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Energy from the vacuum (cleaner); Carbon-Capturing Photosynthetic Frog Foam

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  • Sterling D. Allan
    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com Thursday, April 1, 2010 a.. Featured: ZPE Vortex / Electromagnetic / Radiant Energy Energy from the vacuum
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        Energy from the vacuum (cleaner) - U.S. inventor, Dr. Thie, gets more than he had hoped for when he figures out a way to harness the vortex formed in his vacuum cleaner, combing the principles of quantum physics, Schauberger's vortices, and Tesla's radiant energy. (BeforeItsNews; April 1, 2010) (PESN; Examiner)
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        Liebherr trackhoe acrobatics - A German trackhoe climbs a specially-made tower. Leave it to German engineering. Boys and their toys... (YouTube; Feb. 02, 2009)
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        Engineers Develop Carbon-Capturing Photosynthetic Frog Foam - Engineers from the University of Cincinnati have devised a way to capture and remove CO2 out of the air and then convert it into biofuel building blocks. The engineers have created an artificial photosynthetic material made from foam injected with frog enzymes, which combined with the power of the sun, converts CO2 into oxygen and sugar. (Inhabitat; March 30, 2010)
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