October - December 2005
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December 31, 2005
Installs Fuel Vaporizer on GMC CrewCab -
System uses 200-degree engine coolant to vaporize the lighter chemicals out
of the gasoline into an isolated chamber system. Inventor is working on a
way to crack the heavier part of the gasoline.
December 30, 2005
December 29, 2005
to the Zero Point - Bearden gives credit to the courage that
researchers such as Haisch and Puthoff have shown in pushing to the
zero-point. Academically it was a huge risk to them, to their careers and to
December 23, 2005
December 14, 2005
December 4, 2005
Earth's Buffers to the Breaking Point - The Earth is extremely
resilient, but there are limits to how much she can take, and when her
buffering capacity is saturated, catastrophic ecosystem breakdown results.
We are beginning to see some more rapid changes now, indicating that we are
on the edge of the buffer.
November 25, 2005
November 21, 2005
November 18, 2005
embrittlement not a substantial threat - Hydrogen-conversion expert,
and clean-fuel specialist, Tai Robinson, responds to assertion that when
hydrogen gas dissolves into the structure of certain metals such as aluminum
& steels, it can cause cracking and failure of metal components.
November 16, 2005
- Exclusive Interview
contractor reticent on anti-gravity discovery - A fabled top secret
World War II technology, never fully developed by the Nazis, although many
individuals were allegedly killed in the process of its testing, apparently
has been replicated in part by a mainstream Californian defense contractor,
SARA, showing anti-gravity and propulsion effects.
November 7, 2005
- Exclusive Interview
vertical axis wind turbine introduces competitive advantage - Design
creates pull on the back side contributing to 40%+ wind conversion
efficiencies, doesn't kill birds, runs more quietly, doesn't need to be
installed as high, blends better with landscape. Generating costs estimated
at 2.5 cents per kilowatt-hour, surpassing conventional energy sources.
November 3, 2005
power project floating out to North Sea - Norwegian utility will
anchor floating 660-foot-tall post, 200-foot-long blades. Expected 2007. If
the concept works, Norsk Hydro envisions parks of perhaps 200 windmills, in
waters 700-2,200 feet deep.
November 2, 2005
- Exclusive Interview
Fusion poses overwhelming competition to Tokamak - Purports to be a
far more feasible and profoundly less expensive approach to hot fusion, in
contrast to what the international project (ITER) in France is pursuing.
Lawrenceville Plasma Physics is currently researching and developing the
Plasma Focus Device for hydrogen-boron nuclear fusion.
October 31, 2005
October 27, 2005
October 22, 2005
Launches Site for Open-Sourcing Clean Energy - Website launch
provides inventors and users with tools of collaboration for shared
advancement of clean, free, and renewable energy technology solutions.
Believes that open sourcing, which has been such a boon to the software
community, can be just as much so, if not more for the energy world.
makes cannon-ball splash opening with release of disclosure testimonial
videos - Earth-shattering never-before-seen video testimonials
released for the first time, featuring seven energy inventors.
Affidavit witnesses implore the halting of suppression of new energy
technologies that could eliminate our dependence on fossil fuel.
October 21, 2005
Water Heaters are Brutal on the Grid When Popularized - Tankless
water heaters draw energy on demand, and do not have a thermal energy
storage aspect. Multiplied by many customers' hot-water usage patterns,
these surges of energy amount to a significantly higher peak load for
utilities, resulting in increased costs and, more significantly, in
increased waste during non-peak times.
October 20, 2005
- Exclusive Interview:
aims to be the Dell of renewable energy systems - If you have a
unique power need that is off grid, and you want something that can deploy
quickly, is rugged, and will last for a long time, SkyBuilt is who you call.
The CIA shouldn't be the only one to benefit.
October 18, 2005
October 13, 2005
To Improve Turbulence In Combustion Chambers by Creating a Vortex -
Somender Singh says a radical design change in the face of combustion
chambers, by forming grooves, channels or passages through the squish areas,
will further enhance in-cylinder turbulence followed by multi flame front
combustion, as contained in his US Patent 6237579. Do-it-yourselfers might
consider cutting some grooves to approach the effect.
October 12, 2005
October 10, 2005
October 6, 2005
October 5, 2005
Launches - New site launched with intent to be the pre-eminent
online resource linking consumers to solar professionals. Nearly 400 solar
energy system installers and other solar pros from around the U.S. are
Secured for 1 MW Solar Power Plant - International Automated Systems
to install first phase of solar power plant near Barstow, California.
Claims their solar-heat-turbine system will be competitive with fossil-based
power. Biomass applications of turbine also progressing.
July - September 2005 PESN Archive
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