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Philippine DOE Verifies Aviso's Self-Charging EV Today, the Philippine Department of Energy tested Ismael Aviso's electric car, showing that running off wall power, the 11 kW DC motor ran at 45% efficiency, but with Aviso's on-board generator which harvests ambient energy from the surroundings, the motor ran at 133% efficiency (overunity). by Sterling D. AllanPure Energy Systems News Major, breaking news here. Today in the Philippines, the Department of Energy (DOE) validated a free energy technology we've been reporting on recently. This is the first instance that I know of in which a national DOE has validated overunity of any kind outside of the conventional free energy technologies of solar, wind, geothermal, tide, biomass, where the source of energy is always obvious.

Big Rig Pedal Powered Desk The Big Rig is a large work desk and stationary bike combo that also happens to be a kinetic generator, producing power from your pedaling motions that you can use to charge gadgets, power laptops and electrocute yourself for whatever reason it might serve you. Sure, you may laugh at someone who chooses to torture themselves with bicycling endlessly just to create trickles of power, but when the apocalypse happens and the power grid goes down, whoever owns one of these things will end up the one laughing at your face. Created by Pedal Power, the contraption features a sufficiently large desk that looks spacious enough to hold two laptops and an extra 30-plus-inch display, so you can use it to read emails, update spreadsheets, or play games while pedaling on the bike mechanism. It features an adjustable seat for accommodating users of various heights, although the desk itself is fixed. Check It Out

Startup Engineering About the Course Spiritual sequel to Peter Thiel's CS183 course on startups. Bridges the gap between academic computer science and production software engineering. Fast-paced introduction to key tools and techniques (command line, dotfiles, text editor, distributed version control, debugging, testing, documentation, reading code, deployments), featuring guest appearances by senior engineers from successful startups and large-scale academic projects. Over the course of the class, students will build a command line application, expose it as a web service, and then link other students' applications and services together to build an HTML5 mobile app. Herb of the day: ALCHEMILLA VULGARIS Lady’s mantle – scientific name Alchemilla vulgaris, is a pere nnial plant belonging to the Rosaceae family, which comprise of more than 300 species and common in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Lady’s mantle benefits include treating muscle spasms, swelling and inflammation, digestive problems, water retention, mild diarrhea, and diabetes. Even though Alchemilla vulgaris is used to treat various health problems, it is known as the ‘woman’s herb’ because most of its benefits target women. The leaves are used to relieve menopausal symptoms, menstrual problems, claimed to restore virginity and other problems. Other common names for Lady’s mantle are nine hooks, bear’s foot, or lion’s foot.

Renaissance Charge CREDIT CARD ORDERING CENTER Or 5 MJL21193 Transistors used with Bedini Monopole Energizers. Hall Effect Sensor Switch Reed Switch"Reed Switches 1 Form A 12mm AT 1015 OKI" 50 Life Hacks to Simplify your World Life hacks are little ways to make our lives easier. These low-budget tips and trick can help you organize and de-clutter space; prolong and preserve your products; or teach you something (e.g., tie a full Windsor) that you simply did not know before. Most of these came from a great post on tumblr.

Java for Everything June 1, 2014 I used to ask interviewees, “What’s your favorite programming language?” The answer was nearly always, “I just choose the right language for the job.” V3Solar's Spinning Cone-Shaped Solar Cells Generate 20 Times More Electricity Than Flat Photovoltaics If there's one constant among the vast majority of solar panel designs, it's flatness; while solar panels can be equipped to tilt to follow the sun's path through the course of the day, there are still significant efficiency limitations to this basic design. V3Solar's rather elegant photovoltaic Spin Cell cones aim to address that, and their current prototype was recently third-party verified as capable of generating "over 20 times more electricity than a static flat panel with the same area of photovoltaic cells." The V3 Spin Cell was developed through collaboration with industrial design team Nectar Design. The company believes that the Spin Cell could be a game-changer in its market.

TetraBox Light Liquid to Light Designer Ed Chew takes a green step in the right direction with the TetraBox lamp, a light object made from discarded drink packets that would have otherwise ended up in landfills already packed to the brim. The design is achieved by unfolding the packets and refolding them into hexagonal and pentagonal sections that are then pieced together to form a geodesic sphere or any other desired shape. Here, the Epcot-like ball makes an attractive overhead light and casts an impressive web of shadows and shapes on the surrounding space.

Threefold Architects completes light-filled London home Glass walls and a generous light-filled atrium offer plentiful views of the surrounding garden and sky for residents of this north London house by Threefold Architects (+ slideshow). Located at the end of a terrace in Highgate, the two-storey residence was planned to sit amongst trees, plants and lawns, so the London-based Threefold Architects team allowed this to shape their design. They added floor-to-ceiling glazing at ground level, created juliet balconies on the upper floor, and also arranged the floor plan around a top-lit atrium. This helps to brings light right through the building. "We sought to create a house where the garden almost flowed though it," explained studio co-founder Jack Hosea.

Antigravite listes des fichiers PDF antigravite Dernières recherchesFar Us 568 Dgt Liste Des Codes Pannes Poteau Incendie Emeraude Corrige Bac Philo 2001 Honda Crf 450 Manuel Imprime 2561 Tondeuse Honda Hr 173 Ratp Horaires De La Ligne 322 Pdf Lambeau Deplace Lateralement Paro France - English - Italia - Spain - Deutschland - Polska - Neerland - Suomi - Portugal - Eesti notices pdf The Long Artists' Studio by Threefold Architects London firm Threefold Architects designed this long gabled artists' studio in Norfolk, UK, so that the owners could construct it themselves (+ slideshow). Bold southern light floods the studio through large sliding glass doors, opening out onto the artists' garden, whilst colder northern light diffuses through a clerestory window on the northern elevation. This continuous linear window emphasises the boundary between land and sky, framing seasonally transforming fields against morphing clouds. As a reference to the local agricultural vernacular, Threefold Architects chose corrugated black cellulose sheeting to clad two of the exterior walls and the roof whilst sustainably-sourced timber protects the gable ends. The Long Studio's "simple and honest" materials and form allow light and colour from the surrounding fields and garden to animate the dark exterior and bright interior.

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