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    11/29/12 - Finding a Crowdsourced Cure For Brain Cancer
    "Salvatore Iaconesi, a software engineer at La Sapienza University of Rome, writes that when he was recently diagnosed with brain cancer, his first idea was to seek other opinions.

    He immediately asked for his clinical records in digital format, converted the data into spreadsheets, databases, and metadata files, and published them on the web site called The Cure.

    'The responses have been incredible. More than 200,000 people have visited the site and many have provided videos, poems, medical opinions, suggestions of alternative cures or lifestyles, personal stories of success or, sadly, failures — and simply the statement, "I am here."

    Among them were more than 90 doctors and researchers who offered information and support.' The geneticist and TED fellow Jimmy Lin has offered to sequence the genome of Iaconesi's tumor after surgery, and within one day Iaconesi heard from two different doctors who recommended similar kinds of 'awake surgery,' where the brain is monitored in real time as different parts are touched.

    A brain map is produced and used during a second surgery. 'We are creating a cure by uniting the contributions of surgeons, homeopaths, oncologists, Chinese doctors, nutritionists and spiritual healers. The active participation of everyone involved — both experts and ex-patients — is naturally filtering out any damaging suggestion which might be proposed,' writes Iaconesi.

    'Send us videos, poems, images, audio or text that you see as relevant to a scenario in which art and creativity can help form a complete and ongoing cure. Or tell us, "I am here!" — alive and connected, ready to support a fellow human being.'"

    (Of course there is a 98% cure rate using powdered radium mixed with superglue and applied to any tumor...dissolves in about a month and never comes back. - JWD) - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/29/12 - Nanoparticles Make Steam without Bringing Water to a Boil
    Now researchers at Rice University have found a shortcut. Using light-absorbing nanoparticles suspended in water, the group was able to turn the water molecules surrounding the nanoparticles into steam while scarcely raising the temperature of the remaining water. The trick could dramatically reduce the cost of many steam-reliant processes.

    The Rice team used a Fresnel lens to focus sunlight on a small tube of water containing high concentrations of nanoparticles suspended in the fluid.

    The water, which had been cooled to near freezing, began generating steam within five to 20 seconds, depending on the type of nanoparticles used.

    Changes in temperature, pressure, and mass revealed that 82 percent of the sunlight absorbed by the nanoparticles went directly to generating steam while only 18 percent went to heating water.

    “It’s a new way to make steam without boiling water,” says Naomi Halas, director of the Laboratory for Nanophotonics at Rice University. Halas says that the work “opens up a lot of interesting doors in terms of what you can use steam for.”

    n the current study, Halas and colleagues used nanoparticles optimized to absorb the widest possible spectrum of sunlight. When light hits the particles, their temperature quickly rises to well above 100 °C, the boiling point of water, causing surrounding water molecules to vaporize.

    Precisely how the particles and water molecules interact remains somewhat of a mystery. Conventional heat-transfer models suggest that the absorbed sunlight should dissipate into the surrounding fluid before causing any water to boil. “There seems to be some nanoscale thermal barrier, because it’s clearly making steam like crazy,” Halas says.

    The system devised by Halas and colleagues exhibited an efficiency of 24 percent in converting sunlight to steam. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/29/12 - Will entrepreneurship save the country?
    The U.S. economy is in a tough state, with mile-high deficits and slow growth in jobs. There are other countries that are pulling ahead, but some cling to the hope that startups and the spirit of entrepreneurship embodied in Silicon Valley could save the country. That’s one of the conclusions reached by a team of Harvard Business School professors who toured the valley this fall.

    The question is, “Can Entrepreneurship Save Us?” And the answer is always “Yes.” Provisionally. [laughs] One of the great strengths of the U.S. has been its ability to have smart people go out and try to find opportunities to feel like they can succeed, to be able to get early customers to buy products and services from startups, to be able to attract financial capital and human capital, and ultimately to be able to convert that human and financial capital into wealth. That’s been an important part of the process.

    And also, along the way, to be able to fail. In many countries failure is unacceptable — socially, morally, legally. In the U.S., as long as it’s not a moral failure, it’s a sign of experience. That is so fundamentally different from most of the world.

    The system is always at risk, because if the perception of opportunity declines, if people don’t see opportunities or companies grow more conservative and won’t buy from early-stage companies or you can’t get smart people to join your team or you can’t get access to financial capital or you can’t go public and remain independent or the prices you get when you do sell the company are modest, then the whole system actually freezes. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/29/12 - Engine breakthrough - from London to Sydney in less than five hours
    KeelyNet British experts yesterday unveiled an engine that promises to fly passengers from London to Sydney in under five hours at speeds of up to 4,000mph. The design created by engineers at Oxfordshire-based Reaction Engines can cool air entering an engine from 1,000C to -150C in a hundredth of a second – six times faster than the blink of an eye – without creating ice blockages.

    This allows the engine to run safely at much higher power than is currently possible without the risk overheating and breaking apart.

    The design – known as an air-breathing rocket engine and named Sabre – could power a new generation of Mach 5 passenger jets, called the Lapcat, dramatically cutting flying times.

    While normal long-haul passenger jets cruise at around 35,000ft, the Lapcat could fly as high as 92,000ft at speeds of up to 4,000mph.

    The cabin would be pressurised, so up to 300 travellers would enjoy the same conditions as those on a current jet. But due to the increased external pressures on the craft, it would be windowless.

    The engine has also been developed to work with Skylon, a new type of reusable space plane. This could reach an even higher speed than the passenger design, accelerating up to Mach 5.5 – 4,200mph at sea level and more than five times the speed of sound. Once out of the Earth’s atmosphere, it would then accelerate to Mach 25 to ascend into orbit.

    The craft would take off from a runway like a normal aircraft and have the ability to carry satellites into low Earth orbit. After landing, it could quickly be turned around for another launch.

    The engine burns hydrogen as fuel, and operates by sucking oxygen from the air. Only when outside the atmosphere would the engine switch to an onboard supply of oxygen, saving on weight and fuel costs.

    The global space market is worth £185 billion a year. Science minister David Willetts said: ‘This is a remarkable achievement for a remarkable company. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/29/12 - Pet dogs paralysed by spine damage are able to walk again
    Injecting cells from the dog’s nose into the injured part of his spine helped repair the damage. After the treatment, Jasper was able to move his previously paralysed hind legs and co-ordinate movement with his front limbs. The ten-year-old dog is now ‘whizzing around’ unassisted and can also swim.

    In the study, published in the journal Brain, scientists looked at 34 pet dogs with severe spinal injuries that left them unable to use their back legs to walk.

    Those injected with olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) from their noses showed a considerable improvement, moving previously paralysed limbs. Some also regained lost bowel and bladder control.

    A second group treated with a placebo showed no benefits.

    Previous research suggests OECs, which maintain the communication pathway between the nose and the brain, can help form a bridge between damaged and undamaged parts of the spine by regenerating nerve fibres.

    The latest study was the first conducted on animals at least 12 months after their spines were damaged in accidents. Scientists say this more closely resembles a scenario that would involve human patients.

    A year or more after their injuries, the animals were unable to use their back legs to walk and incapable of feeling pain in their hindquarters.

    Many of the dogs were dachshunds, which are especially prone to this type of injury. Unlike humans, dogs can suffer serious damage to their spinal cord just by having a slipped disc.

    One group of dogs had OECs taken from the lining of their own noses and injected into the injury site. Another was only injected with the liquid in which the cells were suspended.

    The trial was 'double blind', meaning that until the study ended neither the researchers nor the dog owners knew which animals had received the active treatment.

    Dogs were tested for neurological function at one month intervals and had their walking ability assessed on a treadmill.

    Significant improvement was seen in the dogs injected with OECs, but not those receiving the placebo treatment, according to the findings reported in the journal Brain.

    OEC-treated dogs moved previously paralysed hind limbs and co-ordinated the movement with that of their front legs.

    However, the researchers found that new nerve connections were only generated over short distances within the spinal cord. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/29/12 - Tropical citizens die 7.7 years sooner: study - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Pentagon eyes advanced EMP grenades - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Gondolas Could Be Next Great Urban Transportation Device - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Electric candle that runs on the heat from a real candle - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Personal cooling using a closed loop water system - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Five New Government-Backed Energy Projects that Stand Out - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Anesthetic Removes from Procaine Convulsions (Jan, 1930) - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Spacemen to return to Earth on helicopters - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Stanislaw Burzynski, cancer doc, gets off on legal technicality - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Supreme Court Blocks Illinois Law Against Recording Police - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Hotel Keycard Lock Hack Gets Real In Texas - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - How Do We Program Moral Machines? - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Threats Posed By Technology - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Disappearing culture of the Yogis of Tibet - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Cloudbusting 'round the world - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - The Shot That Prevents Heart Attacks - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Japan unveils 310 mph 'floating' trains - Article Excerpt

    11/29/12 - Texans wild with 'secession fever,' bumper stickers everywhere - Article Excerpt


    11/25/12 - Joule Ringer 'extends' power - Incredible!
    Youtuber lasersaber shows a simple device called “Joule Ringer” that was first started and maintained by one or two 9V batteries then the device can power a CFL light with the batteries removed.

    It is so inspiring because extra energy can be drawn from such a simple Joule Ringer (some call it Joule Thief) to keep the CFL lighted up for so long.

    This means that energy collected from solar panels, wind turbines, etc. can be directly used to keep this type of “Joule Ringer” devices running for as long as we need it.

    On lasersaber’s webpage he shows a ring-type coils rather than a straight-rod-type of coils, . In the following video, he demonstrates the power of this ring-type Joule Ringer to run a total of 12 CFL lights.

    (Thanks to Paul/Pavlos for sharing this fascinating new material with all of us. I suggest you copy these videos while they are still available. Often things of interest 'disappear'. - JWD) - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/25/12 - Quick and easy personal evaporative cooler
    This quick and easy evaporative cooler might be just the thing the next time the air conditioning goes on the fritz.

    [Stephen] saw an eBay listing for a personal air conditioner that used a moist sponge and fan to send some cool relief your way. But he wanted to run his own test to see if it really did anything before laying down the cash.

    The idea is to run air past a moisture source. Some of the heat energy in the air is reduced through evaporation resulting in the exhaust air feeling a bit cooler. It’s the same concept used in swamp coolers (an evaporative type of air conditioning).

    To build his device [Stephen] grabbed a refrigerator deodorizer which uses a hinged plastic cage to hold a packet of baking soda.

    He attached a small PC fan to the cage, then inserted a damp sponge. This is so easy to put together you could hit the dollar store on your lunch break and have some relief for the second half of the work day. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    eBay - Mini Handheld Air Conditioner - $10.11

    eBay - Mini Fan Air Conditioner - $29.00


    11/25/12 - 14-year-old's prizewinning solar water purifier
    A 14-year-old New York student was named "America's Top Young Scientist" for inventing a solar-powered water jug that changes dirty water into purified drinking water.

    Deepika Kurup not only had to surpass 9 finalists in science and math to win $25,000 from Discovery Education and 3M, she persuaded the judges with a dynamic five-minute LIVE presentation about the plight of a billion poor people who have no access to clean drinking water. (This video features her winning presentation.)

    Her cost effective and sustainable water-purification system, which harnesses solar energy to disinfect contaminated water utilizes an innovative process designed to overcome current problems with portable purification. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/25/12 - Water Bottle Fills Itself From the Air
    KeelyNet "The Namib Desert Beetle generates water from water vapor via its shell, which has alternating hydrophilic and hydrophobic bumps which channel water droplets into its mouth.

    Scientists at MIT developed a self-filling water bottle using this technology, and have announced a contest for the best design of a countertop water-from-air generator."

    There are nearly four quadrillion gallons of water in the air, yet people all over the world are still thirsty. Scientists have been working to break into this untapped resource for over a decade, and are making some incredible breakthroughs.

    National Geographic describes the Namib Desert Beetle, also known as the stenocara, as a desert MacGyver. The stenocara is equipped with an armor like shell covered with bumps. The peak of each bump is hydrophilic, meaning that it attracts water. The slopes and valleys in between bumps are hydrophobic, meaning they repel water.

    The Namib Desert Beetle climbs atop a desert hill in the morning as a fog sweeps over the land. The stenocara angles its body into the wind and miniscule water droplets from the fog stick to the hydrophilic peaks and gradually form droplets. Once enough water has accumulated, the droplets roll effortlessly down the hydrophobic slopes directly into the insect’s mouth, sustaining its life in the normally inhospitable environment.

    Researchers are mimicking this natural trait to develop a bevy of important water harvesting platforms, including tent covers and roof tiles several times more effective at capturing H2O than the next most effective method. In the near future, it looks as if we’ll have water bottles that can capture drinkable water from the air as well.

    A company called NBD Nano is implementing this technology originally found only in nature into water bottles, with the hope that they’ll continually fill themselves while you’re on the go. In an interview with Public Radio International, we learn that the conceptual self-filling bottle can operate using a rechargeable battery or solar cell to speed-up accumulation and filter the water.

    NBD Nano co-founder Deckard Sorensen wants this green technology available in all walks of life; installing it on people, cars, homes and anything else you can imagine. Sorensen believes that in a climate with 75% humidity, his device can harvest “three liters per square meter per hour”. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/25/12 - 'Gravity Bubble Structure'
    KeelyNet Every now and then I get an interesting email worth sharing. In all the years I've had the singularity.gif image posted no one has shown a clue as to what it leads to except for this email I recieved a couple of days ago.

    It is the flow of this aether/zpe as one or more frequencies into matter, where it is REFLECTED FROM THE CENTER to phase conjugate with incoming aether/zpe as shown in this standing wave animation.

    Here are the emails;

    I stumbled across the gravity bubble structure on your site. The one with zero point inflow and neutral center radiation to form a standing wave.

    This location (the standing wave itself) operates as a screen holding us on location in the zero point aetheral wind (or in the neutral center radiation wind) (Premise).

    I am in agreement with the premise and am very interested in the discussion.

    The creation or formation of standing waves is typically the result of waves which are phase shifted or which are harmonic.

    The speeds and frequencies of the two flows are closely matched but one flow is a bit delayed prior to encountering the original space source (zero point) flow.

    The neutral center 'mirrored' flow is later to the standing wave (shifted in time) than is the original space flow.

    The amount of this shift is related to the valency (standing wave's) distance from the center and the time it takes for the mirrored particles being bounced back from the neutral center to the wave front (crust) of the created structure.

    It is however (the shift amount), related to the size of the bubble (the speed and frequency of both waves are duplicate to original).

    I theorize that the larger structures are made larger by the greater amount of time it takes for a standing wave to form from colliding particles/waves emanating (bouncing) from the neutral center to the wave front. Anti gravity devices are do-able based on this premise.

    To which I responded;

    So, you got it...very good. You might be interested in this page.

    I think it is my destiny to rediscover how to attenuate gravity in any mass. We can dim it like dimming a light or we can make a mass heavier or we can balance the push and pull to create equilibrium...ergo a standing wave that repels the penetration of aether/zpe into the mass neutral center.

    Just as Keely said...push, pull, balance...

    Phase conjugation, standing waves, solitons, all fascinating subjects with incredible possibilities that few have yet to realize.

    You might also be interested in checking out the claims of the earth, in fact, all planetary bodies, being hollow...

    KeelyNetJust like the soliton animation you see, so too does each planet, including this earth, have the form of an egg shell where the incoming gravity waves (gravity is a push, not a pull) strikes the neutral center which acts as a mirror to reflect it back on itself and where gravity cancels (midway between the shell/crust) to allow the accumulation of matter.

    When putting all of this together, it gives us major clues as to how to design an experiment to control gravity.

    Thanks for writing...

    The Neutral Centre can best be visualized as a drain through which Aether continually flows. The volume of the Aetheric flows throughout a structure are determined by the size of the Neutral Centre opening, exactly like increasing or decreasing the size of the drain in a tank of water.

    Control of the flow of Aether through this drain therefore determines the density and weight of a mass aggregation. The character, signature or virtual state pattern of the mass aggregation determines the nature of the interferences which present themselves to the flow of Aether into the Neutral Centre.

    This mass nature not only determines what the elemental structure of a mass aggregation will be but also the properties exhibited. By altering the frequencies and phase relationships of a mass, we can change the weight, density and nature of the mass by reducing or increasing the Neutral Centre opening to the flow of Aether. Aether flow into a mass aggregate neutral center can effectively 'capture' other mass aggregations, causing them to be caught in the greater flow, to create what is called 'gravity'. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/25/12 - Levitating Monk - Is this Lung Gom Pa in Action?


    Magician Dan White meets up with a Buddhist monk, in Nepal, who has the power of levitation.

    Is there a connection between the candle arrangement focusing on the triangular center in the following video and the levitation of stones in Tibet in the 1920s?

    Levitation in Ancient Tibet:

    Research into ancient religions reveals many startling levitation effects. One of the most detailed and interesting of these have been recorded by a competent witness.

    A Swede, Dr. Jarl, who studied at Oxford became friends with a fellow student from Tibet. Several years later, in 1939, he was asked by his friend to go to Tibet to treat a high Lama. His Tibetan friend had risen to high rank at his Lamasery and Dr. Jarl was privileged to learn many things which most foreigners would never hear about.

    On one occasion, his friend took him to a meadow which was surrounded by high cliffs to the northwest. About 250 meters up the face of the cliff there was a hole which looked like the entrance to a cave. A rock wall was being built in front of the cave by Tibetan monks. Access to the cave could only be achieved from the top of the mountain. 250 meters from the face of the cliff, facing the cave, was a polished rock slab with a bowl shaped depression in it. A block of stone, 1.5 meters long by 1 meter wide and 1 meter high was lowered into the depression by a team of Yaks and monks.

    Monks with 19 musical instruments, consisting of 13 drums and 5 trumpets, were arranged in an arc of 90 degrees (see Figure 3) in front of the stone block. The instruments had the following measurements:

    (1). 8 drums were 1 meter diameter X 1.5 meters deep X 3mm sheet iron and weighed 150 kg.
    (2). 4 drums were 0.7 meter diameter X 1 meters deep
    (3). 1 drum was 0.2 meter diameter X 0.3 meters deep
    (4). All trumpets were 3.12 meters X 0.3 meters

    All the drums were open on one end, mounted on poles, and aimed at the block of stone. The drums were beat by monks using a big leather club.

    Behind each instrument was a row of monks. The monks started chanting and playing the musical instruments which lasted four minutes.

    When the sound reached a certain level the large block of stone placed in front of them, occupying the focal point of the monks formation, majestically floated into the air and arched up to the construction site on the mountain above them where receiving monks guided the large block into place. The flight path of the huge stone took about 3 minutes.

    This was not an isolated incident. The monks continued to perform this feat at the rate of 5 or 6 stones per hour. On occasion a stone was broken by the process which indicates that the sonic resonance forces are capable of destructive effects.

    Calculations reveal that the volume of the large drums are similar to the stone block volume. The medium drums are one third the volume of the large drum and the small drum is a 41th of the medium drum and 125th of the large drum.

    The exact volume of the large stone is not available; however, the harmonic relations of the drums implies it is about 1.5 cubic meters.

    As to the trumpets, their length, 3.12 meters, is not a good indicator of its sound. Most trumpets are flared at the end so part of the trumpet is more for sound amplification than its frequency component. So, if the wave length of the trumpet is some harmonic of about 3 meters, then the trumpet produces a sound which is the second harmonic of the large drums (i.e., 3 divided by 1.5 equals 2). Thus we see that the drums and trumpets are all harmonically tuned to the size of the stone being levitated.

    Another interesting aspect of this levitation demonstration is the small amount of power necessary to perform the levitation. The loudest tolerable sound pressure that a person can stand is approximately 280 dynes/cm2. From physics analysis this translates to about 0.000094 watts/cm2.


    Lung Gom Pa - excerpts from the book "With Mystics and Magicians in Tibet" by Alexandra David-Neel

    The man continued to advance towards us and his curious speed became more and more evident. What was to be done if he really was a lung-gom-pa ? I wanted to observe him at close quarters, I also wished to have a talk with him, to put him some questions, to photograph him. . . . I wanted many things. But at the very first words I said about it, the man who had recognized him as a lama lung-gom-pa exclaimed:

    "Your Reverence will not stop the lama, nor speak to him. This would certainly kill him. These lamas when travelling must not break their meditation. The god who is in them escapes if they cease to repeat the ngags (a mantra or Tibetan chant), and when thus leaving them before the proper time, he shakes them so hard that they die."

    By that time he had nearly reached us; I could clearly see his perfectly calm impassive face and wide-open eyes with their gaze fixed on some invisible far-distant object situated somewhere high up in space.

    The man did not run. He seemed to lift himself from the ground, proceeding by leaps. It looked as if he had been endowed with the elasticity of a ball and rebounded each tine his feet touched the ground.

    His steps had the regularity of a pendulum. He wore the usual monastic robe and toga, both rather ragged. His left hand gripped a fold of the toga and was half hidden under the cloth. The right held a phurba (magic dagger). His right arm moved slightly at each step as if leaning on a stick, just as though the phurba, whose pointed extremity was far above the ground, had touched it and were actually a support.

    However, our slow pace could not in any way be compared to that of the leaping lung-gom-pa, who seemed as if carried on wings.

    The student sits cross-legged on a large and thick cushion. He inhales slowly and for a long time, just as if he wanted to fill his body with air.

    Then, holding his breath, he jumps up with legs crossed, without using his hands and falls back on his cushion, still remaining in the same position. He repeats that exercise a number of times during each period of practice. Some lamas succeed in jumping very high in that way. Some women train themselves in the same manner.

    As one can easily believe the object of this exercise is not acrobatic jumping. According to Tibetans, the body of those who drill themselves for years, by that method, become exceedingly light; nearly without weight.

    These men, they say, are able to sit on an ear of barley without bending its stalk or to stand on the top of a heap of grain without displacing any of it. In fact the aim is levitation.

    We were travelling in a forest, Yongden and I walking ahead of our servants and beasts, when at the turning of the path, we came upon a naked man with iron chains rolled all round his body.

    He was seated on a rock and seemed so deeply buried in thoughts that he had not heard us coming. We stopped, astonished, but he must have suddenly become aware of our presence, for after gazing at us a moment, he jumped up and threw himself into the thickets more quickly than a deer. For a while we heard the noise of the chains jingling on his body growing rapidly fainter and fainter, then all was silence again.

    "That man is a lung-gom-pa," said Yongden to me. "I have already seen one like him. They wear these chains to make themselves heavy, for through the practice of lung-gom, their bodies have become so light that they are always in danger of floating in the air."

    He was most unwilling to answer, but I managed to obtain some information which confirmed what I knew already. He had been told that sunset and clear nights were favourable conditions for the walker. He had also been advised to train himself by looking fixedly at the starry sky.

    Any clear night is deemed good for the training of beginners, but strong starlight is especially favourable. One is often advised to keep the eyes fixed on a particular star.

    This appears connected with hypnotic effects, and I have been told that among novices who train themselves in that way, some stop walking when "their" star sinks below the skyline or rises above their head. Others, on the contrary, do not notice its disappearance because, by the time that the star has passed out of sight, they have formed a subjective image of it which remains fixed before them.

    Referring to the use of peripheral vision for 'Nightwalking', the article states - In Magic and Mystery in Tibet, she describes her encounter with and investigation of Lung-gom-pas, Tibetan spiritual walkers of extraordinary ability. According to David-Neel, "The walker must neither speak, nor look from side to side. He must keep his eyes fixed on a single object and never allow this attention to be attracted by anything else.

    When the trance state has been reached, though normal consciousness is for the greater part suppressed, it remains sufficiently alive to keep the walker aware of the obstacles in his way and mindful of his direction and goal." - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    11/21/12 - Self-Taught Teen Prodigy From Sierra Leone Wows MIT Engineers
    What can you do with scrap metal, baking soda, and acid? If you're MacGyver, you probably blow something up, but if you're this kid from Sierra Leone, you power your family's home, set up your own radio station, and get a scholarship to MIT.

    Sierra Leone teen Kelvin Doe is visiting the U.S. as a guest of MIT.

    The 15-year-old is a self-taught engineer, who has never taken an engineering or electronics class. Combining scrap metal, baking soda and acid, he created a battery to power his family’s home. He also broadcasts news and music as DJ Focus on the radio, using an RF transmitter he created.

    15-Year-Old Kelvin Doe is an engineering whiz living in Sierra Leone who scours the trash bins for spare parts, which he uses to build batteries, generators and transmitters. Completely self-taught, Kelvin has created his own radio station where he broadcasts news and plays music under the moniker, DJ Focus.

    Kelvin became the youngest person in history to be invited to the "Visiting Practitioner's Program" at MIT. THNKR had exclusive access to Kelvin and his life-changing journey - experiencing the US for the first time, exploring incredible opportunities, contending with homesickness, and mapping out his future. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/21/12 - How to Measure Quantum Foam With a Tabletop Experiment
    Physicists thought they could never measure the foam-like structure of spacetime. Now one theoretical physicist says it can be done using a laser and a block of glass.

    The equations of general relativity are smooth, even at the tiniest scales. But in the early 1960s, the American physicist John Wheeler pointed out that in quantum mechanics, ordinary properties of spacetime, such as position, momentum and so on, have an uncertainty associated with them. That implies that spacetme must be uncertain as well. Wheeler famously described it as "quantum foam".

    Physicists would dearly love to study this foam but there's a problem. Spacetime only becomes foam-like on the tiniest scale, at so-called Planck lengths of 10^-35 metres or so.

    a fascinating idea from Jacob Bekenstein, a physicist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel. Bekenstein says he has worked out a way to measure the structure of spacetime on the Planck scale using a simple experiment involving little more than a block of glass and a laser.

    In essence, the experiment is straightforward. Bekenstein's goal is to move the block by a distance that is about equal to the Planck length. His method is simple: zap the block with a single photon.

    The photon carries a small amount of moment and consequently pushes the block as it enters the glass, giving it some momentum. As the photon leaves the block, the block comes to rest.

    So the result of the photon's passage is that it moves the block a small distance.

    Bekenstein's idea is that if this distance is smaller than the Planck length, then the block cannot move and the photon cannot pass through it.

    So the experiment involves measuring the number of photons that pass through the block. If the number is fewer than predicted by classical optics, then that proves the existence of quantum foam.

    In fact, by changing the momentum imparted by the photons, physicists ought to be able to measure the scale at which quantum foam effects kick in and perhaps quantify it other ways too.

    The beauty of this experiment is that it avoids all the usual problems of probing small length scales using quantum particles which themselves experience uncertainty in their position.

    Instead, Bekenstein's experiment relies on conservation of momentum and the change in position of the centre of mass of a macroscopic block of glass. He shows that this does not violate of the uncertainty principle. Indeed, the only measurement involved is a straightforward photon count.

    Best of all, this experiment requires no device more exotic than a laser and a fridge (the block has to be cooled to close to zero to minimise thermal perturbations). Nothing about it is beyond the state of the art. Indeed, the test could be performed today on a tabletop in a well-equipped lab.

    That's not to say it will be easy. Bekenstein is a big cheese in the world of theoretical physics but colleagues will want to be sure that his argument is water tight before embarking on such an experiment.

    If it is, then Bekenstein’s table top experiment could be up and running in the very near future offering the first potential glimpse of quantum foam. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/21/12 - Build, Make, Hack, Grow - This is how we change the World
    KeelyNet Free energy, gravity control, rejuvenation and all the 'lesser' inventions will change the world by sharing with others how to build a proof of principle prototype which can be scaled up for more power.

    Our maker this week is Isaiah Saxon (@isaiah_saxon_). He's the co-founder of DIY.org, an organization that encourages kids to make stuff and is a film director at Encyclopedia Pictura, which has made videos for the musician Bjork and others. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/21/12 - Robots to feed entire mankind
    It is no secret that massive introduction of robots in manufacturing is inhibited not by the imperfection of these machines, but quite another reason. Indeed, robots can easily replace assembly line and construction sites workers, as well as cleaners in offices and in the streets, drivers of public transport, and even traffic wardens. Most human activities are a fixed sequence of very simple actions, and robots are capable of performing these actions.

    Replacing people with robots is not happening because it would lead to severe unemployment. If machines dominate in all areas of activity, this would be very difficult to do. Of course, some of the workers who lost they jobs to robots will be able to re-qualify, for example, into technicians engaged in robots repair, but only few of them will be in demand.

    However, one area where robots would not cause any problems is agriculture. Now the number of people producing food is rapidly declining. This process is particularly obvious in Europe, North and South America, East Asia, and Russia, as increasingly more farmers are moving to cities. As a result, the volume of food production is reduced, and it has to be imported.

    The idea of ??"smart" technology for farming is not new. In Europe and America machines are employed in the fields that use GPS and "talk" to plows and water sprinklers. For example, a weeding tool can "tell" a tractor that it is going too fast, or ask it to take a left. Not that long ago, an American corporation John Deere developed a harvester that at the right moment signals its tractor to unload grain. A German company released a pair of Fendt tractors where the first tractor is controlled manually, and the other one automatically repeats the action of the first one, which reduces the time a farmer spends in the field by half.

    However, experience has shown that these machines have some serious flaws. First, they are very heavy. Working in the fields, they trample down the soil, reducing its porosity and destroying useful forms of life, which consequently reduces yields. Soil compaction also increases its susceptibility to erosion, resulting in a flow of rain water. "Why do we plow? Mainly to eliminate the harm caused by heavy tractors. This operation takes up to 80 percent of energy required to cultivate the land," said Simon Blackmore of Harper Adams University (UK).

    This means that agricultural robots of the future should be light and strong at the same time. In addition, they should be able to navigate in space, understand what is in front of them, and help the farmer. These robots should be able to perform targeted actions, for example, a grain of wheat needs just one cubic centimeter of soil for growth. In order for it to grow, there is no need to plow cubic yards of soil and cover them with pesticides and herbicides - it will be sufficient to treat the very place where it grows. Humans could not do it, but a tireless robot could easily cope with the task. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/21/12 - Entrainment is Warp Drives Fatal Flaw
    KeelyNet It is exactly what NASA researchers suspect could happen after new analysis revealed a flaw in designs for a so-called 'warp drive' - the theoretical technology that would propel spaceships to speeds faster than light - could cause catastrophic explosions the moment intrepid space explorers reached their destination.

    Equations based on the laws of relativity have allowed warp speed in theory; but the energy required to make it happen would require the energy-mass of a planet the size of Jupiter.

    Recently scientists studying the model for a warp drive proposed by the Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre concluded its power requirements were not as impossible as once believed.

    Alcubierre's design features a ship made of a central pod surrounded by a large, flat ring - scientists are yet to establish what matter this ring would be made of, as it would need to be capable of bending the very fabric of the universe.

    Nonetheless they claim that, with enough energy, space and time can be bent to allow the spacecraft to travel through 'loops' in space.

    When activated, space behind the drive would expand while that in front of the drive would contract. In the meantime the ship would travel in a stable 'pocket', or 'bubble in space', according to extremetech.com.

    But the Australian research indicates that the high-energy particles that are constantly shooting around space could get swept up in the ship's warp field and become trapped in the 'bubble', with more and more of the particles filling the stable pocket the longer the journey lasts.

    While this would no affect the drive's ability to achieve warp speed, the instant it is disengaged that space-time gradient allowing it to move faster than light - and creating the bubble that holds the dangerous build-up of trapped particles - is gone.

    Researchers now believe those particles would be blasted out in front of the ship, destroying anything around it.

    In theory, a long trip powered by a warp drive could see entire planets vaporised upon arrival.

    A lack of ability to reach light speed travel places limitations on fantasies of exploring the stars.

    While nothing can break the speed of light, scientists have long been fascinated by theories surrounding warp-speed travel. - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    11/18/12 - Honda's "Micro Commuter" features swappable bodies


    The new version is close to production-ready (without the extreme aerodynamics of the initial prototype) and concentrates the battery and functionality of the micro EV below the floor, enabling the vehicle's body to be easily changed to accommodate different functionality.

    Billed as a short distance EV commuter, the 100-inch long Honda Micro Commuter is a full six inches shorter than the smart fortwo's 's 106-inch length, and 20 percent narrower at 49 inches compared to the smart's 61.4 inches.

    The secret of the latest vehicle's energy frugality is it's extremely light weight. Whereas a smart fortwo ED (Electric Drive) has a weight of 870 kg, the Honda comes in at considerably less than half that weight (it's less than 400 kg but we don't know the exact figure), and is able to achieve similar performance to the the smart ED with a motor producing just 15kW, compared to the smart's 30kW.

    The Micro Commuter is built specifically for a new era though – it is designed to take one person and one passenger (or two children passengers) a maximum of 60 miles at a maximum of 50 mph. Those figures are realistically well within the range most people use in their commuting, but it will take some time for people to become accustomed to having just enough, instead of three or four times the power, weight and range required.

    Maybe it is possible to build a fully electric vehicle that will still offer a range of several hundred miles and a speed potential of three times the speed limit, but not at this time with currently available technologies. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/18/12 - Windmill in a gas pipe generates power
    Northeast Ohio inventor Ken Jackson demonstrated his green energy invention the "Geovolt" to a small crowd that gathered Thursday afternoon on the sidewalk at Warren's Courthouse Square.

    Jackson says the invention will convert the earth's geo-pressure given off in the natural gas drilling process into free energy by turning a turbine. The invention does not create any byproducts, thus its marketing as a "clean power solution."

    "I explain it like a windmill inside of a gas pipe," said Jackson.

    The Geovolt will be tested for the next few months, according to Jackson, before it is introduced on the national level. So far the invention has been well received in South America and Canada, but the difficult step will be gaining the cooperation of gas companies who he said are, "reluctant to work with green energy."

    The unit, with an estimated price tag of about $25,000, would pay for itself within three to four years, the inventor estimated. Still it would not be ideal for working on a residential level, said Jackson, because it requires a higher amount of gas pressure than a typical house receives.

    Local inventor Bob Jadloski of iDK Technologies introduced Jackson to the crowd. He hopes that the Niles-based iDK Technologies will be able to produce a monitoring module for the Geovolt to track the amount of energy being converted.

    Jadloski explained that the 25 KW Geovolt produces the equivalent amount of energy of a 20,000 square mile array of solar panels. For example, Jadloski said, if three or four Geovolts were used at V&M Star, "there would be enough energy to run all the lights in the building." - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/18/12 - Now pictures on the Internet can be faked
    We know it’s shopped, but we can’t tell because of the pixels. PhD student [Kevin Karsch] along with a few other friends will be presenting their methods to render objects into preexisting photos at SIGGRAPH Asia next month.

    The paper (PDF…) covers how [Kevin] et al. go about putting impossible objects into photos. The user first defines the geometry of the picture; legs of tables are defined and the table top is extruded from these legs. The lights are then defined by drawing a bounding box and with a little bit of algorithmic trickery, a 3D object is inserted into the scene.

    Comparing the results to the original picture is jaw-dropping. For us, photoshopping a bunch of billiard balls on a pool table would take hours, and it would never look quite right. [Kevin]‘s work for SIGGRAPH can do the whole scene in minutes and produces results we couldn’t dream of.

    There’s no downloadable software yet, but the algorithms are there. Check out the video demo of the techniques and results after the break. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/18/12 - Streamlined Scooter HAS TURBINE DRIVE (Apr, 1946)


    Ray Russell's engineering model has been clocked at 60 m.p.h., he says, and gets nearly 60 miles to a gallon of gasoline.

    Wheels, motor, and driving mechanism are completely enclosed in a tubular-steel frame that gives protection in case of a spill. All are covered by a light-gauge aluminum body that can be lifted off in 10 minutes for servicing and repairs. When the scooter reaches production, the frame may be tough aluminum alloy.

    The model shown in the accompanying photos has a 4-hp. engine under the seat connected by a flexible coupling to two oil pumps. A lever controls oil flow through a valve to one or both pumps to provide three speeds. On the rear wheel is a hydraulic motor. The tubing of the frame serves as an oil reservoir, and a 2-gal. gas tank behind the seat contains fuel for 100 miles.

    Another model is planned with a chain drive and centrifugal clutch. Operation of either chain or hydraulic drive requires no gear shift. Starting is done simply by opening the throttle and stopping by closing the throttle and applying the brakes.

    The two airplane-type wheels are extremely light magnesium die castings. They use four-ply tires 18" in diameter that absorb most of the road shock. Russell believes that tires of this type may eliminate the need for springs.

    An engine-driven generator provides current for the horn, the single sealed-beam headlight, and the taillight. The instrument panel includes a speedometer. A windshield of clear plastic may be attached to the motorcycle handlebars by means of an aluminum frame.

    With the motor mounted under the seat, plenty of leg room is provided under the aluminum hood. The rear deck has space for a luggage compartment or goods to be delivered, or it opens up to carry a passenger who will ride on a foam-rubber seat cushion like that in the driver’s seat. No paint finish is planned, for the highly polished aluminum body itself adds to the appearance of the cycle. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/18/12 - Band Uses Nuclear Isotopes To Make Music
    KeelyNet "Every second in your body, thousands of tiny isotopes are bursting with radioactive decay. And, all around you, imperceptible gamma rays explode in a brilliant but invisible lightshow. And they've just formed a live band. Yes, you read that correctly.

    But it's all for science: The Radioactive Orchestra 2.0 is part of a Swedish project to help us understand how low-energy radiation works, by showing the energy patterns of nuclear isotopes.

    Swedish musician Kristofer Hagbard conceived of the orchestra about a year ago and released an album last spring, but the new 2.0 version of 'the band' allows him to perform live in front of an audience.

    'This can be looked at as a piano for high energy photons, so every detection gives us a note,' Hagbard said. 'The musical instrument is as good as the gamma spectrometer we are using.'"

    (See how easy people are distracted...natural radioactivity in the body is WHY WE AGE AND DIE and the reason for my project to REJUVENATE the body. Alas, no one will fund me. - JWD) - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/18/12 - The Big Bang Theory Flash mob!
    The cast and crew of Big Bang Theory staged a surprise flash-mob choreographed dance production to "Call Me Maybe," surprising the show's execs and live audience. It's pretty amazing -- be sure and watch to the end for Sheldon's coda. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/18/12 - My Appreciation for a very kind reader
    KeelyNet I want to thank Jim H. for very kindly donating a Dell laptop to me for use with Keelynet when I'm out of the house.

    As he stated, it is 'his donation for the cause'.

    It is a nice little machine and I will abuse it appropriately in my never ending quest for new, old and novel information for Keelynetters. Thanks again Jim, I appreciate it very much! - personal comment - Permalink

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    11/14/12 - Jay Harman’s Lily Impeller
    KeelyNet Jay Harman’s Lily Impeller is a pump rotor in the shape of a lily, a revolutionary model nowadays used to propel boats, stir water and cool computers.

    Birds of prey can effortlessly circle in the sky without flapping their wings. An albatross can travel hundreds of miles with scarcely a beat of its wings. Hang gliders can do the same. They all ride on thermal air currents, created by reflected heat from the Earth below.

    The sun’s heat is absorbed in different ways by different surfaces. A forest, for example, absorbs more heat than rocks or sand. Nature dissipates this surface heat back into the upper atmosphere through spinning convection currents that form a vortex. Through this mechanism, temperatures and climates have remained stable for thousands of years.

    Pax Scientific, in San Rafael, California, has created a technology that mimics a convection current vortex that can cool the planet, thus mitigating global warming.

    Harman, 60, has spent almost 50 years observing natural vortices to find ways to improve the design of industrial products like fans and pumps. As far-fetched as the idea of a planetary vortex system may sound, he believes this solution is simply a logical career move.

    “All movement is radial,” he says. “There is no such thing as a straight line.” To prove his point, he says, lift one hand in front of you and inscribe a circle in the air with your finger. As you do this, the Earth is spinning on its axis and moving through space at 18.5 miles per second.

    The solar system as a whole is barreling through space at 137 miles per second. So by the time your circle is complete, you and the planet will have spiraled more than 137 miles through space. From that perspective, Harman says, “Your circle looks like an expanded, uncoiling spring that is more than 137 miles long.”

    The spiral is nature’s favorite form. All fluids and gases flow in spirals. Trees and plants grow in spirals. The blood in our veins circulates in spirals, just like the whirlpool that forms above the drain in a bathtub. The same spirals are visible in seashells, in rock formations, in the -patterns of rivers and tornadoes. Even when we force fluids to flow in straight lines, in water pipes or through stents in arteries, the residue left behind always forms spiraling shapes.

    All spirals follow the same geometric law, known as the Golden Proportion. The ratio among the radii of these spiraling circles—called phi, after the ancient Greek Phidias, designer of the Parthenon—remains constant. Phi, like pi, is an irrational number, meaning it cannot be fully calculated. Nevertheless, phi is essential to mathematics and physics. Leonardo da Vinci showed man’s phi proportions in his famous Vitruvian Man.

    “When the whole universe moves and grows according to the Golden Proportion, why is it that modern science is not studying the vortex?” Harman asks.

    The vortex hasn’t been a popular mechanism in industry. “Engineers don’t build to the geometry of the vortex,” Harman says. “The world is full of straight pipes, something nature never uses. This results in inefficiency, noise, wear and erosion.”

    Refrigeration and air-conditioning systems are about 25 percent energy efficient; the internal combustion engine is about 25 percent to 30 percent efficient; a cheap fan is about 6 percent efficient. A typical ship’s propeller does much better, about 45 percent to 60 percent efficient, not counting the terribly inefficient engine that turns it. “All are miracles of ingenuity,” Harman says, “but appallingly wasteful of energy.”

    Harman took it upon himself to change that. His biggest success so far is a vortex-inspired design to mix water in storage tanks to keep it suitable for drinking. Harman’s machine is so successful at keeping water fresh that reductions in the use of chemicals (such as chlorine) of 80 percent to 100 percent can be achieved. The shell-shaped device is about the size of an adult hand, uses 150 watts of power and can easily mix up to 7 million gallons of water in a single vortex. Pax is currently installing the mixer in drinking water facilities across the U.S.

    The success of the water mixer got Harman thinking about global warming. He realized that the principle of the water mixer and the planet’s cooling system are the same: Various layers (of water and air respectively) need to circulate constantly to dispose of contaminants, regulate temperature and ensure freshness. If a tiny machine can successfully mix millions of gallons of water, can a similar device be constructed to perform the same service for the atmosphere? Harman’s answer: Of course it can.

    Using computer modeling, researchers at Pax Scientific and Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, confirmed that an appropriately modified 747 aircraft engine could create a vortex that would regulate the atmosphere across an area six miles (10,000 meters) high and 31 miles (50 kilometers) wide.

    Strategically placed, a series of these vortices could redistribute heat and help combat climate change. “I imagine we would place one in the Himalayas,” Harman says, “to preserve glaciers that supply almost one-third of humanity’s drinking water. I have no doubt that this works. This is what nature does. We apply it and it works.” - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/14/12 - Liquid metal battery: Can we invent our way out of climate trouble?
    What if an inventor went on, say, The Colbert Report, and told the audience he had a neat solution for America's dependence on fossil fuels?

    That happened Monday night when Stephen Colbert invited MIT professor Donald Sadoway onto his show to talk about his new battery that can store wind and solar energy for a fraction of the cost of today's batteries.

    If his liquid metal battery can be commercialized successfully, it could be a game-changer by making renewable energy far more – (oh, wait, this is getting far too serious).

    Colbert: You say, like, new batteries can lead to world peace. How does the new battery lead to world peace?

    Sadoway: If you have batteries everywhere so that you can bring renewable sources of energy into the grid and use renewable sources of energy to power electric vehicles, then you're going to topple dictators. You're going to make things very, very different when the price of oil goes back to 20 dollars a barrel.

    That drew cheers from the crowd. Imagine! Cheers about tackling global warming, instead of guilt every time you turn the key in the ignition.

    Mr. Colbert didn't let Professor Sadoway get into details. But in a TEDTalk this past March, Sadoway laid out the science behind his invention and explained why it's important:

    "If we're going to get this country out of its current energy situation, we can't just conserve our way out, we can't just drill our way out, we can't bomb our way out. We're going to do it the old-fashioned American way. We're going to invent our way out, working together."

    Since building prototypes at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sadoway has formed a company, gotten investors, and is preparing to scale up his invention to see if it can work outside a laboratory setting.

    Is the liquid metal battery a breakthrough? Who knows? Does this solve global warming? Of course not.

    Those difficult conversations that climate scientists are calling for – government-to-citizen and government-to-government – still need to happen if we are to move toward a coordinated solution for climate change. - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    11/14/12 - Sail-inspired turbine promises cheaper wind energy
    The bladeless wind turbine, the Saphonian, named after the wind divinity that was worshipped by the ancient Carthaginians, also promises to be more environmentally friendly than existing wind turbines that produce noise and kill birds through their blade rotation.

    Instead of rotating blades, the Saphonian's sail-shaped body collects the kinetic energy of the wind, Anis Aouini, the Saphonian's inventor, told SciDev.Net.

    He explained that the resulting mechanical energy moves pistons which generate hydraulic pressure that can be stored in a hydraulic accumulator or converted into electricity.

    "This is not the first bladeless wind turbine, but we thought outside the box: the initial idea came from sails — the only human system that can capture and convert the bulk of the wind's power into mechanical energy," said Aouini.

    An average wind turbine captures only 30 to 40 per cent of the wind's kinetic energy, while the Saphonian can capture up to 80 per cent, according to Aouini.

    Hassine Labaied, chief executive of Saphon Energy, the start-up energy company established to get the turbine to market, said the Saphonian reduces the aerodynamic and mechanical energy losses associated with rotating-blade turbines.

    "Our second generation prototype is 2.3 times more efficient, and costs nearly half the price of its predecessors [conventional wind turbines]. It discards the most expensive components in a traditional wind turbine, which are the blades, hub and gearbox," said Labaied.

    Saphon Energy - The Zero-Blade Technology is largely inspired from the sailboat and is likely to increase the efficiency of the current wind power conversion devices.

    The blades are replaced by a sail-shaped body while both hub and gearbox are removed. Instead of spinning the blades' rotor, the wind is being harnessed by a sail which follows a non-rotational back and forth motion.

    Such movement follows a knot path and allows the conversion of the majority of the kinetic energy into mechanical energy (using pistons).

    The same is then converted to a hydraulic pressure that could either be stored (in hydraulic accumulator) or instantly converted to electricity via a hydraulic motor and a generator.

    Thanks to the aerodynamic shape of the Saphonian, the drag force becomes the driving force of the system while the lift force becomes almost nil. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/14/12 - Inventor’s new-wave swamp cooler a breath of fresh air
    KeelyNet Jon Harms’ quest for efficiency led him to invent the AerMist system, an air conditioner supercharger. He envisions people using it in homes and businesses – anywhere air conditioning is needed. He says his system can save people up to 20 percent on heating and cooling costs and has the ability to be portable.

    “It’s stunning,” Harms said of the cold-air system as he put a jacket on in his lab, a former deli between Rainbow Boulevard and Sahara Avenue. “I’m not saying it’s the next light bulb. I like to say, ‘I’m the first light bulb for improving ACs.’ That’s huge, because everyone has an AC in this town and in the southwest.”

    One product, the EcoDitioner, can boost the power of a quarter-ton air conditioner to the equivalent of a 2-ton unit. Running the EcoDitioner costs about 7 cents an hour, significantly less than a 2-ton unit, which costs 42 cents an hour. The system also uses less water than traditional evaporative coolers, known as swamp coolers.

    “It’s a swamp cooler without the swamp,” Harms said. “It’s so hyperefficient. Every ounce of water is used to cool.”

    Harms’ invention works by adding special ducts and ceramic rocks to traditional air conditioners. He invented both the cooling ducts and the rocks.

    The rocks trap moisture and cool air from the air conditioner, so when it is shut off, a booster continues to push cold air stored in the rocks into the rooms. That keeps the area cooler for longer periods of time than a traditional air conditioner, which only cools when running. The system also requires less energy than its conventional counterparts because the compressor doesn’t have to fire as frequently.

    “Your cycling time is longer,” said Harms, who added that the system works the same way for heating. “The biggest killer on the AC is the big old compressor.”

    The cost of the system varies but starts at around $2,000. It can be installed in a single day. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/14/12 - Pulsed Plasma Power (Tapping 'vacuum'-energy)
    Dr. Paulo Correa and Alexandra Correa made their first experimental breakthrough in 1986, when they discovered and isolated a self-triggered pulsed plasma discharge in the abnormal-glow discharge region (autogenous Pulsed Abnormal Glow Discharge, or aPAGD).

    The basic circuitry consists of a DC input section, a plasma reactor, and an output pulsed DC section. When properly tuned, the electrodynamically-sustained resonant state of plasma pulsation outputs more electric power than is input. Output pulses have reached >30 kW, with mean power inputs of 50 to 100W and mean outputs of 200 to 600W.

    The energy in excess of breakeven is the result of a resonance of the accelerated electron plasma with the local Massfree Energy Plenum, or so-called "vacuum state".

    This state of resonance permits the tapping of a New Source of Energy, in fact, a source of Massfree Electric Energy, first discovered by the Correas - who have identified its spectrum.

    The Converter system encompasses a secondary-battery-based environment for the extraction of plasma energy in excess of the input energy required to drive the converter.

    The Inverter solutions allow the operation of AC devices (motors, relays, transformers, etc) from the pulsed DC output of the aPAGD plasma device, with a minimum of circuitry and losses. Inverter-flywheel systems were also developed.

    The entire aPAGD technology has been ready for commercialization for well over ten years. Yet, despite the efforts of all at ABRI - and in particular the personal efforts of Dr. R. Silva, Dr. H. Aspden, Dr. E. Mallove, Mr. U. Soudak, Prof. A. Axelrad, Prof. H. Branover and still others, no sponsor has come forth to help this technology come to fruition.

    Ecologist movements have been silent on the technology. Politicians, governments and their granting agencies have refused to become involved unless total control is given to them.

    Yet, our Research Institute ploughed ahead. Working bench prototypes of the Converter System have been regularly employed in demonstrations given to interested parties who present the appropriate credentials.

    Full technical details of this project are described in the various patents, as well as in articles, papers and monographs accessible on-line or in various Journal venues (see aetherometry.com). ( via http://www.zpenergy.com ) - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/14/12 - Are you a genius inventor or a crackpot?
    Finding new, dramatic, and cost-effective improvements in how we source and use energy isn't easy. If it was we'd have already introduced dramatic changes in our power system, but it has proven itself to be incredibly resistant to change.

    Not that there's an absence of people trying to convince you that they've discovered the amazing answer to clean-up our emissions that will be incredibly cheap. Although they've always got one catch - it requires just a few million dollars now based on an assurance the payoffs will flood in later.

    These are the joys of dealing with inventors in the field of energy, although I have to say motor vehicles seem to be particularly heavily populated with misguided but well-intentioned tinkerers.

    Yet amongst the gunk there will be some gems hiding - great ideas that no one else has managed to dream up, or perhaps weren't able to properly pursue because of lack of time, lack of funding, lack of the right support or even lack of confidence.

    GE, through their Ecomagination challenge are hoping they might uncover some of those latent gems that need a bit of a push along to become a reality. GE has run these kind of competitions across the globe with past competitions focussed on large scale power and smart grid technologies, and residential home energy management, efficiency and generation.

    The winners from the Powering the Grid competition were a lightweight inflatable wind turbine; a technology that instantly de-ices wind turbine blades so they never slow or shut down; an intelligent water meter that can generate its own power; a cyber-secure network infrastructure that allows two-way communications grid monitoring and substation automation from wind and solar farms; and a technology solves short-circuiting and outages from overloaded electric grids by enabling precise control over their flow and power.

    In terms of the Powering the Home competition the winners were an air conditioning control system to regulate cooling depending on occupant behaviour, a business model for rolling-out off-grid stand-alone renewable power for developing countries, software that would analyse household energy usage data to provide customised energy saving suggestions, an electrochemical compressor and heat-pump system to provide cooling with 60 per cent less energy, and a high insulating window integrated with solar PV cells.

    Each of these ideas in isolation won't solve the climate change problem and steal newspaper headlines. But I suspect it's these little breakthroughs steadily accumulating, rather than one single big bang that will ultimately deliver us a completely emission free power supply that is also reliable and affordable. - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    11/11/12 - Back in the Saddle in Texas
    KeelyNet Made it home to Texas and loving it. Using my Sisters WIFI (til I get mine setup) and had problems getting emails to receive then send but figured it out, not thanks to tech support.

    Sure missed doing Keelynet but traveling and getting situated took time. Great to be with family and today with some nieces and nephews.

    So many great things about the states, clean, orderly, paved roads, great stores like Walmart with everything you could imagine and more, all at really low prices, plus all the fast food joints...Churches, Dominos, Whataburger, Sonic, Dairy Queen, you name it, I tried them all and pigged out! So tired of mescan food for now but it is good, just not all the time.

    I have lots of plans for Keelynet and might even be able to restart the Roundtables in Dallas once a month. Very exciting and I'll be working to do some amazing things over this next year. Thanks for sticking with Keelynet and telling your friends about it, always love carne fresca. - JWD - personal report - Permalink

    11/11/12 - Green's magnetic motor is Hamel Spinner from 1997
    That old faker....thats the Hamel Spinner that I got from Pierre Sinclair at a conference in Denver years ago and who got it from its originator, David Hamel in Canada. We posted many files on it after I proved it for myself...back from about 1995-1998 or so...here is one Bedini's Hamel Spinner.

    These people never give credit...it's bull about pleiadians...that was Billy Meiers spiel...Hamel never mentioned pleiades to my knowledge as at Hamel Story.

    All copying others and claiming it was 'given' or 'shown' to them by aliens or they invented it to try to make a name (and bucks) for themselves.

    They never mention it came from Keelynet and if we hadn't proven and posted it, who knows if it would ever have been widely known? What is with people who do this? Do they think no one has memory? - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/11/12 - Crushed Silicon Triples Life of Li-Ion Batteries In the Lab
    "Batteries rule everything around us, which makes breakthroughs a big deal. A research team at Rice says they have produced a nice jump: by using a crushed silicon anode in a lithium-ion battery, they claim to have nearly tripled the energy density of current li-ion designs.

    Engineer Sibani Lisa Biswal and research scientist Madhuri Thakur reported in Nature's Scientific Reports (it has yet to be published online) that by taking porous silicon and crushing it, they were able to dramatically decrease the volume required for anode material.

    Silicon has long been looked at as an anode material because it holds up to ten times more lithium ions than graphite, which is most commonly used commercially.

    But it's previously been difficult to create a silicon anode with enough surface area to cycle reliably. Silicon also expands when it's lithiated, making it harder to produce a dense anode material.

    After previously testing a porous silicon 'sponge,' the duo decided to try crushing the sponges to make them more compact.

    The result is a new battery design that holds a charge of 1,000 milliamp hours per gram through 600 tested charge cycles of two hours charging, two hours discharging. According to the team, current graphite anodes can only handle 350 mAh/g." - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/11/12 - African girls have created a pee-powered generator
    KeelyNet Here’s how it works:

    Urine is put into an electrolytic cell, which cracks the urea into nitrogen, water, and hydrogen.

    The hydrogen goes into a water filter for purification, which then gets pushed into the gas cylinder.

    The gas cylinder pushes hydrogen into a cylinder of liquid borax, which is used to remove the moisture from the hydrogen gas.

    This purified hydrogen gas is pushed into the generator.

    1 Liter of urine gives you 6 hours of electricity.

    If this doesn’t motivate you to go out and start thinking about how you can really make an impact, then I don’t know what will. (courtesy of Bert Pool - JWD) - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/11/12 - Massachusetts May Soon Change How the Nation Dies
    "Lewis M. Cohen reports that this Election Day, Massachusetts is poised to approve the Death With Dignity Act, a modernized, sanitized, politically palatable term that replaces the now-antiquated expression 'physician-assisted suicide.'

    Oregon's Death With Dignity Act has been in effect for the past 14 years, and the state of Washington followed suit with a similar law in 2008. But the Massachusetts ballot question has the potential to turn death with dignity from a legislative experiment into the new national norm, because the state is the home of America's leading medical publication (the New England Journal of Medicine), hospital (Massachusetts General), and four medical schools (Harvard, Boston University, University of Massachusetts, and Tufts).

    If the act passes in Massachusetts, other states that have previously had unsuccessful campaigns will certainly be emboldened to revisit this subject.

    The initiative would allow terminally ill patients with six months or less to live to request from their doctor a prescription for a lethal dose of a drug. Doctors do not have to offer the option at all, and patients must make three requests, two verbal and one written.

    They must self-administer the drug, which would be ingested. The patients must be deemed capable of making an informed decision. 'It's all about choice,' says George Eighmey, a key player in instituting the Oregon law, defending it against repeal and shepherding it into reality.

    'You decide. No one else can decide for you. No can can force you into it, coerce you into it or even suggest it to you unless you make a statement: "I don't want to live like this any more" or "I'm interested in that law out there, doctor, can you give me something to alleviate this pain and suffering."'" - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/11/12 - Solar Panel Breaks "Third of a Sun" Efficiency Barrier
    "Embattled photovoltaic solar power manufacturer Amonix announced on Tuesday that it has broken the solar module efficiency record, becoming the first manufacturer to convert more than a third of incoming light energy into electricity – a goal once branded 'one third of a sun' in a Department of Energy initiative.

    The Amonix module clocked an efficiency rating of 33.5 percent." - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    11/03/12 - Titus on Neverlution
    I could not resist posting this since my internet hasn't been shut off just yet. It's a hilarious conglomeration of commentaries of how we got to where we are and well worth the time it takes to watch it. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/01/12 - Last Update for a Week or So
    KeelyNet Well, getting closer to leaving Mexico to move back to my home in Texas. Friday I will turn in my internet boxes and finish putting many books, papers and other things I value in storage. My truck has a camper so not much space but enough to hold the essentials.

    I thought about trying to rent a Uhaul type trailer but it would invite problems going through northern Mexico so decided to just store what I can't take. Will come back in time or send someone to bring it to me.

    Can't believe I have so much stuff but hey, it's been 11 years here in hopes someone would either partner with me or loan me the money for any of my lab projects.

    Many emails wanting to fund me but none had money, always waiting for some pyramid scheme or trolling for free information but a few I think would have been good if they only had the money.

    I am continually appalled at the few of us who have the WILL, the knowledge, the energy, contacts and information to carry out the most incredible, world changing projects and people with money don't have the faith, or comprehension as to all the good they could instigate. Just so...

    To that end when I get back to Texas, I plan to work on getting subscribers for my Robochek Service after I've retuned it for only the USA. I have a provisional patent and two copyrights on it. I'd prefer to sell it outright for a few million and let someone else get filthy rich.

    I don't care about weatlh or fame, just security, some play money and a lab where I can work on all kinds of amazing experiments with invited associates who can work on their own ideas with all of us backing them up.

    Just do as much good with your life experiences as possible while you are HERE. I say this because I seriously nearly died in July 2012 so I am relishing life again.

    I might have another 10 years of life with energy and mind so need to get a move on. This will be my third major life change so have to make it count.

    There is a small dual building in my hometown for $30,000. I'd like to try to buy it and setup a physical presence for a Keelynet Study Center and Workshop where people can come read, copy or take notes for what they want, hang out or work in the shop on varous projects. It's not a big building but it's a start.

    So, don't give up on Keelynet, I'll be back, just doing a scan and checkdisk on my life, then a defragment to refresh everything...LOL...still have lots of archives with juicy information so check those out.

    The new format I adopted this year has permalinks and the old archives all are on one giant page for each month, sorry. Live and learn...more work for me but it's better for the future with permalinks.

    I'll be on the road for a few days for the long drive up to North Texas, then will be busy getting internet and all setup when I get there, so check back in every couple of days. Thanks - JWD @ Keelynet in Ixt (for now) - Permalink

    11/01/12 - Levitation induced by rotation of heavy mass


    With a centrifuge, a fast rotating massive disc with approx. 60.000 rpm, there is a hole through the centre, closed in a vacuum chamber in which it can rotate without air resistance.

    From above a test tube is placed in the centre of the disc, through an airtight thick perspex lid, in which a lead weight is tied with a cord to a beam scale in order to prove an effect in the centre of this massive disc.

    Measurement of the disc: 33 cm long, 15 cm high. The 5 gramm led-weight rises up 6 cm on the beam scale.

    This experiment shows, the higher the rotation, the more the lead weight rises. Also an electric-magnetic field increases around the disc.

    The discoverer of this effect, Andreas Fehlan, recently emailed me with an update providing his website, a popup video that you must click on his website that shows the actual experiment and a youtube link that explains it much better than the brief paper I posted on Keelynet back in 2001. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/01/12 - Wireless Power Over Distance: Just a Parlor Trick?
    "Companies like U.S.-based WiTricity and China-based 3DVOX Technology claim patents and products to wirelessly powering anything from many feet away — from smart phones and televisions to electric cars by using charging pads embedded in concrete.

    But more than one industry standards group promoting magnetic induction and short-distance resonance wireless charging say such technology is useless; Charging anything at distances greater than the diameter of a magnetic coil is an inefficient use of power.

    For example, Menno Treffers, chairman of the Wireless Power Consortium, says you can broadcast wireless power over six feet, but the charge received will be less than 10% of the source. WiTricity and 3DVOX, however, are fighting those claims with demonstrations showing their products are capable of resonating the majority of source power."

    "They were one of the first to showcase this resonance wireless power transfer, which offers greater distances between coils versus inductive charging, which requires tight coupling between transmitter and receiver," said Jason dePreaux, a principal analyst for the Power & Energy Group at IHS Research. "My impression of WiTricity is that they're keeping it very open [for the market]."

    To date, products on the market have been built around magnetic induction charging techniques, which require that a mobile device be in contact with a charging surface, such as a charging pad. The leading charging pad supplier has been Duracell's Powermat technology.

    Resonance charging like WiTrcity's allows an enabled device to be placed up to several feet away from a power source for charging.

    Resonance charging is based on the same transmitter/receiver coil technology as magnetic induction, but it transmits the power at a greater distance. So, for example, a mobile device could be charged when laid next to a laptop with resonance charging capability or, in the case of WiTricity, it could be charged from feet away. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/01/12 - The I-Ching and Time Wave Zero (History Channel)
    Will anything happen December 21st or 23rd of 2012 when we shift from Pisces to Aquarius? Will time collapse and start over? - Full Article Source - Permalink

    Go to 1:36:25 below for Timewave Zero details
    The Center of the Spiral

    11/01/12 - Directed Transpermia premise for Prometheus
    The secret is that the elite believe they are attaining godhood and are destined for the stars.

    Their ancient and occultic views are reflected in the dark themes of Prometheus, the very name of which hints at the quest for eternity and power among a group who think a divine right bestowed by a higher intelligence gives creedence to their meddling with the affairs of common man.

    From the Future - Weyland Industries was a British Industrial business that existed in the twenty-first century. Along with the Japanese Yutani organization, it was one of the antecedents to the Weyland-Yutani comglomerate corporation. Often referred to simply as "The Company".

    The eponymous Charles Bishop Weyland was the chairman of Weyland Industries during the early 21st Century - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/01/12 - Invisible Science and Messages from the Past
    Invisible Science - The Symbolist's Model of Ancient Egypt - A growing body of evidence is suggesting a missing chapter in human history. Symbolist author and Egyptologist John Anthony West explores evidence of a sophisticated science behind the unexplainable accomplishments of Ancient Egypt.

    Was Ancient Egypt the inheritor of a body of scientific and spiritual knowledge from an even earlier civilization?

    Author/Mathematician Michael S. Schneider discusses organic geometry and the role of the fibonacci number series in growing life.

    West then demonstrates the presence of the fibonacci series in the stages of construction of the temple of Karnak - also known as the "House of Life".

    Zero Point - Zero Point: Volume I - Messages from the Past. A full length independent documentary compilation from Vivid Pictures. This is the first volume of a 2-3 part series due out this year, consisting of excerpts from freely available information found online.

    Volume I - Messages from the Past features Graham Hancock, David Wilcock, Terrence McKenna and more, the film focuses on a hidden episode in human history, unlocking the secrets of the Precession of the Equnioxes and its significance.

    Zero Point uncovers the messages expressed through ancient monuments worldwide, examines various maps, monuments and artifacts which seem to reveal great secrets about the nature of time, our past and our future. It seems we are approaching a point in time known as the singularity, what does it all mean? How does it connect to Precession?

    We are missing a huge chunk of our history that could pave the way for a prosperous future, firstly we have to convince the masses that we are not the culmination of our culture, that we share a unique bond with the universe that cannot be understood until we grasp the practicalities of how certain monuments were constructed, why they were constructed and the message encoded in their construction.

    Going beyond the material we must also gain an understanding of ancient divinatory systems and how they can give us an insight into the physics of time itself, if time was the landscape that the ancients mapped then what were they trying to tell us? Be in little doubt, the message IS for us and we need to pay attention, for your consideration. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    11/01/12 - My Secret Experiment


    Do GOOD wherever and whenever you can. - JWD - I came to central Mexico in November 2001. It was sad to see the shores of the second largest lake in Mexico being reduced almost to a desert, so I figured I knew something about the matter and would try an experiment to help refill it.

    Back then, you had to drive or walk about a kilometer from the pier just to get to where the water began!

    For the next two years I had somewhat acclimated to this strange culture and spent part of my time studying the local weather patterns which included Guadalajara. Once I had an idea of the energy flows I had a local welder build my machine in 2003.

    I have photos showing empty skies and within five hours of operation, clouds had formed and it was raining lightly. These were taken a couple of months before the normal rainy season which is from about June 15th to October 15th. Because of the additional water from local dams, I didn't have confidence that my efforts were the sole cause of the lake recovery. So I wait until the energy flows weaken and desertification recurs, at that time I will again use my machine.

    I let the machine run non-stop for 3 months, with the idea of redirecting the energy flows for moisture (I am told by experts in this field that such changes in the natural energy flows that control weather can last from 5 up to 25 years), then took it apart. The rain wasn't continuous, but would rain every day or two, sometimes at night, sometimes during the day.

    During that period there were many comments on the news and from the locals on the unusually high volume of rain this area had received this year. Every year since, the area has received sufficient rainfall to keep the lake level high, which of course I attribute to the changed energy flows, but then, everyone knows this can't be TRUE!

    I was told by a friend not to say anything about it because farmers get to keep the land which is no longer covered by water. As a result there are fences and objects which were not removed when the lake level began refilling. My friend said some of the farmers might slit my throat if they thought I had anything to do with them losing their land due to the lake level rising. So I've not said anything about it for the past 7 years, only to friends and associates.

    Now that I'm moving back to Texas, I had a scrap metal guy come out and pick up the parts of my machine to reuse or whatever they do with scrap metal. The lake is going down again and I'm sure in a few years the water will again be far, far from the shoreline and pier. Maybe I'll come back then to help out and maybe get paid for it this time! - JWD - Full Article Source - Permalink

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