followed by dry chemical extinguisher quickly brought the fire to an end.

: It is important to note that the fire in the battery was contained to a small section near the front by the internal firewalls built into the pack structure. At no point did fire enter the passenger compartment.

: Had a conventional gasoline car encountered the same object on the highway, the result could have been far worse. A typical gasoline car only has a thin metal sheet protecting the underbody, leaving it vulnerable to destruction of the fuel supply lines or fuel tank, which causes a pool of gasoline to form and often burn the entire car to the ground. In contrast, the combustion energy of our battery pack is only about 10% of the energy contained in a gasoline tank and is divided into 16 modules with firewalls in between. As a consequence, the effective combustion potential is only about 1% that of the fuel in a comparable gasoline sedan.

: The nationwide driving statistics make this very clear: there are 150,000 car fires per year according to the National Fire Protection Association, and Americans drive about 3 trillion miles per year according to the Department of Transportation. That equates to 1 vehicle fire for every 20 million miles driven, compared to 1 fire in over 100 million miles for Tesla. This means you are 5 times more likely to experience a fire in a conventional gasoline car than a Tesla!

: For consumers concerned about fire risk, there should be absolutely zero doubt that it is safer to power a car with a battery than a large tank of highly flammable liquid.

: — Elon

: Below is our email correspondence with the Model S owner that experienced the fire, reprinted with his permission:

: From: robert Carlson

: Sent: Thursday, October 03, 2013 12:53 PM

: To: Jerome Guillen

: Subject: carlson 0389

: Mr. Guillen,

: Thanks for the support. I completely agree with the assessment to date. I guess you can test for everything, but some other celestial bullet comes along and challenges your design. I agree that the car performed very well under such an extreme test. The batteries went through a controlled burn which the internet images really exaggerates. Anyway, I am still a big fan of your car and look forward to getting back into one. Justin offered a white loaner--thanks. I am also an investor and have to say that the response I am observing is really supportive of the future for electric vehicles. I was thinking this was bound to happen, just not to me. But now it is out there and probably gets a sigh of relief as a test and risk issue-this "doomsday" event has now been tested, and the design and engineering works.

: rob carlson

: On Oct 3, 2013, at 12:29 PM, Jerome Guillen wrote:

: Dear Mr. Carlson:

: I am the VP of sales and service for Tesla, reporting directly to Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO.

: I am sorry to hear that you experienced a collision in your Model S 2 days ago. We are happy that the Model S performed in such a way that you were not injured in the accident and that nobody else was hurt.

: I believe you have been in contact with Justin Samson, our service manager, since the accident. We are following this case extremely closely and we have sent a team of experts to review your vehicle. All indications are that your Model S drove over large, oddly-shaped metal object which impacted the leading edge of the vehicle's undercarriage and rotated into the underside of the vehicle ("pole vault" effect). This is a highly uncommon occurrence.

: Based on our review thus far, we believe that the Model S performed as designed by limiting the resulting fire to the affected zones only. Given the significant intensity of the impact, which managed to pierce the 1/4 inch bottom plate (something that is extremely hard to do), the Model S energy containment functions operated correctly. In particular, the top cover of the battery provided a strong barrier and there was no apparent propagation of the fire into the cabin. This ensured cabin integrity and occupant safety, which remains our most important goal.

: We very much appreciate your support, patience and understanding while we proceed with the investigation. Justin keeps me closely informed. Please feel free to contact me directly, if you have any question or concern.

: Best regards,

: Jerome Guillen I VP, WW sales and service

-- SilverThunder 22:41, 4 October 2013 (UTC)

20131004_20:40: LENR-to-Market Weekly

Posted this yesterday. Still need to add a few items to it.

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-- SilverThunder 20:33, 4 October 2013 (UTC)

20131004_19:20: Hutchison History: Scavanging Navy Ships
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More in the Marcus Reid and John Hutchison correspondece, which I'm aggregating at

On October 03, 2013 1:08 AM [Mountain], Marcus Reid wrote:

: Thanks, John, for sharing this.

: What you are writing is very interesting and a few things sound familiar. But what you say also creates many questions.

: For example, treated Niob is a special material that, of course, it would be interesting to know how you treated it and why. How does the interaction work between the Niob - Germanium - Silicate. Is there a working hypothesis that helps us to understand the complete process that you use.

: Then you are writing about treated silicate that was doped. What kind of silicate, how was it treated and with what was it doped? Such details are essential to understand your approach and of course it would be great to be able to replicate it.

: My approach seems to be slightly different from yours. I use a Schottky one way road for electrons and neighboring silicate molecules are resonating with water molecules that are in a nano arrangement. The self-oscillation of the water molecules (See attachment) trigger an electron tunneling current between the silicate molecules resulting in a high ac. The diodes then rectify it.

: Your approach seems to be much more effective than mine. Well done!

: Marcus

On October 04, 2013 10:52 AM [Mountain], John Hutchison wrote (edited):

: Hi [Marcus]

: Well, I like your technology as well and wish to see it out there. Your presentation is very scientific and has fantastic merits. I see it someday in everyday use.

: Unlike me, I am very sloppy. I see everything visual and create it but with ideas from past scientists -- my friend Ken Shoulders and a few others. I was fought by history and friends, ham radio operators, machinists, chemists, gunsmiths and so on.

: Ok what I need to do is download the reports, x rays tests on my cells. I think this would help us all.

: In understanding the scientists, engineers, over time, did tests on my cells.

: I had one time a cubic foot power cell that put out 70 000 volts. It was a very complex cell: about 400 treated niobium pins throughout it, as well as something I found on a navy ship, HMCS Yukon, as I worked for the artificial reef society of British Columbia for 5 years, 1995 to 2001. [This was in the area of] New Westminster, fixing the cannons deactivation cleaning, and all electrical, electronics on the 400 foot long ship. Each ship was a year-long project, [with] only three of us, plus, on occasion, a cleanup crew to speed things up.

: Later I was asked if I wanted a position as a cannon consultant and electronic vintage for ships, world wide, to be turned into reefs. I would travel worldwide, showing others how to dismantle cannons and vintage electrical radar, sonar, radio, gyro compasses and so [on].

: Ok back to the cubic foot power cell with 400 niobium pins. Within my silicate mix and doped was a huge crystal stack of a unknown wafers I found on HMCS Yukon [in] a drawer in the sonar room within a giant chart recorder named Jezebel. [It] had many compartments, and on [a] compartment was labeled "classified", it was about 12 inches high and 17 inches long, contained a huge round cylinder that was insulated. This I took apart and found these huge quartz(?) Clears wafers that where hexagonal and a 1/4 thick with silver on parts of the wafer, I think silver or platinum rhodium(?). They were electrical[ly] active, these wafers. I puts a stack of 20 of them in this cubic foot container [made of{?}] aluminum supplied by Mr. Hitoshi Yamabi from Japan.

: This unit started to work, and [is] on video. I might have this video and the classified box as well.

: Anyway, this cubic foot power cell reached 70 000 volts. After it powered a 100 watt light bulb, it blew it out and started a huge mess in my bathroom -- scary -- until it burnt out. The same event happened with German investor, Thomas Messer. I have [that] on video as well.

: I think the best thing is for me to download all this, including the navy ships videos I took. The Walter Rothenthal [deceased] tests, the Military battery replacer, the Kyoto Institute of Technology tests, and so on, to help folks out on this tech.

: George Hathaway and Dr Hal Puthoff, on their 1993 visit to me, examined the tunable power cell I had but did not take it apart. Then later, x congressman, Berkley Bed del [sp?] paid a visit to me, very interested in these cells. And even Dennis Kuchinich later on.

: Gee, this is a long response, but I'll do my best on this stuff I have done.

: Cheers John K. Hutchison

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-- SilverThunder 19:17, 4 October 2013 (UTC)

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