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gravity motor prototype; Sun Lizard; Speedheat radiant floor;Ships crank out CO2

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  • Sterling D. Allan
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    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 4, 2007
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        Milkovic-Berrett Secondary Oscillator Generator
        - Brian Berrett of Lehi, Utah has built a two-wheel device that uses the two-stage mechanical oscillator principle set forth by Veljko Mikovic. His crude prototype demonstrates more electrical output derived from the secondary wheel than the electrical input required to maintain the primary pendulum oscillation on the first wheel. (PESWiki; Mar. 3)
      • Solar Heating / AC > Solar Air Heating and Cooling - The Sun Lizard heats the air, and then uses a fan to pump that air around the building to keep people warm in winter. In summer the fan is used as a heat extractor, pulling rising heat from the building and venting it outside. It retails at $2500 but mass production may reduce the cost. (Star News; Feb. 28, 2007) (Thanks KeelyNet) (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Global Warming > CO2 output from shipping twice as much as airlines - Separate studies suggest that maritime carbon dioxide emissions are not only higher than previously thought, but could rise by as much as 75% in the next 15 to 20 years if world trade continues to grow and no action is taken. (Guardian; UK; March 3) (Thanks altorm)
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