06/30/05 - Russian Pyramid Research claims
Gives a list of the varied effects and ends with this interesting observation; 'It is interesting that the results seem to show that increasing the height of the pyramid increases the quality of the results.' More Effects including behavior modification via crystals doped with pyramid energy?
06/30/05 - On detecting leylines and energy boundaries
A Ley line could be like a magnets field, it does no work until you cross it! A Ley line may never betray it's location without crossing it fast enough to induce a voltage into a large enough coil. 90 Hz might have indicated a specific line width. Dr. Hagens indicated that some lines could be miles across. From study of the Orb certain similarities could exist to the Ley lines. For example; The boundary of the Orb which separates the inside from our space on the outside has one interesting feature. You can pass through the boundary to the inside without even a slight whimper, but as you depart and re-enter our side a reaction occurs causing the Orb to vibrate over it's full surface area.
06/30/05 - 180MPG Prius hack
Prius Hack Cranks Mileage to 180 M.P.G. A startup near Los Angeles, California, called Energy Control Systems Engineering has created a system for tricking a Toyota Prius into delivered up to 180 miles per gallon in the city, and up to 100 miles per gallon on the freeway. The system involves extra batteries, which must be charged by the user, and a hack that tricks the Prius into thinking its batteries always have a full charge. The company plans to sell the hack via a company called Clean-Tech for about $12,000.
06/29/05 - Jagonline self-running motor/generator countdown for release!
The technology provides substantial mechanical power and/or electricity without the use of fossil fuels, hydrogen or hydrogen fuel cells, substantial batteries or any other outside recharging source (independent of the grid system).
These stand-alone, all-green (100% pollution free) power systems will establish a new standard in energy efficiency and bring economical energy- producing alternatives to the world market.
The systems can be adapted for powering all types of motorized products, even including the auto, trucking, RV, boating and golf cart industry in addition to delivering electrical energy for residential, commercial and agricultural markets. For example, electric motors currently consume over 50% of the energy produced daily by the utility companies within the United States. This technology can eliminate most, if not all, of that consumption. This in itself will reduce fossil fuel use significantly, thereby greatly helping to alleviate the world's dependence on oil. The systems are safe, clean, reliable, quiet, cool, easy-to-operate, long- lasting and emission-free. They can be manufactured in various sizes and power -- from a fraction of a horsepower rating to several thousand horsepower. Depending on use, it is estimated that the systems will last for 20-50 years.
06/28/05 - Effects of Global Warming killing many in Europe
Southern Europe was on heat wave alert faced with baking temperatures and drought conditions, two years after the heat claimed tens of thousands of lives across the continent. Governments in France, Portugal, Spain and Italy have rushed to put in place emergency measures to deal with the heat's worst effects, keen to show they have learned from a heat wave that caught them unawares in 2003, with Italy and France particularly hard-hit.
06/28/05 - Saline Cryonics
US scientists have succeeded in reviving the dogs after three hours of clinical death, paving the way for trials on humans within years. Pittsburgh's Safar Centre for Resuscitation Research has developed a technique in which subject's veins are drained of blood and filled with an ice-cold salt solution. The animals are considered scientifically dead, as they stop breathing and have no heartbeat or brain activity. But three hours later, their blood is replaced and the zombie dogs are brought back to life with an electric shock. During the procedure blood is replaced with saline solution at a few degrees above zero. The dogs' body temperature drops to only 7C, compared with the usual 37C, inducing a state of hypothermia before death. Although the animals are clinically dead, their tissues and organs are perfectly preserved. Damaged blood vessels and tissues can then be repaired via surgery. The dogs are brought back to life by returning the blood to their bodies,giving them 100 per cent oxygen and applying electric shocks to restart their hearts. Tests show they are perfectly normal, with no brain damage.
06/26/05 - Casimir aether/zpe force influences nanoscale devices
Their precise observations of this Casimir force could make life easier for nanotechnologists, whose tiny creations will be subject to its effects. "We have measured the Casimir force with greater accuracy than has ever before been achieved," said Fischbach, professor of physics in Purdue's College of Science. "Because this force can push small objects around, a clearer conception of its effects will be useful to the nanotech industry. Anyone creating a nanodevice will have to consider the Casimir force."
06/26/05 - Soaring energy prices negatively impacting worldwide industries
Energy prices appear to have reached a tipping point for many industrial users, as inflation outstrips companies' capacity to absorb higher costs by increasing the prices they charge consumers.
06/26/05 - Oil - one thing leads to another
Simulated oil meltdown shows U.S. economy's vulnerability
06/26/05 - the looming space travel and colonization industries
Still, the promise of big dollar markets for public space travel remains front and center. A study done by a think tank a few years ago underscored that fact. It reported that the overall space tourism market could generate revenues in excess of a billion dollars per year in about a decade-and-a-half from now. A big chunk of that cash is expected to come from suborbital space tourism.
06/21/05 - Cyrogenically tempered parts to increase mileage and durability
There is a man who fills up his tank once every two months. One tank of gas, literally, lasts him two months. He is freezing the price of gas by freezing something else. Hutchison tells us cryogenically tempering car parts has more benefits than just fuel efficiency. He freezes all of the brake rotors at a car dealership near his home in Missouri. It makes them last three to five times longer.
06/19/05 - Steve Jobs Commencement address
Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking.
06/19/05 - Moving to the Moon
Proser's new documentary, Gaia Selene, suggests that colonizing the moon isn't just a lark, but the best way to save humanity. The moon, the film argues, will provide the Earth with infinite clean, cheap energy. Our ailing globe will stabilize. Wealth and good fortune will spread throughout the planetary system.
06/19/05 - Invention Database website for inventors
an online application designed to help people create web entries about their project, help people find and learn about neat resources, and to help people manage group projects.
06/17/05 - Denying the Existence of Time
FINALLY, they are getting it right about time being caused by the 'flow' of gravity which is in turn due to a 'flow' of aether/zpe into mass. Time is relative to mass and energy, there is no ideal universal clock. As a concept, time cannot precede mass and energy, simply because the idea of time is reliant on the relative motions of celestial bodies.
Theoretical secondary wave detected from one wave impulse
The children of solitary waves, baby waves technically shouldn't exist. The energy in a solitary wave moves in one compact spurt, like the shockwave that powers Newton's Pendulum, a popular desktop ornament. By definition, the energy in these waves is supposed to travel intact and not be broken easily. While baby energy waves have existed in theory since 2001, many scientists thought they'd never be spotted. Even the researcher who predicted their existence in the first place had his doubts.
06/13/05 - Tilley Electric car for sale in 2005?
The Tilley Electric Vehicle (TEV) will be produced and is expected to be on sale to the general public in 2005. The 5 passenger, front wheel drive, total electric car (not a hybrid), will be a full size four door that is fully loaded. Power windows, heater, automatic transmission, Cassette player, radio, power seats and other items that are found on high grade cars. (See list of standard equipment on TEV)
06/08/05 - Australian Air Motor
"There is no other motor as good as ours, years of research and analysing other motors around the world gave me the confidence and obligation to say so. Obligation in the sense that people have been waiting for ages in relation to efficiency in order to take care of our environmental situation. 100% more efficiency than our competitor is a very serious claim and should not be confused with some kind of publicity stunt were the interest is purely to try and make money out of some ridiculous claim.
06/08/05 - Running a car on 50% alcohol and 50% water
Gent in Sacramento who has invested $1M of his own money and created a car that runs on 50% alcohol and 50% water? Check out 'Smart Plugs'.
06/08/05 - Running your house on Hydrogen
Green plants use energy from the sun to break water into hydrogen and oxygen, retaining the hydrogen to make plant tissue that becomes "the tomatoes, the strawberries, the roses, what have you," McAlister said. Similarly, Beaulieu's home will trap sunlight in solar panels and convert it to electricity. That electricity will run a washing machine-size appliance called an electrolyzer, which separates water into hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen will be trapped in high-pressure tanks and run through an electric generator, producing a clean electricity that keeps lights, computers, ceiling fans 'whatever the family needs humming.' "It works just like you use natural gas," said Beaulieu, 55, "but with no pollution."
06/08/05 - Korean Air Car
The engine, which powers a pneumatic-hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), works alongside an electric motor to create the power source. The system eliminates the need for fuel, making the PHEV pollution-free. Cheol-Seung Cho, of Energine Corporation, told CNN the system is controlled by a computer inside the car, which instructs the compressed-air engine and electric motor what to do. The compressed air drives the pistons, which turn the vehicle's wheels. The air is compressed using a small motor, powered by a 48-volt battery, which powers both the air compressor and the electric motor. Once compressed, the air is stored in a tank, Cho said. "The compressed air is used when the car needs a lot of energy, such as for starting up the car and acceleration. The electric motor comes to life once the car has gained normal cruising speed."
06/08/05 - Running a gasoline engine on hydrogen from water
The first process shown to us by Rothman Technologies uses water, salt, and an extremely inexpensive metal alloy. The gas that results from this process is pure hydrogen, a fuel that burns without the need for external oxygen and gives off no pollution whatsoever. The primary owner of Rothman Technologies is a man who holds about fifty Patents Pending on a variety of mechanical devices, chemical compounds, novelties, and fuels. But it is his invention for using a metal alloy to break down the water molecule that is of interest to us here.
South African car runs on water
"The amount of electricity consumed is no more than required to run one of the car's headlamps, but we can run a big Pontiac V8 fitted into a Volkswagen Kombi."
Hydrogen peroxide powered Chinese car
Hydrogen peroxide reacts with silver to produce oxygen and heat that can be used to propel a rocket, or a car.
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