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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 Parkinson’s 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. “It’s the end of an era.”

Fleischmann was regarded as one of the world’s 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 Chemistry’s 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...

Full article: http://blog.newenergytimes.com/2012/08/04/fleischmann-dead-at-85-end-of-an-era/ - Full Article Source

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

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 Pakistan’s 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 country’s 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...

Full article: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/05/world/asia/boast-of-water-run-car-thrills-pakistan.html?_r=1 - Full Article Source

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 naïve 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.


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 university’s department of civil and structural engineering.

He said: “We are very excited by the results we’ve 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 pipe’s 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 company’s 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

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.

Full article: http://www.technologyreview.com/view/428648/engineers-unveil-first-casimir-chip-that-exploits/

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

09/05/12 - Americans turning against ‘stuff’
Millennials aren’t alone as they shift from tangibles (cars and homes) to intangibles (education and access to data). The business sector is moving along the same tangible-to-intangible path as the Millennials, perhaps at an even faster pace. Business spending on nonresidential structures, other than mining-related, is roughly 30% below the 2007 pre-recession highs, while investment in software is up almost 20% over the same period.

This shift changes corporate strategy and marketing aimed towards Millennials. If Millennials are operating like microbusinesses, then companies must reframe their appeal in terms of business values such as security, collaboration and competitiveness. So they will be open to companies that create products and services to help them protect themselves, find allies, or prosper economically.

For example, Millennials have a right to worry about the financial risk associated with buying a home. After all, they’ve seen home prices collapse unexpectedly, leaving millions of people with immense debts.

So to lure the younger generation back into the market, homebuilders need to broaden their definition of what they sell.

Instead of just selling a physical product (the new home), homebuilders have to address the intangible core needs of security, collaboration, and competitiveness.

One possibility: A sales contract that gives the buyer the right to sell back the house to the home builder at the original price for the first five years, minus an implicit cost of renting (obviously this simple version suffers from some moral hazard problems, but they can be fixed).

Or take cars. If Millennials want to socialize, they compare the cost of driving with the much lower cost of digital contact.

That means automobile makers have to attract buyers by reducing auto operating costs–namely, dramatically increasing fuel economy. What’s more, cars have to be positioned as essential tools for maintaining effective contact with other people. - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Saving a bricked phone with a pencil lead
KeelyNet stompyonos] bricked his Samsung Captivate. Not wanting to be without a phone for a while, he researched a fix online and found shorting a pair of pins on the USB port would put the phone into download mode, saving his phone.

The only problem for this plan is [stompy] didn’t have any resistors on hand. Instead, he came up with a wonderful MacGyverism using a piece of paper, a bit of graphite, and a pair of paper clips.

The process of unbricking a Captivate requires a 300 or 330 k? resistor across pins 4 and 5 of the mini USB port. This can be done with a few resistors, but [stompy] only had a multimeter lying around.

After scribbling a good bit of pencil lead on a piece of paper, he attached two paper clips to make a variable resistor, dialed it in to about 300 k?, and cut up an old Nokia charger for its USB plug.

Not bad for a very easy fix that didn’t cost [stompyonos] a dime, and certainly better than a $500 paperweight. - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Money Seeks Idea
Businesses are adapting their R&D spending to the idea that innovation can come from anywhere.

One company, Procter & Gamble, has actually found a way to tap into them; it now gets many of its ideas for new Swiffers and toothpaste tubes from the general public. One way it has managed to do so is with the help of InnoCentive, a company in Waltham, Massachusetts, that specializes in organizing prize competitions over the Internet. Volunteer "solvers" can try to earn $500 to $1 million by coming up with answers to a company's problems.

We like Procter & Gamble's story because the company has discovered a creative, systematic way to pay for ideas originating far outside of its own development labs. It's made an innovation in funding innovation, which is the subject of this month's Technology Review business report.

On the Web, it's never been cheaper to start a company. You can outsource software development, rent a thousand servers, and order hardware designs from China. That is significant because company founders can often get the money they need from seed accelerators, angel investors, or Internet-based funding mechanisms such as Kickstarter.

"We're in a period of incredible change in how you fund innovation, especially entrepreneurial innovation," says Ethan Mollick, a professor of management science at the Wharton School. He sees what's happening as a kind of democratization—the bets are getting smaller, but also more spread out and numerous. He thinks this could be a good thing. "One of the ways we get more innovation is by taking more draws," he says.

Citizen crowds have far less to offer in capital-intensive domains such as manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and energy. Innovation in these sectors requires investments in the tens and hundreds of millions of dollars.

What's more, the payoff time is more often measured in decades than in months. Yet R&D funding in these industries is also in transition. Manufacturers, for example, are pooling resources with government help to try to gain an R&D edge in newer areas such as 3-D printing.

So what's at stake in all this? The case of the pharmaceutical industry is instructive. In 2010, half of the top 10 corporate R&D spenders, including all of the top three, were drug firms. Yet despite huge budgets (in some cases $9 billion annually), the industry is famished for new products. It simply can't get its R&D to pay off. - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Magic carpet could raise fall alarm for elderly
There's help for the elderly with the invention of a carpet that can help raise an alarm when they're heading for a fall.

The Daily Mail reports British researchers say their invention could sound a warning before the fall, simply by monitoring a person's every step.

Plastic optical fibres woven into the carpet are the key to the new system from the University of Manchester.

Sensors relay signals to a computer and can show a steady deterioration or change in walking habits.

The inventors believe the technology could be used in carpets at care homes and hospital wards, as well as people's homes if necessary.

(Seems like a better idea to not live in a house with stairs or steps that they might trip over in the first place. - JWD) - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Teen’s invention helps school buses run more efficiently
KeelyNet With the help of friends and his sister Azza Cohen, a more formal effort took shape in 2008. They called it the Greenshields Project.

Jonny’s original idea was to attach a streamlined, transparent Plexiglas cover over a school bus windshield to reduce drag and allow the vehicle to use less fuel.

The fourth-generation GreenShield, produced with help from Northwestern University’s Segal Design Institute, looks radically different. Instead of a shield, it’s more like a ski-jump-shaped hat installed on the roof of a bus, which reduces material and installation costs. Research shows the efficiency benefits are about the same.

Virtual, on-road and wind tunnel tests on school buses donated by the bus company Cook-Illinois Corp. found the GreenShield improves fuel economy 10 to 20 percent.

John Benish Jr., president of family-owned Cook-Illinois, said joining with GreenShields was a “perfect fit” for the company, which already runs most of its school buses on biodiesel.

“We’re always looking for that next thing to make school buses a little greener, a little better and more efficient,” he said.

Buses are the safest way to get children to school, but they’re also fuel hogs that get only 4 to 6 miles per gallon. Studies show that one bus takes an average of 36 cars off the road, but GreenShields calculated that school buses in the United States still spew 9 million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere each year.

With schools spending about $6,500 on diesel fuel per school bus per year, and about 480,000 school buses in operation across the country, the group calculated that busing students to their classes costs more than $3 billion per year. An installed GreenShield could save $600 in annual gas expenses per bus.

“If they use a GreenShield, school bus companies can charge less for their services, and so less money will have to be spent on school buses, which is less money spent on gas and hopefully more on education,” Jonny said.

Benish said if his company can run a bus for less than what a school is currently paying, “we pass on savings to them.” - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Unused inventions get a crowdsourced creative spark
GOT an inventive mind and feel like making a few thousand pounds? Then you might have some fun with Marblar.com, a website that will go live in late August. The site will ask users to suggest lucrative uses for "underexploited" patented technologies - with cash prizes of up to £10,000 for the best ideas.

"There are a lot of dormant inventions just gathering dust in research universities," says Daniel Perez, Marblar's CEO. "This is taxpayer or philanthropy-funded research that isn't demonstrating the impact it could. So we'll simply be asking our users how they would use this invention."

Marblar is getting universities on board, as well as UK organisations like the Medical Research Council and the Science and Technology Facilities Council, all of which have patented technologies that they would like to squeeze more cash out of.

To test the idea, Marblar posted a technique patented by the University of Southampton that allows DNA nucleotides to be knitted together without using an enzyme. Days later, a University of Cambridge academic hit on a new use for the technique in screening potential DNA-based therapies. "This was a problem that the inventor wasn't really aware existed, much less that his discovery could solve," says Gabriel Mecklenburg of Marblar. "There may be now be start-up ideas around this tech."

"If Marblar leads to ideas like that it could well work. Any innovation like that has got to be encouraged," says Peter Finnie, a patent attorney with Gill, Jennings and Every in London.

Marblar is the latest in a string of "open innovation" sites that attempt, in one way or another, to encourage inventiveness online. "We're seeing many new online ways of interacting with the crowd," says Finnie. "All are geared at coming up with ideas you wouldn't have thought of yourself." - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Novel treadmill or most of our Lives
"At Burning Man 2012, the Mayan TRIcycle brings the workings of the Mayan calendar to life with human powered gears-within-gears." - Full Article Source


09/05/12 - Toyota develops and prospers thanks to magic of number 'eight'
August 28th marked the anniversary of one of the largest automakers in the world - the Japanese company Toyota. The modern Toyota logo depicts a stylized weaving loop, which was designed to remind everyone of the roots of the widely popular Japanese cars. Eight is a symbol of wealth and prosperity in Japan. Writing 'Toyota' requires eight movements.

The attitude to number 'eight' in this mysterious country is completely different. 'Eight' is a symbol of wealth and prosperity in Japan. Writing an altered name - Toyota - required eight hand movements. The rest is history. - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Promiscuity Alters DNA and Boosts Immunity In Mice
"Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley found that promiscuous mice have significantly stronger immune systems than monogamous mice, suggesting that promiscuous mice may have developed more robust immunity to protect them against the disease-causing bacteria they are exposed to from mating with multiple partners."

Findings indicate deer mice have significantly stronger immune systems than California mice, suggesting that deer mice may have developed more robust immunity to protect themselves against the disease-causing bacteria they are exposed to from mating with multiple partners.

The team found that sexual behavior not only impacts the bacteria hosted by each species, but also the diversity of genes that control immunity, according to the study published in the journal PLoS One.

Results from the study found that the lifestyles of the two species of mice made a direct impact on the bacterial communities that living within the female reproductive tract, as well as the diversity of genes related to immunity against bacterial disease.

After conducting a genetic analysis on the bacterial communities that reside in the vaginas of both species of mice, researchers found that the promiscuous deer mouse had twice the bacterial diversity as the monogamous cousins.

Scientists explained that the greater diversity also applied to their genes. After sequencing the genes of the two species of mice, the team found that the deer mouse had much more diversity in DNA associated with the immune system.

"The promiscuous mice, by virtue of their sexual system, are in contact with more individuals and are exposed to a lot more bacteria," researcher Matthew MacManes said in a statement. "They need a more robust immune system to fend off all of the bugs that they're exposed to."

Researchers said that the latest findings match previous findings in humans and other species with differential mating habits, suggesting that social behavior can lead to evolutionary changes on the genetic level in the species. - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - MIT Works On Mars Quick Repiar Space Suit
"When we send the first humans to Mars we will need to get the most scientific data in the smallest amount of time while not exhausting our astronauts in the process. Dava J. Newman has been working on a 'biosuit' that's designed to do just that....

Dava’s suit would be a huge leap forward in terms of construction as well. They’ve enlisted the expertise of Dainese, an Italian manufacturer of motorcycle racing 'leathers'—leather and carbon-fiber suits designed to protect racers traveling at up to 200 mph. The suit would be a degree safer than current space suits.

While a puncture or scrape in a traditional space suit would cause a dramatic decrease in pressure and would be traumatic, even deadly, the 'biosuit' could be patched with a high-tech ace bandage.

The wearer would wrap it around the punctured area to stop the leak almost instantly. Pressure loss would be minimal and the astronaut would be able to continue working and finish his or her task. " - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Still Rocket based
A NASA projection of a possibly cheaper route to Mars (remember they spend about 13 billion a year and still rely on rockets.) - Full Article Source


09/05/12 - Nuclear Powered LEDs For Space Farming
"... Agriculture remains the key to living and working off-world. All the mineral ore in the solar system can't replace the fact that for extended periods on the Moon or Mars, future off-worlders will need bio-regenerative systems in order to prosper.

Here on earth, researchers still debate how best to make those possible, but nuclear-powered state of the art LED technology is arguably what will drive photosynthesis so necessary to provide both food and oxygen for future lunar colonists. ...

Although during the two weeks that make up the long lunar day astronauts might be able to funnel refracted sunlight into covered greenhouses or subsurface lava tunnels, they will be left without a light source during the long lunar night.

Current solar-powered battery storage technology isn't adequate to sustain artificial light sources for two weeks at the time.

Thus, the most practical solution is simply to use some sort of Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator, not unlike the one powering the current Mars Science lab, to power the LEDs that will spur photosynthesis in lunar greenhouses. ...

On earth, Mitchell says it takes roughly 50 square meters of agriculture to provide both food and oxygen life to support one human. But, as he points out, who can say how productive plants are ultimately going to be on the moon, in gravity that is only one sixth that of earth?" - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Wood Pulp Extract Stronger Than Carbon Fiber Or Kevlar
"The Forest Products Laboratory of the US Forest Service has opened a US$1.7 million pilot plant for the production of cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) from wood by-products materials such as wood chips and sawdust.

Prepared properly, CNCs are stronger and stiffer than Kevlar or carbon fibers, so that putting CNC into composite materials results in high strength, low weight products.

In addition, the cost of CNCs is less than ten percent of the cost of Kevlar fiber or carbon fiber. These qualities have attracted the interest of the military for use in lightweight armor and ballistic glass (CNCs are transparent), as well as companies in the automotive, aerospace, electronics, consumer products, and medical industries." - Full Article Source

09/05/12 - Networked Cars: Good For Safety, Bad For Privacy
"Networked cars — cars that can identify each other's location and prevent collisions — are coming soon, and will be a boon for safety, with one estimate having them cut accidents by 70 percent. But what happens to all the data the car will collect — about your location and driving behavior? It's worrisome that nobody seems to be thinking seriously about the privacy side of the equation."

Bottom line? In a few short years our cars will be connected and talking to each other. They will also be able to collect vast amounts of data about who we are, where we go, and what we do. Some of these things will undoubtedly make our vehicles much safer; some may erase what little roadside privacy we have left.

This is more than just Jetsons-like fantasy. Last month the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and eight major car manufacturers launched a year-long test of car-to-car communications in Ann Arbor.

Some 2800 cars, trucks, and city buses have been equipped with gear that will broadcast their size, speed, and location to each other as they roll down the road, using a special band of WiFi spectrum reserved for vehicle-to-vehicle communications.

If another car gets too close or a pedestrian suddenly steps into the intersection, drivers receive an alert and can react accordingly. - Full Article Source

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08/30/12 - Tata Intends To Sell Air-Powered Car In India
"Tata Motors (an Indian car manufacturer) is changing things up with the first car to run on air, the Airpod.

The Airpod's technology was originally created in France at Motor Development International but has since been bought by Tata in hopes of bringing it to the Indian consumer car market.

With virtually zero emissions and at the cost of about a penny per kilometer, it is definitely one of the most environmentally and economically friendly vehicles in the world.

The tank holds about 175 liters of compressed air that can be filled at special stations or by activating the on-board electric motor to suck air in from the outside. Costing about $10,000, this car could beat out most smart cars from the market."

Specifications Airpod GT
Energy Usage 99 Wh/km
Weight 485 lbs
Range 138 miles
Power 6 kW
Energy storage Compressed Air (175 liter, 350 bar)
Airfill time 1.5 minute
Top Speed 50 mph - Full Article Source


08/30/12 - Bill Gates new invention... the water-less loo
THE world's richest man has set himself a new challenge – to improve sanitation for the poor.

More than 230 years after a Scottish watchmaker called Alexander Cummings patented the flush toilet, Bill Gates yesterday handed $100,000 to a team from the California Institute of Technology who believe their invention goes one better.

Flush toilets, Gates wrote in a recent blog, "are irrelevant, impractical and impossible for 40pc of the global population, because they often don't have access to water, sewers, electricity and sewage treatment systems".

The world's richest man, who is also the planet's most generous philanthropist, has set inventors the challenge of developing a lavatory that will work in the most deprived and impoverished environments.

To qualify, the prototypes must operate without running water, electricity or a septic system; must not discharge pollutants; and cost no more than five US cents a day to run. If they also provide a bonus in energy or other resources, even better.

The challenge has ignited a volcano of ingenuity. Caltech's winning entry is based on a solar-powered electrochemical reactor which breaks down faeces and urine into hydrogen – which in turn becomes a back-up source of energy.

Second prize went to Loughborough University's effort, in which the waste is turned into biological charcoal which when burned produces the energy to power the system. It also recovers water and salts from the faeces and urine. - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - Lightning Rods That Prevent Lightning Strikes
"Ordinary lightning rods collect the ground charge and cause it to discharge between the ground and the thundercloud. Our products prevent the ground charge from coming up to meet the lightning as it comes down from the cloud, and so prevent lightning from striking in the area around the device."

"This depends on the height at which the device is mounted, but if the device is mounted at a height of 1, lightning will not strike inside a cone with a radius of 5. If the device is attached to the top of a concrete telephone pole, at a height of 20m, lightning will not strike within a radius of 100m."

The products are already commercially available, and are priced between $25,000 and $37,500. Lightning Suppression Systems is planning the commercial development of products for home use, and for mounting on disaster prevention wireless system masts and outdoor surveillance cameras, to be priced at around $6,000. - Full Article Source


08/30/12 - Can this invention make washer detergents extinct?
This new invention mounts to the back wall behind your washing machine onto which you hook up your cold water line. You run another hose from this box to the washer —and you can do all of this yourself.

Inside this box is a modulator which introduces ozone into the water plus a few other things that clean your clothes without the use of detergents.

Your clothes come out cleaner without any after-effects of retained detergents, the clothes are treated much more gently and you save on each load of clothes by not using hot water.

Saving money? The engineer and president of this company told me that the average household with a family of four could save as much as $600 per year by using this product. I was told that the suggested retail cost of it is $600 with a projected life span of 10 years.

It has a three-year warranty and a $79 cost of the module should it need to be replaced after the warranty expires.The company is sending one to my good friend's appliance store where it will be installed in the back workshop and tested many times over.

Then, I'll give a full report on how this invention is changing the time-proven methods of doing laundry. If that being the case, can you imagine what the detergent manufacturers are saying right now. The environmental people would be jumping with joy and this new invention would fit into the same category as the invention of the microwave oven.

Now, please don't go getting all excited, because that is a feeling that can make a person easy prey to a con job. I'm going to keep my cool until we have had several weeks to test the results. If it doesn't do the job as it was relayed to me, you will hear and read about it. If it does, then others will be ahead of me in spreading the good news. Stay tuned. - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - Will Your Books and Music Die With You?
"Many of us will accumulate vast libraries of digital books and music over the course of our lifetimes, reports the WSJ, but when we die, our collections of words and music may expire with us.

'I find it hard to imagine a situation where a family would be OK with losing a collection of 10,000 books and songs,' says author Evan Carroll of the problems created for one's heirs with digital content, which doesn't convey the same ownership rights as print books and CDs.

So what's the solution? Amazon and Apple were mum when contacted, but with the growth of digital assets, Dazza Greenwood of MIT's Media Lab said it's time to reform and update IP law so content can be transferred to another's account or divided between several people."

What we need is a central library to collect and offer all the books and papers lost when researchers die. I have known many whose collections were trashed or sold for peanuts. - JWD - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - The Oatmeal's Fundraiser Tops $1M Toward Tesla Museum
The Oatmeal's call to raise funds for a museum celebrating Nikola Tesla seems to have electrified enough people. From Digital Trends: "The Oatmeal has raised over $1 million on IndieGoGo in an effort to secure Wardenclyffe, the site of Tesla's final laboratory, to build a museum dedicated to Tesla. ...

[Oatmeal founder and artist Matthew] Inman’s original goal of $850,000 would buy just half of the cost of the property, but the state of New York has agreed to match contributions, bringing total funds up to $1.7 million.

Raising the capital to build a museum from the property will be another cost, but from the looks of it, with 36 days left and having already surpassed the $1 million mark, there should be funds to spare."

I just hope they present the facts about Tesla without all the internet BS. - JWD - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - New Flat Lens Focuses Without Distortion
KeelyNet "Applied physicists at Harvard have created an ultrathin, flat lens that focuses light without the distortions of conventional lenses.

'Our flat lens opens up a new type of technology,' says principal investigator Federico Capasso. 'We're presenting a new way of making lenses.

Instead of creating phase delays as light propagates through the thickness of the material, you can create an instantaneous phase shift right at the surface of the lens. It's extremely exciting.'" And by "ultrathin," they mean it — 60 nanometers thin.

The big advantage for this technology, aimed at telecommunications signals, is that "the flat lens eliminates optical aberrations such as the 'fish-eye' effect that results from conventional wide-angle lenses.

Astigmatism and coma aberrations also do not occur with the flat lens, so the resulting image or signal is completely accurate and does not require any complex corrective techniques." - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - How Long Do You Want To Live?
"Since 1900, the life expectancy of Americans, driven by improved hygiene, nutrition, and new medical discoveries and interventions, has jumped from 47 years to almost 80.

Now, scientists studying the intricacies of DNA and other molecular bio-dynamics may be poised to offer even more dramatic boosts to longevity. But there is one very basic question that is seldom asked, according to David Ewing Duncan: How long do you want to live?

'Over the past three years I have posed this query to nearly 30,000 people at the start of talks and lectures on future trends in bioscience, taking an informal poll as a show of hands,' writes Duncan.

'To make it easier to tabulate responses I provided four possible answers: 80 years, currently the average life span in the West; 120 years, close to the maximum anyone has lived; 150 years, which would require a biotech breakthrough; and forever, which rejects the idea that life span has to have any limit at all.'

The results: some 60 percent opted for a life span of 80 years. Another 30 percent chose 120 years, and almost 10 percent chose 150 years.

Less than 1 percent embraced the idea that people might avoid death altogether (PDF). Overwhelmingly, the reason given was that people didn't want to be old and infirm any longer than they had to be, even if a pill allowed them to delay the inevitable.

Others were concerned about issues like boredom, the cost of paying for a longer life, and the impact of so many extra people on planetary resources and on the environment. But wouldn't long life allow people like Albert Einstein to accomplish more and try new things?

That's assuming that Einstein would want to live that long. As he lay dying of an abdominal aortic aneurysm in 1955, Einstein refused surgery, saying: 'It is tasteless to prolong life artificially. I have done my share, it is time to go. I will do it elegantly.'" - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - Man With World's Deepest Voice Can Hit Infrasonic Notes
"The man who holds the Guinness record for the world's lowest voice can hit notes so low that only animals as big as elephants are able to hear them.

American singer Tim Storms, who also has the world's widest vocal range, can reach notes as low as G-7 (0.189Hz), an incredible eight octaves below the lowest G on the piano."

After an accidental meeting with an ear, nose and throat specialist at a concert, the singer learned of the biology behind his record breaking voice.

"He said that my vocal chords were about twice as long as normal - than he's used to seeing anyway - and the arytenoid muscles around my vocal chords, they had a lot more movement to them," Storms said. Read more at http://www.medicaldaily.com/articles/11725/20120824/elephants-tim-storms-voice-record.htm#z1b81IMwjYlGf6IR.99 - Full Article Source


08/30/12 - Should Developers Be Sued For Security Holes?
"A Cambridge academic is arguing for regulations that allow software users to sue developers when sloppy coding leaves holes for malware infection.

European officials have considered introducing such a law but no binding regulations have been passed. Not everyone agrees that it's a good idea — Microsoft has previously argued against such a move by analogy, claiming a burglary victim wouldn't expect to be able to sue the manufacturer of the door or a window in their home." - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - Making Electric Currents Visible
"This device gives a picture showing where electric currents are flowing in a circuit. In some cases, we've actually converted the images to measurements. When you charge a battery, electricity accumulates inside, and using this device, you can see where it accumulates. When a battery's been used for a long time, it ages, and it can't be charged anymore. This device shows where inside the battery is damaged and can't be charged. You can do diagnostics, like with X-rays and MRI in hospitals, but for batteries instead. That's the kind of device we're actually presenting here."

The main feature of this device is, it measures magnetism arising from inside the battery, and uses that data to solve Maxwell's equations in 3D. Solving these basic equations for electric and magnetic fields gives a clear picture of how electricity moves deep inside the battery. Professor Kimura's group is currently considering how to utilize the magnetic imaging device for batteries.

"There are lots of high-performance batteries. But while they're being used, their performance deteriorates. The causes and locations of battery deterioration aren't well understood. But if we can see what's happening inside, it'll be possible to make batteries with very high performance."

Also, in the near future, the researchers plan to start developing medical diazgnostic equipment.

"At hospitals, MRI and CT scans are done inside a chamber. For MRI, the patient has to keep still for 20 minutes or so. With our method, internal imaging is done by measuring magnetism from the surface. We think that, using this method, abnormalities inside the body could be detected very fast - and with high resolution." - Full Article Source


08/30/12 - Micromotors Race About By Turning Water Into Hydrogen Gas
KeelyNet "Microscopic particles of aluminum and gallium rocket around using water as their fuel. The particles, which are 20 micrometers in diameter, are asymmetric: A chemical reaction on the back side of the particle forms hydrogen gas bubbles that propel the motor forward.

Over the past several years, bioengineers have built micro- and nanosized rockets that zip through liquids, fueled by chemical reactions between the materials that make up the rockets and their environments.

The engineers hope someday these tiny motors could help deliver cargo, such as drugs, in people. Unfortunately, many of these motors require toxic hydrogen peroxide as fuel source, limiting their use in the body.

To overcome that constraint, the new micromotors harness a well-known reaction between aluminum and water to produce hydrogen gas." - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - Electric Car Driven by Rare Earth Metal-Free Motor
KeelyNet In simple terms,

a coil works as an electromagnet as current runs through it

and it attracts iron.

By switching the electricity in the coil on and off,

the rotating power is generated. - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - LiftPort Wants To Build Space Elevator On the Moon By 2020
"When the late Neil Armstrong and the crew of Apollo 11 went to the Moon, they did so sitting atop a rocket the size of a skyscraper that blasted out jets of smoke and flame as it hurtled skyward. For over half a century, that is how all astronauts have gone into space.

It's all very dramatic, but it's also expensive. Wouldn't it be cheaper and easier to take the elevator? That's the question that Michael Laine, CEO of LiftPort in Seattle, Washington, hopes to answer with the development of a transportation system that swaps space-rockets for space-ribbons. LiftPort ultimately wants to build a space elevator on Earth, but the company isn't planning on doing it in one go.

Instead, Laine and his team are settling for a more modest goal – building an elevator on the Moon by 2020. This is much easier. For one thing, there’s no air on the Moon, so no icing problems.

Also, the lower gravity means that no unobtainium is needed for the ribbon. Kevlar is strong enough for the job. And finally, there’s very little in the way of satellites or debris to contend with." - Full Article Source


08/30/12 - Pic3D Film Makes Any LCD Display 3D

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Amazing flat screen 3D sheet converts any screen to 3D. - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - Malaysian Cyber Cafe Owners Liable For Patron Behavior
"Malaysia's new internet law maybe simply the toughest on the planet. According to the new law which was amended because of protesters the originators of content are those who own, administer, and/or edit websites, blogs, and online forums.

This means that a blogger or forum moderator who allows nasty comments against the government on their site can be held liable.

An internet café manager is accountable if one of his or her customers sends illegal content online through the store's WiFi.

A mobile phone user is the perpetrator if defamatory content is traced back to his or her electronic device. Critics of the new law contend also that a person is considered guilty until proven innocent." - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - Circumcision? I'll spend the $313 thanks
KeelyNet "On 27 August, a report by the American Academy of Pediatrics concludes for the first time that, overall, boys will be healthier if circumcised.

The report says that although the choice is ultimately up to parents, medical insurance should pay for the procedure.

The recommendation, coming from such an influential body, could boost U.S. circumcision rates, which, at 55%, are already higher than much of the developed world.

The researchers estimate that each circumcision that is not performed costs the U.S. health-care system $313."

And how much does it COST to circumcise? What a con for a barbarous cult. - JWD

Full Article Source From what I have heard, the numbers of between $100 to $800 sound about right depending on where you live. Since circumcision is NOT necessary, and NO national medical association in the world recommends it for your infants health, why put him through it? It does NO good, destroys sexually sensitive tissue that you can NEVER give back to him if he wants it, and it carries risks. Why do it to him? - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - SWITL Picks Up Semi-Liquid Materials
SWITL scoops up and moves materials in a sol or gel state, without them losing their shape. The demo used a compact robot hand, to scoop up and transport complicated forms resembling a mixture of ketchup and mayonnaise.

"Until now, it generally wasn't possible to transport materials in a sol-gel state. We've developed this machine as a tool for sales promotion, by demonstrating the handling of actual materials."

"The SWITL sheet is wrapped around a sliding plate, and it's fixed at one side, while the plate moves. So items can be loaded and unloaded without altering relative positions. Currently, the sheet is made of Teflon, but we think we can achieve the same performance using other materials for the sheet."

One application for this technology is filling trays with sliced meat, without the meat changing shape. It's possible to fold both edges of the sliced meat inward before filling a tray. This enables meat processing stages from slicing to tray packing to be automated, which wasn't possible before.

There's also a high-speed handling version of SWITL. This enables sol-gel dough products to be handled on a production line without stopping the conveyor. - Full Article Source


08/30/12 - Harvard Creates Cyborg Tissues
"Bioengineers at Harvard University have created the first examples of cyborg tissue: Neurons, heart cells, muscle, and blood vessels that are interwoven by nanowires and transistors.

These cyborg tissues are half living cells, half electronics. As far as the cells are concerned, they're just normal cells that behave normally — but the electronic side actually acts as a sensor network, allowing a computer to interface directly with the cells.

In the case of cyborg heart tissue, the researchers have already used the embedded nanowires to measure the contractions (heart rate) of the cells.

So far, the researchers have only used the nanoelectric scaffolds to read data from the cells — but according to lead researcher Charles Lieber, the next step is to find a way of talking to the individual cells, to 'wire up tissue and communicate with it in the same way a biological system does.'

Suffice it to say, if you can use a digital computer to read and write data to your body's cells, there are some awesome applications." - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - Calorie Restriction May Not Extend Lifespan
"Slash your food intake and you can live dramatically longer — at least if you're a mouse or a nematode. But a major study designed to determine whether this regimen, known as caloric restriction, works in primates suggests that it improves monkeys' health but doesn't extend their lives.

Researchers not involved with the new paper say the results are still encouraging. Although the monkeys didn't evince an increase in life span, both studies show a major improvement in 'health span,' or the amount of time before age-related diseases set in.

'I certainly wouldn't give up on calorie restriction as a health promoter' based on these findings, says molecular biologist Leonard Guarente of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge." - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - IDT and Intel Join Forces For Wireless Charging
"Intel has selected Integrated Device Technology (IDT) to develop an integrated transmitter and receiver chipset for the company's Wireless Charging Technology (WCT) based on magnetic resonance technology, it was announced [Wednesday].

The technology won't require you to plop your smartphone or other gear on a special charging mat (based on inductive charging), but you will be able to wirelessly charge your devices from an equipped device like a notebook.

In addition, magnetic resonance charging is significantly more efficient than previous generation inductive technologies and it produces less heat build up in the process. Intel didn't say when WCT will appear in shipping products, but promised to update plans and timelines at a later date." - Full Article Source

08/30/12 - Back and Healing from Splenectomy
KeelyNet I want to say thanks to everyone who emailed good wishes and expressed even higher levels of concern. It took them 3 weeks to figure out my problem as spherocytosis so I was in the hospital 4 weeks and thats a long, painful story. I used to be a burly, energetic guy always up to someting but that changed now.

When I worked for three big photolabs, I often was exposed to chemical fumes which appear to have enlarged my spleen some 15-20 years ago. At the time I had severe anemia which was caused by an enlarged spleen even back the.

My options were to cut it out and take coritisone, folic acid, iron and other meds for the rest of my life or leave it alone. I told them leave it alone and they never told me it would KEEP GROWING all these years. So now its a monster demanding to be killed which fixed my anemia and edema so far but screwed up what I can eat.

Lawyers tell me after so many years, there is no way I can prove the chemicals as cause so the photolabs which still exist get off scotfree with me paying for it and suffering.

KeelyNet So now I'm in pain and can't sleep from it plus other side effects it will take at least 4-6 weeks it says to cure the railroad tracks that now zipper around my body. Hope so. Keep your money, just give me back my health.

Plus the hospital bills I have to pay with no insurance and too young for Social Security/Medicare. Going to be a major challenge since I live on the razors edge anyway from what I can sell on Keelynet and Vanguard.

I don't own an ipod or laptop so had nothing to use in the hospitals wifi, but they are beyond my ability to pay for too.

One of these days...maybe I'll get an inheritance or win the lottery and be able to make some real positive changes...I find it always strange how no one backs those of us us who try to do positive things.

But you can't sqeeze blood from a turnip so they'll have to wait as I can make it. - Full Article Source

07/30/12 - Keelynet Downtime for August 2012
KeelyNet Hola Folks! Well, its been 3-4 months working now with a health issue and it keeps getting worse because of 6 doctors, every one of them has different ideas about how to treat my condition and the medicines seem to be conflicting and creating havoc.

See Cascading Medical Disasters as an example.

So I have no choice but to go into the hospital where there will be some coordination in treatment.

I'm hoping no more than a week according to the two kind and compassionate Mexican doctors this morning so hopefully will be back online for regular updates.

Thank you for visiting Keelynet and check back in as soon as I can get fixed up. - Personal Note from Jerry

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DVD - the Physics of Crystals, Pyramids and Tetrahedrons
KeelyNet This is a wonderful duel DVD set lasting 2 hours and which presents one man's lifelong study of pyramids, crystals and their effects. Several of his original and very creative experiments are explained and diagramed out for experimenters. These experiments include;

1) transmutation of zinc to lower elements using a tetrahedron,
2) energy extraction from a pyramid,
3) determining mathematic ratios of nature in a simple experiment,
4) accelerating the growth of food,
5) increasing the abundance of food,
6) how crystals amplify, focus and defocus energy,
7) using crystals to assist natural healing,
8) how the universe uses spirals and vortexes to produce free energy and MORE...
- Two DVDs - More Info and check out this Youtube Clip

KeelyNet BBS Files w/bonus PDF of 'Keely and his Discoveries'
KeelyNet Finally, I've gotten around to compiling all the files (almost 1,000 - about 20MB and lots of work doing it) from the original KeelyNet BBS into a form you can easily navigate and read using your browser, ideally Firefox but it does work with IE. Most of these files are extremely targeted, interesting and informative, I had forgotten just how much but now you can have the complete organized, categorized set, not just sprinklings from around the web. They will keep you reading for weeks if not longer and give you clues and insights into many subjects and new ideas for investigation and research. IN ADDITION, I am including as a bonus gift, the book (in PDF form) that started it all for me, 'Keely and his Discoveries - Aerial Navigation' which includes the analysis of Keely's discoveries by Dr. Daniel G. Brinton. This 407 page eBook alone is worth the price of the KeelyNet BBS CD but it will give you some degree of understanding about what all Keely accomplished which is just now being rediscovered, but of course, without recognizing Keely as the original discoverer. Chapters include; Vibratory Sympathetic and Polar Flows, Vibratory Physics, Latent Force in Interstitial Spaces and much more. To give some idea of how Keely's discoveries are being slowly rediscovered in modern times, check out this Keely History. These two excellent bodies of information will be sent to you on CD. If alternative science intrigues and fascinates you, this CD is what you've been looking for... - More Info

'The Evolution of Matter' and 'The Evolution of Forces' on CD
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

High Voltage & Free Energy Devices Handbook
KeelyNet This wonderfully informative ebook provides many simple experiments you can do, including hydrogen generation and electrostatic repulsion as well as the keys to EV Gray's Fuelless Engine. One of the most comprehensive compilations of information yet detailing the effects of high voltage repulsion as a driving force. Ed Gray's engine produced in excess of 300HP and he claimed to be able to 'split the positive' energy of electricity to produce a self-running motor/generator for use as an engine. Schematics and tons of photos of the original machines and more! Excellent gift for your technical friends or for that budding scientist! If you are an experimenter or know someone who investigates such matters, this would make an excellent addition to your library or as an unforgettable gift. The downloadable HVFE eBook pdf file is almost 11MB in size and contains many experiments, photos, diagrams and technical details. Buy a copy and learn all about hydrogen generation, its uses and how to produce electrostatic repulsion. - 121 pages - More Info

Hypnosis CD - 3 eBooks with How To Techniques and Many Cases
KeelyNet If you have a few minutes, you might want to read my page on hypnosis and all the amazing things associated with its application. Included is an experience I had when I hypnotized a neighbor kid when I was about 14. As well the hypnotic gaze of snakes, the discovery of 'eyebeams' which can be detected electronically, the Italian Hypnotist Robber who was caught on tape with his eyes glowing as cashiers handed over their money and remembered nothing, glamour and clouding the mind of others, several methods of trance induction and many odd cases, animal catatonia, healing, psychic phenomena, party/stage stunts, including my favorite of negative hallucination where you make your subject NOT see something...much more...if nothing else, its might be a hoot to read. - More Info

14 Ways to Save Money on Fuel Costs
KeelyNetThis eBook is the result of years of research into various methods to increase mileage, reduce pollution and most importantly, reduce overall fuel costs. It starts out with the simplest methods and offers progressively more detailed technologies that have been shown to reduce fuel costs. As a bonus to readers, I have salted the pages with free interesting BONUS items that correlate to the relevant page. Just filling up with one tank of gas using this or other methods explained here will pay for this eBook. Of course, many more methods are out there but I provided only the ones which I think are practical and can be studied by the average person who is looking for a way to immediately reduce their fuel costs. I am currently using two of the easier methods in my own vehicle which normally gets 18-22 mpg and now gets between 28 and 32 mpg depending on driving conditions. A tank of gas for my 1996 Ford Ranger costs about $45.00 here so I am saving around $15-$20 PER TANK, without hurting my engine and with 'greener' emissions due to a cleaner burn! The techniques provided in this ebook begin with simple things you can do NOW to improve your mileage and lower your gas costs. - eBook Download / More Info

The Physics of the Primary State of Matter
KeelyNet The Physics of the Primary State of Matter - published in the 1930s, Karl Schappeller described his Prime Mover, a 10-inch steel sphere with quarter-inch copper tubing coils. These were filled with a material not named specifically, but which is said to have hardened under the influence of direct current and a magnetic field [electro-rheological fluid]. With such polarization, it might be guessed to act like a dielectric capacitor and as a diode... - More Info

$5 Alt Science MP3s to listen while working/driving/jogging
KeelyNetNo time to sit back and watch videos? Here are 15 interesting presentations you can download for just $5 each and listen to while driving, working, jogging, etc. An easy way to learn some fascinating new things that you will find of use. Easy, cheap and simple, better than eBooks or Videos. Roughly 50MB per MP3. - More Info

15 New Alternative Science DVDs & 15 MP3s
An assortment of alternative science videos that provide many insights and inside information from various experimenters. Also MP3s extracted from these DVDs that you can listen to while working or driving. Reference links for these lectures and workshops by Bill Beaty of Amateur Science on the Dark Side of Amateur Science, Peter Lindemann on the World of Free Energy, Norman Wootan on the History of the EV Gray motor, Dan Davidson on Shape Power and Gravity Wave Phenomena, Lee Crock on a Method for Stimulating Energy, Doug Konzen on the Konzen Pulse Motor, George Wiseman on the Water Torch and Jerry Decker on Aether, ZPE and Dielectric Nano Arrays. Your purchase of these products helps support KeelyNet, thanks! - More Info


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Alternative science covers a wide range of interests. Generally, it includes gravity control, free energy, electronic healing techniques, all forms of energy conversion, antigravity, levitation, overunity, time travel (as well as slowing down or speeding up local time).

Also clearly covered is the art of power generation (ideally zero point or aether conversion), space travel, physics of matter and energy, sound/acoustics and how it can be used to produce useful phenomena, electric or magnetic forces to produce useful phenomena, various types of motors, vacuum energy, dimensional travel and shifts, medicine, hydrogen generation and how it is used.

It also covers oil/petroleum and how it can be used to produce energy and products, weather control for cancelling earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, floods and to produce rain or clear weather on demand, oxygen/ozone therapy, nitrogen as a motor driver, water generation and manipulation via steam and vacuum, ecological restoration techniques, biophysics, rejuvenation and an unending list of other subjects, most of which are accepted by 'orthodox' science.

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