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    September 2012 Archive

    09/29/12 - In praise of Small (and Cheap) Science
    I am a big fan of Small Science. In spite of the riches unearthed by Big Science in the fields of biology and physics during the last fifty years, historically speaking much of scientific progress has come from small groups or individuals working with relatively cheap equipment and resources.

    For instance consider discoveries like the structure of DNA, the structure of proteins, nuclear fission, the cosmic microwave background radiation and the transistor. All of these have been the beneficiaries of Small Science. Even in those cases where large organizations have supported these developments, the key findings themselves have come from small groups left alone to pursue their own interests. The work done by these groups benefited from a maximum of flexibility and a minimum of bureaucratic interference.

    There will always be endeavors which will require large, multidisciplinary organizations and billions of dollars in funding. But these facts also create a bias in the minds of young scientists just entering the game. The past success of Big Science makes it appear to young scientists that they need to necessarily do expensive science in order to be successful. Part of this belief does come from the era of big accelerator physics and high profile molecular biology as noted above.

    But we dont have to see far to realize that this belief is flawed and it has been demolished by physicists themselves; two years ago, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to scientists who produced graphene by peeling off layers of it from graphite using good old scotch tape. How many millions of dollars did it take to do this experiment?

    Fortunately there is hope on the horizon. Firstly, Big Science is constrained by its very size and nature. Especially in an increasingly poor funding environment, the fortunes of Big Science will wax and wane while Small Sciences will stay more or less constant.

    But the real revolution that will make it possible to sustain Small Science is the revolution in open-source science, crowdsourcing and crowdfunding. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/29/12 - Sugar Batteries Could Store 20% More Energy Than Li-Ions
    "Scientists at the Tokyo University of Science have developed a way to create sugar batteries that store 20% more energy than lithium-ion cells.

    Before it can be used as the anode in a sodium-ion battery, sucrose powder is turned into hard carbon powder by heating it to up to 1,500 degrees celsius in an oxygen-free oven."

    Not talking sugar straight out of the paper packet. Before it can be used as the anode in a sodium-ion battery, sucrose powder is turned into hard carbon powder by heating it to up to 1,500 degrees celsius in an oxygen-free oven.

    In reality, there are many raw materials that can be turned into carbon in a similar fashion, but the advantage to using sugar is that's it's practically an unlimited resource.

    Creating batteries from materials that are easily to replenish lowers the cost of manufacturing, and in turn the cost of devices.

    Furthermore, the researchers have found that these new source materials actually result in batteries with greater capacities. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/29/12 - Air Force ambitious Space Fence project


    The Space Fence is part of the Department of Defense's effort to better track and detect space objects which can consist of thousands of pieces of space debris as well as commercial and military satellite parts.

    Approximately 19,000 objects larger than 10 cm are known to exist, according to NASA. The Space Fence will replace the current VHF Air Force Space Surveillance System built in 1961.

    The Space Fence will use multiple S-band ground-based radars -- the exact number will depend on operational performance and design considerations -- that will permit detection, tracking and accurate measurement of orbiting space objects.

    The idea is that the Space Fence is going to be the most precise radar in the space situational surveillance network and the S-band capability will provide the highest accuracy in detecting even the smallest space objects, the Air Force stated.

    The Fence will have greater sensitivity, allowing it to detect, track and measure an object the size of a softball orbiting more than 1,200 miles in space. Because it is an uncued tracking system, it will provide evidence of satellite break-ups, collisions or unexpected maneuvers of satellites, the Air Force said.

    The Space Fence program, which will ultimately cost more than $3.5 billion, will be made up of a system of geographically dispersed ground-based sensors to provide timely assessment of space events. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/29/12 - Whirlydoodle Project Makes Fun, Spinning Things
    KeelyNet There you were, one evening in Ann Arbor, MI, looking at a bunch of crazy spinning pinwheel-type things on light poles that seemed to change speed, colors, and light patterns with each minor wind shift.

    You were seeing Whirlydoodles. Slashdot met Whirlydoodle creator Timothy Jones at the 2012 Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire and shot a quick video of him and his colorful "micro-electric wind turbine" in action. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/29/12 - Israeli water power that doesnt give a dam - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Water 'Rocketeer' hopes to fly to Catalina, set world record - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Second Sleep - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - How the Internet will (one day) transform government - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Training people to give personal info to anonymous machines - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Roll your own parabolic microphone - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Hybrid Off/On rocket engine uses acrylic as fuel - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Laser keeps UAVs flying indefinitely - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Make that old satellite dish cook all your meals - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Website dispels Myths about Learning Disabilities - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Placebo effect does not depend on conscious thoughts - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Electronics That Dissolve In the Body - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - First Mammals Observed Regenerating Tissue - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Electronic Spying By US Law Enforcement Rising Steeply - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Air Force Rejected $100,000 F-22 Fix As Too Expensive - Article Excerpt

    09/29/12 - Prof Calls for a Federal Law To Safeguard Digital Afterlives - Article Excerpt

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    09/26/12 - Turning a shipping container into a 3D printer
    KeelyNet Built inside a 20-foot shipping container placed on its end, the Kamermaker room maker in Dutch is one of the largest 3D printers weve ever seen. Able to print objects as big as 2 meter square and 3.5 meters high, the Kamermaker is designed to print huge objects including furniture, architectural elements, and even entire rooms.

    The Kamermaker is a collaboration between Architectburo DUS and Utilimaker and the result of wanting to build the worlds largest 3D printer pavilion. Built inside a stainless steel-clad shipping container, the Kamermaker features a scaled-up version of the X, Y, and Z axes youd find in any other 3D printer. The only change is a scaling up of current designs, allowing it to print small wind turbines covering its surface or, theoretically, a life-size TARDIS.

    Because using traditional plastic filament would be prohibitively expensive, the Utilimaker team chose to extrude plastic pellets on the fly as it is used. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/26/12 - Goodyear's 'On TheGo' Self Inflating Tire
    "When was the last time you checked your tire pressure? If you're scratching your head, you might want to put a set of Goodyear's new self-inflating tires on your ride.

    The company's Air Maintenance Technology was rolled out of the lab this week for debut at a car show in Germany. Commercial truckers will be the first to put the rubber to test, but a consumer version is in the works.

    A regulator in the tire senses when tire-inflation pressure drops below a pre-set point and opens to allow air flow into the pumping tube.

    As the tire rolls, deformation flattens the tube, pushing air through the tire to the inlet valve and then into the tire cavity. All this technology, in Goodyear's words, eliminates the need for 'external inflation pressure intervention.'" - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/26/12 - Horrific Atomic War - The Day After (TV 1983)
    The graphic & disturbing 1983 drama-sci fi television film about the effects of a devastating nuclear holocaust on small-town residents of eastern Kansas. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/26/12 - The missing link to renewable energy
    What's the key to using alternative energy, like solar and wind? Storage -- so we can have power on tap even when the sun's not out and the wind's not blowing.

    In this accessible, inspiring talk, Donald Sadoway takes to the blackboard to show us the future of large-scale batteries that store renewable energy.

    As he says: "We need to think about the problem differently. We need to think big. We need to think cheap." - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/26/12 - Signs of End Times OR Global Warming?
    New Possible Signs That The World Is Coming To An End!? (Dead Species, Global Warming, Strange Sounds Being Heard + More). - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/26/12 - On the cost of keeping very old men in prison - Article Excerpt

    09/26/12 - Scientists Speak Out Against Wasting Helium In Balloons - Article Excerpt

    09/26/12 - US Patent Office Seeks Aid To Spot Bogus Patent Claims - Article Excerpt

    09/26/12 - Toyota Abandons Plans For All-Electric Vehicle Rollout - Article Excerpt

    09/26/12 - Lab-Grown Leather Could Be a Reality In 5 Years - Article Excerpt

    09/26/12 - Beer Is Cheaper In the US Than Anywhere Else In the World - Article Excerpt

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    09/26/12 - Microsoft Pollutes To Avoid Fines - Article Excerpt

    09/26/12 - Road cleared for self-driving cars in California - Article Excerpt

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    09/26/12 - Tiny Bubbles Explain Puzzle about Light from Sound - Article Excerpt

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    09/23/12 - Open source brick machine: the evolution
    "Open Source Ecology is a social enterprise based in Missouri.

    We develop open source machines that can be made for a fraction of commercial costs, and share our designs on the Internet for free.

    We've just designed version 4.0 of our compressed earth brick press, the Liberator. With this machine, anyone can make solid, 'dirt cheap' structures from the earth beneath their feet.

    This linked video shows the evolution of the CEB press from 2007-2012." - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/23/12 - Mysteries at the Museum posts Keely Motor fraud!


    Now I don't want to preach so many do Tesla....but I think people who don't study the matter and only take surface information are throwing the baby out with the bathwater.

    The reason I say this is EVERYONE who debunks Keely then and now, have FAILED to duplicate his demonstrations using compressed air or hydraulics or any other known force.

    If it was a trick, you'd think someone would be able to present the same phenomena using whatever forces they are claiming...air, water, etc...

    But no one does and THAT to me is a significant favorable anomaly for any inventor who makes claims and does demonstrations.

    KeelyNet In Keelys early researches he worked with a vapor that had almost plasma like properties. He stored this vapor in a big metal sphere but as his understanding of the forces he was working with increased, he found other ways to release the pressures without using the vapor.

    It was at that time when the reporter visited Keely's shop to find him standing next to a hole in the wooden floor that revealed the earth underneath. On the side of this hole was this big iron sphere, which I believe was 3,000 pounds in weight...Here are the details of this interesting story and much more.

    "The sphere was estimated to weigh 6,625 pounds and have a bursting strength of 28,000 pounds per square inch."

    But the story said Keely invited the reporter to have a seat and watch. Keely had attached a wire around the equator of the sphere...this wire ran to a mechanical control panel.

    Keely made an adjustment on the control panel and this iron sphere rose into the air like a big balloon.

    Keely then pushed this floating iron ball over the hole...made another adjustment on the control panel and the sphere floated down into the hole to land with normal weight on the flat earth under the lab floor.

    Keely made another adjustment and the iron sphere GAINED WEIGHT AND SANK DOWN INTO THE EARTH...when it was deep enough, he switched off the control panel and the sphere regained its normal weight.

    Keely told the reporter he no longer needed this iron sphere so figured he'd just bury it under the lab. And thats what the debunkers found AFTER he died.

    After he died, is when the debunkers were too stupid to be able to figure out any of the machines Keely left...THATS when they debunked him and wrote him as a fraud in history.

    Anyone who monitors science and technology cannot help but see there are many modern discoveries which are EXACTLY what Keely did and demonstrated from about 1870 til his death in 1898. Check out Keely History.

    Going back to the floating iron sphere...I can imagine a device that resonantly couples to the neutral center of a mass....with basically three settings which Keelys machines are all based on....push, pull and balance.

    Push repels the zpe influx flowing into the neutral center to cause the mass weight to DECREASE.

    Pull opens up the neutral center to increase the zpe influx to cause the mass weight to INCREASE.

    Balance is where the push and pull energies CANCEL out so that the mass has no weight and floats like a balloon.

    All built into a mechanical tuning fork panel...I can see it. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/23/12 - How to Turn Your Scented Candles Into an Immense Fireball
    (This is an interesting demonstraion from youtube. It is provided for information purposes only and is NOT recommended to try.)

    Mr. Martino showing the Year 12 Physics class at Bossley Park High School the Wax Fireball Experiment.

    All it takes is a fire, a bucket, a few candles, some water, and - I cannot stress this enough - a giant space in which nothing whatsoever will burn.

    And make sure it's not just horizontal space. Ideally, you would get in a giant, non-flammable biodome for this, so that there is nothing above or around that can catch fire. And then bring a fire extinguisher anyway.

    Build a small fire and suspend a bucket over it. Chuck in a few candles and melt them.

    Eventually the wax will heat to the point where it catches fire. Throw in some water. The entire arrangement will go from a bit of flaming wax in a bucket to a giant pillar of fire.

    How did adding water manage to do that? Generally, water puts out a fire. It has to do with how candles burn. Although the string wick of a candle is obviously flammable, that's not what's burning.

    The wax gets drawn up the wick, catches fire, and disperses in the air. The tiny particles of wax that caught fire create a small ball of flame.

    Water is denser than wax, and so when you through it in the bucket, it will get under the melted wax. There it will be heated so quickly that it will evaporate, and expand rapidly into steam.

    As it expands it lifts the wax along with it. Now you've got a candle situation in macro. The water lifts a lot of tiny wax particles and spreads them around the air above the bucket. They all catch fire and suddenly there's a giant pillar of flaming wax particles. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/23/12 - Shoe GPS guides you with a click of your heels
    The shoes come with PC software and a USB cable, so that, once you have got home and tried your shoes on, you can then simply upload your home address, and from then on your shoes will tell you which way to walk.

    The GPS antenna is embedded in the heal of the left shoe, which also contains a ring of LEDs, which form a compass. The shoe meanwhile communicates wirelessly with the right shoe, which contains a progress bar, showing you how much further you need to stroll.

    These are not the only shoes coming out with GPS.

    Another pair aims to help Alzheimer's victims - a 200 pair with GPS which allows its wearers location to be accurately pinpointed.

    The GPS system, which is implanted in the heel of what appears to be a normal walking shoe, allows family members or carers to constantly monitor the wearer. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/23/12 - Imagineers visit with Maker Camp
    Maker Camp is a month-long virtual DIY camp put on by Maker Faire. Hundreds of teens participate and learn about science, technology, engineering, and math and how to put them together to make useful things. These lucky kids recent got a virtual field trip that included a tour of Walt Disney Imagineerings facilities and time with Imagineers like Bruce Vaughn.

    During the tour students and other viewers got a glimpse at some of the unique and innovative processes Imagineers use during the design phase of their projects. The fields of dimensional design (model-making, sculpting and rapid-prototyping), robotics design and programming, ride design, and previsualization (virtual experiences of yet-to-be-built attractions and facilities) were the main focus. At the end of the tour students were able to ask Bruce and other Imagineers a few questions. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/23/12 - Coil gun with parts pulled from an electric stapler - Article Excerpt

    09/23/12 - Could Japanese invention end tooth decay? - Article Excerpt

    09/23/12 - Wi-Fi Illness Claim Doesn't Impress New Mexico Court - Article Excerpt

    09/23/12 - Kitchen, Bath Units Speed Housing Program (Dec, 1942) - Article Excerpt

    09/23/12 - Medicare Bills Rise as Records Turn Electronic - Article Excerpt

    09/23/12 - Zero Recalls Electric Motorcycles that May Stall in Traffic - Article Excerpt

    09/23/12 - Cannabis Compound Stops Metastasis In Aggressive Cancers - Article Excerpt

    09/23/12 - Tax Credit in Doubt, Wind Power Industry Is Withering - Article Excerpt

    09/23/12 - Mexistim - Article Excerpt


    09/20/12 - Variable frequency laser using shaken ball bearings
    KeelyNet Lasers normally emit only one color, or frequency of light. This is true for laser pointers or the laser diodes in a DVD player. [Kevin] caught wind of state-of-the-art research into making variable wavelength lasers using shaken grains of metal and decided to build his own.

    When [Kevin] read a NewScientist blog post on building variable frequency lasers built with shaken metallic grains, he knew he had to build on. He dug up the arxiv article and realized the experimental setup was fairly simple and easily achievable with a bit of home engineering.

    [Kevin]s device works by taking thousands of small ball bearings and putting them in a small vial with Rodamine B laser dye. To vibrate the particles in the dye, [Kevin] mounted his container of dye and bearings on an audio speaker and used a frequency generator to shake the ball bearings.

    When a small 30mW green laser shines through the vial of ball bearings and dye, the laser changes color to a very bright yellow. By vibrating the vial at 35 to 45 Hz, [Kevin] can change the frequency, or color of the laser.

    [Kevin] can only alter the frequency of the laser by about 30 nm, or about the same color change as a reddish-orange and an orangish-yellow. Still, its pretty amazing that [Kevin] was able to do state-of-the-art physics research at home. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/20/12 - Searchable index of 350,000 US news broadcasts
    The Internet Archive has published TVNEWS, a searchable version of its index of 350,000 news broadcasts. Archive founder Brewster Kahle writes, "Today we launched a new service called TV News Search & Borrow.

    It lets you search through 350,000 news broadcasts to find programs that you may want to borrow for further research.

    The collection now contains 350,000 news programs collected over 3 years from national U.S. networks and stations in San Francisco and Washington D.C. The archive is updated with new broadcasts 24 hours after they are aired. Older materials are also being added.

    Use the index of searchable text and short, streamed clips to find programs to borrow on DVD-ROM or view at the Internet Archives library in San Francisco. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/20/12 - Free Energy at last?
    "An achievement that would have extraordinary energy and defense implications might be near at Sandia National Laboratories.

    The lab is testing a concept called MagLIF (Magnetized Liner Inertial Fusion), which uses magnetic fields and laser pre-heating in the quest for energetic fusion.

    A paper by Sandia researchers that was accepted for publication states that the Z-pinch driven MagLIF fusion could reach 'high-gain' fusion conditions, where the fusion energy released greatly exceeds (by more than 1,000 times) the energy supplied to the fuel." (And how many more billions will they waste trying to achieve this after several decades of momentous failures? - JWD) - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/20/12 - GM Maize Linked To Tumor Development
    "The first animal feeding trial studying the lifetime effects of exposure to Roundup tolerant GM maize, and Roundup, the world's best-selling weedkiller, shows that levels currently considered safe can cause tumors and multiple organ damage and lead to premature death in laboratory rats, according to research published online today by the scientific journal Food and Chemical Toxicology.

    ... Three groups were given Roundup in their drinking water, at three different levels consistent with exposure through the food chain from crops sprayed with the weedkiller: the mid level corresponded to the maximum level permitted in the US in some GM feed; the lowest corresponded to contamination found in some tap waters.

    Three groups were fed diets which contained different proportions of NK603 11%, 22% and 33%. Three groups were given both Roundup and NK603 at the same three dosages.

    The final control group was fed an equivalent diet with no Roundup or NK603 but containing 33% of equivalent non-GM maize." - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/20/12 - Is the Can Worse Than the Soda?
    "Since the 1960s, manufacturers have widely used the chemical bisphenol-A (BPA) in plastics and food packaging. Only recently, though, have scientists begun thoroughly looking into how the compound might affect human healthand what they've found has been a cause for concern.

    Starting in 2006, a series of studies, mostly in mice, indicated that the chemical might act as an endocrine disruptor (by mimicking the hormone estrogen), cause problems during development and potentially affect the reproductive system, reducing fertility.

    After a 2010 Food and Drug Administration report warned that the compound could pose an especially hazardous risk for fetuses, infants and young children, BPA-free water bottles and food containers started flying off the shelves.

    In July, the FDA banned the use of BPA in baby bottles and sippy cups, but the chemical is still present in aluminum cans, containers of baby formula and other packaging materials.

    Now comes another piece of data on a potential risk from BPA but in an area of health in which it has largely been overlooked: obesity.

    A study by researchers from New York University, published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association, looked at a sample of nearly 3,000 children and teens across the country and found a 'significant' link between the amount of BPA in their urine and the prevalence of obesity." - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/20/12 - Material Breaks Record For Turning Heat Into Electricity - Article Excerpt

    09/20/12 - 6 Ridiculous Lies You Believe About the Founding of America - Article Excerpt

    09/20/12 - Cause of many of Societies Ills - Article Excerpt

    09/20/12 - Papyrus refer to Jesus' Wife - Article Excerpt

    09/20/12 - $1 Added to the Economy, bama Added More Than $3 in Debt - Article Excerpt

    09/20/12 - Emails reveal Justice Dept. enlists Media Matters to spin press - Article Excerpt

    09/20/12 - Gasoline Prices More than Double Under bama: $1.84 to $3.85 - Article Excerpt

    09/20/12 - Peace Be Upon You - Article Excerpt


    09/17/12 - UK stays cautious over thorium as nuclear fuel
    The claim is dramatic: An alternative nuclear fuel that could offer a safer and more abundant alternative to the uranium that powers conventional reactors.

    That is what supporters have to say about thorium, a mildly radioactive element that occurs naturally, with reserves in Australia, the United States, Turkey, India, Brazil and Venezuela. Scientists promoting thorium as an alternative nuclear fuel believe it is a safer, more economical way of generating nuclear power than uranium. A new report out in the UK, however, begs to differ.

    Thorium's supporters have said that it does not yield weapons-grade waste the way uranium does. Its waste lasts for only a few hundred years, not the tens of thousands associated with uranium. (More specifically, they say the radioactivity of the resulting waste drops to safe levels after a few hundred years, whereas tens of thousands of years are required for current nuclear waste to cool off.)

    Scientists are actively pursuing thorium in the belief that thorium could be a game changer. In the US, Flibe Energy says that the company will develop small modular reactors based on liquid-fluoride thorium reactor (LFTR) technology.

    "Liquid-fluoride reactors operate at high temperature but not at high pressure because they use a chemically stable medium as the fuel and the coolant, making them much safer to operate than conventional reactors. Thorium is the only abundant nuclear fuel that can be efficiently utilized in a thermal-spectrum reactor and is uniquely chemically suited for use in a fluoride reactor." Anti-nuclear environmentalists argue, however, that thorium is still under their No Nuclear umbrella.

    Every nuclear reactor creates fission products that are radioactive materials to make energy. They argue that its reactors would be producing toxic byproducts and wastes. One such argument is that the fission materials produced from thorium are of a different spectrum to those from uranium-235, but include a number of dangerous-to-health alpha and beta emitters. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/17/12 - Tom Farmers gravity generator
    KeelyNet Hes invented a machine that he hopes will prove once and for all that gravity can join wind, solar and hydroelectric power as an alternative energy source.

    I've literally just invented a new category of energy, Farmer said. The cool thing is, it's all free. All of it.

    In Farmers gravity generator, a hollow weight is attached to a line that sinks in a liquid-filled pipe. The descending line spins a gear that generates electricity. When the weight hits the bottom, a small tube lets just enough air into the weight to float it back to the top, where it can sink again and generate more electricity.

    The issue in the past has been that it would take some sort of fuel or energy cost to lift the weight again. Farmers breakthrough is his idea that the compressed air used to fuel his gravity generator can be collected using everyday weight.

    His example was that you can put a hollow, speed bump-type rail at the entrance of a parking garage. Every car that drives over it depresses the bump, pushing air into a chamber, where it will later be used to fill the weight. The bump is reset by springs which, it is important to note, do not need to be fueled.

    Everything weighs something, and if it's going to move at some point or another, why not take advantage of the weight of that item, Farmer said. You can light your parking garage with just the cars going in and out. It's kind of cool once you wrap your head around it.

    Farmer said many people have been skeptical about his machines plausibility.

    When people hear my idea, they for some reason automatically think perpetual motion, he said. This is not perpetual motion. I need to point that out. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/17/12 - Cleaning Oil Spills With Magnets
    "After the BP oil disaster about two years ago in the Gulf of Mexico, I got the idea that if the oil were magnetic, we would be able to remove it with strong magnets and separate it from the water," Markus Zahn, a professor of electrical engineering, explains in an informational YouTube video posted this week by the university.

    Watching the video, which features Zahn and Shahriar Khushrushahi, an MIT postdoc who is the lead author of a paper that details the research behind this new clean-up technique, one can't help but think about how much of a difference this new method could have made in the aftermath of the Gulf Oil spill.

    Khushrushahi explains the shortcomings of other clean-up methods currently in use.

    "The current oil spill technology, like skimmers -- they're very good in calm waters but in choppy waters, their oil recovery efficiency is about 50 percent Our technology is supposed to improve that efficiency," Khushrushahi said, adding that the oil that is removed magnetically can be recovered and eventually used.

    Khushrushahi also said that unlike other clean up methods -- such as burning and allowing a water-oil mixture to slowly separate due to density differences -- this new technique would not exacerbate an already catastrophic environmental disaster and could be carried out quickly and continuously.

    In the video, Khushrushahi also explains how this new method would work in real life, essentially saying that magnetic and water-repellent nanoparticles that are attracted to oil would be mixed into an oil and water mixture, before the (now-magnetized) oil is separated from the water using powerful magnets. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/17/12 - Plug-in hybrid cuts gas costs
    KeelyNet The invention is the brainchild of Paul Martin, who formerly worked in the Engineering Technology Department at MTSU, and Perry.

    It fits 90 percent of cars produced, and will work for front-wheel and rear-wheel drive (vehicles), said Perry. It will double your mileage in town.

    Television journalist Bill Weir and the ABC News/Yahoo! News This Could Be Big Sept. 6 online collaboration rocketed Perrys plug-in hybrid retrofit kit motor project into another orbit of interest, according to MTSU News and Media Relations.

    Perry told Weir that he hoped the new assembly when commercially available could be purchased for $3,000. He added in the Skype interview that a person who could put brakes on a car could also install the hybrid retrofit kit. Perry envisions new cars could ultimately come with the hybrid retrofit kit option.

    Using MTSU student and professor brainpower and off-the-shelf materials a prototype has been developed with a 1994 Honda station wagon. The invention uses batteries and controllers, which are off-the-shelf items.

    The car gets 40 percent better mileage when the hybrid retrofit wheel/hub kit is engaged, he noted.

    DC brushless motors are used on each rear wheel of the car, said Charles Perry. The brushless motor is a very powerful and efficient motor and produces a tremendous amount of torque.

    Perry explains that three sensors sense the presence and polarity of a magnet on each rear wheel assembly and determine the position of rotor magnets to control the electric current going to magnets that cause the rotor magnet assembly to turn.

    Batteries are hooked in a series in the back of the vehicle to give 80 volts of power. A 110-volt charger is required to recharge the batteries.

    The space available in the volume between the brake structure and inner diameter of the rear wheel is not large enough to package an electric motor power for the highway, said Charles Perry.

    But use of the kit for short, local trips will help reduce the cost of gasoline.

    On any given day while driving in the United States, 80 percent of us drive 40 miles or less at 45 mph, Charles Perry said. There are 40 permanent magnets attached under the rotor of a '94 Honda Accord wagon as part of a plug-in hybrid retrofit kit, used to increase gas mileage. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/17/12 - NASA Temperature Data 1880-2011 World global climate change
    The global average surface temperature in 2011 was the ninth warmest since 1880.The finding sustains a trend that has seen the 21st century experience nine of the 10 warmest years in the modern meteorological record.

    NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York released an analysis of how temperatures around the globe in 2011 compared to the average global temperature from the mid-20th century.

    The comparison shows how Earth continues to experience higher temperatures than several decades ago. The average temperature around the globe in 2011 was 0.92 degrees F (0.51 C) higher than the mid-20th century baseline.

    In the first comprehensive satellite study of its kind, a University of Colorado Boulder-led team used NASA data to calculate how much Earth's melting land ice is adding to global sea level rise.

    This animation shows the average yearly change in mass, as measured by the NASA/German Aerospace Center Gravity Recovery And Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellite mission.

    The animation shows ice loss over Greenland and Antarctica, as measured in centimeters of water from 2003 to 2010. These two landmasses are covered with the largest land-based ice sheets in the world, and are the key sourcesof scientists' concern about future sea-level rise.

    Regions with large ice loss rates are denoted with the blue and purple colors. There are enormous ice loss rates over substantial regions of both ice sheets. A colorbar shows the range of values displayed. - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    09/14/12 - The Equilibrius Grid based on Coral Castle Code
    Lots of people pretending to make discoveries regarding Sacred Geometry equaling Magnetic Currents etc. and ancient knowledge revealed regarding the same .. well this was the first person to show it since 2004 .. and not just showing it ,

    but proving it with "real physical work". None of the others on you tube that pretend the work is theirs can show it. So now you can see who is an imposter of truths.

    Those imposters get many video views .. but they can't really achieve anything except making a decent movie.Copying subject matter..

    BUT People will follow it anyway .. which blows my mind . :)

    To me the people who create videos based on others discoveries and hard work pretending it's their own are quite pathetic. Courtesy Norm Wootan. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/14/12 - Free energy generating coil
    This is a free energy generator, demonstrated by me on a remote location. This video was shot at: 53.322062,6.206194 (insert in Google Maps), september 1th, 2012.

    I edited the last video down to a shorter one and zoomed in on the parts and details so it's easier to replicate for the viewers who like to build this machine for themselves.

    You see a handwound coil, a neodymium magnet from a harddrive, a multi-meter set at 0-20 Volt DC and a 9 Volt battery to test the motor. The magnet is glued to the coil at approx 4mm distance.

    I don't think it's a perpetuum mobile, the power has to come frome an external source. Maybe zero point? Voltage is stable, even under load, that's promising!

    Hi!? What about diameters and wire lenght? Thanks! - Wire length is about? 2,5 inches for the small coil and 7 inches for the larger coil. Wire diameter is 2.5mm2 (0,0032 inch2). Courtesy Bill Ward. - Full Article Source Permalink

    09/14/12 - Kapanadze Aquarium free energy device running 2KW heater load
    New Free Energy Video from the Kapanadze team. It seems that the english speaker has visited the Kapanadze team and could get a look at this great new device. This circuit built into an Aquarium seems to put out around 2 KWatts of constant power as it is claimed in the video. The device only needs one grounding wire.

    I have been given the go-ahead to open up. I was part of a team which tried to bring Kapanadze's technology to the West. The partners in the project are now going to fill you in on his scams. This device was rated at 2kw and ran for 4 and a half hours before the team left the premises. The device powered a 2 kw electric fire to full heat. I was not present but my partner was there in his son's house in Georgia... Courtesy Bill Ward. - Full Article Source Permalink

    09/14/12 - Driverless Highways
    KeelyNet While most people have been focusing on the driverless technology inside the vehicle itself, where noteworthy accomplishments seen to be happening on a daily basis, the shift will also cause huge changes to occur in areas like insurance, public policy, parking, delivery services, and especially highway engineering.

    Even though the art of road building has been continually improving since the Roman Empire first decided to make roads a permanent part of their infrastructure, highways today remain as little more than dumb surfaces with virtually no data flowing between the vehicles and the road itself. That is about to change, and heres why.

    Driverless technology will initially require a driver, and it will creep into everyday use much as airbags did. First as an expensive option for luxury cars, but eventually it will become a safety feature required by governments.

    The greatest benefits of this kind of automation wont be realized until the drivers hands are off the wheel. With over 2 million people involved in car accidents every year in the U.S., it wont take long for legislators to be convinced that driverless cars are a safer option.

    The privilege of driving is about to be redefined.

    Many aspects of driverless cars are overwhelmingly positive, such as saving lives and giving additional years of mobility to the aging senior population. However, it will also be a very disruptive technology.

    Driverless technologies will be blamed for destroying countless jobs truck drivers, taxi drivers, bus drivers, limo drivers, traffic cops, parking lot attendants, ambulance drivers, first responders, doctors, and nurses will all see their careers impacted.

    If done correctly, driverless vehicles may even deal a fatal blow to the auto insurance industry. In the same way people hail a cab, people in the future will use their mobile devices to summon a driverless vehicle whenever they need to travel. Without the cost of drivers, this type of transportation will be infinitely more affordable, for most, less than the cost of vehicle ownership.

    So rather than buying a car, and taking on all the liabilities of maintenance, upkeep, and insurance, consumers will simply purchase transportation whenever they need it.

    As the transition is made to driverless vehicles, the number of vehicles sold to individuals will begin to decline, and a growing percentage will be to large fleet operators offering the new transportation on-demand service.

    In response to declining car sales, the automotive industry will adopt a selling transportation model where, rather than selling cars to fleet operators, car companies will begin charging a nominal per-mile charge.

    Fleet operators will love the arrangement because there will be no large up-front purchase price, but instead, only a small monthly fee based on the number of miles driven.

    As the sale of cars begins to decline, the automobile industry will start to design and manufacture cars capable of driving over 1 million miles. By collecting a small per-mile fee over the life of a million-mile car, automobile manufacturers will have the potential of earning ten times as much, per vehicle, as they do today.

    This will mean all car parts and components will need to be designed more durable, longer-lasting than ever before. Both quality and design standards will be pushed to new levels. - Full Article Source Permalink

    09/14/12 - Invention to help old folk keep fuel bills low
    KeelyNet AS heating bills rise and winter looms, the founder of three heavyweight engineering firms has turned his attentions to helping elderly people keep warm.

    Dr Tony Trapp has been more accustomed to negotiating major contracts with the offshore and subsea industries through North East companies SMD, IHC Engineering and now OSBIT Power.

    But the plight of elderly people struggling to heat their homes due to rising energy costs has inspired the engineer and entrepreneur to revive an old idea.

    Trapp, who is also now managing director of Northumberland-based Trappeng, has developed Snuglin, a heated cushion that costs less than 1p an hour to run.

    He said: A huge number of people live in houses that are too cold and damp but they cant afford to heat them. Recent winters have been extremely cold and we know many people are vulnerable.

    You can sit in a chair and hold Snuglin on your lap or, even better, hug it close to you and you need never feel cold.

    Im not saying you would be able to turn the heating off all the time, but this a more direct way of keeping warm and offers very significant cost savings on domestic heating bills.

    Tests on Snuglin have proved it costs less than 1p an hour to run compared with 40p an hour for a standard three kilowatt electric fan heater. - Full Article Source Permalink

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    09/11/12 - Building Cheap Batteries to Circumvent the Grid


    Microgrids, which typically combine renewable energy, batteries, and conventional diesel generators to provide electricity around the clock, are bringing power to remote villages around the world that dont have access to the conventional grid. But theyre limited by the high cost and short lifetimes of batteries.

    Aquion, a startup based in Pittsburgh, is developing a battery that could be just as cheap as lead-acid batteriesthe cheapest available nowbut last two or three times as long, greatly lowering the lifetime cost of microgrids.

    Aquion is building test versions of its batteries at a small pilot-scale factory. It will start shipping these batterieswhich will be essentially the same as the final version of the batteryto customers next month. Technology Review got a look inside the factory to see how the new batteries are made.

    (For Technology Reviews initial coverage of Aquion, and more detail about the technology, see Battery to Take on Diesel and Natural Gas.)

    The company has said that it initially hopes to make batteries for under $300 per kilowatt-hour, far cheaper than conventional lithium-ion batteries.

    Lead-acid batteries can be cheaper than Aquion's, but they last only two or three years. Aquion's batteries, which can be recharged 5,000 times, could last for over a decade in situations in which they're charged once a day (the company has tested the batteries for a couple of years so far).

    Jay Whitacre, a Carnegie Mellon University professor of materials science and engineering who developed Aquion's technology and founded the company, says the cost will need to drop to less than $200 per kilowatt-hour for grid-connected applications. Reaching this price, and production capacity on the scale of gigawatt-hours, "will take a long time," he says. "But you have to start somewhere."

    Aquion's battery consists of an anode made of activated carbon, a cathode made from sodium and magnesium oxide, and a water-based electrolyte. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/11/12 - Tradeoffs in battling urban heat island
    A team of researchers from Arizona State University have found that warming resulting from megapolitan expansion is seasonally dependent, with greatest warming occurring during summer and least during winter.

    Among the most practical ways to combat urbanization-induced warming the painting of building's roofs white was found to disrupt regional hydroclimate, highlighting the need for evaluation of tradeoffs associated with combating urban heat islands.

    "We found that raising the reflectivity of buildings by painting their roofs white is an effective way of reducing higher average temperatures caused by urban expansion," said Matei Georgescu, an assistant professor in ASU's School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning.

    "However, increased reflectivity also modifies hydroclimatic processes and, in the case of the 'Sun Corridor,' can lead to a significant reduction of rainfall. Our maximum Sun Corridor expansion scenario leads to a 12% reduction in rainfall, averaged across the entire state. Painting roofs white leads to an additional 4% reduction in rainfall." - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/11/12 - The rise of human-computer cooperation
    Brute computing force alone can't solve the world's problems. Data mining innovator Shyam Sankar explains why solving big problems (like catching terrorists or identifying huge hidden trends) is not a question of finding the right algorithm, but rather the right symbiotic relationship between computation and human creativity. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/11/12 - Two-Way Propellers Lessen Air Torque (Dec, 1941)


    THE latest development in airplane propellers, the product of English inventors, is called the Rotol Constant-Speed Contra-Rotating Airscrew, shown at the right. Although appearing to be a six-bladed propeller, the contrivance actually consists of two three-bladed propellers which rotate in opposite directions. Among the advantages claimed for the new type prop are complete elimination of torque and improved handling during aerial acrobatics. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/11/12 - Physicist Derives Laws of Thermodynamics For Life Itself
    The laws of thermodynamics must apply to self-replicating systems. Now one physicist has worked out how. Here's an interesting thought experiment. Imagine a box filled with a variety of atoms and molecules in proportions roughly equivalent to the composition of the prebiotic soup in which life thrives.

    How likely is it that these molecules will arrange themselves into fully-fledged living thing, a bacterium, for example? That's a tough question but Jeremy England at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge has worked out how to calculate an answer, at least in theory. His results make for fascinating reading.

    Part of the problem here is that life itself is hard to define. But England has a way round this. His idea is to examine every combination of states that are possible in this box and to consult an omniscient microbiologist about whether each state represents a bacterium or not. In that way, it ought to be possible, at least in principle, to gain an idea of the statistical physics involved.

    Next, he asks the microbiologist to take another look at the box after a period that is roughly equivalent to the time it takes for bacteria to divide.

    The question then is how likely is it that there will be two bacteria in the box.

    Once again, the omniscient microbiologist could look at every possible state of the box and say whether or not self replication has taken place. If the box contains two bacterium, it's possible to work how much entropy has been created in the process and how much heat used.

    England throws in some basic laws of thermodynamics and in this way builds a statistical physics model of self replication, a model that is analogous to the laws that govern the statistical behaviour of any set of particles in a box.

    By way of comparison, he also looks at the statistics that govern the reverse process--the spontaneous decomposition of the bacteria into carbon dioxide, hydrogen and so on.

    This sets an important bound on what is thermodynamically possible in this system: in effect, England derives the second law of thermodynamics for the system. From this he works out various 'laws' such as the minimum amount of heat that a single round of cell division ought to produce.

    Finally, he puts some numbers into his model, including figures such as the life time of peptide bonds in biological systems, to find out how much heat complex systems like E. coli bacteria ought to produce when they replicate. - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    09/08/12 - What a Wonderful World
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    09/08/12 - Russian Billionaire Offers $3 Million Physics Prize
    Russian billionaire and social media investor Yury Milner offers $3 million prize for achievements in fundamental physics - the most lucrative academic award in the world.

    Milner's newly minted $3 million Fundamental Physics Prize is much bigger than the $1.2 million Nobel Prize and the $1.7 million Templeton Prize for science and spirituality.

    The Russian billionaire inaugurated his new prize program for fundamental physics on Tuesday with a $3 million award to each of the nine of the world's best-known theorists. Milner, 50, a trained physicist, chose the first nine honorees himself, but he expects the future selection to be made by a special committee consisted of the first nine laureates.

    The first group of winner consists of three Russian scientists: Alexei Kitaev from the California Institute of Technology, mathematician Maxim Kontsevich of Frances Institute for Advanced Research, and Stanford's Andrei Linde. The other recipients are MIT's Alan Guth and four string theorists of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton: Nima Arkani-Hamed, Juan Maldacena, Nathan Seiberg, Edward Witten and Indian string theorist Ashoke Sen.

    The $3 million Fundamental Physics Prize will be awarded annually by the nonprofit Milner Foundation to honor "transformative advances in the field." There is also a special prize for promising junior researchers - the New Horizons in Physics Prize - with an annual ward of $100,000.

    "I am sure that the best scientists must earn no less than, for example, stock traders," Milner said. "If the award helps to encourage the greatest minds for the further work in the field of fundamental physics, I'll be deeply gratified" - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/08/12 - Spherical Glass Amplifies Solar Energy Collection
    KeelyNet The spherical ball acts as a ball lens, and its specific geometric structure is said to improve energy efficiency by 35%. In contrast to traditional photovoltaic dual-axis solar panels, the ball lens incorporates a fully rotational, weatherproof tracking system, which will work adequately on inclined surfaces and curtain walls. This could allow any building to be retrofitted with these glass lenses to generate more solar power.

    The ball lens has the capability of concentrating diffuse daylight and even moonlight, making solar energy collection a more effective application. The third prototype is filled with water and has many photovoltaic cells to harvest solar energy.

    With further development, and the decreasing cost of solar panels, such a new device might not be popular, especially when considering the size comparison between it and other similar photovoltaic cells.

    However, its ability to generate energy more efficiently and the possibility to even generate energy at night might become the deciding factors. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/08/12 - NASA Explores Link Between Sea Saltiness and Climate
    "A NASA-sponsored expedition is set to sail to the North Atlantic's saltiest spot to get a detailed, 3-D picture of how salt content fluctuates in the ocean's upper layers and how these variations are related to shifts in rainfall patterns around the planet.

    The research voyage is part of a multi-year mission, dubbed the Salinity Processes in the Upper Ocean Regional Study (SPURS), which will deploy multiple instruments in different regions of the ocean. ...

    They will return with new data to aid in understanding one of the most worrisome effects of climate change the acceleration of Earth's water cycle.

    As global temperatures go up, evaporation increases, altering the frequency, strength, and distribution of rainfall around the planet, with far-reaching implications for life on Earth." - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/08/12 - NASA Working on Mars Menu
    "The menu must sustain a group of six to eight astronauts, keep them healthy and happy and also offer a broad array of food. That's no simple feat considering it will likely take six months to get to the Red Planet, astronauts will have to stay there 18 months and then it will take another six months to return to Earth.

    Imagine having to shop for a family's three-year supply of groceries all at once and having enough meals planned in advance for that length of time.

    'Mars is different just because it's so far away,' said Maya Cooper, a senior research scientist with Lockheed Martin who is leading the efforts to build the menu.

    'We don't have the option to send a vehicle every six months and send more food as we do for the International Space Station.'"

    Astronauts who travel to the space station have a wide variety of food available to them, some 100 or so different options, in fact. But it is all pre-prepared and freeze-dried with a shelf life of at least two years. And while astronauts make up a panel that tastes the food and give it a final OK on Earth before it blasts off, the lack of gravity means smell - and taste - is impaired. So the food is bland.

    On Mars though, there is a little gravity, allowing NASA to consider significant changes to the current space menu. That's where Cooper's team comes in. Travel to Mars opens the possibility that astronauts can do things like chop vegetables and do a little cooking of their own. Even though pressure levels are different than on Earth, scientists think it will be possible to boil water with a pressure cooker, too.

    One option Cooper and her staff are considering is having the astronauts care for a "Martian greenhouse."

    They would have a variety of fruits and vegetables - from carrots to bell peppers - in a hydroponic solution, meaning they would be planted in mineral-laced water instead of soil.

    The astronauts would care for their garden and then use those ingredients, combined with others, such as nuts and spices brought from Earth, to prepare their meals. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/08/12 - Fish oils 'help slow age decline'
    Moderate exercise, and a regular intake of oily fish fatty acids, keeps elderly immobility at bay, a study suggests.

    Findings of a recent trial show that women aged over 65 who received omega-3 fatty acids gained almost twice as much muscle strength following exercise than those taking olive oil.

    Some studies have linked diets high in omega-3 - commonly found in oily fish such as mackerel and sardines - to potential health benefits, such as a lower risk of coronary heart disease.

    During healthy ageing, muscle size is reduced by 0.5-2% per year.

    This process - known as sarcopenia - can result in frailty and immobility in old people.

    Little is known about the prevalence of sarcopenia in the UK, but data from the US shows that 25% of people aged 50-70 have sarcopenia and this increases to more than half of those aged over 80 years.

    According to Dr Stuart Gray from the University of Aberdeen, the cost of sarcopenia is immense; either in direct nursing and care costs or in hospital admissions through falls.

    "Around one-and-a-half percent of the total US healthcare budget is spent on sarcopenia-related issues", he said. Half the women were given the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, whist the other half received an olive oil placebo (negative control).

    At the start and end of the trial, the women's leg muscle strength was measured.

    The results were compelling. Women receiving olive oil increased their muscle mass by 11% whilst those receiving EPA and DHA showed a 20% increase - a statistically significant improvement.

    But as Dr Gray was quick to point out, not all fish oil supplements contain beneficial amounts of these fatty acids. He told BBC News:

    "One of the problems with a lot of these supplements is that the amount of EPA varies.

    "A capsule containing one gram of fish oil might only contain 100 milligrams (mg) of EPA and some might contain 400".

    His advice for anyone wanting to improve their intake of dietary EPA and DHA was to take a supplement that contained the highest levels of these two fatty acids.

    Alternatively, half of the average portion of oily fish contains equivalent amounts of beneficial EPA and DHA as those used in the trial. - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    09/05/12 - Martin Fleischmann Dead at 85: End of an Era
    KeelyNet New Energy Times: Martin Fleischmann, co-discoverer with B. Stanley Pons of a phenomenon they initially attributed to nuclear fusion, is dead at 85.

    Fleischmann died Aug. 3 at his home in Tisbury, U.K., in the presence of his family. He suffered from numerous health problems for many years, including Parkinsons disease, diabetes and heart disease. He was bedridden for the last few months. He is survived by his wife, Sheila, son, Nicholas, daughter, Vanessa, and eight grandchildren. A third child, Charlotte, died several years ago.

    Today, Nicholas told me, Until the very end, my father remained stoic, as ever, not a word of any complaint.

    He might shout and carry on about topics of science but not about himself, Nicholas said. Its the end of an era.

    Fleischmann was regarded as one of the worlds top electrochemists. He was known for his driving passion for discovery and for breaking new ground, which other scientists then followed to great commercial success.

    He was a Fellow of the Royal Society and by the age of 40 was named chair of the Electrochemistry Department at the University of Southampton. Fleischmann won the Royal Society of Chemistrys medal for Electrochemistry and Thermodynamics in 1979. He was president of the International Society of Electrochemistry (1970-1972). In 1985, he was awarded the Palladium Medal by the U.S. Electrochemical Society.

    When he and Pons claimed to discover a new, cheaper way to create controlled nuclear fusion energy in a test-tube on March 23, 1989, everything changed for him. The personal and scientific fallout from the announcement was a burden he bore for the rest of his life...

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    09/05/12 - Hal Fox Dies
    KeelyNet Via New Energy Times: The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Hal Fox died on Monday, Aug. 20, he was 88.

    In July 1989, Fox became the first publisher to specialize in cold fusion reporting.

    During the next ten years, he published Fusion Facts, the Journal of New Energy and New Energy News.

    His archives provide a substantial historical record of this field and are publicly accessible on the New Energy Times Web site.

    Harold Lavar Fox, "Hal", beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend, was born August 24, 1923, in Vineyard, Utah, to George James Fox and Jennie Holdaway. He died August 20, 2012.

    He had 2 siblings, Burt Wesley Fox and Marion May Fox. Hal served as Captain in the United States Air Force, working as a meteorologist in the Philippines', during WW2, as well as in England, Germany and Nebraska. He was a highly decorated veteran.

    Hal married Lucy Grant in the Salt Lake Temple, on May 16, 1942: they had 4 children, James, Nancy Jane, Kathleen, and Carolyn: Nancy Jane is the only surviving child.

    Lucy died after 26 years of marriage; Hal then married the lovely Joyce Benson in the Salt Lake Temple on August 20, 1968, and they enjoyed 44 years of marriage together. Joyce raised the children and they loved her.

    Hal was a scientist, inventor, gardener, and poet; he wrote a poem for the kids and grandkids for their birthdays and for the family every year for Christmas.

    Hal and Joyce were active in the East Millcreek 11th Ward and they have many friends in the area. Hal has 7 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held Friday August 24 at 2:00 pm in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/05/12 - Pakistan Revels in Boast of Water-Run Car
    The New York Times: ISLAMABAD, Pakistan In a nation thirsting for energy, he loomed like a messiah: a small-town engineer who claimed he could run a car on water.

    The assertion based on the premise that he had discovered a way to easily split the oxygen and hydrogen atoms in water molecules with almost no energy would, if proven, represent a stunning breakthrough for physics and a near-magical solution to Pakistans desperate power crisis.

    By the grace of Allah, I have managed to make a formula that converts less voltage into more energy, the professed inventor, Agha Waqar Ahmad, said in a telephone interview. This invention will solve our countrys energy crisis and provide jobs to hundreds of thousands of people.

    Established scientists have debunked his spectacular claims, first made one month ago, saying they violate ironclad laws of physics.

    But across Pakistan, where crippling electricity cuts have left millions drenched in the sweat of a powerless summer, and where there is hunger for tales of homegrown glory, the shimmering mirage of a water car received a broad and serious embrace...

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    Whatever Happened to this Month old Announcement - It is almost a month since Agha Waqar's claim to have invented a perpetual motion self-sustainable water kit/car first appeared on the mainstream electronic and print media. The claim that his invention is set to resolve Pakistan's all energy problems very easily and cheaply has been taken up extremely seriously by various stakeholders especially the government and media.

    The latest media reports suggesting that Agha Waqar is being provided government facilities to mature his water kit are upsetting to serious academic and scientific circles who believe that there is no justification for allocation of public resources to a project which is impracticable and is in clear contradiction with universally accepted laws of science.

    They are unable to understand if the government is supporting this apparently 100% unviable project on the basis of pure sentiments or nave political interest. It is important to analytically look into not only Agha Waqar's claim but also the firm scientific and factual evidences that reject it.

    Although there have been discrepancies in Agha Waqar's statements, however, in a nutshell he claims that he has invented a perpetually operated water kit that would resolve all energy problems of not only Pakistan but of entire world by eliminating the dependency on oil and gas.

    He claims that his water kit needs a very small amount of energy/electricity from a car battery to produce hydrogen on self-sustainable basis to run the car for hundreds of kilometres without needing any further energy.

    In simple words, all he needs to drive a car from Karachi to Islamabad or Peshawar is few litres of water and a charged car battery, with no need of any further energy (oil, gas or electricity) whatsoever.

    Agha Waqar's own conduct has not been helping his cause. His arguments and scientific explanations as given in TV programmes lack consistency and technical understanding. He has been observed radically changing his stances during the course of a discussion and making elementary level mistakes which unfortunately TV anchors/hosts are not able to pick understandably due to their non-technical backgrounds. If he is a genuine inventor he needs to improve his conduct.

    The issue has lingered on for far too long and needs to be sorted out as soon as possible. It is hard to justify the allocation of public resources to this apparently hypothetical invention when Agha Waqar has yet to come up with appropriate and scientifically acceptable evidences to validate his claims. - Permalink

    09/05/12 - Invention could fix scourge of water pipe leaks
    Leaking pipes are a common problem for the water industry in the UK and, according to Ofwat, between 20 and 40 per cent of total water supply can be lost through damaged pipes.

    ENGINEERS at a Yorkshire university have developed a pioneering detection system capable of driving down the national problem of leaking water pipes.

    Initial tests carried out by Yorkshire Water show that the system developed at Sheffield University can identify damaged water pipes in a reliable and accurate way.

    The trial was led by Dr James Shucksmith, from the universitys department of civil and structural engineering.

    He said: We are very excited by the results weve achieved so far.

    The new system invented at Sheffield University tests pipes by transmitting a pressure wave along them that sends back a signal if it passes any unexpected features, such as a leak or a crack in the pipes surface.

    That pressure wave is generated by a valve fitted to an ordinary water hydrant, which is opened and closed rapidly.

    The wave sends back a reflection, or a signal, if it encounters any anomalous features in the pipe. The strength of that signal can then be analysed to determine the location and the size of the leak.

    It has now been trialled at the companys field operators training site in Bradford.

    During those tests, leaks in cast-iron pipes were located accurately to within a metre, while leaks in plastic pipes were located even more precisely, to within 20cm.

    The results of the trial have been published today.

    A spokesman for Sheffield University said: Existing leak detection techniques rely on acoustic sensing with microphones commonly used to identify noise generated by pressurised water escaping from the pipe.

    This method, however, is time consuming and prone to errors:. The use of plastic pipes, for example, means that the sound can fall away quickly, making detection very difficult.

    In contrast the device invented by the Sheffield team uses a series of calculations based on the size of the pipe, the speed of the pressure wave, and the distance it has to travel.

    The device can be calibrated to get the most accurate results and all the data is analysed on site, delivering immediate results that can be prioritised for action. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/05/12 - First Casimir Chip That Exploits The Vacuum Energy
    KeelyNet Nanofabrication engineers have built the first on-chip device that exploits the Casimir effect.

    One of the strangest effects to arise from the quantum nature of the universe is the Casimir force. This pushes two parallel conducting plates together when they are just a few dozen nanometres apart.

    At these kinds of scales, the Casimir force can dominate and engineers are well aware of its unwanted effects. One reason why microelectromechanical machines have never reached their original promise is the stiction that Casimir forces can generate.

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    The great promise of all this is that other shapes should be possible to manufacture too. "This scheme opens the possibility of tailoring the Casimir force using lithographically de?ned components of non-conventional shapes," say Zou and co.

    So instead of being hindered by uncontrollable Casimir forces, the next generation of microelectromechanical devices should be able to exploit them, perhaps to make stictionless bearings, springs and even actuators.

    Exciting times for micro and nano machines. - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    09/02/12 - Infra-red photos show vein disease (Jul, 1934)


    After my one month hospital stay, I must have been pricked 50 times for blood samples and wound up taking 4 BAGS OF BLOOD. I wondered if there was a better way to visually detect veins. Many nurses were masters at it, others were barbaric even striking bone. This would be a great addition to the Star Trek Medical Tricorder.

    Varicose veins and other conditions that interfere with the circulation can be detected with comparative ease by a method of photographic diagnosis recently demonstrated at Rochester, New York.

    Human skin, it was discovered, is nearly transparent to infra-red rays. By using film that was sensitive to this invisible light, photographs were taken in which veins lying just below the surface of the skin stood out clearly. Any derangement was readily apparent in the photographs. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/02/12 - The $100 tri-copter
    Weve seen lots of budget tri-copters, but $100 seems like a heck of a deal to us! Watching this video, you can see this home made tri-copter is incredibly agile and seems to handle quite well.

    Whats amazing is that [hallstudio] claims that it cost roughly $100. That price is really good compared to even the cheapest multi copters out there.

    Much of the manufacturing cost associated with this kind of thing has been removed as the body is just cheap wood from the local hardware store. He even did an admittedly sloppy rig for his tail rotor, not that it looks like it has hurt his performance.

    One cool feature is the fact that you can fold the front arms backward, allowing for the tri-copter to be shoved into a bag for easy transportation.

    You can find a complete parts list on his video, but it looks like maybe his cost doesnt figure in the cost of the radio controller.

    There are no build instructions, but a quick google search leads us to the rcexplorer tricopter which seems to be the template he used. There are full build details there. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/02/12 - Stem cells Rejuvenate heart of older patients
    Damaged and aged heart tissue of older heart failure patients was rejuvenated by stem cells modified by scientists. Since patients with heart failure are normally elderly, their cardiac stem cells arent very healthy, said Sadia Mohsin, Ph.D., one of the study authors and a post-doctoral research scholar at San Diego State Universitys Heart Institute in San Diego, Cal. We modified these biopsied stem cells and made them healthier.

    It is like turning back the clock so these cells can thrive again. Modified human stem cells helped the signaling and structure of the heart cells, which were biopsied from elderly patients. Researchers modified the stem cells in the laboratory with PIM-1, a protein that promotes cell survival and growth. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/02/12 - Artificial lunar atmosphere to be created for moon colonists
    The Moon has practically no atmosphere, at least the atmosphere in our perception of this notion. However, a small amount of gas seeps out onto the surface of the satellite from the lunar interior. The gas appears as a result of radioactive decay inside the Moon and because of the impact of the solar wind. The content of gas at the surface of the Moon at "night" does not exceed 200,000 particles per 1 cubic centimeter.

    During the "day," it doubles due to the degassing of the soil. This concentration corresponds to the state of high vacuum, so the surface of the Moon during the day is heated up to +120 degrees Celsius. At night or even in the shade, the surface is cooled down to -160 degrees. The gaseous blanket around the Moon is so thin that it is commonly known as exosphere, not atmosphere. Naturally, there is no place for ionosphere in such conditions. However, it exists!

    Astrophysicists were racking there brains over the lunar ionosphere for 40 years. Only recently, Tim Stubbs of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Goddard, put forward a surprising hypothesis: the lunar ionosphere is created from moondust!

    According to Stubbs, the astronauts of Apollo 15 observed a mysterious glow on the horizon of the Moon. It could be caused by the ionization of dust particles that were glowing in the rays of the rising or setting sun. The scientist believes that the electric charge that occurs during the process is enough to maintain the ionosphere. Needless to say that there is more than enough dust on the Moon.

    Not so long ago, a group of Cambridge chemists led by Derek Fray developed a device that could extract oxygen from the lunar soil - regolith. The name refers to the mixture of fine dust and rocky debris formed as a result of meteor impacts.

    Derek Fray and his colleagues suggested a method based on the electrochemical process developed to produce pure metals and alloys from the oxides contained in regolith. This alloy is used as the cathode, whereas carbon plays the role of the anode.

    If such soil-to-oxygen converters are mounted on the entire surface of the Moon, potential colonists from Earth will have something to breathe in spite of the fact that the satellite has no livable atmosphere of its own. - Full Article Source - Permalink

    09/02/12 - Confirmed: Radioactive Decay Apparently Influenced By the Sun
    "In school you probably learned that the decay rate of radioactive matter is solely determined by the halftime specific to the element. There is no environmental factor that can somehow tweak this process. At least there shouldn't be.

    Now a second study confirmed previous findings that the decay rate of some elements seems to be under the subtle and mysterious influence of the sun.

    As of now there is no theoretical explanation for this strange effect buried in the decay rate data."

    And now this surprising result of the sun's influence has been corroborated.

    The latest research was a collaboration of Stanford and Purdue University with the Geological Survey of Israel, rather reputable research power-houses that make these results difficult to dismiss.

    Their paper contains the following contour graph for the measured gamma decay during the day plotted over several years. When comparing this with the same kind of graph of the sun's inclination during the observed date range the correlation is quite obvious... - Full Article Source - Permalink

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    KeelyNet Years ago, I had been told by several people, that the US government frequently removes books they deem dangerous or 'sensitive' from libraries. Some are replaced with sections removed or rewritten so as to 'contain' information that should not be available to the public despite the authors intent. A key example was during the Manhattan Project when the US was trying to finalize research into atomic bombs. They removed any books that dealt with the subject and two of them were by Dr. Gustave Le Bon since they dealt with both energy and matter including radioactivity. I had been looking for these two books for many years and fortunately stumbled across two copies for which I paid about $40.00 each. I couldn't put down the books once I started reading them. Such a wealth of original discoveries, many not known or remembered today. / Page 88 - Without the ether there could be neither gravity, nor light, nor electricity, nor heat, nor anything, in a word, of which we have knowledge. The universe would be silent and dead, or would reveal itself in a form which we cannot even foresee. If one could construct a glass chamber from which the ether were to be entirely eliminated, heat and light could not pass through it. It would be absolutely dark, and probably gravitation would no longer act on the bodies within it. They would then have lost their weight. / Page 96-97 - A material vortex may be formed by any fluid, liquid or gaseous, turning round an axis, and by the fact of its rotation it describes spirals. The study of these vortices has been the object of important researches by different scholars, notably by Bjerkness and Weyher. They have shown that by them can be produced all the attractions and repulsions recognized in electricity, the deviations of the magnetic needle by currents, etc. These vortices are produced by the rapid rotation of a central rod furnished with pallets, or, more simply, of a sphere. Round this sphere gaseous currents are established, dissymetrical with regard to its equatorial plane, and the result is the attraction or repulsion of bodies brought near to it, according to the position given to them. It is even possible, as Weyher has proved, to compel these bodies to turn round the sphere as do the satellites of a planet without touching it. / Page 149 - "The problem of sending a pencil of parallel Hertzian waves to a distance possesses more than a theoretical interest. It is allowable to say that its solution would change the course of our civilization by rendering war impossible. The first physicist who realizes this discovery will be able to avail himself of the presence of an enemy's ironclads gathered together in a harbour to blow them up in a few minutes, from a distance of several kilometres, simply by directing on them a sheaf of electric radiations. On reaching the metal wires with which these vessels are nowadays honeycombed, this will excite an atmosphere of sparks which will at once explode the shells and torpedoes stored in their holds. With the same reflector, giving a pencil of parallel radiations, it would not be much more difficult to cause the explosion of the stores of powder and shells contained in a fortress, or in the artillery sparks of an army corps, and finally the metal cartridges of the soldiers. Science, which at first rendered wars so deadly, would then at length have rendered them impossible, and the relations between nations would have to be established on new bases." - More Info

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    The Physics of the Primary State of Matter
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