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Graphene: The Next Tech Revolution?

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German E Zubieta brought this excellent synopsis video to my attention. I know of at least one clean energy technology company using graphene -- in a Thermal Electric Generator:


: A new groundbreaking material recently discovered has the potential to change the world: Water filtration, cellular and battery technology, aircraft and automotive finishing will never be the same.

: Find out what Graphene is, and how you can take advantage of this unique technology.


(YouTube September 25, 2012)

-- SilverThunder 20:41, 30 December 2013 (UTC)

S. Korean manufacturing company signs license with Brillouin (LENR technology)

posted, just in time for the C2C interview

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-- SilverThunder 05:51, 30 December 2013 (UTC)

Americans see dirty truth of energy addiction thru oil boom

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RT's The Resident (aka Lori Harfenist) has posted an excellent commentary.

: "The US has a long history of keeping industrial activity far away from middle- and upper-class neighborhoods, but that is changing because of our oil boom. Though many like to tout the positive sides to fracking and horizontal drilling - increased energy independence, economic boost, and more jobs - people who live near the new drilling sites are starting to see the big downsides to drilling, up close and personal. And it ain't so pretty."


(YouTube December 29, 2013)

-- SilverThunder 02:28, 30 December 2013 (UTC)

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