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PESWiki News -- September 2009 Archive

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Saturday, October 31, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Radiant Energy > Directory:Fractal Antennas as an Energy Source > Fractal antenna arrays proposed as energy source [link fixed] (Interview) - Could the fractal antenna technology that is used in cell phones be engineered to capture naturally-occurring electromagnetic waves and convert them into usable power? An engineering breakthrough would be needed, along with a multi-discipline cooperative approach. (PESN Oct. 31, 2009) (Comment)
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Directory:Propulsion / Directory:Flight / Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Solid State Generators > Directory:Emdrive (Electromagnetic Space Drive) > ‘Impossible’ Device Could Propel Flying Cars, Stealth Missiles - The heart of the Emdrive is a resonant, tapered cavity filled with microwaves. According to its inventor, Roger Shawyer, a relativistic effect generates a net thrust, an effect confirmed by various Emdrives he has built as demonstrations. (Wired Oct. 29, 2009)
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Directory:Funding > How to Compare Power Generation Choices - People like to compare the cost to generate electricity from various renewable resources, like wind or solar, to the cost to generate electricity from coal, nuclear and natural gas. Comparing these costs is like comparing apples to oranges. Understanding a few basic factors will help make an informed comparison. (Renewable Energy World Oct. 29, 2009)
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Directory:Bio-Energetics > Directory:Bio-Energetics > How Terahertz Waves Tear Apart DNA - A team led by Los Alamos National Labs has presented a new model of the way the THz waves (used in airport and hospital scanners) interact with DNA, explaining how the damage is done and why evidence has been so hard to gather. They say that although the forces that terahertz waves exert on double-stranded DNA are tiny, in certain circumstances resonant effects can unzip the DNA strands, tearing them apart. (MIT Technology Review Oct. 30, 2009)

Friday, October 30, 2009

Directory:Solar Thermal / Directory:Building / Directory:Zero Point Energy / Directory:Methane > A few free energy developments in Romania - A Russian news agency reports on several interesting systems being developed, including an efficient solar water heating design, a composite building materials having strength and a high R value, a magnetic fertilizer, and a system that allegedly loads methane molecules with the vacuum zero point energy increasing the methane’s heating power by 40 percent. (Financiarul Oct. 30, 2009)

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Directory:Gravity Motors > Directory:Milkovic Two-Stage Mechanical Oscillator >Raymond Head's experimental evidence supporing Milkovic' two-stage mechanical oscillator (pdf) - Mr. Head has built a big oscillator measuring 8 feet long, 2 ½ feet wide and 9 feet high, and weighing around 960 pounds. With this aparatus he was able to lift an 80 pound weight using just 20 pounds of input energy. Is it merely a lever advantage, or is there more to it? ( October 29, 2009)

Thursday, October 29, 2009
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Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD: Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Tesla Motors, Inc. > EV record: Tesla Roadster travels 313 miles on a single charge - The Tesla Roadster has set a new distance record for a production electric vehicle, topping its own previous record of 241 miles on the course. The milestone took place during the 2009 Global Green Challenge in Australia where eco-friendly vehicles have been battling it out. (GizMag Oct. 28, 2009)

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Directory:Water / Directory:Conservation > Stop Using Toilet Paper: Get a Blue Bidet - You might find the idea of going without toilet paper a bit shocking, but lots of people around the world do it, and there are good technologies available now to replace your toilet or add on to it. It is cleaner and healthier, and saves a lot of water. (Dr. Mercola Oct. 27, 2009)

Wednesday, October 28, 2009
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Template: 43 / Latest: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > Focus Fusion 1 successful test announced - After seven years of theoretical work and raising money, five months of design, five months of construction and assembly, and a week of testing, Lawrenceville Plasma Physics now has a functioning dense plasma focus, Focus-Fusion-1. Eric Lerner receives energy research award. (PESN Oct. 28, 2009) (Comment)
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Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles -- PHEV > 3Prong Power Upgrades Any Prius to Plug-in Status - Toyota is leasing 500 prototype plug-in hybrid Prius’s to lucky recipients next year, but what about other Prius owners who want to plug in? Enter 3Prong Power, a Berkeley, California startup that offers plug-in hybrid conversions for first, second and third generation Prius’s as well as the Ford Escape Hybrid. (Inhabitat Oct. 27, 2009)

Monday, October 26, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Building > OS:Utah Safe Haven Village Project > OS:Sterling Allan's Sustainable Home - You'll have to excuse the sparsness of our news recently as I'm in the middle of a move to a solar guest house we'll be staying at while planning then building our own renewable/sustainable home. We've found the radiant floor heat from the solar thermal panels to be pleasant and preferred to forced air heating. Now we need to par down all the unnecessary stuff we've accumulated. (PESWiki Oct. 27, 2009)
Sunday, October 25, 2009
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Directory:Zero Point Energy / Directory:Cold Fusion / Directory:Fusion / Directory:Ocean or Marine Power > 5 big alt-energy letdowns: Ideas that sounded good but... - As the call for a clean-energy savior—to wash away our fossil-fuel sins—grows louder, the number of questionable candidates swells. Should we be looking to photovoltaic or fusion? Turbines or tides? The five "duds" include Zero-point energy cold fusion, passive collection, hot fusion, sea movement. (Scientific American Mar 18, 2009) [Let 'em know what YOU think.]
Saturday, October 24, 2009
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Directory:Storage > Directory:Capacitors > Electric Ultracapacitor Buses Becoming More Feasible - China and Sinautec have been testing a fleet of electric buses equipped with ultracapacitors for quick recharging and zero emissions… and so far it works. Though having a quick charge time (~ 5 min.), these ultracapacitors need to be recharged (every 3.5 miles with air conditioning 5.5 miles without a/c), requiring numerous charging stations and the bus only goes 30 mph. (Gas 2.0 Oct. 21, 2009)

Friday, October 23, 2009
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Directory:Flight > Directory:Mimicking Living Organisms > Spiraling maple tree seeds inspire world's smallest single-winged rotocraft - Students at the University of Maryland have turned to nature to create a flying device -- possibly the world's smallest controllable single-winged rotocraft -- that can hover and perform surveillance duties, and that could lead to applications for military and emergency services. (GizMag October 21, 2009)

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Directory:Kinetic Energy Devices > Promising tests for MotionPower system to generate electricity from traffic - The ongoing testing of the MotionPower system for generating electricity from the movement of cars and light trucks is paying dividends. New Energy, the company developing the technology, reports it can produce a 25-fold increase in the system’s capacity to capture kinetic energy from moving vehicles. (GizMag Oct. 21, 2009)

Thursday, October 22, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Geothermal > Directory:Marshall Hydrothermal Recovery System (Interview) - Bruce Marshall has filed a patent for a hydrothermal system that would harness the vast energy available from deep sea hydrothermal vents in which water seeps into near-surface magma, where it is continuously heated and ejected through vents at around 750 degrees Fahrenheit. The hot water and minerals would be brought to the surface to turn turbines. (PESWiki Oct. 22, 2009) (Comment)
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Directory:Fuel Cells / Directory:BioElectricity > Dirt-Powered Bacteria Batteries - Overview article describes the general process whereby a battery can be made which runs on bacteria -- also called a microbial fuels cell or MFC. A quick look at recent developments as well as a peek into the future of bacteria-powered batteries. (Alt Energy News Oct. 21, 2009)

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Directory:Building > China boasts 'world's greenest tower' - The Pearl River Tower, rising to its 71-story design in Guangzhou City is expected to pay for its added costs through energy savings over five years. Its windows double as solar collectors, and wind power is captured on around the 40th floor. The designer anticipates a net zero energy profile. (BBC Oct. 21, 2009)

Wednesday, October 21, 2009
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Directory:Storage > Directory:Flywheels > Directory:Beacon Power > Beacon Flywheel Plant Approved by New York PSC - Beacon Power Corporation announced that the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) has granted the company a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for its proposed 20-megawatt flywheel frequency regulation plant in Stephentown, New York, and approved the project's overall financing. (Renewable Energy World Oct. 21, 2009)

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Directory:Financial Resources > Directory:Funding > George Soros Investing $1 Billion in Clean Energy - Hedge-fund manager George Soros is the latest billionaire to throw his money behind clean technology. Soros announced yesterday that he will be investing $1 billion in clean energy technology and will also be spending $100 million to create a climate policy advisory organization. (Bloomberg Oct. 12, 2009)

Tuesday, October 20, 2009
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Directory:Electromagnetic > Article:LEGO electromagnetic motor hoax by Tom A - In February of 2009, Tom Altman(?) posted a video on YouTube showing magnets around a wheel with an inductive coil supposedly firing from the incoming magnetic flux to kick the magnet along. It turns out, though, that a hidden capacitor, pre-charged-was assisting the kick. (PESWiki Sept. 19, 2009)
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Directory:Waste to Energy / Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Ethanol > Directory:Cellulosic Ethanol > Turning Wastewater into Ethanol - In a two-step process, Israel-based Applied Clean Tech start by removing cellulose (the part of the plant we can’t digest) from both the sludge and agricultural liquid waste, then Massachusetts-based Qteros ferments this treated material into cellulosic ethanol using a fast-acting microbe, solving the headache of sewage sludge disposal, providing a solution for wastewater treatment plants. (Alt Energy News Oct. 19, 2009)

Monday, October 19, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Global Warming > Site:LRP:Climate Change Myth & The Agenda To Remove The Sovereignty of the United States - A former science adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Lord Monckton, says the real purpose of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen on Dec. 7-18 is to use global warming hype as a pretext to lay the foundation for a socialist one-world government. (PESWiki Oct. 19, 2009)

Directory:Biodiesel / Directory:Ethanol > - Biodiesel and Ethanol Investing - Provides biodiesel and ethanol news, stock information, and details on trends in biofuel industries including new plants, government grants, and biodiesel and ethanol technology.

Sunday, October 18, 2009
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Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Water as Fuel > Water (H20) is our 21st Century fuel - Hollywood films such as "Chain Reaction" and "The Saint" have depicted story lines built around the idea of a revolutionary power source arrived at through water H20, becoming freely available for all to use around the Globe. What if that Hollywood story line turned out to be closer to the truth and rather than being a work of fiction it would change the real world we live in forever. (Carbon Good Guys)

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Directory:Hydrogen / Directory:Superconductors > For Future Superconductors, A Little Bit Of Lithium May Do Hydrogen A Lot Of Good - Scientists have long believeed that metallic hydrogen may prove to be a high temperature superconductor, but have been unsuccessful in achieving that state. A team from Cornell and NY State University at Stony Brook have announced a theoretical study that predicts the metallization of hydrogen-rich mixtures at significantly lower pressures by adding small amounts of lithium to hydrogen. (Science Daily October 8, 2009)

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Directory:Conspiracy > Pocket spy: Will your smartphone rat you out? - Many cell phones nowadays record text messages, photos, travel routes, and other private information, even if you "delete" it -- all retrievable by police forensic machines with plug-and-play capabilities. (New Scientist Oct. 14, 2009) [Orwell told you so.]

Saturday, October 17, 2009
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Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:U.S. Government and Energy > The U.S. military’s battle to wean itself off oil - Increasingly, the military it seeking out self-sustainable energy solutions to solve their supply line problems. For them, renewable energy is not an environmental consideration but a tactical necessity—a matter of life and death, of victory or defeat. (Grist Oct. 14, 2009) [Politicizing and sequestering renewable energy to maintain tactical advantage of one side is not a good thing for the people and gives an advantage to the police state. Open source, guys.]

Friday, October 16, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Solar > Directory:Solar PhotoVoltaics / Directory:Clean Energy Technologies for the Developing World > OS:Human Hair Solar Panel by Milan Karki > OS:Human Hair Solar Panel by Milan Karki - Despite the heavy skepticism, after hearing of a group of teenage students from Nepal who claim to have replaced expensive doped silicon with human hair to produce a solar cell capable of generating 18W of electricity, curiosity got the better of Gizmag's Paul Ridden, who contacted the inventor to find out more. (PESWiki Oct. 16, 2009)
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Directory:Magnets > Directory:Magnets > 'Magnetic electricity' discovered - Researchers have discovered a magnetic equivalent to electricity: single magnetic charges that can behave and interact like electrical ones. The work is the first to make use of the magnetic monopoles that exist in special crystals known as spin ice. The phenomenon, dubbed "magnetricity", could be used in magnetic storage or in computing. (BBC News Oct. 14, 2009)

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Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Electrical Grid > Directory:Smart Grid > From Smart Grid to Big Brother? - The main stated benefits are: A more efficient use of energy, and a higher capacity to handle intermittent renewable power sources. But there is another important issue that gets shoved under the rug: Privacy. These smart meters and appliances will be sending lots of data to power companies. (TreeHugger Oct. 14, 2009)

Thursday, October 15, 2009
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Directory:Storage > Directory:Storage > Hydraulic Storage using Coastal Salt Domes - Hydraulic and air-pressure based power stations respond more easily to sudden and extreme fluctuations in demand for power. Salt domes that are located very deep in the earth's bedrock and that measure several miles in vertical height by up to a mile in diameter would be suitable to store pressurized natural gas or compressed air. (Energy Pulse Oct. 9, 2009)

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Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Biofuel > Directory:Biodiesel > Breakthrough Biodiesel Process Now Running At Commercial Scale - Ever Cat opened the doors to it’s new biodiesel facility in rural Minesota on Sept. 28, capable of making biodiesel in mere seconds from start to finish, reducing costs by half the price of other biodiesel, producing no waste, using no chemical reactants, and using any animal fat or vegetable oil as a feedstock. (Gas 2.0 Sept. 30, 2009)

Wednesday, October 14, 2009
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Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Animal and Crop Waste to Energy / Directory:Natural Gas > Could Cowpower Replace Horsepower On The Rally Circuit? - Cow manure is a leading contributor of nitrous oxide and ammonia into the atmosphere, adding heartily to global warming. Cars provide their own fair share of noxious fumes. But a British team of engineers and racers is working on a way to kill two birds with one stone by developing a race car that can run on cow manure. (Gas 2.0 Oct. 13, 2009)

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Directory:Conservation / Directory:Water > Directory:Home Generation:Gray Water Recycling > Sleek Sink/Toilet Combo is an All-in-One Greywater Recycling System - This compact multi-tasking toilet/sink by Roca houses a nifty self-contained greywater system that is capable of reducing water use by up to 25% compared to a standard 6/3-litre dual flush toilet. It’s a much trendier and elegant solution to existing sink to toilet greywater systems. (Inhabitat Sept. 28, 2009)

Tuesday, October 13, 2009
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Directory:Magnets > Scientist Develops Programmable Magnets - Researcher and inventor Larry Fullerton of Correlated Magnetics has developed a process to "program" magnets so that they will attract or repel only another specifically programmed magnet. The process works by changing materials at the molecular level. Many potentially useful applications never before possible with conventional magnets. (Huntsville Times Oct. 5, 2009 )

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Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Biofuel > Directory:Algae > Commercial green fuel from algae still as much as a decade away - Breakthroughs are still needed in finding the right strain of algae among thousands of species that will produce high yields designing systems where the desired algae can multiply and other species don't invade and disrupt the process and extracting its oils without degrading other parts of the algae that can be made into side products and sold as well. (Reuters Oct. 8, 2009)

Monday, October 12, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Biomass / Directory:Biofuel Sources > Article:Junipers are great for renewable biomass - You can selectively and sustainably harvest some of a Juniper via the ancient practice of 'decoupage' in which the major part of a tree is removed while leaving one major, healthy limb coming from near the base of the tree, which will grow into a new trunk. Juniper biomass is rich in oil and can be 'slow roasted' by pyrolysis into syngas and biochar. (PESWiki Oct. 12, 2009)

Directory:Magnet Motors / Directory:Steorn Free Energy > Steorn renews perpetual promise to show free energy machine - A skeptical commentary by a major tech news source, covering the development we covered two weeks ago. (ZDNet Oct. 12, 2009)

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Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Electric Vehicles > All-Electric Freight Train Makes Debut in Pennsylvania - Norfolk Southern unveiled a prototype all-electric, 1,500 horsepower locomotive that gets its power from 1,080 12-volt lead-acid batteries, the same kind found under the hoods of most cars. It includes a brake regeneration system. 'Doesn't say what it does for a jump start. (Gas 2.0 Oct. 8, 2009)

Sunday, October 11, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Tesla coil > Article:Tesla DC Thermoelectric Coils - The "Tesla Coil" was continually developed by PowerPedia:Nikola Tesla in the 1890s. By the end of this period, it evolved into pulsed DC thermoelectric back emf voltage gain apparatus, with highly specific harmonic frequency tuning. Tesla's patents prove this. Ironically, this public explanation of free energy physics comes from a historian, Tim Harwood M.A., not a physicist. (PESWiki Oct. 11, 2009)
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Directory:Natural Gas > New Way to Tap Natural Gas May Expand Global Supplies - A new technique that taps previously inaccessible supplies of natural gas from shale in the United States is spreading to the rest of the world, raising hopes of a huge expansion in global reserves of the cleanest fossil fuel. (NY Times Oct. 9, 2009)

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Directory:Vibrations > Austrian composer simulates speech using... A piano? - Austrian composer Peter Ablinger has programmed a mechanically-actuated piano to reproduce recorded human speech. (GizMag Oct. 7, 2009) [I share this perhaps to spur some thoughts about possible energy applications relating to vibrations and frequencies used in unexpected ways.]

Saturday, October 10, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Electro Magnetic Energy (EME) by TWM Technology > TWM provides demo videos - A demonstration video set by TWM Technology LLC shows two of their motor-generators in operation, though not showing convincing overunity. The company claims that the system can provide enough power from its secondary coil to both keep the battery source replenished and to provide extra energy for practical use. (PESN Oct. 10, 2009) (Comment)
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Directory:Batteries > Directory:BetaVoltaics > A nuclear battery the size and thickness of a penny - They might sound dangerous, but nuclear batteries have been safely powering devices such as pace-makers, satellites and underwater systems for years. They have an extremely long life and high energy density compared to chemical batteries. Researchers at the University of Missouri are developing one that is smaller, lighter and more efficient. ('GizMag'' Oct. 9, 2009)

Friday, October 9, 2009
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Directory:Buyer Beware / Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Magniwork > Magniwork Energy internet scam - Internet fraudsters are raking in thousands of dollars a day with a scam selling plans for what alleges to be an electromagnetic free energy machine capable of powering a house. One estimate puts sales of the guide as high as 5,000 copies a month, making the scam worth up to $3m a year. (Off-Grid Oct. 8, 2009) [We've not yet received a scrap of evidence supporting the claims.]

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Directory:Piezoelectric > Produce Electricity While You Drive - Piezoelectricity can be put to use making electricity from the mechanical stress from vehicles passing over roadways. The concept was originally developed by Innowattech, who plans to lay down a sort of test road in Israel. (Alt Energy News Oct. 7, 2009)

Thursday, October 8, 2009
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Directory:Magazines > Directory:Infinite Energy Magazine / Directory:Cold Fusion > Infinite Energy: Issue 87: The 1919 Ecipse Data - A Scalable Research Reactor for CMNS Experiments • Appearance of Palladium on a Zinc Anode • The Eclipse Data of 1919: The Greatest Hoax in 20th Century Science • The Association of the Ether with Gravitating Objects • PEM Fuel Cell with a Coated Aluminum Bipolar Plate • Gravity as Diffraction • Colloquium on Lattice-Assisted Nuclear Reactions at MIT (Sept/Oct 2009)

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Directory:Biofuels > Directory:Biofuels > Velocity Biofuels . com - In the corporate world's rush to profit in the biofuel industry, often sustainability is not considered. Velocity provides sustainable biodiesel consulting for waste-based fuel production, staying away from crops that can be used for food and other practical uses.

Directory:Oil > Saudis ask for aid if world cuts dependence on oil - Saudi Arabia has led a quiet campaign demanding behind closed doors that oil-producing nations get special financial assistance if a new climate pact calls for substantial reductions in the use of fossil fuels. (Associated Press Oct. 8, 2009)

Wednesday, October 7, 2009
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Directory:Building > Directory:Building > New 'green' geopolymer concrete delivers win-win for industry and the planet - An inorganic polymer concrete being developed by Dr Erez Allouche at Louisiana Tech University utilizes fly ash, one of the most abundant industrial by-products on earth. The cement is stronger, lasts hundreds of years rather than tens, has better resistance to corrosion and fire... (GizMag Oct. 2, 2009)

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Directory:Wind > Directory:Vertical Axis Wind Turbines > Helix looking to use mobile phone towers for wind energy generation - Later this month, Helix Wind Corporation will deliver its first test wind turbines to Eltek Network Solutions Group for installation at two test sites in Nigeria. The turbines will provide a clean energy solution for mobile phone towers and if tests prove successful, could see wind power being rolled out to hundreds of sites over the next few years. (Gizmag October 3, 2009)

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Directory:Conspiracy > Mainstream News to be held culpable in H1N1 vaccine scam if they don't stop participating in the unfounded hype - Sterling tells his local paper: "I am hereby putting you on notice that the H1N1 vaccine being disseminated by the government is a dangerous, not-adequately-tested, toxic-agent-containing mixture, and is part of a royal scam being propagated by eugenicists who have infiltrated our government ... (PatriotSaints Oct. 7, 2009)
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Electro Magnetic Energy (EME) by TWM Technology > TWM presents self-looping system with copious extra power for use (Interview) - Allegedly, not only does TWM Technology, LLC's motor produces enough electricity to keep its batteries topped off, with energy left over for other use, but it also produces torque. The motor does not heat up at all under load, so it can be built from cheaper materials, including wood. A 600 HP version is nearly completed. (PESN Oct. 6, 2009) (Comment)
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Directory:Wind > Directory:Wind:Largest > World's Largest Wind Farm (781.5 MW) Completed in Texas - Living up to its bigger is better (for better and worse) reputation, Texas can now boast having the world's current largest wind farm. E.ON Climate & Renewables has announced the completion of the 781.5 MW Roscoe wind complex, which is expected to generate enough power for more than 230,000 average homes. (TreeHugger Oct. 1, 2009)

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Directory:Conspiracy > Alex Jones' Close Encounter of The Pig Kind! - Alex recounts seeing a homeland security conference in his hotel with girl scouts being trained to spy on citizens followed by his experience in airport security encountering a Nazi screener on his way home from reporting on the American Police Force criminality in Hardin Montana. "Total tyranny is here." (YouTube / TheAlexJonesChannel Oct. 5, 2009)

Monday, October 5, 2009
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Directory:Ocean Wave Energy > 2 New & Innovative Ocean Wave Energy Devices - ANSYS Inc is a global trend setter of simulation software and technologies to assist in converting the persistent forces of ocean waves into electricity. Green Ocean Energy Ltd, an Aberdeen based company, is developing mechanisms to harness energy from the Earth’s oceans, focusing on things such as the economic viability and sustainability of their products. (Alt Energy News Oct. 5, 2009)

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Directory:Clean Coal > Cleaning Up on Dirty Coal - The industrial boomtown of Dongguan in southeast China's Pearl River Delta could soon host one of the country's most sophisticated power plants, one that uses an unconventional coal-gasification technology to make the dirtiest coal behave like clean-burning natural gas. - (MIT Technology Review Sept. 29, 2009)

Sunday, October 4, 2009
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Latest: Directory:Grand Unified Theories > Directory:Nassim Haramein's Resonance Project Foundation - Nassim Haramein has been turning heads for years with his very radical yet sensible thoughts on the grand unified field theory, seamlessly tying the macrocosm to the microcosm. Haramein's recent paper, "The Schwarzschild Proton" received the "Best Paper Award" at the University of Liege, Belgium during the CASYS'09 conference. (PESWiki Oct. 4, 2009)
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Directory:Wind > Directory:Wind:Plans > Malawi windmill boy with big fans - The extraordinary true story of a Malawian teenager who transformed his village by building electric windmills out of junk is the subject of a new book, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind. (BBC Oct. 1, 2009)

Saturday, October 3, 2009
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Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Battery Chargers > Drawing power from the road - Engineering company Ingenieurgesellschaft Auto und Verkehr (IAV) is looking to embed roads with electrical conductors that would “refuel” the electric cars of the future while they are driving or are parked. Inductive loops buried in the roadway would generate a magnetic field to supply the cars with energy without the need for cables and connectors. (GizMag October 1, 2009)

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Directory:Conservation > Directory:Energy Usage Monitoring Devices > The Power Monitor: Top Tools for Watching Your Home Energy Use - A review of some of the best devices for checking the consumption of single devices or appliances, monitoring the energy use of a whole house, and online dashboards that link up with utility companies as part of a smart grid. (TreeHugger Sept. 28, 2009)

Friday, October 2, 2009
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Directory:Gravity Motors / Directory:Milkovic Two-Stage Mechanical Oscillator >Energy Surplus Phenomenon (pdf) - Prof. Nebojsa Simin, a Serbian physicist, has addressed the scientific community and public with an open letter and call for official examination of Veljko Milkovic’s oscillating pendulum-lever system and "obviousness" of mechanical energy surplus showing in the work of this mechanical device. ( October 1, 2009)

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Directory:BioElectricity > Mud-Loving Bacteria Increases Fuel Cell Output by 800% - Researchers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst evolved a new strain of the Geobacter microbe that increases power output per cell by 800%. The hairy mud-loving microbe uses its hairlike filaments–called pili–to produce an electric current from both mud and waste water. (Gas 2.0 Sept. 1, 2009)

Thursday, October 1, 2009
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Directory:Biofuel > Directory:Biofuel Sources > Seven Weeds That Could Power Your Car - With the attention on first generation corn ethanol fading, the next big thing on the sustainable fuel horizon is nonfood biofuel crops. Within that category, inedible weeds are taking a front-row seat due to their relatively low demands on water, pesticides, and herbicides, and their reduced need for tilling and other mechanized soil prep. (Gas 2.0 Sept. 30, 2009)

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Directory:Magnets > Magnetic Family - The males in this Taiwanese family have something weird about their bodies that attracts metal and glass objects. Watch as the father shows a 6-pound metal iron clinging to his chest. No magnetic fields are dedected. It is not known why this occurs. (YouTube February 15, 2007)

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Correction:US judge rules against compulsory vaccinations (Correction: Injunction filed but not issued) - A Preliminary Injunction to stop mandatory vaccinations has been issued in the United States District Court of New Jersey. (by Robert O. Young Sept. 8, 2009)


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