New Car Engine Sends Shock Waves Through Auto Industry Despite shifting into higher gear within the consumer's green conscience, hybrid vehicles are still tethered to the gas pump via a fuel-thirsty 100-year-old invention: the internal combustion engine. However, researchers at Michigan State University have built a prototype gasoline engine that requires no transmission, crankshaft, pistons, valves, fuel compression, cooling systems or fluids. Their so-called Wave Disk Generator could greatly improve the efficiency of gas-electric hybrid automobiles and potentially decrease auto emissions up to 90 percent when compared with conventional combustion engines. The engine has a rotor that's equipped with wave-like channels that trap and mix oxygen and fuel as the rotor spins. These central inlets are blocked off, building pressure within the chamber, causing a shock wave that ignites the compressed air and fuel to transmit energy. The Wave Disk Generator uses 60 percent of its fuel for propulsion; standard car engines use just 15 percent.
Free-Energy Devices, zero-point energy, and water as fuel The Unification Coil | Native Clean Energy The Unification Coil was invented and created by Daniel & Erica Nunez now in partnership with NativeCleanEnergy.com. They combined the work of Marco Rodin’s “Rodin Coil” and Randy Powell’s “Abha Coil” to come up with the Unification Coil. Change is necessary in order for our planet to evolve and become truly sustainable. This can begin now, by introducing a new way of creating our electrical devices in a way which conserves energy. Additional Technical Specifications: (8 LED’s @ .029mA) (12 rows in parallel) = 96 LED’s @ .348mA So the Unification Coil can power those same 96 LED’s all wired in series using .154mA; that’s less than half the energy consumption from a conventional setup. Below is a clear demonstration of input versus output power using the ABHA Coil Rewired design and an Android App to run the proper sound frequency into the amplifier which is then fed through the coil to amplify the voltage while maintaining amperage!
The Designer Pad - Green Jewels Terrariums often allow the most novice of gardener to show off a green thumb, especially those who love greenery in their pads but lack the time or space for a full-grown garden. There is a wide variety of terrariums in the market, but to find one that will go with a more contemporary decor is not an easy task. These slick miniature greenhouses, by Score + Solder, are beautifully designed to allow you to showcase your plants like little jewels. “A traveling gypsy, Matthew Cleland makes his beautiful pieces by hand, skills passed down through ten generations and continued by this magician. With a flask in one hand and a soldering iron in the other, he brings you one-of-a-kind pieces of art”. Happy Friday! Spotted in The Cool Hunter
Electricity from the sun and the wind Major Objectives To reduce the economic and institutional barriers between people and sustainable housing. To begin reversing the overall negative effect that conventional housing has on the planet. To create a less stressful existence for people in an effort to reduce the stress that they in turn place on the planet and each other. MEMBERSHIP Members will be provided with a membership certificate and a deed which will allow, define and locate the member's lodging site as well as their ultimate interest in the common lands. A membership can only be obtained by the purchase of a lot/building site. All members accepted into the association are assumed to understand and be in agreement with the experimental nature of the G.W. program. In that the Greater World Community became (at the mandate of Taos County) a subdivision after it was already established as a community, rules and regulations of the subdivision will prevail over previously established rules and regulations of the community. 1.
Japanese breakthrough will make wind power cheaper than nuclear NOTE: Some major wind projects like the proposed TWE Carbon Valley project in Wyoming are already pricing in significantly lower than coal power -- $80 per MWh for wind versus $90 per MWh for coal -- and that is without government subsidies using today's wind turbine technology. The International Clean Energy Analysis (ICEA) gateway estimates that the U.S. possesses 2.2 million km2 of high wind potential (Class 3-7 winds) — about 850,000 square miles of land that could yield high levels of wind energy. This makes the U.S. something of a Saudi Arabia for wind energy, ranked third in the world for total wind energy potential. The United States uses about 26.6 billion MWh's, so at the above rate we could satisfy a full one-third of our total annual energy needs. Now what if a breakthrough came along that potentially tripled the energy output of those turbines? Well, such a breakthrough has been made, and it's called the "wind lens." Editor's note: Want more info?
Can Andrea Rossi's Infinite-Energy Black Box Power The World--Or Just Scam It? On January 14, 2011, a 61-year-old Italian inventor named Andrea Rossi staged a spectacular demonstration. In a warehouse in Bologna, he switched on a strange contraption that looked like a leg of lamb wrapped in aluminum foil. He called it the "E-Cat," short for "energy catalyzer." Here, Rossi claimed, was a machine that harnessed a previously unknown type of nuclear reaction—a machine that could produce nearly infinite energy cheaply and with no radioactive by-products. A handpicked audience of 40 journalists and scientists watched Rossi's E-Cat gurgle steam for an hour. Despite the rebuff, three weeks later Celani presented observations of Rossi's "black box," as he called it, at a special session of the 16th International Conference on Cold Fusion. If it were true, Rossi's invention would be a miracle—the boundless energy source that physicists have been pursuing since the dawn of the nuclear age. The machine would put the oil companies out of business.
Blog » The Top 10 Plants for Removing Indoor Toxins Common indoor plants may provide a valuable weapon in the fight against rising levels of indoor air pollution. NASA scientists are finding them to be surprisingly useful in absorbing potentially harmful gases and cleaning the air inside homes, indoor public spaces and office buildings. The indoor pollutants that affect health are formaldehyde, Volatile Organic Compounds (benzene and trichloroethylene or TCE), airborne biological pollutants, carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides, pesticides and disinfectants (phenols), and radon. These pollutants contribute to ‘sick building syndrome’, which causes symptoms ranging from allergies, headaches and fatigue through to nervous-system disorders, cancer and death. Through studies conducted by NASA, scientists have identified 50 houseplants that remove many of the pollutants and gases mentioned above. More information on this study as well as references and details on specific chemicals can be found on Dr. Dr. 1. Also called the “Butterfly Palm”.
Car that runs on nothing but water unveiled in Japan. No gasoline, no battery recharging and no emissions. | PRESS Core – Evidentiary News, World News, Special Reports, Technology, Health, Videos, Polls “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." ~ Edmund Burke Bill Clinton announced what it represented in his State of the Union Address Jan 27, 2000 ~ “It is a Rising Sun!” The Eye of Horus. A satanic Illuminati (enlightened) symbol for resurrection. Depicts pagans worshiping the Sun. You can also see a pyramid in the logo - 2 hands raised and joined together giving homage to the Sun. Other Satanic subliminal (hidden) messages - the convention was held in Charlotte. Look at images of the convention when Obama gave his speech and you will see a lot of suggestive messaging. Exemplifying the old adage “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. "Apples are a good source of soluble fiber, especially pectin, which helps control insulin levels by slowing the release of sugar into your bloodstream. An apple and all other acidic fruits boost the immune system and fights and prevents infections, disease and cancer. "No one can serve two masters.
Solar Comes of Age The solar industry is entering a dynamic period as costs decline, demand for electricity continues to grow, and competition heats up. The result has been a rise in M&A and vertical integration as solar energy providers seek to carve out a leading role in the market and ensure their access to customers. Some high-profile bankruptcies have captured headlines in recent months, perhaps the most infamous being government-subsidized Solyndra. But as Carrie Cullen Hitt, vice president of state affairs at the Solar Energy Industries Association — the national trade association of the U.S. solar industry — notes, failure is part of any industry’s natural evolution, and solar is no exception. Rather than indicating imminent decline, it points to solar energy’s potential for growth. Roadblocks remain: The U.S. energy industry still operates within a century-old framework of laws, regulations, and infrastructure, and low natural gas prices are diverting attention, and investment, from renewables.
Free Energy Reality - The SEG | www.in5d.com Last updated on March 1, 2012 at 4:11 am EDT by in5d Alternative News * Visit in5D Connection where you can find your soul mate or join one of our amazing groups. EVERYONE is welcome! by Gregg Prescott, M.S.www.in5d.comwww.BodyMindSoulSpirit.comwww.HolisticCancerResearch.com While governments and countries fight over the petro dollar, the solution for all energy concerns is closer to coming to fruition every day. John Searl is one of the leaders of the new free energy movement. According to Jason Verbelli, “This will replace the grid. You'd still use the same wall sockets in your home, but you wouldn't have to pay anyone for the power and you will never have black outs. The only difference in your home's system is that you'd have to reverse the polarity of your wall sockets to receive the inverse signal put out by the SEG. The more you used it, the more it would put out negative ions which promote healing. The utility companies can monitor their meters all they wanted. About the Author:
Vegetable Gardening in Containers If you don't have space for a vegetable garden, consider raising fresh, nutritious, homegrown vegetables in containers. A windowsill, patio, balcony, or doorstep can provide sufficient space for a productive container garden. Problems with soil-borne diseases, nematodes, or poor soil can also be overcome by switching to container gardening. Grow vegetables that take up little space, such as carrots, radishes, and lettuce, or crops that bear fruits over a period of time, such as tomatoes and peppers, for best use of space and containers. The amount of sunlight your container garden receives determines what crops can be grown. Container gardening lends itself to attractive plantscaping. Containers There are many possible containers for gardening. Some gardeners have built vertical planters out of wood lattice work lined with black plastic and filled with a lightweight soil mix; or out of welded wire shaped into cylinders lined with sphagnum moss. Potting Soil (Media) Planting Watering
Stanley Meyer Motorized rickshaw shows off the power of Denver Zoo poo By Kristen Leigh PainterThe Denver Post Posted: 03/22/2012 01:00:00 AM MDT|Updated: 2 years ago Mike Dunbar works on the tuk tuk while George Pond, left, watches. To the right, Brian Bruggeman and Paul Quick check on electrical components. (Helen H. The Denver Zoo today will fire up a poo-powered tuk tuk as proof that human trash and animal feces can be converted to energy. The three-wheeled motorized rickshaw — believed to be the first hybrid-electric gasified tuk tuk — is designed to showcase the innovative energy system that will fuel the Toyota Elephant Passage exhibit, which opens June 1. "(The tuk tuk) can be a place for us to interact with guests about this great technology," said the zoo's sustainability manager, Jennifer Hale. The tuk tuk was purchased from Thailand and then re-engineered to run on gasified pellets made from animal droppings and trash generated by the zoo's human visitors and employees. The full-fledged system should be complete in the fall.