Imagine wearing a gravity control belt with these mechanical wings strapped on? Looks like you'd bounce a lot but riding the thermals must be wonderful. Watch the other birds freaking out on what the heck this thing is.
The second video is the Festo Bird from 2011. (Thanks to Jerry Draughon over in Thailand for sending this.)
This is a brief interview and demo of the SERPS (Switched Energy Resonant Power Supply) technology showing a COP of 47.9 meaning 4790% more work is being done to light the bulbs compared to what is drawn from the power supply. Jim Murray and Paul Babcock's full presentation from the 2014 Energy Science & Technology Conference is The Secret of Tesla's Power Magnification - originally called Using Reactive Power as an Energy Source.
Paul's patented ultra fast 5 nanosecond switching technology has been mated to the S.E.R.P.S. circuity and has achieved a 4790% increase in electrical power compared to the input.
In layman's terms, energy is supplied by a power transformer to run the lights and then is stored in a capacitor. The capacitor is then discharged back through the lights again to the power supply in a way that neutralizes the load seen by the power supply.
The consequences of this energy oscillation is that the load (bulbs) can be powered twice while the net energy supplied by the power supply is reduced to a very small value. The implications of this technology for energy use in the future is absolutely astonishing!
This is all done without violating any laws of physics or electrical engineering principles and uses all standard electronic components.
Their sign says Burn Copper, Not Coal..."energy stored in inductor can generate uncontrolled large voltages. as reverse electromotive force (REMF), flyback voltage or inductive kick" and "the voltage limiter 160 may substantially conduct the load current in response to the REMF voltage in, for example, 10 to 40 nanoseconds."
Bob Paddock asks, "Does 'Burn Copper' equate to Joseph Newsman's claim that his device converted the copper mass of his massive coil in to energy?".
Bob also courteosly provides this NASA inspired circuit on how to capture energy from relays.
Ken C. recommended testing with other loads than simple light bulbs and Jerry D. suggested calorics since you can't fool heat with back emf or waveform weirdness.
See Suggestion to test QEG with heaters - "I am continually amazed by how these people, and others of their ilk, measure "output power". They all act as if the measured output power was a property of the device under test, rather than the load itself.
Consider this: You have a power source, the mains outlets in your home. Plug in a 100 Watt nameplate value incandescent bulb, and _measure_ the power output of the wall socket. What do you get? 100 Watts or thereabouts, if you have done it right.
Now unplug that bulb and plug in a 1500 Watt electric heater. Measure the power output. What do you get? 1500 Watts, or thereabouts. But NOTHING about your mains plug has changed! It is still the same plug connected to the same wiring all the way back to the power plant.
So what gives? Why didn't this source put 1500 watts into the light bulb, why didn't it put 100 watts into the electric heater? Because the power drawn from the source is determined by the LOAD, not the supply, that's why, as long as the load doesn't want more power than the supply can provide. With a purely resistive load, it is the _resistance_ of the load that determines the _current drawn_ by the load at the _supply voltage_."
Back to SERPS, they post what is claimed to be from a legal document of Tesla from New York City, August 5, 1902 commissioner of patents - 1902: Nikola Tesla vs. Reginald Fessenden – U.S. Patent Interference No. 21,701, System of Signaling (wireless); wireless power transmission, time and frequency domain spread spectrum telecommunications, electronic logic gates in general.;
"Anwer to Question #56; By certain novel processes, the energy of 100 horsepower will be used so as to deliver, into the earth, power at a rate of from 5 to 10 million horsepower."
Discussions pertaining to this incredible claim can be found at these links. Here are the interact discussion comments to date;
They only show light bulbs being tested and that's not good enough. Show motors and other inductive devices being powered from a machine that runs itself. I get the impression it's a lot of fluff and Tesla Church hype to hawk their DVD.
Always its these outrageous efficiencies when they can't even prove it as 1 Watt, so we always have to go back to Hal Puthoff's "One Watt Challenge" - "...we would recommend that the surest route to credibility for alternative energy research lies in meeting what we call "The 1 watt Challenge." This is the demonstration of a device that, on a stand-alone, self-powered basis, can continuously generate a minimum of at least I watt excess average output power. Specifically, consider that one had a device that required ten watts of input power from an external source, say, a battery, but with this input was capable of generating, say, twenty-one watts of output power in the form of heat (a little over 2:1 power gain). We would argue that if one could operate alternatively by diverting twenty of those output watts through a 50%- efficient heat-to-electric converter to provide the ten watt input power, the reduction of the output from twenty-one watts to one watt would be worth the sacrifice in output power to remove the ambiguity of the measurement argument, and the reliance on a separate energy source..."
As one fellow reminds us, if they really have something that works, why waste time selling DVDS when they could sell or license the rights to this and become multi-millionaires. That fact alone, that they choose instead to sensationalize the story to sell DVDS, should raise all our shields. If they are so confident, let them present it to Dragons Den or Shark Tank and see how long it takes for the dragons or sharks to rip them a new one. - JWD
SERPS or another scam?
Thank Comcast for Teaching The Importance of Culture Listening to this Comcast moron will make you grind your teeth and clench your fists and other body parts. - JWD - Ryan and Veronica wanted to cancel their Comcast internet service. As any of us would do, Veronica called the Comcast customer service number. And, as everyone expects these days, she was immediately shunted to “customer retention”.
After 10 minutes of frustation, she handed the phone off to Ryan who went an additional eight minutes – but he recorded it. You don’t have to listen to the whole thing, 30 seconds is plenty. The rest is more of same.
Sources say that Ryan Block went through up to 20 long minutes on the phone with Comcast - in his attempt to cancel and terminate any further services with the company. However, one of the representatives did not follow the main rule(s) of customer service and waste everybody's time!
Ryan Block is one of the millions of customers that don't deserve to get pushed around no matter how big your services are, how fast your internet is, how many channels you provide, like who cares?!!! I should know! This is one reason I stick with providers that don't put me through hoops like this.
Comcast reported that they issued an immediate apology and started investigating this. Please note that this is NOT an actual customer-to-business phone prank. This is a business-to-customer prank instead! And it's a mortal headache. Block seemed to be relatively calm and patient throughout the entire phone call.
Meanwhile, you have a representative bragging about things that in no way relates to one simple fact that a customer just wants his/her services terminated. If I was Block, I would've politely added "Look, I did not pay you to brag about your company. I paid you to proceed with the cancellation process, easy as that. Why make it so difficult?!"
Thank Comcast for Teaching The Importance of Culture
Woman Grows A Nose On Her Spine After Stem Cell Experiment
Eight years ago, doctors took nasal tissue samples and grafted them onto the spines of 20 quadriplegics. The idea was that stem cells within the nasal tissue might turn into neurons that could help repair the damaged spinal cord, and the experiment actually worked a few of the patients, who regained a little bit of sensation.
But it didn’t go well for one woman in particular, who not only didn’t experience any abatement in her paralysis, but recently started feeling pain at the site of the implant. When doctors took a closer look, they realized she was growing the beginnings of a nose on her spine, New Scientist reports.
The surgeons removed a 3-centimeter-long growth, which was found to be mainly nasal tissue, as well as bits of bone and tiny nerve branches that had not connected with the spinal nerves.
The growth wasn't cancerous, but it was secreting a "thick copious mucus-like material", which is probably why it was pressing painfully on her spine, says Brian Dlouhy at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, the neurosurgeon who removed the growth.
This is hardly the first case of adverse side effects from a stem cell transplant. The New Scientist article points to several cases where people developed tumors after participating in clinical trials—including one 50-year-old man who, after receiving an experimental treatment for Parkinson’s disease, developed a brain tumor with hairs and cartilage embedded within it.
The nasal tissue experiment took place at a mainstream hospital in Portugal, and there are thousands of legitimate stem cell trials taking place all over the world, but so far only a few stem cell therapies have been approved by the FDA. Stem cells have the potential to treat everything from baldness and diabetes to cardiovascular disease and Parkinson’s. But stem cells, some of which can differentiate into almost any cell in the body, also have the potential to cause harm.
Years ago, I wrote about an interesting book that correlates with this article. See Growing Organs in a Petri Dish - There is a book, "The Lost Millenium - 1967" by Dick and Leigh Richmond Donahue that my late friend Peter Kelly used to sell. It is written as science fantasy though the authors claim it sourced occult information.
One of the stories recounts the gods as a group of alien humanoid scientists who were trying to evolve other planets such as earth, but they had limited lifespans. So Jehovah, being one of the biologists did not have confidence in the approach of his peers that cell or DNA manipulation would lead to successful life extension. To date, they had achieved success with organ rejuvenation from injections, however, cancer often resulted due to uncontrolled cell growth from excess stimulation.
Jehovah felt that the aura of the body was the key to its formation and a necessary part of any rejuvenation scheme. The mind could influence the steady state condition of the aura and so sustained thought of healing or what you wanted your body to become was a key.
His technique proved successful. The book recounts the technique acknowledging that healing occurs when in a relaxed, sleeping state. So using a form of self-hypnosis, prior to sleep, Jehovah would will each limb to relax fully. Once all limbs had been relaxed, a final pass would be made willing the entire body to now relax in a form of sensory isolation. From that point the practitioner would pass into sleep.
The theory was that mental and physical stresses occur daily and must be ‘erased’ from the cells and organs otherwise they are encoded as disease such as cancer or malfunction. By relaxing the entire body prior to sleep, the stresses would be ‘de-tensioned’ and any repairs made would be completed without stress.
All the alien scientists began to use this technique, which extended their lives thousands of years, to give them time to nurse and optimize their biological and climate experiments to fruition. It is the aura which provides the energy pattern for the body and the aura can be influenced by the mind. - JWD
Woman Grows A Nose On Her Spine After Stem Cell Experiment
Hacking Humanity to the Stars: The DIY Space Program
My organisation, SpaceGAMBIT, is a group of those greasemonkeys, and we aim to prove the doubters wrong by getting humanity hacking on hands-on, practical projects that will help us one day live amongst the stars. We’re not alone – we’ve got half a million dollars in funding from the US government to do this, and we’re working with many organisations to Make Things Happen.
How We Make a Difference - Now, it’s no good hammering away on a starship chassis if we don’t even have warp drives yet. Or for that matter, if we don’t even know that warp drives are a possible or optimal technology. Since we’re all about hands-on, just putting together plans and models for interstellar settlement doesn’t really float our boat. Instead, we focus our projects on:
1. Building near-term technologies that will get people thinking about space and settling the stars. Things like a partial space suit and 3D printed planetary rover components
2. Educating and inspiring the public about the need for getting to space and how they can get involved now. These include a range of space badges for Hacker Scouts and workshops for building Cubesats
3. Off-world habitat technologies which also have applications here on earth in disaster relief, developing countries and sustainability. Includes bioreactors and a prototype closed-system underwater habitat
Why focus on the here and now? If the public can’t see a near-term use for space technologies, they go back into “Star Trek” mode. The thing that gets people’s blood pumping is seeing it’s a “real thing” and that they can make a difference.
All of our projects are brought to life by the maker movement through hackerspaces, makerspaces and other community spaces. Basically, an ad hoc worldwide network of passionate, hands-on tinkerers with the tools, community and mindset to Get Stuff Done. Makers aren’t limited by the norms of the engineering industry, so they’re more likely to get something bodged together quickly and rapidly iterate to make it work. And since many don’t have a formal engineering background there’s a lot of out-of-the-box thinking, resulting in off-the-wall designs that might just work anyway.
There are now thousands of such community spaces around the world, including in formerly-wartorn countries like Iraq and Afghanistan, and even NASA is getting in on the act, opening their own makerspace at Ames. And if there’s no space near you, there’s absolutely nothing to stop you getting together with a group of friends and building your own!
Another key point is that all of our projects are open-source, open-hardware, open-documentation, open-everything. Anyone is free to take the projects and replicate, re-use, build on or modify them as they wish. We believe that if we’re to make it as a spacefaring civilization we’ve got to share what we know, not lock it up.
Like last year, we plan to continue funding projects focused on space and maker education, habitat technologies, and small satellite technologies. For projects we fund, we emphasise rapid iteration and getting things done on a budget. All projects have a funding limit of $20,000, should take 3-4 months to complete and be totally open-source, open hardware and open everything. For now you can check our previous project submission announcement for more information, and get in touch if you have a project you’d like to submit!
Hacking Humanity to the Stars: The DIY Space Program
Is Our Moon a Hollow Spaceship?
"The more you study the moon, the more you will become aware that it is an orb of mystery – a great luminous cyclops that swings around the earth as though it were keeping a celestial eye on human affairs." - Frank Edwards, science writer
I planned on loving the moon all of my life, and then I found out it was hollowed out and brought here by aliens.
I no longer love the moon, but I am certainly many times more fascinated by it than when I thought it was simply a dead rock whipping through space alongside cousin Earth.
Asimov wrote in 1963:
"What in blazes is our moon doing way out there? It's too far out to be a true satellite of Earth, it's too big to have been captured by the earth.
The chances of such a capture having been effected and the moon then having taken up a nearly circular orbit about the earth are too small to make such an eventuality credible.
But, then, if the moon is neither a true satellite of the earth nor a captured one, what is it?" – Isaac Asimov, Asimov on Astronomy," Doubleday, 1974; Mercury Press 1963; also quoted in Don Wilson's book, Our Mysterious Spaceship Moon (1975).
The Astonishing (Undisputed) Data;
1. Moon rocks brought back to earth have been dated at approximately 5.3 billion years old, and the dust they were resting on has been dated at approximately 6.3 billion years old. This means that the moon cannot have come from (broken off from) the earth, which is only 4.54 billion years old.
2. On November 20, 1969, the Apollo 12 crew jettisoned their lunar module ascent stage causing it to crash onto the moon. The impact (about 40 miles from the Apollo 12 landing site) created an artificial moonquake with startling characteristics: the moon reverberated like a bell for more than an hour. This phenomenon was repeated with Apollo 13, which allowed its third stage to impact the moon, with even more startling results. Seismic instruments recorded that the reverberations lasted for three hours and twenty minutes and traveled to a depth of twenty-five miles. This means that the moon has an unusually light, or possibly no, core.
3. The moon's mean density is 3.34 gm/cm3 (3.34 times the density of an equal volume of water) whereas the Earth's mean density is 5.5 gm/cm3. What does this mean? In 1962, NASA scientist Dr. Gordon MacDonald stated, "If the astronomical data are reduced, it is found that the data require that the interior of the moon is more like a hollow than a homogeneous sphere."
4. Earth's moon is the only moon in the solar system that has an almost perfectly circular (though still technically elliptical) orbit. A nearly circular orbit indicates that the moon was probably not captured naturally by the earth, because the orbit of a captured satellite is always substantially elliptical, for a reason that makes itself apparent with thought.
5. Earth's moon is the only moon in the solar system that has a stationary (non-spinning) orbit. The same side of the moon always faces the earth.
6. Earth's moon's center of mass is about 6,000 feet closer to the earth than its geometric center, which should cause wobbling. We may ask: What force or intelligence placed the moon in orbit with its unique nearly circular orbit, lack of spin, and lack of wobble?
"As outrageous as the Moon-Is-a-Spaceship[-Brought-Here-By-Aliens] Theory is, [it] is the only theory that is supported by all of the data, and there are no data that contradict this theory." - "Strange Moon Facts," Ronald Regehr
Zulu legend says that the earth was very different before the moon arrived. There were no seasons and the planet was permanently surrounded by a canopy of water vapor. People did not feel the fierce glare of the sun that we do now and they could only view it through a watery mist.
The earth was a beautiful place, a gentle place, lush and green with a gentle drizzle and mist, and the sun's fury was not there. (This corroborates the geological and paleontological evidence that the Sahara desert was once green). The water canopy fell to the earth as a deluge of rain when the moon was put into place in the earth's orbit, correlating with the Biblical rain of 40 days and 40 nights. (known as the Water Jacket Theory)
So the aliens built or towed this hollow moon into orbit which cased the great floods and changed the climate and all life on earth. It's a big self-powered hotel waiting to save as many humans as possible from global catastrophes. They are then used as the seed for the next cycle of humanity. Explains all these apprearances of science popping out of nowhere to guide and educate primitive cultures. It's just that simple. - JWD
Is Our Moon a Hollow Spaceship?
'Rainmaker' wants his shot
NORTHERN New South Wales inventor and rainmaker Peter Stevens is looking for backers to help break the drought with technology. Despite an unsuccessful, problem-plagued rainmaking mission to Richmond Shire in July this year, Mr Stevens wants to give it another shot – and he guarantees rain.
He recently demonstrated his Rainmaker device from the backyard of a Gold Coast property where he lives, claiming some success in helping it rain over the Blue Mountains while the bushfires were raging.
Apparently Mr Stevens’ Rainmaker works like a long range radio transmitter – it can bounce its “rainmaking frequency” off the ionosphere to virtually any location. He said the technology was based upon principles of electromagnetics and electrostatics. When focused in one area, the frequency ionises the atmosphere and creates a vortex, which draws in atmospheric moisture and eventually rain clouds.
Mr Stevens said the technology was developed by fellow inventor and ex-Royal Australian Navy technician Jack Toyer in the 1970s, drawing on the controversial ideas of American theorist Walter Russell. See Russell Books or total Collection.
Tamworth-born Mr Stevens, whose father was an inventor, met Mr Toyer in Casino in 1985 at a Northern Rivers Inventors Association meeting. On June 19, 1987, the Northern Star newspaper at Lismore asked in bold headlines if Mr Toyer’s rainmaking activities had caused a flood. Mr Stevens said the Rainmaker had, in fact, caused three floods – although “nothing serious”.
“We turned it on three times and we had three successes in a row – three floods in a row,” Mr Stevens said. He said the Rainmaker’s ideal “shooting range” was about 150km, but targeting Sydney from the Gold Coast was well within the Rainmaker’s capacity.
“It’s where you happen to be that helps, with a good clear, panoramic view of the sky. “I like to be about 150km from the target locality so I can bounce it (the frequency) straight into them,” he said. He also built another rainmaker during visits to the United States in 2007, 2009 and 2011 and claims to have made it rain in the officially rainless Death Valley, Nevada.
Mr Stevens said ionisation could last in an area up to 28 days. Supportive and sometimes skeptical newspaper reports have reported his successes over the past 20 years, most notably with western NSW cotton growers in the 1990s. But when the cotton growers told Mr Stevens they didn’t want the rain, he “packed up his machine in disgust” and became a full-time carer for a family member.
It wasn’t until 2006 that he dusted of the equipment and reassembled it. But he told Queensland Country Life he needed some decent financial backing in the order of $10,000 to go out to the drought-stricken western Queensland areas.
Mr Stevens can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated 07/22/14 - You will note the diagram above shows his ionization beamer, using what appear to be an octagonal mirror sectioned into eight 45 degree wedges and on the outer edge of the octagon, each wedge has a vertical mirror.
This page description says "Peter Stevens demonstrates some of the field effects generated by working with magnets and a wire curved into an infinity loop configuration" and the video description says "Validation for Walter Russell's theory on magnetics as shown in his book "The Universal One". Peter Stevens attempts to show some anomalous magnetic affects when working with magnetic fields through a wire curved into an infinity loop."
He claims a special frequency but I could not find that mentioned anywhere. Possibly intense IR from the four very hot spotlights focusing a beam like a Klieg spotlight having a range of about 150km to produce a water condensing vortex at a distance. There might be magnets under these mirrors, based on Walter Russells theories and his videos on magnetic phenomena (that might be from his Joe Cell studies).
Peter also has a 'Water Cell' which uses a magnetic configuration to alter the flow of water. See Video #1 and Video #2. If you look at what is happening here you can see that water coming out of the cell immediately wants to go into droplets. In essence, water is becoming more water (spread over greater surface area) as water wants to become a sphere. Observations show that stressed water will come out all together (laminar flow) and doesn’t do what you are seeing here. Here is a short demonstration of what normally happens. This is the same town water that was used in the first video.
We've known for a while: the War on Drugs isn't working. Scientists, journalists, economists, and politicians have all argued against continuing the expensive and ineffective fight. Now, the World Health Organization has said flat out that nations should work to decriminalize the use of drugs.
The recommendations came as part of a report released this month focusing on the prevention and treatment of HIV. "The WHO's unambiguous recommendation is clearly grounded in concerns for public health and human rights. Whilst the call is made in the context of the policy response to HIV specifically, it clearly has broader ramifications, specifically including drug use other than injecting.
In the report, the WHO says:
'Countries should work toward developing policies and laws that decriminalize injection and other use of drugs and, thereby, reduce incarceration. ...Countries should ban compulsory treatment for people who use and/or inject drugs."
The bottom line is that the criminalization of drug use comes with substantial costs, while providing no substantial benefit.
Half of the world's prison population of about nine million is held in the US, China or Russia. Prison rates in the US are the world's highest, at 724 people per 100,000! In Russia the rate is 581. At 145 per 100,000, the imprisonment rate of England and Wales is at about the midpoint worldwide.
Many of the lowest rates are in developing countries, but overcrowding can be a serious problem. Kenyan prisons have an occupancy level of 343.7%
How much does it cost to house a prison inmate for a year? - Average cost per year to house an inmate is around 45K, and that does include the cost of administration, staff salaries, maintenence, etc... Average starting wage for a California Correctional Officer is around 60k plus a really kick butt benefits package, a Warden can make as much as 220k. 45,000 a year and that is without overhead.
This along with the hyped up fake terrorism scares is another "follow-the-money-concern." Private prison systems make billions so they bribe politicians to build more and give them the contracts. - JWD
WHO Calls For Decriminalization of Drug Use
The following is from a combination of emails from inventor I. Sucahyo I think in Indonesia. He has developed an interesting, simple material that appears to produce beneficial effects. - JWD
Correctly made, the type of orgone that cemenite produce is the one that has these kind of effect:
- better sleep, less sleep problem
- more birds chirp around the house
- better gas stove consumption
- plant grow better
- water or food taste better
- vehicle get more mileage and power, may require retuning to get the benefit.
- sky can be clear faster from chemtrail or chemcloud or chemhaze, but rain clouds / fluffy clouds should stay
- fog in the morning
- produce clear ice or ice with vertical air bubble
Cemenite should also increase the mileage/power of car or motorcycle. Put the cemenite under the fuel tank or fuel line. You should use small version, the one with 7cm diameter. See if adding cemenite increase torque, top speed or acceleration. Cemenite work better with cheap fuel.
Chronology of cemenite effect discovery:
- change ice pattern. Produce clear ice, sometime with vertical air bubble. Bad orgone produce white/foggy ice.
- improve sleep, cure insomnia, less headache, less nausea, less ringing ears, less hard to breath, less cold feet, less stomach bug, less whispering voices, less cold feet
- increase fuel octane, increase mileage, increase power, increase fire of gas stove
- more birds chirp, more birds flying around
- improve water taste and food
- calm emotion
- more periodic rain, but rain is not intense, less flood, less dought
- rain in dry season
- more fog in the morning or after raining, especially after chemtrails attack
- less lightning
- less tornado
- less storm
- reduce cirrus dominance
- increase nimbus dominance
- produce rain if the area is filled with cirrus for days and never rain for weeks, first operation can induce drizzle.
- range for the sky is about 5km, for the plants is about 2 meter
- different coil diameter change the size / shape of the bubble
- adding other material reduce power or make cemenite bad
- metal tube or pipe make cemenite produce bad energy
- cylinder / tube shape is the best shape for cemenite
- rotating cemenite may make it stronger, but bad for long use
- ant hole is sign of failure / bad cemenite
- excessive cement will make cemenite no longer work after few months, destroying the excessive cement may maake it work again
- cemenite have zero psychic power. Psychic can not detect its energy, cemenite will not change psychic power, and cemenite have no influence to ghost. Cemenite is purely physics. But cemenite will ease the effect of ghost haunt / targetted individual.
Orgone that I know has two polarity. I usually call them male and female. Female is the term I use for an energy that can make people sleep better, make fuel burn better, make birds come, make people calmer. The opposite, male, make people more energized that make them unable to sleep, make fuel burn harder, castign away birds, make people more emosional (angrier, sadder, happier, more expressive, etc). Male orgone add power or stamina, but overdose is bad. Female orgone calm and relaxing and reduce the effect of male orgone. Water freezing can show the difference clearly. Orgone alter water properties, including how it freeze. Male orgone increase water freezing temperature, make water freeze faster or freeze above 0 celcius, make ice look white and expand excessively.
Female orgone reduce water freezing temperature, prevent water from freezing or stay liquid even bellow 0 celcius, make ice look transparent and do not expand as much. I attach an example of simple experiment that show the difference. Flat spiral coil made with insulated copper will make one side clear and the other side white. It will always be at the same side.
When using female orgone, the taste would actually improve. Drink and food will taste better. The food seems to preserve well too. In my home, instead of repeated warming, we put the cooked food in refrigerator, it still tasty and edible after few days. So I always put cemenite in refrigerator in freezer and urge everyone else to do the same. If we use cemenite on tree, the tree will grow bigger and produce more fruit, with bigger fruit and better taste.
Female increase fuel burning, male reduce fuel burning. Female make nimbus show up, male make hole or eliminate nimbus.
Many people believe that orgone is chi or psychic energy. That is wrong, it is not. Psychic reading or dowsing detect what is relative to the user. As result, it can give wrong reading on the orgone device. There are many example of orgone device that have good bovis reading number, good dowsing, but produce the symptom of deadly / bad orgone. Many people in free energy research, especially for Joe Cell, use dowsing to tune their cell. But they have low success rate because what they measure is not orgone. I have orgonite that said to have good energy that actually reduce my motorcycle top speed. Cemenite also said to have no energy at all by many dowser but can actually increase my motorcycle top speed.
I also use cemenite for my gas stove (video below). You only need to use half setting to get maximum heat.
Some people believe that orgone is negative electrostatic, so they use ion meter to measure it. While this may work on electric based orgone device, not all orgone device utilize electricity. There are orgone device that rely on geometry and material too. The strength or polarity of orgone device may not be related to their electrostatic reading. Increasing ion meter reading do not guarantee stronger orgone energy. The same for people who think orgone as magnetic field. Increasing magnetic field do not guarantee stronger orgone energy. Since electric and magnetic is bipolar, this often interfere with the orgone production.
Water freezing and fuel boosting test can be used to show the strength or polarity of orgone device. Water freezing show the energy distribution. I attach example of how the ice react with two cemenite in different orientation. Also the results of ice experiment of energy pendant with 15000cfm ion meter reading (white ice in yellow plastic bowl).
Cloud buster make hole at nimbus or eliminate them, some cloud buster also attract cirrus. Cemenite do the opposite, cemenite make hole at cirrus and attract nimbus. If cloud buster lift fog, cemenite invite fog. Cloud buster may give DOR sickness problem to the operator, cemenite reduce DOR sickness. First cemenite use can result in drizzle or light rain. First cloud buster use can results in storm or intense rain. Cemenite is the opposite of cloud buster.
I consider cemenite monopolar. Cloud buster and many other rain weather enginering device are bipolar, where device orientation or aim is critical. Often the front get good energy and the behind get bad energy. This is different with cemenite, cemenite can be used on any orientation, the effect radiate to all direction equally, like shown on the attachment..
It is a good thing if Ausie drought is abating. But the report from ASL still make me worry because she observe significant change of weather, she start it just few months ago. This is sign that the weather in Australia still have a lot to improve. I think she is still in the same region as DG or AWP.
I hope you can try cemenite. Please make 100% the same as the instruction. Bad cemenite produce bad orgone energy.
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The Pitchforks Are Coming… For Us Plutocrats
let’s speak frankly to each other. I’m not the smartest guy you’ve ever met, or the hardest-working. I was a mediocre student. I’m not technical at all—I can’t write a word of code. What sets me apart, I think, is a tolerance for risk and an intuition about what will happen in the future. Seeing where things are headed is the essence of entrepreneurship. And what do I see in our future now? I see pitchforks.
At the same time that people like you and me are thriving beyond the dreams of any plutocrats in history, the rest of the country—the 99.99 percent—is lagging far behind. The divide between the haves and have-nots is getting worse really, really fast. In 1980, the top 1 percent controlled about 8 percent of U.S. national income. The bottom 50 percent shared about 18 percent. Today the top 1 percent share about 20 percent; the bottom 50 percent, just 12 percent.
But the problem isn’t that we have inequality. Some inequality is intrinsic to any high-functioning capitalist economy. The problem is that inequality is at historically high levels and getting worse every day. Our country is rapidly becoming less a capitalist society and more a feudal society. Unless our policies change dramatically, the middle class will disappear, and we will be back to late 18th-century France. Before the revolution.
And so I have a message for my fellow filthy rich, for all of us who live in our gated bubble worlds: Wake up, people. It won’t last.
You show me a highly unequal society, and I will show you a police state. Or an uprising. There are no counterexamples. None. It’s not if, it’s when.
Here’s what I say to you: You’re living in a dream world. What everyone wants to believe is that when things reach a tipping point and go from being merely crappy for the masses to dangerous and socially destabilizing, that we’re somehow going to know about that shift ahead of time.
Any student of history knows that’s not the way it happens. Revolutions, like bankruptcies, come gradually, and then suddenly. One day, somebody sets himself on fire, then thousands of people are in the streets, and before you know it, the country is burning.
And then there’s no time for us to get to the airport and jump on our Gulfstream Vs and fly to New Zealand. That’s the way it always happens. If inequality keeps rising as it has been, eventually it will happen. We will not be able to predict when, and it will be terrible—for everybody. But especially for us.
The Pitchforks Are Coming… For Us Plutocrats
The Proton Radius Prediction and Gravitational Control
This in from a scientist friend in China. On December 20th 2012, Director of Research at The Hawaii Institute for Unified Physics and The Resonance Project Foundation, Nassim Haramein registered a copyright at the Library of Congress (click here to see a copy of the online entry) for his paper Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass (QGHM), which was eventually published in the peer-reviewed journal Physical Review & Research International.
In his manuscript, Haramein utilized Planck spherical units (PSU) to describe the holographic vacuum fluctuations and extremely accurately predict the charge radius of the proton (the radius of the proton is typically more accurately described as the charge radius because all we can say about the proton is that there is a concentration of positive charge in that region of space which defines what we would think of as the surface of the proton).
Shortly after Haramein’s submission of his paper to the Library of Congress, on January 25th 2013 a new muonic measurement of the proton was made which agreed with Haramein’s prediction extremely well (within 0.000366 x 10-13cm of the measured value), as the prediction is inside one standard deviation of the experiment, or loosely speaking within the margin of error of the experiment.
Therefore, Haramein’s value, extrapolated from precise theoretical tenets, may be the exact value and experiments are now approaching the resolution necessary to arrive to it.
So why all this attention on the radius of the proton all of a sudden? Because the latest measurement clearly demonstrates that the proton radius is significantly smaller than what is predicted by the standard model and as a result, the proton being a fundamental constituent of the atom, this new measurement threatens to upend the standard model and demand a revision of many of the assumptions of quantum theory.
Therefore, the fact that Haramein utilizes Planck vacuum fluctuations to predict an incredibly accurate value for the charge radius of the proton is extremely significant to physical theory. However, even more noteworthy is that Haramein in the same swoop solves the quantum gravity issue (the fact that gravity does not fit well at the quantum scale) by demonstrating that both cosmological gravitation can be described in terms of Planck vacuum fluctuations and that the strong force that binds the protons together is that very same force acting on them, producing a unified view of physics. These are non-trivial results that are currently slowly trickling into the mainstream awareness despite a certain level of censorship. It is never easy to change the driving fundamental assumptions of a predominant worldview.
Of course a fundamental change in our understanding of the structure of spacetime at the quantum scale and the identification of the vacuum fluctuations being the source of gravitation, mass, and charge will have a profound impact on technological developments of the future.
One can certainly imagine systems that, in a laboratory setting, would create co-moving coherent spinning regions of the Planck vacuum fluctuations and as a result create a depression or curvature in the structure of space to obtain gravitational control, the extraction of significant amounts of energy, and even the possibility of matter creation directly out of the vacuum.
You may think of this as far-fetched or that it may be possible in a very far future, but one should consider that we are already able to extract electromagnetic photons directly out of the vacuum fluctuations utilizing the dynamical Casmir Effect (for popular articles see New Scientist and Physics World). Now consider that physicists have recently found a path forward to complete Gregory Breit and John Archibald Wheeler’s (colleague of Einstein) 1934 dream of creating matter out of photons. All of a sudden the concept of matter creation out of vacuum fluctuations doesn’t seem so extravagant.
The Proton Radius Prediction and Gravitational Control
Is Quantum Mechanics Wrong?
The idea that nature is inherently probabilistic — that particles have no hard properties, only likelihoods, until they are observed — is directly implied by the standard equations of quantum mechanics. But now a set of surprising experiments with fluids has revived old skepticism about that worldview. The bizarre results are fueling interest in an almost forgotten version of quantum mechanics, one that never gave up the idea of a single, concrete reality.
The experiments involve an oil droplet that bounces along the surface of a liquid. The droplet gently sloshes the liquid with every bounce. At the same time, ripples from past bounces affect its course. The droplet’s interaction with its own ripples, which form what’s known as a pilot wave, causes it to exhibit behaviors previously thought to be peculiar to elementary particles — including behaviors seen as evidence that these particles are spread through space like waves, without any specific location, until they are measured.
Now at last, pilot-wave theory may be experiencing a minor comeback — at least, among fluid dynamicists. “I wish that the people who were developing quantum mechanics at the beginning of last century had access to these experiments,” Milewski said. “Because then the whole history of quantum mechanics might be different.”
The experiments began a decade ago, when Yves Couder and colleagues at Paris Diderot University discovered that vibrating a silicon oil bath up and down at a particular frequency can induce a droplet to bounce along the surface. The droplet’s path, they found, was guided by the slanted contours of the liquid’s surface generated from the droplet’s own bounces — a mutual particle-wave interaction analogous to de Broglie’s pilot-wave concept.
In a groundbreaking experiment, the Paris researchers used the droplet setup to demonstrate single- and double-slit interference. They discovered that when a droplet bounces toward a pair of openings in a damlike barrier, it passes through only one slit or the other, while the pilot wave passes through both.
Repeated trials show that the overlapping wavefronts of the pilot wave steer the droplets to certain places and never to locations in between — an apparent replication of the interference pattern in the quantum double-slit experiment that Feynman described as “impossible … to explain in any classical way.” And just as measuring the trajectories of particles seems to “collapse” their simultaneous realities, disturbing the pilot wave in the bouncing-droplet experiment destroys the interference pattern.
Droplets can also seem to “tunnel” through barriers, orbit each other in stable “bound states,” and exhibit properties analogous to quantum spin and electromagnetic attraction. When confined to circular areas called corrals, they form concentric rings analogous to the standing waves generated by electrons in quantum corrals. They even annihilate with subsurface bubbles, an effect reminiscent of the mutual destruction of matter and antimatter particles.
In each test, the droplet wends a chaotic path that, over time, builds up the same statistical distribution in the fluid system as that expected of particles at the quantum scale. But rather than resulting from indefiniteness or a lack of reality, these quantum-like effects are driven, according to the researchers, by “path memory.”
Every bounce of the droplet leaves a mark in the form of ripples, and these ripples chaotically but deterministically influence the droplet’s future bounces and lead to quantum-like statistical outcomes. The more path memory a given fluid exhibits — that is, the less its ripples dissipate — the crisper and more quantum-like the statistics become. “Memory generates chaos, which we need to get the right probabilities,” Couder explained. “We see path memory clearly in our system. It doesn’t necessarily mean it exists in quantum objects, it just suggests it would be possible.”
The quantum statistics are apparent even when the droplets are subjected to external forces. In one recent test, Couder and his colleagues placed a magnet at the center of their oil bath and observed a magnetic ferrofluid droplet. Like an electron occupying fixed energy levels around a nucleus, the bouncing droplet adopted a discrete set of stable orbits around the magnet, each characterized by a set energy level and angular momentum. The “quantization” of these properties into discrete packets is usually understood as a defining feature of the quantum realm.
If space and time behave like a superfluid, or a fluid that experiences no dissipation at all, then path memory could conceivably give rise to the strange quantum phenomenon of entanglement — what Einstein referred to as “spooky action at a distance.” When two particles become entangled, a measurement of the state of one instantly affects that of the other. The entanglement holds even if the two particles are light-years apart.
Is Quantum Mechanics Wrong?
Andrew Mount needs a bit of help
Since 1988, Andrew Mount has collaborated with innovators and entrepreneurs in the pursuit of new energy technology. His apprenticeship with physicist Bruce DePalma (depalma.pair.com) informed an awareness of the looming ecological crisis and whole-systems solutions that address it. One of the key components of his philosophy is the need for greater social responsibility in the commercial sector. Andrew is a Youth Minister and advocate of a humanitarian renaissance. He is also Trustee of DePalma Institute, a New Zealand Trust.
Andrew’s targets are $300 for a phone replacement, $250 to fix his laptop, and $500 to catch up on his rent. I added a bit extra to the target to cover the fees, that said - if the “target” has been reached don’t let that stop you making a donation if you feel so inclined. There’s no ceiling, and I’m sure any extra raised will be put to good use by Andrew as he builds his business, builds community, and supports his family!
Please! Help me do for Andrew what I could not do alone. Let us each contribute a little, so that together we can make a whole lot of difference and get Andrew back on track!
I met Andrew and the late Bruce Depalma years ago and Andrew and I emailed a few times. I think he's an alright guy who needs some help, so if you know him, even if you don't, please consider helping him. The gofundme plea doesn't include paypal so Andrew wrote me to send any donation to his wifes paypal account at; email@example.com
Please spread this appeal around because many people in the alt science field know Andrew and of his good works and they might like to send a few bucks to help bale him out. Thanks! - JWD
Andrew Mount needs a bit of help
Funniest Game Show moments
Funny Game Show Bloopers, These Are the Best I have Ever Seen! Wheel of Fortune Bloopers Videos. Some of the hilarious jokes;
Name a type of Bear. Contestant: A Papa Bear.
You are watching balls go back and forth at up to 160mph, name what sport. Joan Rivers: A jogger.
If a man falls overboard, you yell, 'Man Overboard'. If a woman falls overboard what should you yell. Paul Lynde: Full Speed Ahead.
Funniest Game Show moments
New Treatment Stops Type II Diabetes
In the photo, liver tissue of obese animals with type 2 diabetes, unhealthy, fat-filled cells are prolific (small white cells, panel A). After chronic treatment through FGF1 injections, the liver cells successfully lose fat and absorb sugar from the bloodstream (small purple cells, panel B) and more closely resemble cells of normal, non-diabetic animals.
Researchers have found that an injection of protein FGF1 stops weight induced diabetes in mice, with no apparent side effects. However, the cure only lasts 2 days at a time.
Future research and human trials are needed to better understand and create a working drug.
From the story: "The team found that sustained treatment with the protein doesn't merely keep blood sugar under control, but also reverses insulin insensitivity, the underlying physiological cause of diabetes. Equally exciting, the newly developed treatment doesn't result in side effects common to most current diabetes treatments."
Type 2 diabetes, which can be brought on by excess weight and inactivity, has skyrocketed over the past few decades in the United States and around the world. Almost 30 million Americans are estimated to have the disease, where glucose builds up in the bloodstream because not enough sugar-carting insulin is produced or because cells have become insulin-resistant, ignoring signals to absorb sugar.
Chronic disease, diabetes can cause serious health problems and has no specific cure. Rather it is managed -- with varying levels of success -- through a combination of diet, exercise and pharmaceuticals.
Diabetes drugs currently on the market aim to boost insulin levels and reverse insulin resistance by changing expression levels of genes to lower glucose levels in the blood. But drugs, such as Byetta, which increase the body's production of insulin, can cause glucose levels to dip too low and lead to life-threatening hypoglycemia, as well as other side effects
New Treatment Stops Type II Diabetes
Mrs Watson's cousin, Lee, from the Kapiti Coast in New Zealand came up with the invention to help her husband manage his severe arthritis and many orders later, an arthritis educator asked for more to be made for other people with the condition.
The simple, inflatable cushion enables people to exercise their fingers and ankle joints while sitting down. "The Aircycle provides gentle, seated exercise without tiring activity.
"It is also helpful for reducing swollen ankles and cramps, for stroke rehabilitation, Parkinson's and diabetes foot care, sore feet and aching legs," Mrs Watson said.
"I love hearing great stories from grateful people. A man who couldn't walk far without his feet going numb said before long he could walk round the block and within a month he could walk to the pub and back."
Simple invention helps take pain out of arthritis
Scientists have developed a wearable device that reads magazines, books and menus out loud. The technology is produced by 3D printers and fits like a ring on the users finger.
The FingerReader system is the work of developers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who are trying to improve immediate access to printed words for people whose vision is impaired.
The device has a camera attached that scans the text. A synthesized voice reads those words aloud! A sample of the audio output can be found here.
By all accounts, with this device reading could be as easy as pointing your finger. Special software tracks the finger movement, identifies words and processes the information.
According to the MIT Media Lab, the device has vibration motors that alert readers when they stray from the script. Although other optical readers are available, it is believed to be the first device to convert text into audio in real time.
Down the road, the FingerReader system could also be used to translate from one language to another as it’s reading. For now, the FingerReader is just a research prototype. But the makers say they may explore turning it into a product in the near future.
The Mexistim Polarity Cycler
For over 12 years now, I have slept over a 3 X 4 foot wirescreen which is connected to my Mexistim on my nightstand. I leave it on all the time using the included AC/DC adapter. It uses very little electricity.
It helps me get a deep, healing sleep and I think of it as 'health maintenance' because of all the effects listed below which I have noticed from using this device.
There are now three Mexistim versions, the K.I.S.S. (green) model which is a direct clone of the machine used on over 10,000 people, the Basic I (red) model which uses 3vdc to the screen switching at about 15 minute cycles and the Universal II (blue) model which offers 8 options allowing you to choose between 3vdc or 4.5vdc, 3 or 15 minute switching times (approximate) and other settings so you can try what works best for you.
1) Restful, sound sleep
..2) Increased red cell count
...3) Elimination of seasonal allergies
....4) Increased overall energy
.....5) No headaches
......6) No stomach pains or aches
.......7) No muscle pains
........8) Weight loss
.........9) Increase urination
.........10) Lighter color, less smelly urine
Now with free shipping to USA and Canada!
I wouldn't endorse or sell it if it didn't work for me and others who have reported their experiences. You can read more about the Mexistim units and buy one if you'd like at the following link. Thank you very much for your purchase! - JWD
- Mexistim Website
Keelynets' 25th Anniversary
It only happens once. Glad to still be here and pumping. Have had two close calls in the last two years so WHEW! Entering my geezerhood so falling apart, but working on reversing that with my demi-clone project.
It would 'seem' it should be 26 years but the fact is I started Keelynet on my birthday in July 1988 which is about 1/2 of a year...and 2014 is 1/2 so thats 1/2 + 1/2 + 24 = 25. Or more better 1989 to 2013 = 24 + 1/2 + 1/2 = 25.
See, I ain't crazy, just being fair about it.
I've been told many times that Keelynet was the first alternative science BBS and the first on the web. Don't know if thats true but nice to think so. Trailblazing and all that but the important thing is sharing info. So far none of it has resulted in world changing tech, but hope springs eternal!
History of Keelynet
Vanguard Sciences (sponsor of KeelyNet) was organized in December of 1986 in Dallas, Texas as an alternative means of communication with regard to the more science-based relationships of metaphysics and the paranormal.
Our original intent was to present public presentations in the form of lectures and workshops, perform basic research and practical development in various scientific and pseudo-scientific disciplines and provide regular meetings for anyone seeking to be actively involved in the study of the more unusual aspects of science.
For our first year, 1987, we sponsored a monthly lecture on a variety of topics. These lectures involved local and outside speakers who covered such topics as pyramids, dowsing, acupuncture, electromagnetic healing, Keely, alchemy, sonics in relation to planetary and astrological influences and other diverse subjects.
The 1st Keely Symposium was held on August 1st, 1987 at the Richardson Civic Center. It was at that conference that I announced my plan for an Alternative Science BBS to be called Keelynet and which would contain many Keely files as well as other material.
In 1988 we rented a 2.3 million volt Tesla coil and setup a show called ZAP DALLAS with our first shows running for March and April of 1988. We hoped to gain sponsors for our show for the Texas State Fair, but they all said it would be a huge insurance risk in case a child tried to shoot sparks off his fingers from an electrical outlet.
We had been discussing the Keelynet BBS as a form of mass communication with the ability to spread the word on Keely and our interests. I had been working on collecting files, acquiring and setting up the hardware and software with the result being the Keelynet BBS went online as planned on July 15th, 1988.
Toward the end of 1995, we had a hard drive crash on the BBS. By that time, Bill Beaty had coerced me to at least TRY the InterNet. Initially I signed on as a user with Netcom. It was interesting but I was often disappointed with the diatribes and useless information and negative opinions posted in the various newsgroups.
We have every intent to remain stable, active and involved in the fields of alternative science and not just go quietly into the night as so many have in the past and present. Most of this is because of discord in the membership, on the part of the organizers, or because they revolve primarily around making money.
By 1996, I decided it was time to start a KeelyNet website (with me as the owner/sysop), though very appreciative of the courtesy of Bill Beaty, Rene Mueller and David Jonsson as the KeelyNet mirrors. By this time, a presence was established for KeelyNet since all the files had headers. The keelynet.com domain name was purchased and a site was setup with Flash.Net as the virtual host provider. Since that time the website has been our primary method of communication and dialogue. Lots of other things have happened since then, but that is the gist of how Keelynet came to be. - JWD
History of Keelynet
Device reduces lawnmower air pollution by over 90%
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, running a new gas mower for one hour produces as much air pollution as would be generated by 11 typical automobiles being driven for the same amount of time.
Switching to an electric or reel mower is certainly one option, but for those applications where it's gotta be gasoline, a team of engineering students from the University of California, Riverside are developing another: an attachment that they claim reduces noxious emissions by over 90 percent.
Known as UCR NOx-Out, the device takes the form of an L-shaped stainless steel pipe, that replaces an existing mower's muffler. It cleans up the exhaust via a three-step process.
First, a stainless steel filter removes the bulk of the particulate matter. Next, a fine spray of urea is released into the exhaust stream. Finally, that urea reacts with a copper zeolite catalyst to convert the exhaust's nitrogen oxide and ammonia content into innocuous nitrogen gas and water, which are released into the air. That catalyst also converts the carbon monoxide into carbon dioxide.
The previous version of the device was reportedly shown to reduce carbon monoxide content by 87 percent, nitrogen oxides by 67 percent, and particulate matter by 44 percent. In the current version, the figure for particulate matter removal jumps to 93 percent.
Other improvements introduced by the most recent team include the longer-lasting steel filter (it was formerly made of quartz), a honeycomb-structured solid catalyst (which previously took the form of a powder that could get blown out), a less obtrusive one-piece design, and the addition of a noise-reducing muffler.
The device is about to be trialled on the lawnmowers used to maintain the campus grounds. Once commercialized in an estimated four to five years, it is estimated that NOx-Out should be available for about US$30. Dr. Tam tells us that an 8-oz (237-ml) container of urea should be good for approximately 10 to 13 weeks of use, in cases where an average-sized lawn is being mowed for around one hour per week.
Device reduces lawnmower air pollution by over 90%
Nikola Tesla was a multi-disciplinary genius. His discovery of the rotating magnetic field in 1882 lead to a series of US Patents in 1888, which gave us the AC electric power system still in use today. This one achievement earned him the honor of being called "The Man Who Invented the 20th Century".
But his research went way beyond what has found its way into everyday use. He is the recognized inventor of the brushless AC induction motor, radio, remote control by radio, super-conductivity, fluorescent lighting, the bladeless turbine engine and pump, the capacitor discharge ignition system for automobile engines, the mechanical oscillator, and dozens of other inventions.
But he also discovered that useful energy could be extracted from the heat of the ambient air, and that electric power in the form of Radiant Energy could be broadcast to everyone in the world through the ground.
This is precisely why no big organization never wants to see a cure for whatever they claim to be researching or they would have no reason to exist. Some of these are billion dollar companies. Dr. Beck is so correct when he said "A patient cured is a customer lost." And thats why we have big pharma and outrageous medical costs, everyone pushing pills and surgery to pay for all their high dollar tech.
Jerry Lewis fired from MDA for wanting to tell MS had a cure
"Flare" Pot That Cooks Food 40% Faster
Oxford University engineering professor Dr Thomas Povey just invented a new cooking pot that heats food 40% faster. The pot is made from cast aluminum, and it features fins that direct flames across the bottom and up the sides, capturing energy that would otherwise be wasted.
The pot is set to hit the market next month in the UK. "Povey specializes in the design of high-efficiency cooling systems for next-generation jet engines.
He is also an avid mountaineer and says that this invention was spurred by the long time it takes for water to reach a boil at high altitudes. He and a group of his students worked three years experimenting with different designs before they came up with one being marketed."
The “Flare Pan”, designed by Thomas Povey, is being manufactured and sold by Lakeland, a British kitchenware chain. It was introduced for sale Wednesday, but so far it seems to be available only in Britain, though it can be ordered through Lakeland’s website, with prices starting at about $85. Delivery won't begin until Aug. 25.
Made from cast aluminum and sporting a series of “fins” around the bottom of the pan, the Flare Pan “channels heat from the flame across the bottom and up the sides of the pan, resulting in highly efficient, even heat distribution,” according to a release from Isis Innovation, which licenses technology developed at Oxford.
“This means the pans heat up significantly more quickly and food cooks faster, saving time and using much less energy too.”
Povey says it’s all a simple matter of thermodynamics. “The problem with the current shape of the pan means a lot of the heat is dissipated into the air,” Povey told the Telegraph newspaper in Britain.
A world first, Flare® pans embrace the latest breakthrough FIN-X technology, developed in conjunction with Dr. Tom Povey, a real-life rocket scientist from Oxford University. Exceptionally effective on a gas hob, the uniquely-designed, high-performance stainless steel 'fins' channel heat from the flame across the bottom and up the sides of the pan, resulting in really efficient, even heat distribution. This means the pans heat up significantly quicker so food cooks faster, saving you time and using less energy too -- in fact, they cook about 44% faster than standard pans!
"Flare" Pot That Cooks Food 40% Faster
DoubleLine Capital founder Jeff Gundlach, considered one of the most influential people in the bond market, said the billionaire entrepreneur should focus on building the battery systems that power his luxury electric vehicles.
“If I was Elon Musk, I might go to all the other auto companies and say, ‘I’ll make you a deal, I’ll get out of the car business, but let’s set up a long-term deal on you buying my batteries,’” Gundlach said on Saturday in a radio interview with Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz.
Gundlach first suggested Tesla concentrate on batteries back in May, saying they "could be wildly transformational the way electricity and electromagnets were." Gundlach has suggested that Tesla is a better stock to own than Twitter. Last year, on the other hand, he declared he wouldn't buy Tesla stock, calling it "cultish."
Batteries could become the backbone of Tesla’s future business as the company urges rivals to use its technology and breaks ground on a planned "gigafactory."
The company has plans to build a “gigafactory,” which would be the biggest battery-making facility in history. At its peak, Tesla estimates it would create 500,000 lithium-ion packs a year] -- more than all batteries produced worldwide last year.
To Telsa motors, sell batteries, not cars
Printed diode can slurp power from phone signals
A group of Swedish researchers has created a printed diode that can use the radio output of a smartphone for power – and along the way has answered a long-standing question about how printed diodes work.
In this paper at PNAS, the researchers demonstrate a device created by printing a niobium silicide layer over a silicon paste. Its operating frequency, at 1.6 GHz, is far higher than previous similar efforts – and is fast enough to let the diode work with the kinds of frequencies used by mobile phone transmitters.
IEEE Spectrum also notes that other technologies seen as contenders for powering smart labels have cost or fabrication problems that make them impractical. For example, many organic semiconductors are printable, but either work at too low a frequency to operate with smartphone signals as the power source, or need to be deposited under a high vacuum. Nanoparticle semiconducting inks need high temperatures, which make them problematic to print onto clothing labels.
The 1.6 GHz Schottky diode took antimony-doped silicon crushed into particles between 100 nm and 1 micron printed onto an aluminium electrode. The niobium silicide particles were added on top, followed by a carbon electrode and a silver paste. The IEEE article notes that a “brief, mild” heat treatment is needed, but it can be carried out in the open air.
The university says PhD student Negar Sani and her collaborators now believe the printed diode uses tunnelling effects: “nano-thin films (1–2 nm) are formed around the micrometer-sized grains of silicon, where the current between anodes (aluminium) and cathodes (silver and carbon) pass through, but only in one direction”, the article states.
World's Largest LED Hydroponic Farm
This enormous indoor lettuce farm for example—the largest of its kind in the world—produces 10,000 heads a day in less space than a single American football field and could signal a sea change in how we get our greens.
This 25,000 square foot (roughly half a football field) indoor farm actually used to be a Sony semiconductor plant in Japan's Miyagi Prefecture. That is, until plant physiologist Shigeharu Shimamura set about converting it into the world's largest indoor farm illuminated by LED.
Using LED bulbs developed by GE, designed to produce the optimal wavelength of light that plants crave, Shimamura is able to accelerate plant growth by 250 percent. "What we need to do is not just setting up more days and nights," he said in a press release. "We want to achieve the best combination of photosynthesis during the day and breathing at night by controlling the lighting and the environment."
To that end, the farm uses 17,500 LED lights spread across 18 cultivation racks, each towering 16 levels high. Combined with tightly modulated temperature and humidity levels within the grow room, this system has already shown significant advantages over outdoor farms since coming online earlier this year: Produce waste has been cut from 50 percent of a harvest to just 10, productivity per square foot has increased 100 fold, and water usage has been slashed to just 1 percent of what a conventional farm would consume.
World's Largest LED Hydroponic Farm